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Caste googly for JMM nominee 26.11.2014 The Telegraph : Jharkhand
Businessman-turned-politician Upender Singh, who is contesting Jamshedpur West on a JMM ticket, hopes to win the three-cornered contest on the caste card, but a ghost from the past may eclipse his already limited chances against heavyweights like sitting Congress MLA Banna Gupta and BJP challenger Saryu Roy.
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Aam Aadmi Party hands over cheque to encounter victim's family 26.11.2014 TOI: Chandigarh Times
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Punjab Convener Sucha Singh Chhotepur along with AAP Ludhiana Convener Ahbaab Grewal handed over a cheque of Rs 1 lakh to Jaspal Singh, the father of the two AAP volunteers who were killed in an encounter by the Punjab police in Jamalpur area of Ludhiana in September ...
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Mamata Banerjee protesting for the sake of it 25.11.2014 Hindustan Times: Views
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee has done the predictable and yet unacceptable thing by taking to the streets in the wake of the CBI arresting her party colleague and MP Srinjoy Bose for his alleged role in the Saradha ...
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Ishrat Jahan case: Court notice to CBI on bail plea of suspended cop 25.11.2014 FirstPost: India

A local court on Tuesday issued notice to CBI, the probing agency in Ishrat Jahan alleged fake encounter case, and sought its reply with regard to bail plea of suspended Additional Director General of Police Pruthvi Pal Pandey.

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Ishrat Jahan case: Court notice to CBI on bail plea of suspended cop 25.11.2014 Zee News : States
 A local court on Tuesday issued notice to CBI, the probing agency in Ishrat Jahan alleged fake encounter case, and sought its reply with regard to bail plea of suspended Additional Director General of Police Pruthvi Pal Pandey.
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Ishrat case: Court notice to CBI on bail plea of suspended cop 25.11.2014 All Current Affairs Stories
A local court today issued notice to CBI, the probing agency in Ishrat Jahan alleged fake encounter case, and sought its reply with regard to bail plea of suspended Additional Director General of Police Pruthvi Pal Pandey.
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Ishrat Jahan fake encounter: Court notice to CBI on bail plea of suspended cop 25.11.2014 DNA: Urban Tales
A local court today issued notice to CBI, the probing agency in Ishrat Jahan alleged fake encounter case, and sought its reply with regard to bail plea of suspended Additional Director General of Police Pruthvi Pal Pandey. Special CBI Court Judge K R Upadhyaya issued the notice to CBI and posted the matter for hearing on December 12. Pandey, who is behind bars since August last year, has sought regular bail in the fake encounter stating that CBI had not produced any substantial evidence against him. Pandey, a 1982-batch IPS officer, was the Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) in Ahmedabad when Ishrat, a Mumbai-based student, Javed Shaikh alias Pranesh Pillai, Amjad Ali Rana and Zeeshan Johar were gunned down by Crime Branch sleuths on June 15, 2004 on the outskirts of the city. Seven Gujarat policemen, including Pandey, were named as accused and charged with murder and criminal conspiracy, among others by CBI. The CBI had in its charge sheet filed on July 3, 2013, said that the encounter was "fake" and ...
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Omar sticks to plainspeak before test 25.11.2014 Telegraph: Nation
Srinagar, Nov. 24: Plain-speaking, Omar Abdullah says, happens to be one of his "characteristics" even if it sometimes causes trouble.
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Questions for the state, the wrongdoer 23.11.2014 Asian Age: Books
Kafkaland: Prejudice, Law and Counterterrorism in India. by Manisha Sethi The Essays Collective, Rs 260 Let’s start with the obvious. India has had more than its due share of the terrorists’ targeting of civilians in recent decades. As concerned citizens, we have the right to know what state institutions have or have not been doing to ensure our safety and security. Let’s take the example of the September 2002 terror attack on Akshardham temple in Gujarat. We did it, read the “confessional statements” of the six Muslims arrested under POTA (Prevention of Terrorism Act, 2002). In July 2006, a special POTA court convicted all six accused. Four years later (June 2010), the Gujarat high court upheld the verdict, holding the convicted men guilty of a numerous crimes, including “criminal conspiracy of mass killing of Hindus in Gujarat” and “terrorist act”. But on May 16 this year, a division bench of the Supreme Court acquitted all six, three of whom had been awarded the death sentence. Using terms like ...
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GNLA toeing Maoist line to get vital info 23.11.2014 Guwahati - City - The Times of India
The Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA), one of the few remaining active militant outfits in the NE region and operating from the Garo hills area in Meghalaya adjoining Bangladesh, has declared that it has adopted the ‘Maoist style’ of operation in accessing vital information of the state government.
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KPS Gill bats for continuance of AFSPA in Kashmir 23.11.2014 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
As calls for removal of Armed Forces Special Powers Act gather steam following the recent sentencing of five army officers to life in a case of fake encounter in Jammu & Kashmir, former Punjab police chief KPS Gill on Saturday ferociously argued in favour of the ...
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Questions for the state, the wrongdoer 23.11.2014 Asian Age: Books
Rs 260 Kafkaland: Prejudice, Law and Counterterrorism in India Let’s start with the obvious. India has had more than its due share of the terrorists’ targeting of civilians in recent decades. As concerned citizens, we have the right to know what state institutions have or have not been doing to ensure our safety and security. Let’s take the example of the September 2002 terror attack on Akshardham temple in Gujarat. We did it, read the “confessional statements” of the six Muslims arrested under POTA (Prevention of Terrorism Act, 2002). In July 2006, a special POTA court convicted all six accused. Four years later (June 2010), the Gujarat high court upheld the verdict, holding the convicted men guilty of a numerous crimes, including “criminal conspiracy of mass killing of Hindus in Gujarat” and “terrorist act”. But on May 16 this year, a division bench of the Supreme Court acquitted all six, three of whom had been awarded the death sentence. Using terms like “perverse”, “injustice”, “manifestly ...
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Questions for the state, the wrongdoer 23.11.2014 Asian Age: Books
Rs 260 Kafkaland: Prejudice, Law and Counterterrorism in India Let’s start with the obvious. India has had more than its due share of the terrorists’ targeting of civilians in recent decades. As concerned citizens, we have the right to know what state institutions have or have not been doing to ensure our safety and security. Let’s take the example of the September 2002 terror attack on Akshardham temple in Gujarat. We did it, read the “confessional statements” of the six Muslims arrested under POTA (Prevention of Terrorism Act, 2002). In July 2006, a special POTA court convicted all six accused. Four years later (June 2010), the Gujarat high court upheld the verdict, holding the convicted men guilty of a numerous crimes, including “criminal conspiracy of mass killing of Hindus in Gujarat” and “terrorist act”. But on May 16 this year, a division bench of the Supreme Court acquitted all six, three of whom had been awarded the death sentence. Using terms like “perverse”, “injustice”, “manifestly ...
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Azad case hearing adjourned 21.11.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Azad case hearing adjourned
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Rampal booked in 35 new cases including murder and rioting 21.11.2014 Asian Age: India
Rampal in police custody (Photo: PTI) Self-styled “godman” Rampal, who was arrested on Thursday, has been booked in 35 new cases, which include murder, rioting and illegal confinement, according to reports. He has been shifted to a jail in Hisar in Haryana, where he will be interrogated by a special police team. The Punjab and Haryana high court on Thursday remanded self-styled “godman” Rampal in judicial custody till November 28. Rampal was arrested from his Satlok ashram in Barwala, in Haryana’s Hisar district, on Wednesday night after a long police operation. The police also slapped charges of murder and violence over the deaths of six people (four women in his ashram and one woman and an infant who died in hospital) during the stand-off that ended Wednesday night. A two-judge high court division bench comprising Justices M. Jeyapaul and Darshan asked the Haryana government to file a report in connection with the police operation at Rampal’s ashram. When the bench asked Rampal why he didn’t surrender ...
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Rampal booked in 35 new cases including murder and rioting 21.11.2014 Asian Age: India
Rampal in police custody (Photo: PTI) Self-styled “godman” Rampal, who was arrested on Thursday, has been booked in 35 new cases, which include murder, rioting and illegal confinement, according to reports. He has been shifted to a jail in Hisar in Haryana, where he will be interrogated by a special police team. The Punjab and Haryana high court on Thursday remanded self-styled “godman” Rampal in judicial custody till November 28. Rampal was arrested from his Satlok ashram in Barwala, in Haryana’s Hisar district, on Wednesday night after a long police operation. The police also slapped charges of murder and violence over the deaths of six people (four women in his ashram and one woman and an infant who died in hospital) during the stand-off that ended Wednesday night. A two-judge high court division bench comprising Justices M. Jeyapaul and Darshan asked the Haryana government to file a report in connection with the police operation at Rampal’s ashram. When the bench asked Rampal why he didn’t surrender ...
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What is the logic of holding talks after surrendering arms, Sanyal asks home minister 20.11.2014 TOI: India
Senior Maoist leader and former polit buro member CPI (Maoists) Narayan Sanyal has ridiculed home minister Rajnath Singhs offer to hold talks if Maoists surrender ...
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'Caged bird' to earning Supreme Court's wrath: Ranjit Sinha's unenviable term as CBI Director 20.11.2014 CNN-IBN Top Stories
Analysts feel that the only way to save the CBI's credibility is to ask Sinhato step down.
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Rampal sent to jail, police search ashram as followers leave (Roundup) 20.11.2014 All News-IANS Stories
Controversial sect leader Rampal finally appeared before the law Thursday and was promptly sent to jail by the Punjab and Haryana High Court. Haryana Police have slapped two cases of murder on Rampal and his aides for the six deaths caused in the ...
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Gujarat govt. reinstates suspended IPS officer 20.11.2014 Hindu: Home
Vipul Agarwal, a 2001-batch officer, was an accused in the Tulsiram Prajapati fake encounter case.
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