Evidence

  • Jyoti murder case: Police team heads to victim's home for more evidences August 8, 2014

    A sevenmember team of Kanpur police has gone to 28yearold victim Jyoti Dasani's hometown of Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh to search for more evidence in the murder case in which her husband, Piyush Shyam Dasani, is one of the accused. IG (Kanpur zone) Ashutosh Pandey today said that the team, which...
  • MH17 tragedy: Who is the real culprit? July 24, 2014

    The MH17 tragedy has several roadblocks in the investigation. The blame game continues with Russia denying any direct involvement in the attack. Instead, Russia continues to suggest a Ukrainian fighter jet responsible for the tragedy. ...
  • BJP holds protests, asks Delhi Minister Somnath Bharti to step down January 15, 2014

    Bharatiya Janata Party workers held protests on Wednesday demanding resignation of Delhi Law Minister Somnath Bharti over allegations of tampering with evidence in a corruption case. "Somnath Bharti should resign from his position. AAP has been exposed. Bharati does not have any authority to continue in his post. There is...
  • Delhi Law Minister denies tampering with proof, Kejriwal backs him January 14, 2014

    New Delhi: Delhi Law Minister Somnath Bharti on Tuesday refuted allegations that he tampered with the evidence in a case that he was handling as a lawyer. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, too, came to his defence saying that there was no proof to show that Bharti tampered with any evidence...
  • Syria chemical attack evidence may already be destroyed, says Britain August 26, 2013

    Britain said on Sunday that evidence of a chemical weapons attack in the suburbs of Damascus could have already been destroyed ahead of a visit to the site by UN inspectors. Earlier on Monday Syria agreed to let experts from the United Nations on Monday visit the site of the reported...
  • BJP leader to face defamation trial on Sheila Dikshit's plea August 7, 2013

    A Delhi court on Tuesday framed criminal defamation charges against BJP leader Vijender Gupta on a complaint lodged by Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit. Metropolitan Magistrate Namrita Aggarwal, framing the charges against Gupta, also directed Dikshit to appear in court Oct 28 to record evidence. The judge said: "Charge under section...
  • Batla house encounter was genuine: Chidambaram July 25, 2013

    New Delhi: Finance Minister P Chidambaram, who as then Home Minister monitored the probe into the Batla House case, said on Thursday, that he felt that the gunfight between police and the Indian Mujahideen terrorists was genuine and was satisfied that the prosecution could prove the case in court. Chidambaram said...
  • Delhi: Man acquitted of charge of molesting air hostess June 8, 2013

    New Delhi: A man, accused of misbehaving with an air hostess in a Delhibound flight of Thai Airways in 2004, has been acquitted by a court here due to lack of evidence against him. The court acquitted Arunabha Goswami, a resident of Madhya Pradesh, for the offence under section 354...
  • Hosni Mubarak's retrial in Egypt to include new evidence May 12, 2013

    Cairo: The retrial of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resumed on Saturday, with prosecutors requesting to present new evidence from a factfinding commission's report that claims the exleader had full knowledge of the extent of the violence used against protesters. The new evidence could weigh heavily in the case, which saw...
  • Discovery and invention is in America's DNA, says Obama April 23, 2013

    Washington: The United States has become the greatest economic power in the world as discovery, science and engineering is in the DNA of its people, the US President Barack Obama said. "America has always been about discovery, invention, engineering, science and evidence. That's who we are. That's in our DNA....
  • Investigators 'very close' in their pursuit of Boston bomber April 18, 2013

    Boston: In a potential breakthrough into the deadly twin bombings at the Boston Marathon, US investigators were "very close" in their pursuit of the bomber after footage from surveillance videos showed a man carrying and dropping a black bag believed to have held one of two bombs. Investigators were "very close"...
  • Boston bomb suspect spotted on video, no arrest made April 18, 2013

    Boston: Investigators have spotted a Boston Marathon bombing suspect from security video taken before two blasts ripped through central Boston on Monday, a US law enforcement source said on Wednesday, in what is potentially the biggest break in the case yet. No arrests had been made, and the suspect in the...
  • Boston: Lid of pressure cooker used blasts found April 17, 2013

    Boston: Over a day since twin blasts in the US city of Boston killed three people, the lid of the pressure cooker that was used in the bombings has been found on a rooftop. Two identical pressure cooker bombs containing BBpellets and nails were used in the attacks to cause...
  • Mumbai: HC upholds conviction based on dog's evidence March 31, 2013

    Mumbai: Relying on a police dog's evidence, the Bombay High Court has held a man guilty in a robbery and murder case and upheld the life sentence given to him by a lower court. Another person was held guilty on the basis of witness identification parade, while three others were...
  • Delhi gangrape: 5 accused charged with 13 offences February 2, 2013

    New Delhi: Over a month after the brutal gangrape and murder of a 23yearold paramedical student in Delhi, five accused have been charged under 13 sections of the Indian Penal Code. The charges framed against the accused include gangrape, murder and destruction of evidence. The accused have been charged with murder,...
  • Jundal's voice samples match with terror tape December 24, 2012

    Mumbai: In a crucial evidence in Mumbai 26/11 terror attack case, the voice samples of arrested LeT operative Sayed Zabiuddin Ansari alias Abu Jundal have matched with ones on the terror tapes intercepted during the strike. "City's Forensic Sciences Laboratory (FSL), where Jundal's voice samples were sent to match, has...
  • Lawyers of 26/11 accused ask for hard evidence November 12, 2012

    Islamabad: Lawyers defending seven Pakistanis accused of involvement in the Mumbai attacks, including LeT commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, have questioned whether prosecutors have hard evidence that the attackers trained in camps in Sindh and other locations. The defence lawyers made the contention during a hearing of the Mumbai attacks case...
  • Pune blasts: Callous cops mishandle key evidence August 3, 2012

    Pune: The four blasts that hit a kilometrelong stretch in Pune may have been of low intensity but have managed to shake up the administration and citizenry. However, even as investigators from various security agencies have started probing what has been confirmed as a planned and coordinated act, photographs indicate...
  • BMW hitandrun: SC acquits 3 coaccused August 1, 2012

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday acquitted three coaccused in the infamous 1999 BMW hitandrun case involving former Naval chief Admiral SM Nanda's grandson Sanjeev Nanda, saying there were discrepancies in the evidence put forward against them. The three had been sentenced to varying jail terms for allegedly tampering with...
  • 'It is for Pak courts to examine evidence against Saeed' April 7, 2012

    Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said on Friday that any concrete evidence against LeT founder Hafiz Mohammad Saeed should be provided to this country to be examined by the country's courts. If anyone had any concrete evidence against Saeed, it should be provided to Pakistan as the country's...
  • Files burnt in Kripashankar's backyard March 2, 2012

    Mumbai: A day after an FIR was filed against disgraced former Congress Mumbai chief Kripashankar Singh, MiD DAY finds papers and documents being destroyed behind his Bandra home. The question is, after allegedly cooking the books, was Kripashankar Singh burning them on Wednesday? Staff members of the former Mumbai Pradesh...
  • CBI unearths more evidence in Bhanwari Devi case January 7, 2012

    Jaipur: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Saturday claimed to have finally found a trail of evidence, in the Bhanwari Devi case. A watch, a mobile phone, pieces of jewellery and charred bones found in a canal near Jodhpur have been sent for forensic examination. In a massive combing...
  • Cashforvotes scam: relief for Amar Singh? August 3, 2011

    New Delhi: The Delhi police will file its status report on the 2008 cashforvotes scam during the IndoUS nuclear deal trust vote. In a breather for Amar Singh, sources have told CNNIBN that there is not sufficient evidence to arrest any politician, including Amar Singh. Sources also say no politician...
  • Mumbai blasts: cops trampled over key evidence? July 14, 2011

    Mumbai: 'Won't they ever learn?' is the question Mumbaikars are asking security officials and the government after serial blasts shook the city on Wednesday. According to on the spot analysis and preliminary investigations, the police have committed the same mistake they did during the German Bakery blasts, Pune in 2010. Reaching...
  • Victim turned hostile to help Shiney: court April 7, 2011

    Mumbai: The sessions court which recently sentenced actor Shiney Ahuja to seven years imprisonment in a rape case has held that the victim had "purposefully" turned hostile to help the accused and said action may be taken against her for giving false evidence. "Stern...
  • India gives US 26/11 evidence against Pak September 11, 2009

    New Delhi: Home Minister P Chidambaram on Friday has given US officials documents which contain evidence of Pakistan’s alleged involvement in terrorist activities in India. The document contains details anti-India terrorist camps in Pakistan occupied Kashmir. It has information about 60 Pakistanis killed or captured in India and accused of planning...
  • Swine Flu virus was not lab creation: WHO May 15, 2009

    Geneva: There is no evidence to support a theory that the new influenza A H1N1 virus was created in a laboratory, said a World Health Organisation official on Thursday. Scientists associated with the WHO had taken the theory seriously, said Keiji Fukuda, the organisation's head of health security, and looked...
  • US calls for concrete action from Pak against terror March 10, 2009

    Washington: United States on Monday said that Pakistan needs to do more with regard to bringing to justice the people responsible for Mumbai terrorist attack, which killed 183 people, including several American nationals. The State Department Acting Spokesman Robert Wood told reporters that ‘more can be done’ by Pakistan when...
  • India gets FBI evidence linking Pak to 26/11 February 19, 2009

    Washington: A Mumbai police team headed home with crucial evidence from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) that shows the 26/11 terror carnage was planned in Pakistan even as the US clarified it will not interfere in the issue of extradition of the lone surviving attacker from India to Pakistan. A...
  • Devil's Advocate: David Mulford on Pak role in 26/11 February 11, 2009

    How does Washington today regard the standoff between India and Pakistan in the wake of the terrorist attack in Mumbai? Karan Thapar asked this question to David Mulford, America’s ambassador to India. Karan Thapar:Earlier this week a dossier containing the information on evidence collected by the Indian Government was given to...