List of those sentenced in Godhra case

AHMEDABAD - Of the 31 people convicted in the 2002 Godhra train carnage case, 11 have been sentenced to death and 20 to life imprisonment.

Bombay HC slams Maharashtra Govt. for trying to curb police powers

NEW DELHI - The Bombay High Court on Tuesday criticizing the Maharashtra Government asked it to explain its motive behind issuing a circular asking police officials not to record instructions coming from politicians within two weeks.

Lawyers’ strike against abductions leaves courtrooms deserted in Balochistan

QUETTA - Lawyers have boycotted court proceedings across Balochistan to protest against the abductions of lawyers and judges in the province, and demanded their immediate and safe recovery.

37-billion-rupee Pak NATO containers scam report to be out in one month

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan's Supreme Court has given one-month's time to the Federal Board of Revenue for furnishing a final report in the NATO containers corruption case, which caused a whopping 37-billion-rupee loss to the national exchequer.
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Levi & Korsinsky, LLP Files Class Action Lawsuit Against J.Crew Group, Inc.

NEW YORK (GaeaTimes.com) -- Levi & Korsinsky, LLP has filed a class action lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York on behalf of current stockholders of J.Crew Group, Inc.

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‘More funds needed for women, child development’

NEW DELHI - Even as the allocation for the social sector has been increased 17 percent by Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee in the budget proposals for 2011-12, little increase has been seen in the funds for women and child development, says a prominent social activist.

US envoy, EU delegation to China condemn attacks on journalists

BEIJING - The US ambassador and European Union delegation to China Monday condemned China's failure to ensure the safety of foreign journalists, a day after a reporter was beaten and scores more harassed and detained.
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SC issues notice to Union Carbide Corporation, Dow Chemicals

NEW DELHI - The Supreme Court on Monday issued notices to Union Carbide Corporation, Dow Chemicals and others on a plea filed by the Centre seeking enhancement of compensation to the victims of the 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy from Rs.

Spectrum scam, black money case to top apex court agenda

NEW DELHI - After a relatively calm week for the government, hounded by allegations of scams, the Supreme Court is all set to hear this week cases relating to 2G spectrum allocation, black money stashed in foreign banks and corporate lobbyist Niira Radia's wire-tapping.
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Alahabad high court to resume hearing of Talwars’ plea

ALLAHABAD - The Allahabad High Court will resume the hearing of Nupur Talwar's plea challenging a Ghaziabad CBI court's order which made her and her husband, Rajesh Talwar, the main accused in the murder of their teenage daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj.

Activists call for stringent law to check corruption

NEW DELHI - Thousands of people, including social activists, Sunday took out a march demanding stringent laws against corruption and black money stashed in foreign banks.

Over 100 Hindu rights activists arrested in Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysian police Sunday arrested more than 100 members of a Hindu rights group for participating in an "illegal" rally here to protest against a controversial school textbook they say has elements derogatory to ethnic Indians.

500 Indians return from Libya with horror tales (Fifth Lead)

NEW DELHI - Some hugged and kissed in relief as over 500 Indians arrived here from Libya in two specially arranged flights Sunday, after days of harassment, fear and hopelessness in the north African country where a mass revolt has erupted against Muammar Gaddafi.

Harrowing tales as over 500 Indians return from Libya (Fourth Lead)

NEW DELHI - The dawn of Sunday brought more than 500 Indians here from Libya with tales of suffering and killings in the strife-torn country.

Over 500 evacuees from Libya reach Delhi (Third Lead)

NEW DELHI - Over 500 Indian nationals were brought to the capital from strife-torn Libya in two flights specially arranged by Air India, after an anti-government uprising put their lives at risk, officials said Sunday.
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