Indians On Death Row


'Indians On Death Row' - 22 News Result(s)

  • Kulbhushan Jadhav: 5 Facts On The Indian On Death Row In Pakistan

    Kulbhushan Jadhav: 5 Facts On The Indian On Death Row In Pakistan

    Pakistan must review the death sentence of Kulbhushan Jadhav, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruled on Wednesday in a big win for India. Kulbhushan Jadhav's death sentence "should remain suspended until Pakistan effectively reviews and reconsiders the conviction and sentence," said the UN court, agreeing with India's stand that Pakistan ha...

  • India To File Mercy Petition For Indians On Death Row In Qatar

    India To File Mercy Petition For Indians On Death Row In Qatar

    External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday said the Indian government will file a mercy petition on behalf of the family members of two men from Tamil Nadu who were sentenced to death by Qatar's Supreme Court last year.

  • Sushma Swaraj Seeks Report From Envoy In Qatar On 2 Indians On Death Row

    Sushma Swaraj Seeks Report From Envoy In Qatar On 2 Indians On Death Row

    External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Saturday sought a report from the Indian envoy in Qatar on the two Indians who were awarded death penalty by a court in the Gulf country.

  • Three Indians Saved From Execution in Saudi Arabia

    Three Indians Saved From Execution in Saudi Arabia

    Three Indians on death row in Saudi Arabia for the murder of their compatriot have been saved from being executed after an Indian businessman paid nearly USD 133,200 in blood money on their behalf.

  • 17 Indians on death row in United Arab Emirates return home after release

    17 Indians on death row in United Arab Emirates return home after release

    Seventeen people from Punjab and Haryana, who were on death row in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), landed at Delhi airport today after they were freed by a court.

  • 17 Indians on death row in United Arab Emirates freed, to return home today

    Seventeen Indians, 16 of them from Punjab, who were on a death row in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) since 2010 on charges of murdering a Pakistani national, have been freed by a Sharjah court and will return home today.

  • After making appeal on Twitter, Salman launches online petition for Sarabjit's release

    After making appeal on Twitter, Salman launches online petition for Sarabjit's release

    Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has launched an online petition seeking the release of Sarabjit Singh, an Indian on death row in Pakistan.

  • Sarabjit's sister hopeful of relief from Zardari

    Sarabjit's sister hopeful of relief from Zardari

    Sister of Sarabjit Singh, an Indian on death row in Pakistan following his conviction for alleged involvement in bomb attacks, has said that she will appeal to Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari during his Rajasthan visit to release his brother on humanitarian ground.

  • 17 Indians on death row to pay crores in blood money

    The 17 Indians on death row in UAE for killing a Pakistani may soon see freedom as arbitrating members of the Indian community have reached a preliminary understanding with victim's family over payment of Pakistani Rupees 8 crore as blood money.

  • Indians on death row asked to reach blood money deal

    Seventeen Indians on death row for the murder of a Pakistani national in Sharjah have been granted over a month's time by a UAE appeals court to reach a blood money settlement with the victim's family.Following stalled negotiations over blood money, the Sharjah Court of Appeal adjourned the case again and the next hearing is scheduled to be held on...

  • 'Blood money' gets 8 Indians off death row in Sharjah

    A Sharjah court has waived the death sentence awarded to eight Indian youths for the murder of a Pakistani national after a Dubai-based Indian hotelier paid 'blood money' to the family of the victim on their behalf.The murder took place on July 11, 2009 following which 10 men, eight Indians -- all from Pubjab -- and two Pakistanis, were arrested.Th...

  • Indians on death row in UAE refuse settlement

    A proposal to settle the case involving 17 Indians, who have appealed the death penalty for killing a Pakistani in Sharjah has been refused, according to the lawyer representing the defendants.Bindu Suresh Chettur said the family of the Pakistani man told the court that they were ready to accept compensation including blood money but we refused bec...

  • Dec 30 hearing for 17 Indians on death row

    The Sharjah Appeals Court has postponed the hearing of an appeal by 17 Indians against their death sentence for killing a Pakistani man till December 30, the lawyer handling the case for the Indians has said."The prosecution presented the CD containing the reconstruction of the scene of the crime that we had asked for but the police officials that ...

  • 17 Indians on death row in Dubai: Hearing on June 16

    Seventeen Indians, sentenced to death for killing a Pakistani, were today allowed to have a Punjabi translator by the Sharjah Court of Appeal which also adjourned the case to June 16."They were asked to either plead guilty or innocent but the convicts said they don't understand any language other than Punjabi. The court then agreed to allow us a Pu...

  • Indians on death row in UAE allege torture

    Seeking justice, 17 Indian youth on the death row in UAE have alleged before human rights activists from India that they are being tortured.

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'Indians On Death Row' - 22 News Result(s)

  • Kulbhushan Jadhav: 5 Facts On The Indian On Death Row In Pakistan

    Kulbhushan Jadhav: 5 Facts On The Indian On Death Row In Pakistan

    Pakistan must review the death sentence of Kulbhushan Jadhav, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruled on Wednesday in a big win for India. Kulbhushan Jadhav's death sentence "should remain suspended until Pakistan effectively reviews and reconsiders the conviction and sentence," said the UN court, agreeing with India's stand that Pakistan ha...

  • India To File Mercy Petition For Indians On Death Row In Qatar

    India To File Mercy Petition For Indians On Death Row In Qatar

    External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday said the Indian government will file a mercy petition on behalf of the family members of two men from Tamil Nadu who were sentenced to death by Qatar's Supreme Court last year.

  • Sushma Swaraj Seeks Report From Envoy In Qatar On 2 Indians On Death Row

    Sushma Swaraj Seeks Report From Envoy In Qatar On 2 Indians On Death Row

    External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Saturday sought a report from the Indian envoy in Qatar on the two Indians who were awarded death penalty by a court in the Gulf country.

  • Three Indians Saved From Execution in Saudi Arabia

    Three Indians Saved From Execution in Saudi Arabia

    Three Indians on death row in Saudi Arabia for the murder of their compatriot have been saved from being executed after an Indian businessman paid nearly USD 133,200 in blood money on their behalf.

  • 17 Indians on death row in United Arab Emirates return home after release

    17 Indians on death row in United Arab Emirates return home after release

    Seventeen people from Punjab and Haryana, who were on death row in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), landed at Delhi airport today after they were freed by a court.

  • 17 Indians on death row in United Arab Emirates freed, to return home today

    Seventeen Indians, 16 of them from Punjab, who were on a death row in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) since 2010 on charges of murdering a Pakistani national, have been freed by a Sharjah court and will return home today.

  • After making appeal on Twitter, Salman launches online petition for Sarabjit's release

    After making appeal on Twitter, Salman launches online petition for Sarabjit's release

    Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has launched an online petition seeking the release of Sarabjit Singh, an Indian on death row in Pakistan.

  • Sarabjit's sister hopeful of relief from Zardari

    Sarabjit's sister hopeful of relief from Zardari

    Sister of Sarabjit Singh, an Indian on death row in Pakistan following his conviction for alleged involvement in bomb attacks, has said that she will appeal to Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari during his Rajasthan visit to release his brother on humanitarian ground.

  • 17 Indians on death row to pay crores in blood money

    The 17 Indians on death row in UAE for killing a Pakistani may soon see freedom as arbitrating members of the Indian community have reached a preliminary understanding with victim's family over payment of Pakistani Rupees 8 crore as blood money.

  • Indians on death row asked to reach blood money deal

    Seventeen Indians on death row for the murder of a Pakistani national in Sharjah have been granted over a month's time by a UAE appeals court to reach a blood money settlement with the victim's family.Following stalled negotiations over blood money, the Sharjah Court of Appeal adjourned the case again and the next hearing is scheduled to be held on...

  • 'Blood money' gets 8 Indians off death row in Sharjah

    A Sharjah court has waived the death sentence awarded to eight Indian youths for the murder of a Pakistani national after a Dubai-based Indian hotelier paid 'blood money' to the family of the victim on their behalf.The murder took place on July 11, 2009 following which 10 men, eight Indians -- all from Pubjab -- and two Pakistanis, were arrested.Th...

  • Indians on death row in UAE refuse settlement

    A proposal to settle the case involving 17 Indians, who have appealed the death penalty for killing a Pakistani in Sharjah has been refused, according to the lawyer representing the defendants.Bindu Suresh Chettur said the family of the Pakistani man told the court that they were ready to accept compensation including blood money but we refused bec...

  • Dec 30 hearing for 17 Indians on death row

    The Sharjah Appeals Court has postponed the hearing of an appeal by 17 Indians against their death sentence for killing a Pakistani man till December 30, the lawyer handling the case for the Indians has said."The prosecution presented the CD containing the reconstruction of the scene of the crime that we had asked for but the police officials that ...

  • 17 Indians on death row in Dubai: Hearing on June 16

    Seventeen Indians, sentenced to death for killing a Pakistani, were today allowed to have a Punjabi translator by the Sharjah Court of Appeal which also adjourned the case to June 16."They were asked to either plead guilty or innocent but the convicts said they don't understand any language other than Punjabi. The court then agreed to allow us a Pu...

  • Indians on death row in UAE allege torture

    Seeking justice, 17 Indian youth on the death row in UAE have alleged before human rights activists from India that they are being tortured.

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