A man, who was accused of using a forged letter in the name of then finance minister Yashwant Sinha to get a railway ticket confirmed in 2000, has been acquitted by a Delhi court on the ground that the politician was not made a witness to prove the case.
The Supreme Court on Monday ordered that legal aid be provided to a social activist for pursuing a PIL seeking a probe into non-filing of the charge sheet in a case relating to alleged circulation of controversial CD in Lucknow in 2007.
A 23-year-old youth has been sentenced to 10 years in jail for beating to death a man who was having illicit relations with his mother, by a Delhi court which held that he "lost his self-control" and committed the crime due to "sudden and grave provocation".
A court here has dismissed the plea of former Delhi Police inspector Sardar Puran Singh, an alleged aide of multi-crore fake stamp paper scam kingpin Abdul Karim Telgi, seeking production of files pertaining to over a decade-old case.
The father and elder brother of a man, who was allegedly attacked with a knife and thrown off a roof by them, have been acquitted of the charge of attempting to murder him by a Delhi court after the victim turned hostile.
A youth was stabbed by unidentified people in Ambedkar Nagar area Tuesday and his relatives alleged that the delay by policemen in rushing him to a hospital cost him his life. The police refuted the allegation.
A 22-year-old youth, who was held guilty of grievously injuring his neighbour by stabbing him with a knife, has been released on probation by a Delhi court which granted him an opportunity to reform and rehabilitate.