The Bombay High Court has upheld the life sentence awarded by the lower court to a 26-year-old man who murdered his friend following a row over a wristwatch.
Citing lack of evidence, the Sessions court here on Wednesday acquitted a man accused of raping his step daughter.
Bombay High Court has held that in a murder case based on circumstantial evidence, conviction can be imposed on an accused even if the motive for the killing is not established.
The prime suspect of a real estate developer murder case who had been evading arrest for over five months today surrendered before a court here.
Day in Pics: 20th September
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