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Today's News Headlines -The Best and Trending Shots of the Day
Today's News Headlines -The Best and Trending Shots of the Day

Ranchi law student rape case- 11 men have been convicted by Ranchi‘s fast track court for gang-raping a law student on November 26 last year who was raped by 12 people, including one Juvenile while she was speaking to a friend under a shade in Sangrampur area in Kanke town some 2.5 km away from the college campus. The court of principal Law commission of Navneet Kumar heard the case on a day to day basis and has pronounced the judgment in a little more than 90 days holding all the adult accused guilty.



The curative petition filed by Pawan Gupta, one of the four death row convicts in the 2012 Nirbhaya gang rape and murder case has been dismissed by the Supreme Court of India on Monday



“We can’t handle that”, controlling violence during riots is the job of the executive and not the judiciary, we can’t stop things from happening, we cannot give preventive release, we can only deal with the situation after it occurs, says Chief Justice of India SA Bobde while hearing a plea filed by some riot victims demanding a FIR against BJP leaders Anurag Thakur, Kapil Mishra, Parvez Verma for their hate speeches demanding



The first batch of 30 judicial officers from the Supreme Court of Nepal have begun their seven-day training on “Case management and Court management”,  at the National Law University, Jodhpur in Rajasthan from Monday – This is a tailor-made course specifically designed at the request of the government of Nepal that will enhance the capacity of participating officers to efficiently deal with issues related to case and court management and use of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in the administration of justice



Justice AK Sikri outlines radical reform to reduce the piling up of cases saying the Centre should amend article 136 of the Constitution so that the cases which are at the state level and arise out of state laws are dealt with the respective High Courts instead of burdening the Supreme Court of India



Students suicide case- The Bombay High Court has recently been informed that the police has given a ‘clean chit’ to 4 teachers including the one teaching Sanskrit, six years after being booked for abetting the suicide of three minor students in a Virar-based school – the court was informed that the police did not find any ‘incriminating’ material against the teachers except that the students were beaten up by the teachers



The Delhi High Court seeks the Centre’s response within three weeks on a batch of petitions seeking constitution of a judicial commission to draft a uniform civil code



The Centre has been directed by the Delhi High Court to provide details of the government bungalows that have been vacated, re-allotted on the recovery of dues of penal interest made in respect of illegally occupied residences – the direction came after the court was informed by the housing ministry that out of the approximately 565 illegally occupied accommodations, 347 have been vacated and 69 have been re-allotted



A compensation of Rs.24.15 Lakhs provided to the riot-affected victims in the North East Delhi with the death toll touching 47 on Monday



Madras High Court on maternity benefits- Counts twins as two deliveries – the court has ruled that if a working woman gives birth to a child in the second delivery after twins in the first, she is not entitled to maternity benefits as it should be treated as the third child. – As per existing rules, a woman can avail maternity benefits only for her first two deliveries




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