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Gudiya rape case: Court decides to extend the judicial custody of all accused

Gudiya rape case: Court decides to extend the judicial custody of all accused. In Gudiya rape case 9 policemen are in jail after the murder of accused of Gudiya rape name Suraj in police custody. All the accused in were presented before the court of the District and Sessions Court. CJM Ranjeet Singh Thakur decides

18 Karni Sena supporters in judicial custody in Gurugram

18 Karni Sena supporters in judicial custody in Gurugram

Eighteen supporters of Shri Rajput Karni Sena, arrested for vandalising a Haryana Roadways bus and attacking a school bus here to protest against the Hindi film ‘Padmaavat’, were on Thursday sent to 14 days judicial custodyict court. They were accused of indulging in vandalism on Wednesday in Bhondsi area on the Gurugram-Alwar highway, 12 km

Junaid stabbing case: Four sent to judicial custody

Junaid stabbing case: Four sent to judicial custody

Four persons arrested in connection with the stabbing of a Muslim boy on board a Mathura-bound train have been sent to judicial custody for 14 days by a court here. Police said these accused were arrested on June 28 and were initially sent to two-day police remand. Junaid (17) was stabbed when he, along with

Bank director sent to judicial custody

Kapurthala: Arrested Director and Branch Manager of Kapurthala Central Co-operative Bank has been sent on 14 days judicial custody by Magistrate on Saturday. Kapurthala police presented duo Ajay Kumar and Branch Manager Gurdev Singh before the court . Notably Kapurthala Police arrested director of Kapurthala Central Co-operative Bank Ajay Kumar for committing fraud with the

Four held for gang rape of US woman, sent to judicial custody

New Delhi: A local court on Tuesday sent four persons including a tourist guide, who were arrested on the charge of sexually assaulting a US tourist here earlier this year, to two-day judicial custody. “Four accused were presented before a duty magistrate, who remanded them to judicial custody till December 29,” defence counsel Sandeep Kapur

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KLF chief Mintu, Pinda, three others sent to judicial custody

Patiala: The Police on Monday brought five accused in the high profile Nabha Jailbreak case here and produced them before the duty magistrate Kamal Varinder. The Police had demanded 14 days of custody which was declined. The accused included Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF) Chief, Harminder Singh alias Mintu, Palminder Singh alias Pinda, Gurpreet Singh Mangewal,

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