Under attack lawyer still defiant
Under attack lawyer still defiant
What’s Driving Putin Into Syria
Unlock your personal NFL Now stream by signing in to NFL.com
He calls the crime that shamed humanity a political murder, AP Singh, Defence Lawyer said, "If she was not well, there would have been no accounts. If there were accounts, she could have recovered. The doctors did not cure her. This means that she was murdered with the political intent to add 302 and 396," and questions the verdict that the entire nation has been demanding in one voice. Singh said, "After the death sentence awarded in the Damini gangrape case, if no rape cases are reported in Delhi in the next month and a half then I will not challenge the decision in the High Court." The man who defended Nirbhaya's rapists has taken his defeat to a different level with this controversial outburst. Singh said, "Judge sentenced all the 4 accused to death without sufficient evidence, only on account of political pressure. They did not examine the testimony, evidence, circumstances but sentenced all the 4 accused to death." Singh's shocking comments on India's most watched verdict has ruffled quite a few feathers. Neelam Katara, Social Activist said, "He cannot say that the judge made his decision under the influence of the media because that tantamount to contempt of court." But when TIMES NOW confronted the man in the eye of the storm, the defence lawyer defiantly stuck to his stand courting a fresh controversy. Singh said, "If my sister or my daughter, before marriage, without my permission do not have the will power to stay within their limits then I have the strength to take them to the farmhouse and burn them alive." But the Delhi Bar Council has already taken note and is likely to take a decision soon on the disciplinary action against Singh. Is this now a last ditch attempt of the defence counsel to save the brutes who gangraped, mutilated and killed 23 year old Nirbhaya.
From The New York Times: Russia’s intervention in Syria is partly strategic, but President Vladimir V. Putin has another reason, a long-held belief, for supporting the Syrian president’s government.. <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/video/world/middleeast/100000003956073/whats-driving-putin-into-syria.html?partner=yahoo"> Watch the original video on Times Video: http://nyti.ms/1L6QWh0</a>
Kam Chancellor saved the day Monday night, as he denied Calvin Johnson and forced a fumble at the goal line to help seal the Seahawks' escape against the Lions.
Average fees at ATM's are nearing $5, a record high, according to Bankrate. This is a 21 percent increase from ATM fees five years ago.
For the just the second time since the Dodgers left the East Coast, Los Angeles and New York will meet in the postseason. Yahoo Sports' Tim Brown looks at the loaded pitching staffs and why numbers may beat names in the NL Division Series.
For the first time since Disneyland opened, the Walt Disney Co. is considering a shift to demand-based pricing at its domestic parks. Photo: Getty
Community Episode 1: Ladders
Community Episode 2: Lawnmower Maintenance and Postnatal Care
Community Episode 3: Basic Crisis Room Decorum
Community Episode 4: Queer Studies and Advanced Waxing
Community Episode 5: Laws of Robotics and Party Rights
Community Episode 6: Basic Email Security
Sin City Saints Episode 1: The Fool Monty
Sin City Saints Episode 2: Smoke and Mirrors
Sin City Saints Episode 3: Gone Catfishing
Sin City Saints Episode 4: Mrs. Wu's Tang
Sin City Saints Episode 5: A Basket Full of Rainbows
Sin City Saints Episode 6: You Booze, You Lose