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Court issues summons to Anil, Tina Ambani in 2G case

A Delhi court Saturday issued summons to Reliance ADA Group chairman Anil Ambani and his wife Tina Ambani to appear as prosecution witnesses before it next month in the 2G Spectrum allocation case.

Court again defers verdict in Delhi gang-rape case


An Indian court trying a teenager over the fatal gang-rape of a student last December on a bus in the capital delayed announcing the first verdict in the case on Thursday, lawyers said.

3 Christian women paraded naked in Pak, court orders probe

Over a month after a Muslim landlord allegedly paraded three Christian women naked in Pakistan’s Punjab province, a court here has finally taken notice of the matter and directed a judge to investigate the incident.

Court rejects UP govt’s plea to withdraw case against two

The UP government’s plea to withdraw case against two alleged HuJI operatives in connection with seizure of explosives here after the 2007 Gorakhpur blasts was today rejected by a local court.

Notice to Karunanidhi for anti-Hindu remarks


Chennai: The Madras HC on Friday, permitted a petitioner to issue private notice by way of courier/speed post or telegram to former CM and DMK leader M. Karunanidhi for his alleged remarks against Hi

Name KVP in Jagan case, court tells CBI


Hyderabad: The CBI special court on Tuesday took serious note of the CBI not naming Member of Parliament and close associate of YSR, K.V.P. Ramachandra Rao, as an accused in the illegal investments c

CBI court frames charges against Kalmadi, 9 others in CWG scam


New Delhi: A Delhi court on Monday fixed charges against former CWG Organising Committee chairman Suresh Kalmadi for cheating, forgery and criminal conspiracy.
The CBI court framed the charges agains

Another battle for next Army Chief

The dust has hardly settled after former Army Chief Gen V K Singh's court battle with the Government when another General is planning to move court to seek elevation as an Army Commander from June 1 w

Games offered by websites involving money can't be legal: Court

The online games involving money cannot be held to be legal and websites hosting them cannot be given any protection under the Constitution, while banks too can deny them their normal services, a Delh

Feds ask NY court to block anti-terrorism ruling

The US Justice Department has asked a federal appeals court to immediately halt the effects of a New York judge's ruling finding an anti-terrorism law unconstitutional for being too broad.


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