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Shashi Tharoor and Sunanda Pushkar

Sunanda Pushkar death case: Delhi court allows Tharoor to travel abroad

A Delhi court on Tuesday allowed Congress MP Shashi Tharoor to travel to USA from May 5 to May 20. Tharoor is facing charges for...
Sunanda Pushkar murder case: Patiala House court summons accused Shashi Tharoor on July 7

Sunanda Pushkar death case transferred to sessions court

The trial of the Sunanda Pushkar death case will be adjudicated by Additional Sessions Judge Arun Bhardwaj as the offence under Section 306 (abetment...
Sunanda Pushkar

Sunanda Pushkar death case adjourned to Jan 9

Patiala House court on Monday deferred the hearing of Sunanda Pushkar death case to January 8 owing to further compliance under section 207 CrPC. The...
Armed Forces Special Powers Act: A Suicidal Plea

Armed Forces Special Powers Act: A Suicidal Plea

Above: Activists stage a dharna against AFSPA in Imphal. There have allegedly been 1,528 extra-judicial killings by security forces in Manipur between 2000 and...
Extramarital Relationships: A Complicated Affair

Extramarital Relationships: A Complicated Affair!

In a debatable judgment, the apex court convicts a man on the grounds that his illicit relations with another woman abetted his wife’s suicide ~By...
Illustration by Anthony Lawrence

Abetment to Suicide: Stop the Blame Game!

Above: Illustration by Anthony Lawrence Coming to the rescue of those accused, courts have said they cannot be held responsible for the acts of the...
Abetment to Suicide What a Relief!

Abetment to Suicide: What a Relief!

High Courts have reinforced that a suicide note naming a person is not sufficient evidence of the offence of abetment. This will relieve innocent...

Lawyer alleges Jiah Khan was killed, made to look like suicide

The Jiah Khan death case took a new turn today with the victim’s lawyer alleging that the actress was “killed” and it was made...

Too little, too late

Why are US colleges going slow in dealing with campus sexual assaults? By Abbie Nehring, ProPublica During their time at college, the Department of Justice estimates...

'suicide' - 9 News Results

Shashi Tharoor and Sunanda Pushkar

Sunanda Pushkar death case: Delhi court allows Tharoor to travel abroad

A Delhi court on Tuesday allowed Congress MP Shashi Tharoor to travel to USA from May 5 to May 20. Tharoor is facing charges for...
Sunanda Pushkar murder case: Patiala House court summons accused Shashi Tharoor on July 7

Sunanda Pushkar death case transferred to sessions court

The trial of the Sunanda Pushkar death case will be adjudicated by Additional Sessions Judge Arun Bhardwaj as the offence under Section 306 (abetment...
Sunanda Pushkar

Sunanda Pushkar death case adjourned to Jan 9

Patiala House court on Monday deferred the hearing of Sunanda Pushkar death case to January 8 owing to further compliance under section 207 CrPC. The...
Armed Forces Special Powers Act: A Suicidal Plea

Armed Forces Special Powers Act: A Suicidal Plea

Above: Activists stage a dharna against AFSPA in Imphal. There have allegedly been 1,528 extra-judicial killings by security forces in Manipur between 2000 and...
Extramarital Relationships: A Complicated Affair

Extramarital Relationships: A Complicated Affair!

In a debatable judgment, the apex court convicts a man on the grounds that his illicit relations with another woman abetted his wife’s suicide ~By...
Illustration by Anthony Lawrence

Abetment to Suicide: Stop the Blame Game!

Above: Illustration by Anthony Lawrence Coming to the rescue of those accused, courts have said they cannot be held responsible for the acts of the...
Abetment to Suicide What a Relief!

Abetment to Suicide: What a Relief!

High Courts have reinforced that a suicide note naming a person is not sufficient evidence of the offence of abetment. This will relieve innocent...

Lawyer alleges Jiah Khan was killed, made to look like suicide

The Jiah Khan death case took a new turn today with the victim’s lawyer alleging that the actress was “killed” and it was made...

Too little, too late

Why are US colleges going slow in dealing with campus sexual assaults? By Abbie Nehring, ProPublica During their time at college, the Department of Justice estimates...

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