NIA court rejects plea seeking to bar Pragya Singh Thakur from contesting polls, says 'wrong forum chosen' for petition
Nisar Sayyad, who lost his son in the blast, moved the court last week, urging it to bar Pragya Singh Thakur from contesting the election after the BJP fielded her from Bhopal, where she is locked in a battle with Congress veteran Digvijay Singh
Govt may term Sanatan Sanstha terror entity, but gaping holes in law hamper police action on fringe elements
Given what we know of the Sanatan Sanstha’s activities and alleged crimes, it should ideally be classified as a “terrorist organisation”.
2008 Malegaon blasts: Bombay HC admits accused Lt Colonel Shrikant Purohit's plea to revise rejection of discharge from case
The Bombay high court admitted a plea filed by Lieutenant Colonel Prasad Shrikant Purohit, an accused in the 2008 Malegaon blast case, challenging previous judgments of the High Court and a special trial court that had rejected his discharge from the case.
J Dey murder case: Chhota Rajan found guilty by special MCOCA court, journalist Jigna Vora acquitted
Gangster Chhota Rajan has been found guilty by a special MCOCA court of the murder of journalist Jyotirmoy Dey. The court also found eight others guilty on Wednesday, while two, including journalist Jigna Vora, were acquitted
Malegaon blast case: Special NIA court likely to frame charges against Sadhvi Pragya, Prasad Purohit on 7 February
A special NIA court is likely to frame charges against Sadhvi Pragya, Lt Col Prasad Purohit and six other in the Malegaon blasts case on 7 February
S Sreesanth approaches Kerala High Court as BCCI drags feet on granting NOC despite lifting of life ban
Sreesanth in his petition asked for the immediate intervention of the court saying that he wished to travel to play in the Scotland League and the BCCI, despite the court lifting the ban, has not given him an NOC.
A special MCOCA court today issued a transfer warrant to obtain custody of top Indian Mujahideen operative Yasin Bhatkal and his associate Asadullah Akhtar in connection with the 2011 triple blasts that killed 27 people.
Belonging to the Gihara tribe of Thanagazi area of Alwar district, Chand is accused of being responsible for the elimination of more than 200 tigers and thousands of other wildlife species including endangered species from several states.