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Confessions made to officers in drugs cases not admissible, says SC

Although the central government argued that officers under the NDPS Act cannot be called police officers, the bench concluded that any officer who is invested with the power of investigation and who can prepare an investigation report essentially is a police officer.
Supreme Court in New Delhi.(PTI File Photo)
Supreme Court in New Delhi.(PTI File Photo)
Updated on Oct 30, 2020 01:39 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByAbraham Thomas

Man linked to Rajasthan horse-trading tapes refuses to give voice sample

Sanjay Jain’s counsel said his client does not trust the agency which is investigating the case.
Sanjay Jain’s counsel had also filed a bail application which would be heard by the local court on August 4. (Photo@jaipur_police)
Sanjay Jain’s counsel had also filed a bail application which would be heard by the local court on August 4. (Photo@jaipur_police)
Updated on Jul 31, 2020 11:19 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, Jaipur | ByJaykishan Sharma | Edited by Ashutosh Tripathi

Custodial torture and violence is wrong. It is time for a stronger law

Jayaraj and Bennicks died not just due to abuse, but also because of the apathy of the magistrate and doctors
The Indian Evidence Act, 1872, provides that a judicial officer is supposed to draw the presumption that judicial and official acts have been performed in an appropriate manner(Arvind Yadav/HT)
The Indian Evidence Act, 1872, provides that a judicial officer is supposed to draw the presumption that judicial and official acts have been performed in an appropriate manner(Arvind Yadav/HT)
Updated on Jul 13, 2020 05:08 AM IST
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ByJyotika Kalra

Law students to learn Indian art of advocacy

Ancient Indian logic takes within its sweep the Baudhic and Jain knowledge systems that prescribe ways to arrive at the truth.
Students enrolled in the bachelors laws programme at the Maharashtra National Law University in Nagpur will soon learn the ancient Indian logic of arriving at truth in a lawsuit.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)
Students enrolled in the bachelors laws programme at the Maharashtra National Law University in Nagpur will soon learn the ancient Indian logic of arriving at truth in a lawsuit.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)
Published on Nov 25, 2019 01:59 AM IST
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Nothing incriminating in docus used against Sudha Bharadwaj, says her lawyer

Choudhary, while replying to queries posed by a bench of justice Sarang Kotwal regarding admissibility of letters recovered from the computers of co-accused Surendra Gadling and Rona Wilson, submitted that as per the Evidence Act, the documents could suffice to implicate the two if the said documents were written by them and recovered from their possession, but not Bharadwaj.
Sudha Bharadwaj arrested in connection with the Bhima-Koregaon case should be granted bail as the documents that the state has relied on don’t incriminate her, the activist’s lawyer Yug Choudhary argued in the Bombay high court on Friday.(HT Photo)
Sudha Bharadwaj arrested in connection with the Bhima-Koregaon case should be granted bail as the documents that the state has relied on don’t incriminate her, the activist’s lawyer Yug Choudhary argued in the Bombay high court on Friday.(HT Photo)
Updated on Sep 07, 2019 02:23 AM IST
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Mumbai | ByK A Y Dodhiya, Mumbai

Opinion | 90 years later, India must send Simon back

More than 250 British laws, defining the basic framework of Constitution, continue to govern us. They must go
It’s time for India to undo colonial-era legislations(Getty Images)
It’s time for India to undo colonial-era legislations(Getty Images)
Updated on Jul 19, 2019 09:44 PM IST
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ByArghya Sengupta

M J Akbar cross-examined in defamation case

He filed the suit after Ramani last year accused Akbar of sexual misconduct in 1993 when he was the editor and proprietor of the Asian Age, and she was applying for a job at the paper.
Former Union minister M J Akbar’s cross-examination continued on Monday in the criminal defamation suit that he filed against journalist Priya Ramani.(Vipin Kumar/HT PHOTO)
Former Union minister M J Akbar’s cross-examination continued on Monday in the criminal defamation suit that he filed against journalist Priya Ramani.(Vipin Kumar/HT PHOTO)
Published on May 20, 2019 11:58 PM IST
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SC to decide today if ‘privileged’ Rafale papers can be used as evidence

The Centre had claimed privilege over documents pertaining to the Rafale fighter jet deal with France and said those documents cannot be considered in evidence as per Section 123 of the Indian Evidence Act.
While the Centre was making submission that the documents can be withheld from disclosure under the RTI Act in view of the national security, the top court said Section 22 of the RTI Act gave it an overriding effect over the Official Secrets Act.(REUTERS)
While the Centre was making submission that the documents can be withheld from disclosure under the RTI Act in view of the national security, the top court said Section 22 of the RTI Act gave it an overriding effect over the Official Secrets Act.(REUTERS)
Updated on Apr 10, 2019 12:04 AM IST
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New Delhi | ByPress Trust of India

Teen boy convicted of rape on 13-year-old victim’s testimony in Ludhiana

She deposed before the Juvenile Justice Board that she was at her house with her brother, aged about one year, when the boy, his neighbour, entered her house saying he wanted to charge his phone.
(Representative image)
(Representative image)
Updated on Mar 17, 2019 10:12 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, Ludhiana | ByAneeshaSareen Kumar

Aseemanand’s confession in blast case to police not voluntary: NIA court

The NIA court also maintained that a person cannot be considered “communal or anti-social” only because of links to the RSS, which is not a banned organisation
Police produce 2007 Ajmer Bomb Blast case accused Swami Aseemanand in a court in Jaipur.(PTI File Photo)
Police produce 2007 Ajmer Bomb Blast case accused Swami Aseemanand in a court in Jaipur.(PTI File Photo)
Updated on Apr 24, 2018 10:47 AM IST
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Press Trust of India, Hyderabad | ByPress Trust of India

President Kovind signs ordinance seeking death penalty for rape of children

The ordinance stipulates stringent punishment for perpetrators of rape, particularly of girls below 16 and 12 years. Death sentence has been provided for rapists of girls under 12 years.
People participate in a candle light vigil as they protest against the rape of an eight-year-old girl in Kathua near Jammu, and a teenager in Uttar Pradesh’s Unnao, in Ahmedabad.(REUTERS)
People participate in a candle light vigil as they protest against the rape of an eight-year-old girl in Kathua near Jammu, and a teenager in Uttar Pradesh’s Unnao, in Ahmedabad.(REUTERS)
Updated on Apr 22, 2018 01:31 PM IST
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