Haren Pandya murder case: Supreme Court restores conviction for accused, imposes Rs 50,000 fine on NGO for demanding fresh investigation
The Supreme Court restored the convictions and sentences of 12 people on Friday in the murder of former Gujarat home minister Haren Pandya in 2003.
Modi-led panel to pick new CBI chief today: YC Modi, who probed Gujarat riots, IPS Rina Mitra among top contenders
Amid the controversies surrounding the post of Central Bureau of Investigation's (CBI) director, the high powered selection committee led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet on Wednesday to discuss probable candidates and pick a name for the coveted post.
'Fixing' Amit Shah and undermining institutional independence: Sohrabuddin case verdict gives BJP handy weapon against Congress
It is rare to find a more damning indictment of Congress' misdeeds by the judiciary. It may be rarer still to find a more brazen attempt at eroding institutional independence and interfering with an ongoing probe to suit political ends.
Rahul Gandhi should ask 'who killed Sohrabuddin investigation', says Arun Jaitley on Congress chief's reaction to verdict
Arun Jaitley in his Facebook post titled: 'Who killed the Sohrabuddin Investigation' said that those who have recently shown a belated concern for institutional independence, "should seriously introspect as to what they did to the CBI when they were in power"
Sohrabuddin encounter case: Ex-IPS officer DG Vanzara gave contract to kill Haren Pandya, witness tells trial court
A witness in the Sohrabuddin Shaikh alleged fake encounter case told a trial court in Mumbai on Saturday that Shaikh had killed former Gujarat home minister Haren Pandya.
Telangana honour killing: Subhash Sharma, who allegedly killed Pranay Kumar for Rs 1 cr, is a living imprint of contract killers
The police say Subhash Sharma fits the bill usually associated with an archetypal hired killer. Such men often hail from impoverished backgrounds, depend on drugs or alcohol or both and are school dropouts.
The lawyer of the Special Investigation Team (SIT) appointed by the Supreme Court to probe the 2002 Gujarat riots today contended that Sanjeev Bhatt, suspended IPS officer, forged evidence to malign the state government.
Raising the pitch for the resignation of Narendra Modi-led BJP government in the wake of the letter by suspended IPS officer D G Vanzara, opposition Congress today called a statewide bandh on September 6.
Judge Hosbet Suresh surely knows that the value of his statement on what Haren Pandya told him about what the former minister heard from someone else is zero?
Supreme Court today admitted the appeal filed by the CBI and the Gujarat government challenging the High Court's acquittal of 12 convicts in the murder of former state Home Minister Haren Pandya.