NEW DELHI - India Friday denied condoning custodial torture saying any "aberrations" of human rights violations were dealt with firmly and under legal mechanisms. This followed the latest WikiLeaks expose on the alleged abuse of detainees in Jammu and Kashmir.
NEW DELHI - A Supreme Court verdict directing court monitoring of the CBI probe into the 2G spectrum scam has revealed the impolite language that sacked communictions minister A. Raja had used in a communication to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
NEW DELHI - To encourage people-to-people contact between India and Pakistan, the legal fraternities of both countries will come together to create a common platform for cooperation.
LONDON - Campaigners, who are against plans to redevelop the former home of Sherlock Holmes creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, have sought the help of the High Court.