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HC denies bail to 3 Mirchpur convicts

Written by Press Trust Of India | Published: May 16, 2012 3:45:49 am

HC denies bail to 3 Mirchpur convicts

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Tuesday denied bail to three persons,convicted along with 12 others in the 2010 Mirchpur Dalits’ killing case.

A Bench of Justices S Ravindra Bhat and S P Garg dismissed the interim bail applications of convicts Kulwinder,Dharambir and Ramphal,after going through the reports furnished by Senior Superintendent of Police of Hisar district in Haryana.

Bachchan clears debts of 114 farmers

NAGPUR: When Amitabh Bachchan repaid loans,amounting to Rs 30 lakh,of 114 debt-ridden farmers in Wardha district on Sunday,he was fulfilling a commitment he had made about two years ago. Bachchan wasn’t present at the function where Wardha MP Datta Meghe distributed cheques to the farmers.

HC stays proceedings against Sasikala

Bangalore: The Karnataka High Court on Tuesday stayed for three weeks the proceedings against Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa’s close aide Sasikala Natarajan in the disproportionate assets case against them in a court here.

Burglary at Uma Bharti’s residence

LUCKNOW: Unidentified men broke into BJP MLA Uma Bharti’s residence in Vibhuti Khand area of Gomti Nagar and took away the faucets installed in four bathrooms. Bharti’s belongings,kept in the storeroom,were safe. Uma Bharti has not yet moved into the house.

Villagers withdraw fast,resistance on

A FORTNIGHT after they began the latest round of indefinite fast against the commissioning of the nuclear power plant at Koodankulam,the agitating villagers have given up the protest following requests by retired Justice A P Shah among others,but resolved to continue their resistance to the project that has thus far failed to win over many among the local public in the southern part of Tamil Nadu.

After the initial success,the protesters led by People’s Movement Against Nuclear Energy (PMANE) lost much traction when the AIADMK decided to withdraw support.

With both the Centre and state government disregarding the hunger strike that has been on since May 1,the fasting protesters fell ill one after the other and the number was reduced from a few hundreds to only 67 by Monday evening,when it was eventually withdrawn.

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