2012 Delhi gangrape case: Day after execution of four convicts, UN calls on all nations to stop use of capital punishment
The UN has called on all nations to stop the use of capital punishment or put a moratorium on it, a day after four men convicted of gang-raping and murdering a 23-year-old woman were hanged in India.
'Justice finally granted': 2012 Delhi gangrape victim's parents hail hanging of four convicts, say historic day for all women
The victim's father, Badrinath Singh hailed the hanging saying that their daughter had finally got the justice, seven years after she was brutalised in a moving bus in Delhi. He said that this day is dedicated for all the women of the country.
2012 Delhi gangrape case: Seven years later, all four death row convicts executed for crime that shook nation
The hanging was carried out as per schedule in Delhi's Tihar jail after a three-judge Supreme Court bench rejected the final plea by the convicts' lawyer AP Singh to stay their execution in a late-night hearing.
2012 Delhi gangrape case: Supreme Court refuses to entertain Mukesh Singh's plea claiming he wasn't in Delhi at time of crime
The Supreme Court refused to entertain the plea of Mukesh Singh, one of the four death-row convicts in the 2012 Delhi gangrape and murder case, challenging the Delhi High Court order which rejected his claim that he was not in the city at the time of crime
2012 Delhi gangrape: Death row convicts Akshay Singh, Pawan Gupta seek stay on execution, cite pending mercy and curative petitions
The four convicts in the 2012 Delhi gangrape — Singh, Gupta, Vinay Kumar Sharma and Akshay Kumar — are scheduled to be hanged at 6 am on 3 March
We may or may not find out whether the SIMI encounter was fake. What we should note is that such sort of murky violence is not new for Madhya Pradesh.
In its probe to unravel the cause of the mysterious death of journalist Akshay Singh, CBI has collected his medical reports from his family to ascertain whether he had any medical history which might have led to his death.
Indian authorities have been called on by the head of a UN agency mandated to defend freedom of expression to investigate the mysterious death of TV reporter Akshay Singh.
Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Thursday offered a government job to the family of journalist Akshay Singh here, who died under mysterious circumstances while probing the Vyapam scam.
The Madhya Pradesh High Court deferred till 20 July the hearing on the plea of the state government seeking handing over the Vyapam scam probe to CBI.
Delhi government on Wednesday offered a job to the sister of deceased TV journalist Akshay Singh, who was covering the Vyapam scam.
A police team from Jhabua, Madhya Pradesh on Thursday arrived at AIIMS in the national capital with the viscera samples of TV journalist Akshay Singh who died under mysterious circumstances while covering Vyapam scam.
Cracking the mystery behind the serial deaths of people involved in the Vyapam scam in Madhya Pradesh is perhaps the most complex whodunit in Indian history.
That the Vyapam scam took some 40 deaths for the story to really gather steam is a slap on the face of investigative media in this country.
The Vyapam Scam will taint the BJP government in Madhya Pradesh for sure, but the chances are there are other Vyapam scams in many other states.
No internal or external injuries were found on the body of TV journalist Akshay Singh, said the post-mortem report on the Vyapam death.
Questioning PM's silence over the deaths of people related to the Vyapam scam, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal demanded Modi's "intervention".
'So many below 40 cannot suddenly die of heart attacks': Experts question many deaths in Vyapam scam
The real cause of the two back-to-back deaths in the Vyapam scam is yet to be ascertained. However, it has been claimed that the deaths were ‘normal’ and there was ‘no foul play’.
Could this spate of unexplained deaths just be coincidence or part of a sinister plot to wipe out witnesses and key players? Nobody knows the answer yet. But the plot of the Mama of all scams has turned really sinister.
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, under pressure over two more deaths in connection with the Vyapam scam, has now agreed to send the viscera samples of journalist Akshaya Singh to Delhi's AIIMS, reported news channels.