"Yakub Memon" News 

Why urgency? Anyone getting hanged: Supreme Court

Rohatgi argues that K'taka case doesn't demand a pre-dawn hearing, and only Yakub Memon's case was heard like this before
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From Yakub Memon to Yeddyurappa's swearing-in: When SC burned the midnight oil

In a historic pre-dawn hearing, the Supreme Court today cleared the last-minute hurdle created by the Congress-JD(S) combine for the BJP's ambitious surge in southern India by paving the way for B S..
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'Is somebody going to be hanged?': Karnataka case did not deserve pre-dawn hearing, says Rohatgi

The rush projected by Congress for an immediate hearing in the Karnataka case was in no way akin to the life and death issue witnessed in 2015 when the Supreme Court had held a historic pre-dawn..
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Death for child rape | Harsh measures not a proven deterrent: Bharti Ali

Not everyone is welcoming Saturday's Ordinance, with a section of public dubbing it as a knee-jerk reaction to quell the natiowide outrage against the perpetrators of an eight-year-old girl raped and..
Credit: DNA - Published

Mumbai 1993 blasts: Timeline

How the case progressed: March 12, 1993: Serial blasts rock Mumbai - 257 killed, 713 injured March-April 1993: In a matter of 24 hours, the Mumbai Police crack case and arrest more than 150..
Credit: Deccan Herald - Published

Venkaiah Naidu cautions against glorification of Afzal Guru, Yakub Memon; calls it attempt to disintegrate country

Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu cautioned against alleged glorification of Afzal Guru and Yakub Memon saying such acts would not be tolerated
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How can you 'celebrate' Afzal Gurus, Yakub Memons, can't understand this non sense: Vice President Venkaiah Naidu

In a curt message to the sympathisers of Afzal Guru and Yakub Memon, Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu on Wednesday said that this glorification must stop.
Credit: DNA - Published

I am ready to face probe: Bhide Guruji

Amidst growing demands of his arrest by Dalit and Left organisations, Hindutva ideologue Sambhaji Bhide Guruji on Friday said that he is innocent and ready to face any probe. "I am ready to face any..
Credit: Deccan Herald - Published

More than 50 convicts on death row in Maharashtra

With three more persons getting capital punishment in the sensational Kopardi rape and murder case, the list of convicted criminals facing the noose has swelled up in Maharashtra, with over 50 on the..
Credit: Deccan Herald - Published

26/11 and Other Terror Attacks in India

Today is November 26. On this day, nine years ago, terrorists from Pakistan infiltrated Mumbai and unleashed a wave of terror that took hundreds of lives. The attack began at 8 pm at the Chhatrapati..
Credit: Deccan Herald - Published

DNA Exclusive: Bajrang Dal points at nexus between Christian missionaries and Naxals

Extremist militant Hindu youth wing of Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), the Bajrang Dal, would censure Islamist Jihad, Church, Naxalism, and the "Left-Liberal anti-Hindu intellectuals" or the "secular..
Credit: DNA - Published

Around 50 face death sentence in Maharashtra

With two former aides of Karachi-based underworld don Dawood Ibrahim getting death sentences in the 12 March 1993 serial blasts case, the list of the convicted criminals facing death sentences in..
Credit: Deccan Herald - Published

Taher Merchant, Firoz Khan beyond remorse: Court

The special Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (prevention) court, in its 2164-page judgment while awarding death penalty to Taher Merchant and Firoz Khan, held that the two were beyond remorse and..
Credit: DNA - Published

Extradition saves Abu Salem

The special Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act court on Thursday sentenced 1993 Mumbai Serial Blasts convicts Firoz Khan and Taher Merchant to death for their active roles in the..
Credit: DNA - Published

1993 Mumbai blasts: Timeline of events

Twenty four years after 12 blasts rocked Mumbai on March 12, 1993 claiming 257 lives, a special TADA court here today awarded death sentence to two persons and life imprisonment to two others,..
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1993 Bombay blast: Two convicts sentenced to death Abu Salem gets life term

A special Mumbai anti-terror court on Thursday sentenced convicts - Tahir Merchant alias Tahir Taklya, a close associate of Karachi-based underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, and Feroze Abdul Rashid Kahan -..
Credit: Deccan Herald - Published

Dipak Misra is India's next Chief Justice

dipak misra is india's next chief justice
63-year-old Dipak Misra led the bench that awarded death sentence to Mumbai blasts convict Yakub Memon and the Nirbhaya killers and will will take over from Chief Justice JS Khehar.
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From National Anthem to Nirbhaya: Key verdicts given by next CJI Dipak Mishra

Justice Dipak Misra, the senior most judge in the Supreme Court, will be the 45th Chief Justice of India, succeeding incumbent J S Khehar. An official notification..
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CJI Khehar recommends Justice Mishra as successor

Chief Justice of India (CJI) Jagdish Singh Khehar is learnt to have formally recommended the name of senior-most Supreme Court Judge Dipak Mishra as his successor. Sources told DNA that CJI Khehar,..
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'Death penalty belongs to medieval era, its wrong', says Opposition V-P nominee Gopalkrish

New Delhi, July 18 (ANI): Former Gove or of West Bengal and Opposition’s vice-president candidate Gopalkrishna Gandhi addressed the media after filling his nomination and said he believed that death..
Credit: ANI News - Published

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