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Priest Murder Case: Dead body will not be buried till family gets justice

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS Priest murder case has taken  a new turn on Monday. As the family members of priest has declared that till the time they don’t get justice they would not bury the body of a deceased. The family members have demanded

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Nirbhaya gets Justice, Supreme Court upheld the Death Sentence of convicts

The Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence of the accused of gangrape of Nirbhaya in Delhi. The Supreme Court today delivered its verdict in the 16th December, 2012 Nirbhaya gangrape and murder case. The fate of four convicts’ — Mukesh, Akshay, Pawan and Vinay decided for gang-raping a medical student in Delhi. The Police

Pb Cong submits memo to Guv seeking justice to Grewal’s family

Chandigarh: Congress’ Punjab unit presidentAmarinder Singh today submitted a memorandum to Governor V P Singh Badnore seeking the Centre’s intervention for providing justice to the family of ex-serviceman Ram Kishen Grewal whose suicide, allegedly over OROP, has sparked a political row. The party also demanded the sacking of Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar for “misleading the

32 yrs of anti-Sikh riots: Experts, Sikh forum cry for justice

New Delhi: Government officials who neglect their duties and shut their eyes on rioters should be declared an accessory to violence, former Chief Justice of Rajasthan High Court Justice Anil Dev Singh said on the 32nd anniversary of the 1984 Anti-Sikh pogroms. Speaking at a panel discussion on ‘The legal aftermath of 1984 and the

Stabbed employee cries for justice

Dera Bassi: The family members of the victim, Feroz who was attacked with a dagger by his colleague following a fight, have been moving pillar to post to seek justice. After struggling for life in GMCH, Chandigarh for over two weeks, injured along with family members have not only alleged police of inaction but also

Justice Katju wrote an impassioned ‘love’ note to ailing CM Jayalalithaa

New Delhi: Former Supreme Court Justice Markandey Katju wrote an impassioned ‘love’ note to the ailing Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, Jayalalithaa, who has been admitted at the Apollo Hospitals.In the Facebook post, Katju wrote:  Jayalalitha is a sherni, and her opponents are langoors. She will recover and be back to work. Letter by Markandey Katju

Parents and students gather outside ADCP office to seek justice for Atharva

Ludhiana: Many parents and students in the city are seen tensed, as no justice has done yet regarding the matter of DAV Public School (Pakhowal Road) student, Atharva Gupta. Parents and students gathered outside ADCP 3 (Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police) office along with the family of the victim and SOI zonal president Meetpal Singh Dugri

Duterte killed justice official,hitman tells Philippine senate

Manila: Rodrigo Duterte shot dead a justice department employee and ordered the murder of opponents, a former death squad member told parliament today, in explosive allegations against the Philippine president.The self-described assassin told a Senate hearing that he and a group of policemen and ex-communist rebels killed about 1,000 people over 25 years on Duterte’s

US will help bring Turkey coup plotters to justice: Obama

Hangzhou: The United States is committed to bringing the perpetrators of the attempted coup against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to justice, President Barack Obama said today. Ankara accuses US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen of being behind the July uprising. At talks with Erdogan on the sidelines of the G20 summit, Obama said: “We will make

Justice Lodha hails SC verdict on BCCI reforms

New Delhi: Former chief justice Rajendra Mal Lodha, who headed the panel for bringing reforms in the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI) administration, on Saturday welcomed the Supreme Court’s verdict of accepting the committee’s recommendations. Lodha hoped the sport and players will get more affection from the audience once the suggestions come

Breaking- Badal meets Dhadrianwale: assures speedy probe

Patiala: Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today met Sikh preacher Ranjit Singh Dhadrianwale, who was attacked recently, and assured him of quick dispensation of justice. Badal met with Dhadrianwale for almost 25 minutes at Gurudwara Parmeshar Dwar, and told him that an inquiry has already been instituted by state government to get to the

Uttrakhand HC revokes President rule in state

Nainital: After a stinging attack on the Center, the Uttrakhand High Court on Thursday revoked the President’s rule in the state. Simultaneously, Harish Rawat has called for a meeting of all Congress MLAs. The President’s rule was imposed in the state on March 27. The Uttarakhand High Court earlier said that it would be a