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A special court in Rajasthan’s Ajmer on Thursday acquitted prime accused and alleged mastermind Abdul Karima Tunda in the 1993 serial train blast case. The court also convicted other two accused namely, Aminuddin and Irfan and sentenced them to life imprisonment. The court pointed out lack of evidence against Abdul Karim Tunda. Reportedly, two people were killed and many more were injured in a blast on multiple trains on the first anniversary of the 1992 Babri Masjid demolition. Abdul Kar...

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An Island Of Despair

With tensions reaching the sky, the Calcutta High Court’s decision to allow opposition politicians to visit Sandeshkhali in West Bengal has thrown some light into the area’s sordid incidents

Animal Instincts

The legislative assembly of the state has adopted...

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A proposal to abolish cantonments, for which the defence ministry incurs about Rs 500 crore, has been welcomed by civilians residing there as it will mean restoration of their ownership and fundamental rights

Electoral bonds: A milestone judgment

The verdict, which reintroduces caps on corporate...

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Enter the Dragon

Several Chinese villages along the LAC are getting occupied, posing a threat to the North-east. With Chinese territorial aggression growing, dialogue and confidence-building measures are the need of the hour

Funding Conundrum

The apex court’s verdict on the Electoral Bonds Scheme signals the coming of age of a strong citizen rights jurisprudence in the country. Another laxman rekha has been breached, and for good, but is there an alternative?

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Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud has urged the legal fraternity to understand the peoples' problems and improve their lives with the help of laws. Speaking during the felicitation function of newly sworn-in judges, organised by the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) on Wednesday, the CJI said that while it was important to have the knowledge of law and the context of its enactment, the understanding of people's struggles was what made excellent lawyers and judges. The CJI, while co...