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Court rejects woman’s plea for alimony, says she can earn

The woman had approached the court seeking maintenance from her estranged husband.

Asaram remanded in police custody till Oct 19

Court passed the order partially allowing a remand application of a Special Investigation Team.

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Trespass case: Court issues showcause notice to cop

Officer arrested the accused despite her obtaining anticipatory bail

Court stays Gujarat minister’s conviction

Bokhiria and three of his relatives,including a former Congress MP,were convicted and sentenced to three years in prison by a magisterial court

Man who informed cops of security threat in the dock

Bund Garden police have obtained permission from a magisterial court to arrest Shaikh Imran Mehboob Qureshi,24,for giving false information to police about a security threat to the Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati Temple.

Teesta’s former aide opposes her plea in HC

Rais Khan,a former aide of social activist Teesta Setalvad,has filed an affidavit before the Gujarat High Court opposing her petition that seeks to quash the court proceedings initiated against her on the basis of his defamation complaint.

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Cops chargsheeted by CBI question Danta court’s jurisdiction

A magisterial court at Danta in Banaskantha district on Monday took the CBI chargesheet in the 2006 Tulsiram Prajapati encounter case on record but remained undecided on the issue of its jurisdiction.

Cheque bounce case: Man sentenced till rising of court

The court directed him to give a compensation of Rs 2.60 lakh to the HDFC Bank Ltd.

Amicus curiae’s report just an opinion,it can’t guide court: SIT

Opposing the applications of Zakia Jafri before a magisterial court here on Wednesday to present all investigation papers of the 2002 Gulberg Society massacre case before the court,SIT counsel R S Jamuar said that amicus curiae Raju Ramchandran’s report was “a mere opinion which can’t guide this court”.

High Court reserves order on Sanjiv Bhatt plea

The Gujarat High Court on Wednesday reserved its order on a petition wherein suspended IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt has sought to quash the order of a Porbandar magisterial court to initiate criminal proceedings against him in a case of alleged custodial torture.

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