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Bengaluru gang rape: India hands over Bangladeshi victim

India today (May 21, 2022) handed over the victim, who was gang-raped in the southern Indian city of Bengaluru in May last year, to Bangladesh.

9 Bangladeshis convicted of gang rape in India’s Bengaluru

A special court in India’s Bengaluru city has convicted nine Bangladeshis and punished them with sentences ranging from five years to life imprisonment in connection with the gang-rape of a another Bangladeshi in May last year.

Vijay Mallya a ‘fugitive economic offender’: Indian court

A court in India set up under anti-money laundering laws declares Indian liquor and aviation tycoon Vijay Mallya a “fugitive economic offender” today, paving the way for the government to seize his assets.

'Husband may steal, beg to maintain wife, child'

A court in India rules that a man may steal, beg or borrow in order to maintain his family.

Indian court convicts gangster over journalist murder

An Indian court convicts notorious gangster Chhota Rajan and eight others of murdering a journalist in a drive-by shooting in Mumbai seven years ago.

India court commutes death sentence for deadly Gujarat riots

An Indian court commutes the death sentences given by a lower court to 11 people after one of the many deadly riots that swept the western state of Gujarat 15 years ago in which more than 1,000 people died.

India court convicts 24 over 2002 Gujarat riots massacre

An Indian court convicts two dozen people today over a massacre during religious riots 14 years ago when Prime Minister Narendra Modi was chief minister of Gujarat state.

Indian court rejects hanged girls probe

An Indian court has rejected a federal police report which had ruled that two teenage girls found hanging from a tree in India last year took their own lives and were not gang-raped and murdered.

Salahuddin’s trial begins in Shillong court

Trial of BNP leader Salahuddin Ahmed, accused of trespassing into India, begins at a Shillong court with the recording of the statement of one of the two witnesses.

May 16, 2015
May 16, 2015

Courts tilt towards rich

Salman and Jayalalithaa can afford the best of legal brains in the country. But the judges, who heard their cases, too have to see that they deliver justice however weak the prosecution is.

April 9, 2015
April 9, 2015

India’s outsourcing giant guilty of fraud

An Indian court sentenced the founder of an outsourcing giant and nine others to seven years in prison each after convicting them of stealing millions of dollars in one of the largest frauds in the country's corporate history.