Gangrape case: Supreme Court defers hearing over counsel row

A day after two lawyers appeared before the Supreme Court claiming to represent one of the six accused in the December 16 gangrape case, the sessions Judge has been asked by the court conducting the trial to find out who the actual counsel was and if he wanted to pursue the case for transferring the trial […]

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Court to hear arguments ‘in-camera’ in Delhi gangrape case

Trial proceedings in the December Delhi gang rape case which was done with a paramedical student on 16th December, 2012 will be held in-camera before a fast track court, which, on Monday decided to hear arguments on framing of charges against five accused on January 24. Upholding the previous order of a magistrate, the special […]

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Delhi Gangrape: Case committed to fast track sessions court

The brutal gang rape case which was happened in a moving bus on the roads of Delhi, after one month the case has been committed to a fast track session court for trial. The proceedings related to the case will begin on 21st January in the sessions court. The victim, a paramedical student, was brutally raped and […]

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High Court accepts Delhi Police status report after apology

A fresh status report disclosing the names of police officials patrolling the area in Delhi which a 23-year-old girl was gang-raped in a moving bus here, has been accepted by the Delhi High Court after the city police tendered apology for not disclosing the names earlier. “I tender my unconditional apology for not giving names […]

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Gangrape: Case fixed for Jan 14 for scrutiny of documents

In Delhi For the scrutiny of documents filed with the charge sheet in the case of the December 16 gangrape and murder of a 23-year-old girl, a court has fixed a date which is January 14. The five accused — bus driver Ram Singh, his brother Mukesh, Vinay Sharma, Pawan Gupta and Akshay Thakur — […]

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Gang-rape victim’s fight will not go in vain: Sonia

Promising swift and fitting punishment for the Delhi gang-rape accused, Congress President Sonia Gandhi told that the nation’s “beloved daughter” will get justice and her fight will not go in vain. “As a woman and mother, I understand how you feel. I appeal you to remain calm and help strengthen our collective resolve to fight […]

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