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Sohrabuddin Encounter Case: Smriti Irani Says Clear Proof Of Political Conspiracy By Congress To Destroy Amit Shah

Jan 01, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

Addressing a press conference in New Delhi, Smriti Irani, referring to the Sohrabuddin encounter case, said the Congress used the CBI to frame Amit Shah.

All 22 Accused In Sohrabuddin Sheikh Case Acquitted By CBI Court

Dec 21, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

The case attracted much attention as BJP chief Amit Shah, who was Minister of State for Home in Gujarat at the time of the incidents, was one of the accused before being discharged in 2014.

Sohrabuddin Case: HC Dismisses PIL Against CBI's Decision Not To Challenge Amit Shah's Discharge

The petition was filed by Bombay Lawyers Association questioning the CBI's decision not to challenge the discharge granted to Shah in the case.

Bombay HC Upholds Discharge Of D G Vanzara, 4 Others In Sohrabbudin Shaikh Case

Sep 10, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

The CBI had booked these officials, along with 33 other people, as accused in the "fake" encounters of Sohrabuddin Shaikh, Kausar Bi and Tulsiram Prajapati

Sohrabuddin Case: HC Completes Hearing On 5 Revision Petitions

A single bench, presided over by Justice A M Badar, was conducting hearing on a daily basis on the five revision pleas since July 4 this year.

03 April, 2018

Sohrabuddin Sheikh Fake Encounter Case: 45 Out Of 66 Witnesses Turn Hostile

Outlook Web Bureau

Sheikh and his wife Kausar Bi were allegedly abducted by the Gujarat police's Anti-Terrorism Squad from Hyderabad on their way to Sangli in Maharashtra in November 2005.

16 March, 2018

Sohrabuddin Fake Encounter Case To Be Taken Up By New Judge

Outlook Web Bureau

Three revision petitions filed by Sohrabuddin's brother Rubabuddin, and two petitions filed by the CBI were earlier being heard on a daily basis by Justice Revati Mohite-Dere.

24 January, 2018

Bombay HC Quashes Lower Court Order Barring Media From Reporting On Sohrabuddin Sheikh Fake Encounter Case Trial

Outlook Web Bureau

The trial court had passed an order prohibiting the media from publishing or printing or telecasting information pertaining to the trial proceedings.

12 January, 2018

Supreme Court Seeks Judge Loya’s Postmortem Report, Says Matter 'Very Serious'

Outlook Web Bureau

A bench of justices Arun Mishra and MM Shantanagoudar asked Maharasthra Government counsel Nishant R Katneshwarkar to file reply by January 15.

24 November, 2017

Justice A.P. Shah Demands High-Level Probe Into Justice Loya's Death

Outlook Web Bureau

"His (Loya's) family feels very strongly that there was some foul play in his death.," he said.

21 January, 2015

The Kafkalands Of India

Saba Naqvi

Looking at how the Amit Shah case has been managed, the possibility of other fake encounter cases falling apart is very real.

01 October, 2013

'Misuse Of Investigative Agencies By Ruling Party'

Arun Jaitley

"Congress cannot fight the BJP and Narendra Modi politically. Defeat stares them in the face... they have so far tried various methods of falsely implicating Narendra Modi..., Amit Shah..., and other important BJP leaders"

08 June, 2007

Close Encounters

Mohan Guruswamy

A recently released report by Transparency International shows that India's lower judiciary took Rs. 2630 crores in bribes last year. Add to that what the recent sting against RK Anand showed. Is that why the general public is willing to go along wit

16 May, 2007

The Real Fake Encounter

Rajinder Puri

Not the middle-class, but political parties and the media have always distanced themselves from this ugly reality of law and order.

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