Special Public Prosecutor JK Chopra said the doctors who conducted the postmortem recorded their statement before the court of chief judicial magistrate recently.
UNGA 2018: Bilateral talks between Sushma Swaraj, Pakistan FM Shah Mehmood Qureshi not on table, say sources
Sources countered reports of possible Swaraj- Qureshi meeting on sidelines of UNGA. Indian government wants Pakistan to take concrete action against terror before engaging into any talks
SC to hear plea claiming Talib Hussain, key witness in Kathua rape case, is being tortured by Jammu and Kashmir Police
The Supreme Court will on Wednesday hear a plea alleging that Talib Hussain, a key witness in the sensational Kathua gang rape and murder case, is being tortured by the Jammu and Kashmir police in a fake rape case.
Kathua rape and murder case: Accused Vishal Jangotra was not in Meerut when incident took place, prove handwriting tests
The crime branch of Jammu and Kashmir have carried out scientific tests to support its probe that Vishal Jangotra, an accused in the rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl in Kathua, was not in Meerut when the crime took place in January.
Kathua rape and murder case: Court asks prosecution to share names of witnesses who do not face security threat
Pathankot District and Sessions Judge Tejwinder Singh, while hearing a petition of defence counsel in Kathua gangrape case for disclosure of names of witnesses in advance, left it to the prosecution to share the names.
MiG-21 fighter plane crashes in Himachal Pradesh's Kangra: Pilot found dead, court of inquiry ordered
A MiG-21 fighter plane crashed in Himachal Pradesh's Kangra after it took off from Pathankot in Punjab, according to several media reports.
SC allows Kathua rape case witnesses to approach Jammu and Kashmir HC over allegations of police brutality
The Supreme Court asked three witnesses of Kathua rape case, to approach the Jammu and Kashmir High Court with their grievances.
The Supreme Court had transferred the Kathua rape and murder case to Pathankot from Jammu and Kashmir.
Kathua rape case: Police finds inconsistencies in birth certificate of accused 'juvenile', court to hear matter on 6 June
The affidavit also has findings of the medical board which was constituted after the crime branch found inconsistencies in the age of the juvenile, who remains unnamed because of his minor status and whose case is being heard by the Juvenile Board in Kathua.
Seven out of the eight accused in the Kathua rape case were brought for trial to Pathankot amid heavy security.
Sushma Swaraj says dialogue with Pakistan inappropriate 'when funeral processions are taking place on border'
There cannot be any comprehensive dialogue with Pakistan as talks and terror cannot go together, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said on Monday.
Narendra Modi's high-octane diplomacy hasn't forced Pakistan to give up hybrid war strategy, but back channels remain open
It remains to be seen what Narendra Modi’s game plan would be when Pakistan’s general elections are completed and the next dispensation takes over.
Kathua rape case: Plea by witnesses in SC alleging police harassment underlines need for witness protection law
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court will hear a plea by three witnesses in the Kathua rape case, who have alleged harassment by state police
The Supreme Court will hear the plea of three witnesses in the Kathua gangrape and murder case, alleging that they are being harassed by the state police, on 16 May.
Supreme Court transfers Kathua rape case trial to Pathankot: A look at who said what about the decision
In a highly-anticipated ruling, the Supreme Court, on Monday, transferred the trial in the Kathua rape-and-murder case from Jammu and Kashmir to Pathankot in Punjab. The decision evoked mixed responses
The Supreme Court on Monday rejected a plea seeking a probe by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) into the Kathua rape and murder case.
Pathankot on high alert after local claims to have transported two suspected terrorists to a location near Kathua
Security forces on Monday put the city of Pathankot in Punjab on high alert after a local claimed to have given a lift to two suspected terrorists
India should quickly adjust to Af-Pak geostrategic alignment; revival of Pakistani realpolitik is for real
A little more than a year later after the dreadful attack on the Uri brigade headquarters in September 2016, New Delhi wakes up to a new reality, where rapidly evolving geostrategic alignments seem to have swung the game into Pakistan’s favour.
Talks with Pakistan can only take place from a position of strength, and India needs to substantially increase neighbour's cost of waging a hybrid war.
Sunjwan army camp attacked: No point in chasing elusive peace with Pakistan; better if India pays back in same coin
Does it occur to our policy makers that the timing of the latest attack at Sunjwan is to show to countries being visited by Prime Minister Narendra Modi that India "absorbs" terrorist attacks while Pakistan plans the next one