The NIA charged the terror operative under various sections of the Indian Penal Code(IPC), UAPA and the Foreigners Act.
Delhi HC affirms father-uncle duo’s sodomy conviction, sets aside gang rape charge saying there was no penile-vaginal penetration
The Delhi HC said sexual violence against minors is always abhorrent, adding that it slides into depravity when it happens within the father-daughter relationship.
Herman Knippenberg was a Dutch diplomate in Thailand who had gathered vital information about Charles Sobhraj in Bangkok
Retired judges, bureaucrats, lawyers write to CJI demanding action against those opposing Prashant Bhushan’s conviction in contempt of court case
The group has urged the Supreme Court to take exemplary action against the naysayers who have been maligning the court by peddling falsehoods
Nirbhaya’s mother breaks down in court, says convict will continue to use delay tactics after court offer legal aid to one of the convicts
Unprecedented delay in the execution of the four gangrape convicts has left Nirbhaya's mother and her family shattered
Delhi HC refuses to set aside Patiala Court’s stay on execution; grants 7 days to the convicts to avail their legal remedies
The Delhi HC has directed all the convicts to exercise all the legal remedies in 7 days following which it has directed the authorities to take action according to the law
Delhi HC dismisses plea filed by Nirbhaya’s murder convict seeking clemency claiming he was juvenile at time of offence
The apex court in its 2017 verdict had upheld the capital punishment awarded to them by the Delhi HC and the trial court in the case.
Nirbhaya case convict moves Delhi HC claiming he was juvenile at time of offence, petition refers to him as ‘innocent boy’
One of the death-row convicts in the Nirbhaya gang-rape case, Pawan Kumar Gupta has sought clemency from the Delhi HC on the grounds of being juvenile at the time of committing the crime
Nirbhaya case: SC rejects review petition filed by convict but Delhi HC does not give death warrant, next hearing on 7th January
Upholding the 2017 verdict, the apex court dismissed the review petition saying “it did not find any error on the face of it."
The Wire demonises Kamlesh Tiwari even in death, lies about him being ‘convicted’ in the blasphemy case against him
The Wire's assertion that Kamlesh Tiwari had been convicted is patently false.
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