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Bombay High <strong>Court</strong> clubs <strong>cases</strong> of custodial deaths

Bombay High Court clubs cases of custodial deaths

01 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Observing that Maharashtra accounts for a large number of custodial deaths and that most of the victims belonged to the minority community, the Bombay High Court has said that it would take stern measures to curb such atrocities.

cases of custodial deaths,   cases of custodial deaths in Maharashtra,   Bombay High Court,   Yug Choudhary,  
Sohrabuddin’s brother seeks narco test on Amit Shah, others

Sohrabuddin’s brother seeks narco test on Amit Shah, others

01 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Slain gangster Sohrabuddin Sheikh's brother on Friday moved the special CBI court seeking directions to conduct narco-analysis test on Bharatiya Janata President Amit Shah and 37 others accused in the Sohrabuddin Sheikh and Tulsiram Prajapati encounter cases.

Sohrabuddin Sheikh,   CBI court,   narco-analysis,   Bharatiya Janata President,   Amit Shah,   Tulsiram Prajapati,  
Justice Sunil Ambwani takes oath as Senior Justice of <strong>Rajasthan</strong> HC

Justice Sunil Ambwani takes oath as Senior Justice of Rajasthan HC

01 Aug 2014

Jodhpur: Justice Sunil Ambwani has taken oath as the Senior Justice of the Rajasthan High Court, even as advocates of the court continued with their strike demanding transfer of two judicial officials.

Justice Sunil Ambwani,   Rajasthan High Court,   Allahabad High Court,   Ranjeet Joshi ,  
UCC can't be sued for Bhopal plant contamination: US <strong>court</strong>

UCC can't be sued for Bhopal plant contamination: US court

01 Aug 2014

New York: In a major blow to victims of the 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy, a US court here has ruled that the Union Carbide Corporation (UCC) cannot be sued for the ongoing contamination from the chemical plant.

Bhopal plant contamination,   UCC,   1984 Bhopal gas tragedy,   Union Carbide Corporation,   Bhopal,  
Rohit must make 'Singham' on a <strong>female</strong> police officer: Kareena Kapoor

Rohit must make 'Singham' on a female police officer: Kareena Kapoor

31 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Actress Kareena Kapoor, who will be seen in 'Singham Returns', said that she hopes director Rohit Shetty would make a film on a female police official.

Rohit Shetty,   Singham,   female police officer,   Kareena Kapoor,   Singham Returns,  
Jamaica, Kenya dominate <strong>track</strong> and field

Jamaica, Kenya dominate track and field

30 Jul 2014

Glasgow: Jamaica and Kenya had a night to remember on the third day of Commonwealth Games action, the track and field powerhouses reaping a big haul of medals, while Canada also nabbed two golds.

Jamaica,   Kenya,   Commonwealth Games,   CWG,  
<strong>Fast</strong>-<strong>track</strong> rehabilitation of villages near sanctuary: Shivajirao Moghe

Fast-track rehabilitation of villages near sanctuary: Shivajirao Moghe

26 Jul 2014

Yavatmal: Rehabilitation of villages located in the vicinity of Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary in the district will be expedited, Maharashtra Social Justice Minister Shivajirao Moghe has said.

Fast-track rehabilitation,   Maharashtra Social Justice Minister,   Shivajirao Moghe,   Kelapur Tehsil,   wildlife and bio-diversity conservation ,  
Taxman to <strong>track</strong> high-value spending in major cities

Taxman to track high-value spending in major cities

30 Jul 2014

New Delhi: In order to widen the tax base and check undisclosed income, the Income Tax department has decided to train its scanner on instances of personal expenditure, interest earned on investment, purchase of luxury vehicles and capital gains made from sale of property in a select band of economically surging Indian cities.

Tax,   interest,   income tax department,   luxury vehicles,  
In changing times, women find losing virginity enjoyable

In changing times, women find losing virginity enjoyable

30 Jul 2014

London: Did you feel guilty after having sex for the first time? Take heart as young women today are actually ‘enjoying losing their virginity’ compared to earlier days.

Virginity,   sexual trends,   sexuality,   female sexuality,   study on virginity ,  
<strong>Rajasthan</strong> roadways workers protest denationalising of routes, call strike

Rajasthan roadways workers protest denationalising of routes, call strike

30 Jul 2014

Jaipur: Public transport services were hit in Rajasthan on Wednesday with the beginning of a two-day strike by the employees of Rajasthan Roadways Service against the government's announcement to denationalize the nationalized routes.

Rajasthan roadways,   roadways workers,   roadways workers protest,   strike,   Rajasthan,  

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