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1993 Mumbai blasts verdict: Why Abu Salem might not get capital punishment?

The Portuguese judiciary signed an extradition treaty with India wherein a clause stated that since Abu Salem has to complete his sentence, he cannot be awarded a death sentence by the Indian government. India brought back Abu Salem.

Barapind counsel moves court

The counsel of SGPC member and Akali Dal Panch Pardhani president Kulbir Singh Barapind,who has been booked for sedition and under Explosives Act,on Monday moved an application in a Phillaur court alleging that the police officials are yet to get Barapind examined by a medical board despite the court ordering them to do so.


Court acquits alleged HuJI operative for lack of evidence

Hussain, now 32, was lodged in Lucknow district jail since 2007.

Israeli diplomat attack: Police get time to get sanction for Kazmi trial

The court of Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Vidya Prakash on Friday granted the Delhi Police more time to get sanction to prosecute Syed Mohammad Kazmi,an accused in the Israeli diplomat attack case,under the Explosive Substances Act even as Kazmi opposed it saying it hinders his right to expeditious trial.

FIR filed,police hunt for clues

The first information report in the low-intensity blasts at J M Road was registered at Deccan police station on Thursday.

6 booked for selling crackers without permission

City Police station officials have booked six persons who were selling firecrackers without permission from the police.


Thane blast: Court verdict today

The six men are accused of conspiracy and planting bombs and Sessions Judge N V Nhavkar is likely to begin judgment dictation.

Hearing against two militants deferred in J-K

A local court here on Friday deferred a hearing against two militants to December 2 as the prosecution failed to produce witness. According to the prosecution,two kashmiri youths,Azad and Sajjad were arrested in Shamli town in the district for anti-national activities on February 14,2003. They have already been convicted by the POTA court and are […]