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Assam government appeals ULFA (I) to join peace talks

Guwahati/IBNS: The Assam government on Tuesday urged anti-talk United Liberation Front of Asom (Independence) or ULFA (I) and its chief Paresh Baruah to join peace talks with the government.

Supreme Court refuses to put stay on the release of Rajnikanth's Kaala

New Delhi/ Bengaluru/ Chennai, June 6 (IBNS): The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to stay the release of Rajinikanth's ‘Kaala’, scheduled to hit the screens on Thursday amid controversies and protests, reports said.

Gujarat archbishop urges voters to save the country from nationalists

Gandhinagar, Nov 23 (IBNS) : Ahead of Gujarat Assembly elections, the Archdiocese of Gandhinagar archbishop Thomas Macwan has urged voters to elect those "who respect all human beings," saying the result of the state polls can make a difference, media reports said.

Nirbhaya gang-rape and murder case: Sonia Gandhi welcomes SC verdict

New Delhi, May 5 (IBNS): Congress supremo Sonia Gandhi on Friday welcomed the Supreme Court's decision where it upheld the death penalty of the four convicts in the 2012 Nirbhaya gang-rape and murder in Delhi.

Supreme Court upholds death penalty for Nirbhaya gang-rape and murder convicts

New Delhi, May 5 (IBNS) : The Supreme Court on Friday upheld the death penalty of the four convicts in the 2012 Nirbhaya gang-rape and murder in Delhi, rejecting their appeal for reprieve, reports said.

Supreme Court ruling today on the reprieve appeal of Nirbhaya convicts

New Delhi, May 5 (IBNS) : Four years after a 23-year-old medical student was tortured and gang-raped in a moving bus in the national capital, triggering nationwide horror and indignation, the Supreme Court will decide on Friday whether the four men sentenced to death by a trial court deserve the penalty, reports said.