RAVI BATRA

  • 1984 riots: Congress to move US court to dismiss lawsuit by Sikh body January 18, 2014

    New York: India's ruling Congress party will move a federal court seeking dismissal of a human rights violation lawsuit against it by a Sikh rights group in connection with the 1984 antiSikh riots. The Congress party, through its attorney in the US, Ravi Batra will seek an order in March 2014...
  • No action was taken against the real culprit: Krittika's lawyer May 9, 2012

    Krittika Biswas has filed a lawsuit against the city of New York and others for 1.5 million dollars. ...
  • Full text: Letter from Krittika's lawyer to Hillary June 2, 2011

    Krittika Biswas' lawyer Ravi Batra has written a letter to Hillary Clinton saying that there was violation of diplomatic privilege granted to the Indian Consul General Debashish Biswas' family. The letter comes in the backdrop of the controversy raging about whether Krittika Biswas, the daughter of the Vice Counsel General...
  • Krittika Biswas seeks Hillary Clinton's help June 2, 2011

    New Delhi: The diplomatic row over mistreatment of an Indian diplomat's daughter has reached US Secreatry of State Hillary Clinton. Krittika Biswas' lawyer Ravi Batra has written a letter to Clinton saying that there was violation of diplomatic privilege granted to the Indian Consul General Debashish Biswas' family. The letter also...
  • India to back Krittika's lawsuit against NYC May 26, 2011

    New Delhi: Indian diplomat Debashish Biswas's daughter Krittika has sued the City of new york for 1.5 million dollars for wrongful arrest. Krittika, 18, was arrested for sending obscene emails to her teachers. The charges were later dropped and she was released. Krittika Biswas's ordeal may have been life changing...
  • No immunity for Indian girl who sued NYC: US May 26, 2011

    New York: The United States has played down a lawsuit filed by Krittika Biswas, the 18yearold daughter of Indian diplomat Debashish Biswas in the US, who slapped a case against New York City and sued mayor Michael Bloomberg for $1.5 million for wrongful arrest. The US State Department, citing the rule...