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'Justice finally granted': 2012 Delhi gangrape victim's parents hail hanging of four convicts, say historic day for all women
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'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
India

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
India

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

South African court opens trial of police officer for death of 1971 anti-apartheid activist; paves way for prosecution of similar crimes
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South African court opens trial of police officer for death of 1971 anti-apartheid activist; paves way for prosecution of similar crimes

A former South African police officer will face trial over the 1971 killing of an anti-apartheid activist after a court ruling that could lead to the prosecution of similar crimes

Convicted paedophile Karl-Heinz N on trial in Germany for raping 6 children while working in India
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Convicted paedophile Karl-Heinz N on trial in Germany for raping 6 children while working in India

Karl-Heinz N, 59, a convicted paedophile appeared before a court in Berlin on Thursday charged with raping six children while working in India

SC allows Bengaluru blasts accused Abdul Maudany to attend son's wedding after hearing plea
India

SC allows Bengaluru blasts accused Abdul Maudany to attend son's wedding after hearing plea

The Supreme Court Monday allowed PDP leader Abdul Nazir Maudany, facing trial in the 2008 Bengaluru serial blasts case, to visit his home state Kerala to attend his son's wedding

Amnesty International's Turkey chairman arrested on charges of membership in terror group
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Amnesty International's Turkey chairman arrested on charges of membership in terror group

Turkey's official news agency says Amnesty International's chairman in the country has been formally arrested pending trial on charges of membership in a terror group.

Jay Y. Lee, jailed Samsung chief may still play corporate role from prison
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Jay Y. Lee, jailed Samsung chief may still play corporate role from prison

The head of South Korea's Samsung Group, Jay Y. Lee, may be languishing in a jail cell but he is allowed plenty of visitors, which may allow him to play a key role in corporate decisions even if he isn't running the conglomerate like he did before.

Jay Y. Lee, Samsung Group chief has denied all charges as the 'trial of the century' begins in South Korea
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Jay Y. Lee, Samsung Group chief has denied all charges as the 'trial of the century' begins in South Korea

The head of South Korea's Samsung Group, Jay Y. Lee, denies all charges against him, his lawyer said on Thursday, at the start of what the special prosecutor said could be the "trial of the century" amid a political scandal that has rocked the country.

South Carolina shooter sentenced to death
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South Carolina shooter sentenced to death

A gunman who killed nine black churchgoers in 2015 has been sentenced to death by a federal jury, a media report said on Wednesday

Court allows use of 'secondary evidence' in Malegaon blasts trial
India

Court allows use of 'secondary evidence' in Malegaon blasts trial

The special court for NIA cases here today allowed the prosecution to rely on 'secondary evidence' in the 2008 Malegaon blasts case, as some of the important documents were not available with the investigating agency.

Singapore will start testing self-driving buses
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Singapore will start testing self-driving buses

Singapore signed an agreement on Wednesday to start testing self-driving buses, as the city-state pushes ahead with its vision of using autonomous technology to help deal with the challenges posed by its limited land and labour.

Larry Page spars with Oracle attorney at Android trial
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Larry Page spars with Oracle attorney at Android trial

Google did not pay to use Oracle's software in millions of smartphones, but the company believed that the intellectual property was free for anyone to use, Larry Page, chief executive of Google's parent company, told jurors in court on Thursday.

Now, a legal bout: Sushil moves Delhi HC seeking trial with Narsingh for Olympic berth
Sports

Now, a legal bout: Sushil moves Delhi HC seeking trial with Narsingh for Olympic berth

Left with no other option, two-time Olympic medallist Sushil Kumar moved the Delhi High Court with a plea to direct the Wrestling Federation of India to conduct a selection trial to decide who will represent India in men's 74kg freestyle category at the Rio Olympics.

Smartwatches, drones, VR headsets and more: Try before you buy, says e-commerce startup Znatta
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Smartwatches, drones, VR headsets and more: Try before you buy, says e-commerce startup Znatta

Znatta, a Bangalore-based startup managed by an IITian trio are trying to add value proposition with 'Try before you buy' feature with its e-commerce platform

Six Delhi policemen to be tried for alleged custodial death of a man in 2014
India

Six Delhi policemen to be tried for alleged custodial death of a man in 2014

Following a Delhi court's order, charges of murder and kidnapping will be framed against six policemen on Wednesday.

Policeman who assaulted Indian grandfather in US goes on trial
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Policeman who assaulted Indian grandfather in US goes on trial

The trial of a former Alabama police officer who slammed down an Indian grandfather walking in his son's neighbourhood in February has begun with the first day spent in selection of the jury.

Boston bomber Tsarnev demands new trial two weeks after he was sentenced to death
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Boston bomber Tsarnev demands new trial two weeks after he was sentenced to death

Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev filed a motion on Monday demanding a new trial, less than two weeks after he was sentenced to death for attacking the city's marathon in 2013.

Hosni Mubarak to stand trial again over 2011 killing of protesters: Egypt court
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Hosni Mubarak to stand trial again over 2011 killing of protesters: Egypt court

CAIRO Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will face a second and final retrial over the killing of protesters during the 2011 uprising that ended his 30-year rule, a high court said on Thursday. Mubarak, 87, was originally sentenced to life in prison in 2012 for conspiring to murder 239 demonstrators, sowing chaos and creating a security vacuum during an 18-day revolt which began in Jan.