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Detention procedures applicable to Khobragade, US clarifies

In the case of the senior Indian diplomat, Deputy Consul General Devyani Khobragade, arrested in New York last Thursday, the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS), the “police” of the Department of Justice (DoJ) answered multiple media queries confirming...

Kerala HC confirms death sentence for Soumya murder accused

Kochi, December 17, 2013 A division bench of the Kerala High Court on Tuesday confirmed the death sentence awarded by the Thrissur Fast Track Court to Govindachamy, the sole accused in the Soumya murder case. The murder took place on February...

‘When I tried to move away, he kissed my arm, repeated he loved me… Asked me to share room’

‘Is this how you would treat your daughter, My Lord?’ The Additional Solicitor General asks as she shares what the law intern who has accused ex-SC judge A K Ganguly of sexual harassment told a court panel Following the allegations...

Rajya Sabha to take up Lokpal Bill today

Amidst uncertainty over the continuation of the Winter Session, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Kamal Nath announced on Thursday that the Lokpal Bill will come up in the Rajya Sabha on Friday. “Our priority is the Lokpal Bill,” Nath...

India’s Deputy Consul general in New York Devyani Khobragade held for visa fraud

India’s Deputy Consul general in New York Devyani Khobragade who was arrested for allegedly presenting fraudulent documents in support of a visa application for an Indian national employed by her, has been released on Friday from custody...

Section 377 verdict today: LGBT community pins hopes on SC

Members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community all over India have their fingers crossed as the Supreme Court is scheduled to give its verdict on Section 377 of the IPC on Wednesday. Section 377, which criminalises “unnatural...