Shishir Tripathi

Articles By Shishir Tripathi

Court hands out 8-yr RI to all 8 convicts

Aroma murder case : Also fines them Rs 20,000 each, says no justification for 21 injuries to the victim

Judgments of city courts not being uploaded regularly

Reasons like staff crunch and unavailability of internet connections are offered for not uploading judgments and daily orders .

Yesvantpur Express flagged off, train to Katra next in the line

The train will depart every Saturday and Tuesday from Chandigarh and will reach Yesvantpur on Monday and Thursday at 6.20 am.

Finally,some relief for martyr kin: Army dependent cards

Major Navneet Vats lost his life fighting terrorists in Srinagar on November 20,2003; his father died on July 27,2013

Lok Adalats dispose off 72,955 cases in 2013

At the National Lok Adalat held in Nov,30,183 cases of traffic challans were disposed off.

Ailing witness records statement via video conferencing from PGI

Doctors felt that the witness,who is suffering from a major heart ailment,with only 25 per cent of his heart valves working might encounter some complications during cross examination in the court.

Basant,Sarita get life in jail for Inspector Sucha Singh murder

Public prosecutor wanted death for the duo,but the court said it was not ‘rare of the rarest case’.

Shops allotted at ‘reasonable rent’ after auction at Lawyers Chambers Complex

This is in sharp contrast to the rent of shops in district courts,making them difficult to sustain.

RLA may adopt Punjab model in affixing of HSRP

Registration and Licencing Authority,(RLA) is contemplating of adopting the Punjab model in affixing High Security Registration Plates (HSRP) to the vehicles.

District court to get new canteen,stationery shops

At the auction held on November 18,seven shops including confectionery,books and stationery shops were allotted.

New train to Amritsar a hit among regulars

The Chandigarh-Amritsar Intercity Super Fast Express,which was flagged off from Chandigarh on November 15,has received good response.

A decade after Major Vats’ death,no end to family’s troubles

Army assured that it was exploring different options to provide relief to the family.

Manjit Singh case: Flimsy pleas made to get acquittal

Manjit Singh,the employer of the victim was held guilty of raping the victim and for criminal intimidation.

Installation of HSRP: No quick fix,residents hassled

Getting high security registration plates (HSRP) fixed on vehicles is becoming a major hassle for city residents.

Back in town,Chandigarh Book Fair gets off to a good start

If the titles ranging from alphabetical primers to V S Naipaul’s paperbacks attracted a good number of buyers,a special stall dedicated to the promotion of Sanskrit language and a ‘knowledge desk’ teaching ancient meditation techniques called ‘Falun Dafa’ became the center of attraction at the Chandigarh Book Fair that got off to a vibrant start […]

‘Village on Wheels’ by Rlys to start tomorrow

Operated by IRCTC,the train will take the entourage on a 12 days journey that will start from Chandigarh on November 11 and return on November 22.

Over 9,000 cases disposed of at the 5th Lok Adalat in city

For the quick and economical disposal of cases,the fifth Lok Adalat was held on Saturday at the District Court Complex in Chandigarh.

‘I’m the youngest new lawyer here… I’m 63 but will work like any other young lawyer’

He drove trucks and private vehicles for 30 years and now he is all set to don the lawyer’s robes.

Diwali rush: Special trains of no help too

According to information,the seats for trains to Lucknow,Indore,Mumbai and Kolkata are either unavailable or have a long waiting list

To accommodate festival rush,four special trains to run from the city today

The last of these trips will be made on December 1.