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  • Indian Jailed For Killing Elderly Woman In Singapore Road Crash

    Indian Jailed For Killing Elderly Woman In Singapore Road Crash

    A 48-year-old Indian national has been sentenced to 10 months in jail and banned from driving for eight years for killing an elderly woman in a fatal accident while he was drunk. Tibrewal Sunil Kumar, a Singapore permanent resident, was sentenced on Wednesday for the crash that took place in February 2016 and resulted in the death of 61-year-old Ta...

  • BJP Leader Assaults Convict In 1984 Anti-Sikh Riots, At Delhi Court

    BJP Leader Assaults Convict In 1984 Anti-Sikh Riots, At Delhi Court

    One of the convicts in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case was today assaulted by BJP lawmaker Manjinder Singh Sirsa in Patiala House Court, moments after a court reserved its order on the quantum of punishment to be awarded to two persons for killing two men. The incident took place when the convicts were being taken by policemen to the lock up inside the...

  • Jailed Om Prakash Chautala Expels Older Son For "Anti-Party Activities"

    Jailed Om Prakash Chautala Expels Older Son For "Anti-Party Activities"

    In yet another escalation of the family feud, former Haryana chief minister Om Prakash Chautala expelled his elder son Ajay Singh from the primary membership of the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) amid indications that the party could be on the verge of a split.

  • Mining Baron Janardhan Reddy Arrested In Bribery Case In Bengaluru

    Mining Baron Janardhan Reddy Arrested In Bribery Case In Bengaluru

    Ballari's mining baron and former BJP minister Gali Janardhan Reddy, who was questioned for hours in an alleged bribery case last evening, has been arrested, the police said. Ali Khan, a close aid of Janardhan Reddy, was also arrested. The former minister, who is facing multiple charges of corruption, has already spent three years in jail. He was o...

  • Reports Of Asia Bibi Leaving For Netherlands "Fake News", Says Pakistan

    Reports Of Asia Bibi Leaving For Netherlands "Fake News", Says Pakistan

    Asia Bibi, a Christian woman freed from jail after Pakistan's top court overturned her death sentence in a blasphemy case, has not left for the Netherlands and any report saying so is most likely "fake news", Pakistani authorities said today.

  • Abhijit Iyer Mitra's Judicial Custody Extended By 14 Days

    Abhijit Iyer Mitra's Judicial Custody Extended By 14 Days

    A camp court at the special jail had reserved its verdict on the bail plea of Delhi-based journalist Abhijit Iyer Mitra and extended his jail custody by 14 days, a government advocate said on Wednesday.

  • Pak Christian Woman, Spared Death In Blasphemy Case, Freed From Jail

    Pak Christian Woman, Spared Death In Blasphemy Case, Freed From Jail

    Pakistani Christian woman Asia Bibi, who spent eight years on death row for blasphemy, has been freed from jail, her lawyer said Thursday.

  • Asia Bibi Still In Jail A Week After Acquittal In Pakistan Blasphemy Case

    Asia Bibi Still In Jail A Week After Acquittal In Pakistan Blasphemy Case

    One week after the country's highest court ordered her release, a Pakistani Christian who has spent eight years on death row for blasphemy was still in prison Wednesday, with no immediate prospect of freedom.

  • In A Bid To Crush Rivals, Saudi Prince Jailed Rivals At Ritz-Carlton

    In A Bid To Crush Rivals, Saudi Prince Jailed Rivals At Ritz-Carlton

    Somewhere in this kingdom, Prince Turki bin Abdullah is locked away. Turki, 47, was once a golden scion of Saudi Arabia's gilded royal family, a prominent son of former King Abdullah and a fighter pilot with advanced degrees who trained in the United States and Britain. He was the powerful governor of Riyadh province, then chief executive of the mu...

  • Soon, A 25-Foot Statue Of Tribal Freedom Fighter Birsa Munda In Jharkhand

    Soon, A 25-Foot Statue Of Tribal Freedom Fighter Birsa Munda In Jharkhand

    Jharkhand cabinet, chaired by Chief Minister Raghubar Das on Monday, approved setting up of a 25-ft statue of freedom fighter Birsa Munda at the old Birsa Munda Central Jail in Ranchi, which is now being converted into a museum.

  • Pak Man, Freed From Jail After 16 Years, Returns Home With Bhagavad Gita

    Pak Man, Freed From Jail After 16 Years, Returns Home With Bhagavad Gita

    A Pakistani national Jalaluddin, who was released from Varanasi Central Jail on Sunday after 16 years, took home Bhagavad Gita with him. Jalaluddin was arrested from Varanasi's Cantonment area with suspicious documents and is now on his way back to his country. Senior superintendent of Varanasi Central Jail Ambrish Gaud told the media that in 2001,...

  • Sex-Workers Have Right To Refuse Their Services, Says Top Court

    Sex-Workers Have Right To Refuse Their Services, Says Top Court

    Even sex-workers have a right to refuse their services and seek redressal when forced, the Supreme Court has ruled, overturning a 2009 Delhi High Court judgement and restoring the 10 years jail awarded to four persons by a lower court.

  • Bihar Shelter Home Case Accused Moved To Punjab After Top Court Order

    Bihar Shelter Home Case Accused Moved To Punjab After Top Court Order

    Escorted by 12 policemen, Brajesh Thakur, the main accused in the Muzaffarpur horror case, set out for a high security prison in Punjab from Bhagalpur on Thursday following a Supreme Court order, police said.

  • Christian Woman Acquitted In Blasphemy Case Likely To Be Flown Out Of Pak

    Christian Woman Acquitted In Blasphemy Case Likely To Be Flown Out Of Pak

    A Christian woman who was convicted of blasphemy and was acquitted by Pakistan's Supreme Court is likely to be flown out of the country as the landmark verdict sparked countrywide protests and death threats from hardline groups.

  • Seven Killed In Suicide Attack Near Kabul Prison

    Seven Killed In Suicide Attack Near Kabul Prison

    A suicide bomber targeting a bus carrying employees of Afghanistan's biggest prison killed at least seven people on Wednesday, officials said, in the latest militant attack in the war-torn country. Another five were wounded in the blast near the facility in Kabul, which police spokesman Basir Mujahid said had hit a vehicle that staff of Pul-e-Chark...

'Jail' - 1000 Video Result(s)

'Jail' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • Indian Jailed For Killing Elderly Woman In Singapore Road Crash

    Indian Jailed For Killing Elderly Woman In Singapore Road Crash

    A 48-year-old Indian national has been sentenced to 10 months in jail and banned from driving for eight years for killing an elderly woman in a fatal accident while he was drunk. Tibrewal Sunil Kumar, a Singapore permanent resident, was sentenced on Wednesday for the crash that took place in February 2016 and resulted in the death of 61-year-old Ta...

  • BJP Leader Assaults Convict In 1984 Anti-Sikh Riots, At Delhi Court

    BJP Leader Assaults Convict In 1984 Anti-Sikh Riots, At Delhi Court

    One of the convicts in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case was today assaulted by BJP lawmaker Manjinder Singh Sirsa in Patiala House Court, moments after a court reserved its order on the quantum of punishment to be awarded to two persons for killing two men. The incident took place when the convicts were being taken by policemen to the lock up inside the...

  • Jailed Om Prakash Chautala Expels Older Son For "Anti-Party Activities"

    Jailed Om Prakash Chautala Expels Older Son For "Anti-Party Activities"

    In yet another escalation of the family feud, former Haryana chief minister Om Prakash Chautala expelled his elder son Ajay Singh from the primary membership of the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) amid indications that the party could be on the verge of a split.

  • Mining Baron Janardhan Reddy Arrested In Bribery Case In Bengaluru

    Mining Baron Janardhan Reddy Arrested In Bribery Case In Bengaluru

    Ballari's mining baron and former BJP minister Gali Janardhan Reddy, who was questioned for hours in an alleged bribery case last evening, has been arrested, the police said. Ali Khan, a close aid of Janardhan Reddy, was also arrested. The former minister, who is facing multiple charges of corruption, has already spent three years in jail. He was o...

  • Reports Of Asia Bibi Leaving For Netherlands "Fake News", Says Pakistan

    Reports Of Asia Bibi Leaving For Netherlands "Fake News", Says Pakistan

    Asia Bibi, a Christian woman freed from jail after Pakistan's top court overturned her death sentence in a blasphemy case, has not left for the Netherlands and any report saying so is most likely "fake news", Pakistani authorities said today.

  • Abhijit Iyer Mitra's Judicial Custody Extended By 14 Days

    Abhijit Iyer Mitra's Judicial Custody Extended By 14 Days

    A camp court at the special jail had reserved its verdict on the bail plea of Delhi-based journalist Abhijit Iyer Mitra and extended his jail custody by 14 days, a government advocate said on Wednesday.

  • Pak Christian Woman, Spared Death In Blasphemy Case, Freed From Jail

    Pak Christian Woman, Spared Death In Blasphemy Case, Freed From Jail

    Pakistani Christian woman Asia Bibi, who spent eight years on death row for blasphemy, has been freed from jail, her lawyer said Thursday.

  • Asia Bibi Still In Jail A Week After Acquittal In Pakistan Blasphemy Case

    Asia Bibi Still In Jail A Week After Acquittal In Pakistan Blasphemy Case

    One week after the country's highest court ordered her release, a Pakistani Christian who has spent eight years on death row for blasphemy was still in prison Wednesday, with no immediate prospect of freedom.

  • In A Bid To Crush Rivals, Saudi Prince Jailed Rivals At Ritz-Carlton

    In A Bid To Crush Rivals, Saudi Prince Jailed Rivals At Ritz-Carlton

    Somewhere in this kingdom, Prince Turki bin Abdullah is locked away. Turki, 47, was once a golden scion of Saudi Arabia's gilded royal family, a prominent son of former King Abdullah and a fighter pilot with advanced degrees who trained in the United States and Britain. He was the powerful governor of Riyadh province, then chief executive of the mu...

  • Soon, A 25-Foot Statue Of Tribal Freedom Fighter Birsa Munda In Jharkhand

    Soon, A 25-Foot Statue Of Tribal Freedom Fighter Birsa Munda In Jharkhand

    Jharkhand cabinet, chaired by Chief Minister Raghubar Das on Monday, approved setting up of a 25-ft statue of freedom fighter Birsa Munda at the old Birsa Munda Central Jail in Ranchi, which is now being converted into a museum.

  • Pak Man, Freed From Jail After 16 Years, Returns Home With Bhagavad Gita

    Pak Man, Freed From Jail After 16 Years, Returns Home With Bhagavad Gita

    A Pakistani national Jalaluddin, who was released from Varanasi Central Jail on Sunday after 16 years, took home Bhagavad Gita with him. Jalaluddin was arrested from Varanasi's Cantonment area with suspicious documents and is now on his way back to his country. Senior superintendent of Varanasi Central Jail Ambrish Gaud told the media that in 2001,...

  • Sex-Workers Have Right To Refuse Their Services, Says Top Court

    Sex-Workers Have Right To Refuse Their Services, Says Top Court

    Even sex-workers have a right to refuse their services and seek redressal when forced, the Supreme Court has ruled, overturning a 2009 Delhi High Court judgement and restoring the 10 years jail awarded to four persons by a lower court.

  • Bihar Shelter Home Case Accused Moved To Punjab After Top Court Order

    Bihar Shelter Home Case Accused Moved To Punjab After Top Court Order

    Escorted by 12 policemen, Brajesh Thakur, the main accused in the Muzaffarpur horror case, set out for a high security prison in Punjab from Bhagalpur on Thursday following a Supreme Court order, police said.

  • Christian Woman Acquitted In Blasphemy Case Likely To Be Flown Out Of Pak

    Christian Woman Acquitted In Blasphemy Case Likely To Be Flown Out Of Pak

    A Christian woman who was convicted of blasphemy and was acquitted by Pakistan's Supreme Court is likely to be flown out of the country as the landmark verdict sparked countrywide protests and death threats from hardline groups.

  • Seven Killed In Suicide Attack Near Kabul Prison

    Seven Killed In Suicide Attack Near Kabul Prison

    A suicide bomber targeting a bus carrying employees of Afghanistan's biggest prison killed at least seven people on Wednesday, officials said, in the latest militant attack in the war-torn country. Another five were wounded in the blast near the facility in Kabul, which police spokesman Basir Mujahid said had hit a vehicle that staff of Pul-e-Chark...

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