Man acquitted in murder case on benefit of doubt

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Thane:A court here has acquitted a 27-year-old man in a murder case, observing that the prosecution failed to prove the motive behind the killing. Additional Sessions Judge S B Bahalkar, in his order earlier this month, gave the benefit of doubt to the accused, Alok Singh. He said the prosecution failed to prove the charges… Read more »

FIR:At a glance from the view point of Indian Evidence Act, 1872

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FIR:At a glance from the view point of Indian Evidence Act, 1872 (Author: Debaditya Roy)   What is FIR? The expression ‘FIR’ is the abbreviated form of First Information Report. “First Information” or “First Information Report” is not defined in Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, but these words are always understood to mean an information recorded U/s-154… Read more »

CBI files fourth FIR, no mention of Kalmadi

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The CBI Thursday filed a fourth police complaint over corruption related to the Commonwealth Games (CWG) and raided at least 10 premises of four companies in the national capital region. Games Organising Committee chief Suresh Kalmadi does not figure in the probe agency’s fresh complaint. ‘The CBI has registered a case against director general and… Read more »