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11/24/2012

Pakistan      Four people shot dead in separate incidents in Sindh
Pakistan      Two persons killed in separate incidents in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
India      PLFI cadres kill two persons in Jharkhand
Pakistan      Two people shot dead in separate incidents in Balochistan
Pakistan      Two peace militia Chiefs killed in FATA
India      Two Army troopers injured in Manipur
Bangladesh      ICS cadres attacked Police in Jessore District
Pakistan      46 terror suspects arrested in Punjab
India      Four NDFB militants arrested in Assam
India      Two persons arrested along with FICN in Madhya Pradesh
India      SIMI cadre involved in 2002 BEST bus blast arrested in Andhra Pradesh
India      Two death convicts acquitted by Delhi High Court in Lajpat Nagar blast case
India      One more accused charged in Brar case
Sri Lanka      Sri Lankan Government protests leaking of UN internal review report prior to release
Nepal      President Ram Baran Yadav gives a week time to reach consensus on Government
Pakistan      HRCP decries sectarian killings in Pakistan
Pakistan      Mobile and wireless phone services suspended to thwart terror attacks
India      CRPF DG visits Maoist-affected Gadchiroli District of Maharashtra
India      Hardline strategist to replace Kishenji, says report
India      100 militants waiting to infiltrate, says Jammu central zone IGP







 
India
Two death convicts acquitted by Delhi High Court in Lajpat Nagar blast case

The Delhi High Court on November 22, acquitted two death sentence convicts and commuted the capital punishment to life imprisonment for another in Lajpat Nagar (Delhi) bomb blast case (May 21, 1996), reports The Hindu. It, however, upheld the life term awarded to the fourth accused. All the four (alleged Jammu & Kashmir Islamic Front-JKIF militants) had been held guilty and sentenced by a lower court in 2010.  

A Division Bench, comprising Justices S. Ravindra Bhat and G.P. Mittal, said: “The nature of grave prosecution lapses, in regard to various issues such as lack of proof connecting some of the accused with the bomb incident, failure to hold TIP [Test Identification Parade] of articles and the accused, … [and] not recording the statements of vital witnesses…. underline not only its lapses and inefficiencies, but also throw up a question mark as to the nature and truthfulness of the evidence produced.”

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