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Extra-judicial killing in Manipur: SC asks Centre to segregate cases

Extra-judicial killing in Manipur: SC asks Centre to segregate cases

The Supreme Court asked the Centre on Friday to segregate the cases related to the armed forces from the list of 265 incidents of extra-judicial killings in Manipur, which it would deal with first on a plea seeking probe into such alleged fake encounter killings.

Manipur Assembly elections 2017: What all are the burning issues in this crucial electoral battle

With Manipur going to polls on March 4 and 8, political parties have a host of issues to contend with.

SC extends time to probe encounter killings in Gujarat

The Supreme Court on Friday granted three more months to the Special Task Force (STF) to conclude its ongoing probe into alleged fake encounter killings in Gujarat between 2002 and 2006.

Sohrabuddin's fake encounter: SC rejects plea against clean chit to BJP chief Amit Shah

The Supreme Court on Monday rejected a petition challenging the discharge of BJP President Amit Shah in Sohrabuddin Sheikh fake encounter case.

Slain Haryana gangster's 'girlfriend', her mother arrested

The Special Investigation Team (SIT) of Mumbai Police, which is probing the encounter, detained Divya Pahuja and her mother Sonia in Gurgaon earlier in the day and questioned them as suspects in the case.

Ishrat Jahan inquiry panel recovers one key document

The one-man inquiry panel, set up to trace the missing files related to alleged fake encounter killing case of Ishrat Jahan, has found one key document after examination of a few senior officers.

If Ishrat Jahan trial goes to court PM Modi, Amit Shah may be summoned as accused, says Congress

If Ishrat Jahan trial goes to court PM Modi, Amit Shah may be summoned as accused, says Congress

The Congress said on Sunday that it was the duty of the judiciary to decide if Ishrat ​Jahan was a terrorist or not.

Ishrat Jahan was LeT operative, David​ Headley tells Mumbai court

Ishrat Jahan was LeT operative, David​ Headley tells Mumbai court

Pakistani-American terrorist-turned-approver David Coleman Headley on Thursday said Thane collegian Ishrat Jahan, shot dead in an alleged shootout with police in 2004, was a Lashkar-e-Taiba member and hinted that she could be a potential suicide bomber.

Our position on Ishrat vindicated by Headley's statement: MHA

Home Ministry officials on Thursday said their position that Ishrat Jahan, who was killed in an alleged fake encounter in 2004 in Gujarat, was a terrorist has been vindicated by the statement of Lashkar-e-Taiba operative David Headley before a Mumbai court.

Manipur CM should quit for 'fake encounter', demands BJP

Manipur Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh must resign, taking moral responsibility for an allegedly fake encounter here in 2009 after a policeman "confessed" to having killed an unarmed young man, the state unit of BJP demanded on Sunday.