Court to hear women panel’s plea for rape victim

NEW DELHI - The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) Tuesday approached the Delhi High Court after a rape victim, under pressure, accepted a marriage offer of the accused, who has been denied bail by a city court.

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Rapist offers to marry his victim, but women’s panel objects

NEW DELHI - The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) Tuesday approached the Delhi High Court after a rape victim, under pressure, accepted a marriage offer of herr attacker, who has been denied bail by a city court.

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Youth gets life term for kidnapping, rape

NEW DELHI - A youth who kidnapped and raped a six-year-old girl before strangling her to death and then attempted to destroy evidence by setting her body on fire has been awarded rigorous life imprisonment by a city court.

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AIIMS pulled up for negligence in treating child

NEW DELHI - The Delhi High Court Tuesday criticised the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) for its callous attitude in treating patients and asked the hospital administration to avoid ‘internal fighting’.

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Sahara takes Jet Airways to court

MUMBAI - Sahara India Commercial Corp (SICCL) has moved the Bombay High Court against Jet Airways, charging it with not paying instalments for buying the erstwhile Sahara Airlines (now JetLite) in April 2007, Jet said Tuesday.

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Mulayam doubts CBI neutrality, wants judicial probe in wealth

NEW DELHI - Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav Tuesday urged the Supreme Court to order a judicial probe into the allegations that he and his family members owned wealth exceeding their legal income.

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Citigroup, Inc. Voluntary FA Capital Accumulation Program Participants filed class action lawsuit against Citigroup, Inc.

On behalf of all persons who participated in the Citigroup, Inc. Voluntary FA Capital Accumulation Program, Dostart Clapp Gordon & Coveney, LLP filed a class action lawsuit in the United States District Court, Southern District of California, .

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Harford gasoline additive MTBE pollution case is waiting for class action status

The Peter G. Angelos law firm filed the lawsuit as a class action on behalf of about 150 families and businesses whose wells were contaminated by the gasoline additive MTBE. The plaintiffs are seeking more than $530 million in individual damages and billions of dollars in restoration damages.

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Class action status denied on Funeral Industry antitrust lawsuit

On March 26, class certification in two previously disclosed antitrust lawsuits against Batesville Casket Company, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Hillenbrand, Inc. was denied by United States District Judge.

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Court stays CIC order on revealing Delhi shootout information

NEW DELHI - The Delhi High Court Tuesday stayed the Central Information Commission (CIC) order directing Delhi Police to reveal autopsy reports of two suspected terrorists and a police inspector killed during a shootout here last year.

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