Warrant issued against woman absconding on bail

A non bailable warrant has been issued by the local court against a woman facing prosecution in several cases of allegedly providing fake passports and visas, as she absconded after securing interim bail from the Delhi High Court Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Vidya Prakash issued non-bailable warrant (NBW) against Honey Sharma, who was arrested by the Special […]

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No wrongdoing in 2G case, government to court

There has been no wrongdoing in the allocation of second generation (2G) spectrum, the government told the Supreme Court Thursday. Attorney General G. Vahanvati told judges G. S. Singhvi and Asok Kumar Ganguly that everything in the allocation of 2G licences was in conformity with the then national telecom policy. Vahanvati said that in the […]

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No rape by cops, girls tell Chhattisgarh court

Two days after accusing four policemen of gang raping them in a police station complex in Chhattisgarhs Raigarh district, the two victims Friday retracted their earlier statements in a court Saturday. The girls told a local court at Gharghora town Friday that they were not raped by policemen. The girls, one of them a minor, […]

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No land deal final until registered, rules apex court

The Supreme Court has held that no land transaction would attain finality unless it was duly registered and no sale deed of land would get a back-dated finality by its registration subsequently. The court said that a transaction in land would only be complete on the date of the registration of the sale deed. In […]

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No amicable solution or delaying Ayodhya verdict: Court

A week before it is scheduled to announce its verdict in the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid row, the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court Friday turned down a plea for directing an out-of-court amicable settlement of the dispute, noting several such attempts in the past had gone in vain. The court also slapped costs of Rs.2 […]

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No petition from Afzal Guru in apex court

The Supreme court has not received any petition from Afzal Guru, who has been sentenced to death over the terrorist attack on the Indian parliament, court sources said today. The sources said the Supreme court registry had only got a letter from him in February 2010 pleading for an expeditious execution of his death sentence. […]

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