IND Vs SA | 3rd Test Oct 19, 2019
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May 10, 2019
Time has come for India to kill death penaltyDeath row prisoners are the poorest and most marginalised and can’t afford proper legal representation
Sep 21, 2017
Death penalty in UP following hooch tragedies may be another way of introducing blanket ban on liquorThe Uttar Pradesh government's decision to introduce the death penalty for culprits found guilty of producing hooch may be another way of introducing a blanket ban on liquor consumption.
Jun 17, 2016
Euro 2016: Three Russian fans jailed for violence, 20 others expelled from FranceArray
May 31, 2016
Search continues for Japanese child left by parents in bear-filled forestJapanese rescuers scoured thick forest on Monday in search of a seven-year-old boy whose parents left him in mountain woods inhabited by bears as a punishment, in a case that has infuriated the public.
Mar 31, 2016
Women who go for abortion should face 'some form of punishment', says Donald TrumpRepublican presidential front-runner Donald Trump said on Wednesday that women who end pregnancies should face some sort of punishment if the United States bans abortion.
Mar 07, 2015
Manchester United defender Evans denies FA spitting chargeManchester United defender Jonny Evans has denied a Football Association (FA) charge of spitting at Newcastle United forward Papiss Cisse, the governing body said on Twitter on Friday.
Jan 21, 2015
Punishment for bed-wetting: Caretaker burns private parts of five-year-old girlA 25-year-old woman caretaker of a government recognised shelter home was today sent to jail after she was booked for allegedly getting private parts of a five-year-old girl singed for bed-wetting.
Nov 26, 2014
Lucknow: 15-year-old girl set on fire for resisting molestationA teenage girl has died one week after a gang of men set her on fire as punishment for resisting their attempts to molest her, police said on Wednesday.
Nov 18, 2014
Japan's lower house passes bill to make 'revenge porn' a criminal actJapan's lower house on Tuesday passed a bill criminalising "revenge porn", as it seeks a legal remedy to a growing problem of the Internet age.
Jul 31, 2014
China to punish sale of GM crops following illegal trade exposeChinese authorities have vowed zero tolerance and harsh punishment against those growing and selling GM crops.