Archive for April, 2009

On the date of hearing on 24th April, the prosecution lawyer Adv.Ezaz Khan was granted condonation for the delay in appeal to the High Court in response to the defendant’s complaint. The main contention of the defendant was that since the prosecution delayed the appeal for more than 72 days, it should not be allowed […]


Caste inequities can be reduced only by highlighting caste and related differences.  It’s time India Inc. went from being caste-blind to becoming caste-sensitive.  Following is an article from ‘Outlook Magazine’ directly interacting with Indian Corporate Stalwarts and testing their conditioned views.  Thanks BC ! ——— You don’t take a person who, for years, has been hobbled by […]


Last month C.B.I. submitted the petition in Nagpur Bench of High Court In Khairlanji Massacre Case after a lapse of around six months. The readers may recall that on 24th September 08, trial court in Bhandara had convicted eight accused among which six were punished with capital punishment and other two were sentenced with life […]


The day 14th April has special significance for human history for the direction it set by witnessing a birth of an Enlighened being. Everywhere in the world the day is celebrated every year from japan, Korea, Europe to Orissa and North East. We salute this great architect of Modern India and a role model,Dr Ambedkar, […]


A trial court here on Saturday acquitted all the 10 accused in the Narayanpur massacre case in Bihar’s Jehanabad district in which 11 Dalits were shot dead by the banned Ranvir Sena 10 years ago, for want of evidence. Additional district and sessions judge, Jehanabad, Shambhu Nath Mishra, acquitted them as the prosecution failed to […]


At 10 am on Friday, people poured into the Sardar Patel shopping centre at Patan which houses the fast-track court trying the Patan rape case. Some policemen were standing guard outside the complex. A casual conversation with them revealed that the verdict in the gangrape case would be passed at 11 am. The verdict, however, […]