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Cop faces action for not acting in molestation case

Expressing its anger at the “institutional indifference” towards crimes against women, a city court has directed the Delhi Police to take action against a male sub-inspector for “deliberately delaying” investigation in a case of eve teasing and molestation. The order was issued on an anticipatory bail plea filed by south Rohini resident Sandeep Shokeen, who […]

Court pulls up Delhi Police for delay in serving summons

Second direction issued to police within a span of 38 days

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BJP MLA granted interim bail,cops face flak for discrimination

A BJP MLA arrested on the charge of making casteist remarks at a party worker was on Wednesday granted interim bail by a Delhi court.

‘Plea of juvenility can’t be used to escape punishment’

Ranjeet,alias Bihari,was arrested in 2011 on the charge of robbing a policeman at gunpoint.

Undertrial alleges assault in jail,judge orders probe

Rajender was shifted to Tihar from Rohini after an altercation with fellow prisoners in 2012.

Man gets 30 years in prison for sodomy,murder

A city court has sent a man to 30 years in prison for sodomising and murdering his 12-year-old grandnephew.

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From The Courts: 20-yr-old convicted for raping minor,gets 10-year RI

A city court highlighted the “criminal apathy” of the public towards crimes against women,as it sentenced a 20-year-old man to rigorous imprisonment for 10 years for raping and threatening a 14-year-old girl from his neighbourhood.

No bail for man accused of rape,says court

Rejecting the bail application of a man accused of sexually exploiting a girl by promising marriage and allegedly threatening her after making a video of the sexual activity,a Delhi court has held that “no indulgence” can be given to a person who exploits women.

Jail for HIV+ man who raped daughter and passed on virus

The court of Additional Sessions Judge Kamini Lau has convicted an HIV positive man of rape,causing miscarriage and attempt to murder,holding that knowingly passing on a sexually transmitted disease was “an act likely to cause death”,and,hence,punishable.

Bangla immigrants come,plunder and go: Judge

Additional Sessions Judge Kamini Lau has criticised the government for failing to curb the influx of illegal Bangladeshi immigrants.

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