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Sabarmati Blast case: Court acquits former AMU scholar

Sabarmati Blast case: Court acquits former AMU scholar

Charges were also filed against them under the Indian Railways Act and Explosive Substances Act. Mr. Wani, who was arrested by the Delhi Police in 2001 allegedly with explosives and incriminating material, is a resident of Peeparkari area of Srinagar and is now lodged in a Lucknow jail.



'Zero' Russia collusion; 'whole thing has been a witch hunt'

Mueller, who served as FBI director between September 2001 and September 2013, will have the authority to investigate whether the Russian government colluded with individuals associated with Trump's campaign and to prosecute federal crimes uncovered in the probe.



Russian Federation probe reaches current White House official

On a day the administration hoped that Trump could leave scandalous allegations at home as he began his first trip overseas as president, the development was unwelcome at the White House. His answer to those questions will carry significant weight with lawmakers, who have already asked for copies of that memo. Democrats said the new stories underscore their belief that Trump fired Comey in order to shut down the Russian Federation probe.



Despite Promise, Trump Won't Be Moving US Embassy To Jerusalem

The "two-state solution on the basis of the 1967 borders, with Jerusalem as the capital of both states" is the only way to achieve lasting peace between Israelis and Palestinians, say MEPs in a resolution adopted on Thursday (18 May). The move away from preconditions does, however, put the ball in Israel's court, and puts the pressure on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has previously talked up unconditional peace talks, but whose far-right government largely opposes the peace deal as ...


Pak lawyer at ICJ was hired by UPA in 2004: Rao

Pak lawyer at ICJ was hired by UPA in 2004: Rao

As per an article in The Lawyer, Serle Court chambers' lawyer Khawar Qureshi was appointed as counsel by the government of India. The lawyer, who has been blamed by many experts and politicians in Pakistan for not preparing well for the case and leaving many loopholes in his arguments, told Geo News that "references to his fees were complete lies fabricated by Indian Twitterati and Indian nationals behind such baseless propaganda may have government backing".