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J&K govt orders dismissal of three cops 10.7.2014 TOI: India
The Jammu & Kashmir government on Wednesday ordered dismissal of three policemen, who had allegedly fired at a procession and killed seven civilians at Brakpora in Anantnag district in April 2000, said ...
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Omar orders dismissal of 3 cops for Anantnag firing 8.7.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Omar orders dismissal of 3 cops for Anantnag firing
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Pay Rs.5 lakh to fake gun fight victim: NHRC to UP 7.7.2014 All News-IANS Stories
The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) Monday ordered the Uttar Pradesh government to pay Rs.5 lakh as monetary relief to the family of a man who was killed in a 2009 fake gun battle in Aligarh.
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Pay Rs.5 lakh to fake gun fight victim: NHRC to UP 7.7.2014 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, July 7 : The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) Monday ordered the Uttar Pradesh government to pay Rs.5 lakh as monetary relief to the family of a man who was killed in a 2009 fake gun battle in Aligarh.
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Fake encounter case: NHRC asks UP govt to pay monetary relief 7.7.2014 Latest News
They are asked to pay Rs 5 lakh to the next of kin of Rakesh alias Chache
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UP Govt Asked to Pay Monetary Relief in Fake Encounter Case 7.7.2014 newindianexpress.com
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2009 fake encounter case: NHRC asks UP govt to pay as compensation 7.7.2014 TOI: Lucknow Times
The National Human Rights Commission has recommended payment of Rs 5 lakh as monetary relief to the next of kin of Rakesh alias Chache, who was killed in a fake encounter by the state police in Aligarh on the February 11, ...
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Murder in Manipur 6.7.2014 thehoot.org
Tehelkas photographs are forcing a nation to sit up and take notice. Because seldom does the media take note of a state that reported 37 encounter deaths over a period of 60 days between May and July. SEVANTI NINAN asks if the government at the Centre pays attention when the media blackout is so near complete.
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No right to information 6.7.2014 thehoot.org
Even under the Right To Information Act departments related to the case have denied information on what transpired in the Batla House encounter. DIPU SHAW says one and a half months later the truth about the encounter still remains shrouded in mystery.
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Ishrat case CBI gives more proof to MHA 2.7.2014 Hindustan Times: India
In a fresh move to break the deadlock with home ministry over sharing of case diary in the Ishrat Jahan fake encounter probe the CBI has provided it other key evidence including statements of the accused and witnesses relied upon in chargesheeting four IB officers in ...
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Fake encounter just for award 25.6.2014 The Telegraph : Bihar
A suspended police sub-inspector was sentenced to death and seven others, including a constable, were sent to life imprisonment on Tuesday in a fake encounter case of 2002 in which three youths were killed.
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Bihar SHO 7 others get death for 2002 fake encounter 25.6.2014 Hindustan Times: India
A Bihar police officer was sentenced to death on Tuesday for killing three teenaged students in a fake encounter 12 years ago in Patnas posh Ashiana Nagar ...
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Patna police officer gets death in fake encounter of 3 students 24.6.2014 Rediff: News
A policeman has been sentenced to death and seven others have been awarded life imprisonment after they were found guilty in a fake encounter involving three students by a Central Bureau of Investigation court in Patna.
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Bihar cop gets death sentence for fake gunbattle 24.6.2014 deccanherald.com
A Bihar Police officer was Tuesday sentenced to death for murdering three teenage students in a fake gunbattle 12 years ago in Patna, a lawyer said. Shamse Alam was sentenced to death, while Constable Arun Kumar Singh and six others were given life imprisonment till death. The fast-track court headed by Judge Ravi Shankar Sinha had reserved its judgment after completing the hearing last week. According to the chargesheet, three students - Vikash Ranjan, Prashant Singh and Himanshu Shekhar - were killed in the fake shootout at a market near Ashiyana Nagar area on Dec 28, 2002 in Patna. The six who were found guilty of attempt to murder were shopkeepers of Sammelan market. They had brutally beaten up the three students following a scuffle over paying a STD bill. The shopkeepers then called the police and handed over the three students to them saying they were thieves and involved in crimes. The two policemen later shot the students and dubbed them as robbers in police records. However, after a hue and cry ...
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Ishrat case No CBI sanction to prosecute IB officials 21.6.2014 Hindustan Times: Top Stories
The Union home ministry is unlikely to grant sanction to the CBI to prosecute four Intelligence Bureau IB officials in Ishrat Jahan fake encounter killing case without examining the case diary of the ...
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CBI may not get prosecution nod 21.6.2014 Asian Age: India
The Union home ministry and CBI are heading for a standoff as the ministry is unlikely to grant sanction to the probe agency to prosecute four Intelligence Bureau officials, including its former special director Rajinder Kumar, in the Ishrat Jahan fake encounter killing case. Sources said the probe agency has not yet submitted the case documents for examination as sought by the ministry which has asked the CBI for certain documents. MHA sources said examination of the material available was necessary before taking any decision on granting sanction. “No sanction will be accorded without proper application of mind for which material available on record is required. Since the CBI has not yet shared the case diary, we are not in a position to take any decision,” an official said. The home ministry and the CBI have been at loggerheads over the agency’s move to prosecute the four IB officials with the ministry demanding the case material be given to it and the probe agency deciding to seek legal opinion on the ...
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‘MHA Ishrat case move unwarranted’ 12.6.2014 Asian Age: India
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi and party leader Motilal Vora at the AICC office in New Delhi on Wednesday. — PTI The Congress on Wednesday termed as “unwarranted” the home ministry’s move seeking documents related to the Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case from the CBI before granting sanction to prosecute Intelligence Bureau officials, and said it would reflect on the autonomy of the probe agency. “The entire move is absolutely unwarranted and it is not required because that will reflect on the autonomy of the investigating agency,” senior party leader M. Veerappa Moily told reporters outside Parliament House. The home ministry has sought certain documents from the CBI related to the case with official sources quoted as saying that no sanction will be accorded in the case without proper application of mind for which material available on record is required. Meanwhile, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi said empowerment of women alone will make the country empowered. Addressing the national council ...
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Cong criticises Home Ministry's move in Ishrat Jahan case 11.6.2014 Latest News
Congress today termed as "unwarranted" the Home Ministry's move seeking documents from CBI related to Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case before granting sanction to prosecute Intelligence Bureau officials, and said it would reflect on the autonomy of ...
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Cong criticises Home Ministry's move in Ishrat Jahan case 11.6.2014 deccanherald.com
Congress today termed as "unwarranted" the Home Ministrys move seeking documents from CBI related to Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case before granting sanction to prosecute Intelligence Bureau officials, and said it would reflect on the autonomy of the probe agency. "The entire move is absolutely unwarranted and it is not required because that will reflect on the autonomy of the investigating agency," senior party leader M Veerappa Moily told reporters outside Parliament House. Home Ministry has sought certain documents from CBI related to the case with official sources quoted as saying that no sanction will be accorded in the case without proper application of mind for which material available on record is required. CBI is learnt to be planning to seek legal opinion on whether the documents can be handed over or not to the Home Ministry. The agency has sought sanction from Home Ministry to prosecute Special Director Rajinder Kumar (now retired) and three other officers in connection with the alleged fake ...
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MHA seeking documents on Ishrat Jahan case unwarranted, says Cong 11.6.2014 FirstPost: Politics
"The entire move is absolutely unwarranted and it is not required because that will reflect on the autonomy of the investigating agency," senior party leader M Veerappa Moily told reporters outside Parliament House.
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