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MEETING CHALLENGE – Best was a tough case, concedes judge  

http://epaper.hindustantimes.com/Default.aspx MEETING CHALLENGE – Best was a tough case, concedes judge Gigil Varghese Mumbai AS a child, he wanted to be a bus conductor. He loved the authority with which they could order ticketless passengers off the bus. Forty-five years later, he used his authority all right, but to convict nine accused in the historic Best Bakery retrial.…

Rejoinder by the state

February 21, 2006 The state government in it’s rejoinder affidavit indulges in unnecessary falsehoods stating that victim survivor Ameenabehn Rasool who is the main petitioner was not aware of the facts contained in the affidavit. The state of Gujarat, in its rejoinder affidavit has made a false statement saying that the victim Maqsoodabibi  had refused…

Locating the remains of the persons

February 10, 2006 The detailed affidavits submitted by petitioner and victim survivor Ameenabehn and CJP includes details of the procedure for burial of unidentified and missing persons as per the Gujarat Municipalities Act  and the police norms and rules as stated by us in   earlier affidavit.  None of the detailed factual claims are countered…

Cancellation of Bail

February 7, 2006 Teesta Setalvad of the CJP files an affidavit in Spl Cri Application 1875 of 2005 stating that at the time of arguments before the Gujarat HC ON 29-12-2005, where the government pleader was assisted by the local police, none of the contentions or so called offences made out in CR No 1…

Application for Recovery of Body

February 1, 2006 Maksudabehn Yusufbhai Shaikh, widow of murdered Yusufbhai Ahmedbhai Shaikh filed an application before the PSI Khanpur Police station stating that she has information that her husband’s body has been buried at Lavanagam, illegally and without last rites and therefore appealed that, in the presence of her advocate and panchas, the body should…

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