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China: Court sentences man to five years imprisonment for selling endangered animals

China: Court sentences man to five years imprisonment for selling endangered animals

The man, who has been identified by his surname Wei, conducted his business on social media platforms and managed pet stores that sold animals including otters, boa constrictors and toucans since 2015, the people's court of Dongxing city said.

Court acquits BJP MLA, two others in rape case

The court absolved BJP legislator Umesh Aggarwal and Sandeep Luthra for alleged offences of rape.

No information on Kulbhushan Jadhav's health and whereabouts: MEA

The MEA spokesperson Gopal Baglay on Wednesday said that that there was no information about the location and health of Kulbhushan Jadhav, who has been sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court on charges of "spying".

You are more qualified, you can't sit idle and be parasite on husband's income  — Delhi court tells woman

You are more qualified, you can't sit idle and be parasite on husband's income — Delhi court tells woman

A Delhi court refused to enhance the monthly interim maintenance awarded to a woman in a domestic violence case, saying she was not supposed to sit idle at home and be a parasite on the husband’s earnings.

Ludhiana farmer gets Shatabdi Express train as compensation by Court

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Quota for disabled: Supreme Court raps states, UTs for not filing report

Quota for disabled: Supreme Court raps states, UTs for not filing report

The Supreme Court on Wednesday pulled up some states and Union territories (UTs) for not filing the status report with regard to implementation of its verdict and the legal scheme to grant of reservation to differently abled people and asked them to furnish the same within two weeks.

Two imprisoned for cow slaughter in Uttar Pradesh

Two imprisoned for cow slaughter in Uttar Pradesh

 A court here has sentenced two persons to five-year imprisonment for slaughtering cows in Shamli district in 2007.

Maharashtra: Video showing NCP MLA 'holding court' goes viral

A video purportedly showing NCP MLA Jitendra Awhad "holding court" for a teenage molestation victim, wherein she is seen hitting the accused has gone viral after the lawmaker uploaded the clip on social media.

I hope I never have to be in court in real life: Amitabh Bachchan

I hope I never have to be in court in real life: Amitabh Bachchan

Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan may be playing a lawyer in his upcoming film "Pink" but the actor says he hopes he never has to face a real court in life.

Court rejects anticipatory bail plea of rebel BJP MLA Kotadiya

Court rejects anticipatory bail plea of rebel BJP MLA Kotadiya

Additional Sessions Judge of Ahmedabad rural D P Gohil dismissed the anticipatory bail plea on the ground that allegations against him were serious in nature and the matter was under investigation.

Myth REVEALED! Why do judges break pen nib in court room after death sentence

Myth REVEALED! Why do judges break pen nib in court room after death sentence

But now several hypothesis were being put forwarded for this ritual that may us help solve this puzzle.

Court dismisses FIR plea against Khurshid, Bansal

Court dismisses FIR plea against Khurshid, Bansal

Special CBI Judge Vinod Kumar cited lack of evidence to suggest criminality in the matter and rejected the plea that had sought registration of an FIR.

Four convicted under Gangster Act

A special court here has sentenced two persons to ten years imprisonment, holding them guilty under the Gangster Act.

Teacher who sat for anthem deserved pay cut: Japan Court

A school was right to cut the pay of a teacher who refused to stand for the national anthem, a Japanese court has ruled.

Focus back on Nizam fund after British court judgement

Osman Ali Khan, who was the world`s richest man of his time, died in 1967.

Qatar convicts Dutch woman who says she was raped

Adultery, or illicit sex, is treated as a serious crime in Qatar.

Key points of judgement acquitting ​Maoist leader Kobad Ghandy of terror charges

Key points of judgement acquitting ​Maoist leader Kobad Ghandy of terror charges

A Delhi court on Friday while acquitting Maoist ideologue Kobad Ghandy of terror charges said that he cannot be held guilty under the provisions of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) "on the basis of suspicion".

Mercedes hit-and-run case: Court seeks reply from police

Mercedes hit-and-run case: Court seeks reply from police

Additional Sessions Judge Vimal Kumar Yadav fixed July 2 for hearing the arguments of Delhi police and the boy on the appeal.