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London's Westminster Magistrates Court orders extradition of Vijay Mallya to India, CBI welcomes decision

London's Westminster Magistrates Court on Monday ordered the extradition of Vijay Mallya to India. The matter of extradition of the fugitive tycoon to India has been referred to the Secretary of State. Westminster Magistrates' Court Chief Magistrate Judge Emma Arbuthnot ruled that Mallya can be extradited to India to stand trial on the charges brought by the CBI and ED. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) welcomed the decision of the UK court. Reports say Mallya will be appeal in the higher court against the decision. Mallya is wanted for alleged fraud and money laundering charges amounting to an estimated Rs 9,000 crores. The embattled businessman now has 14 days to appeal against the verdict. ABP

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Jammu Kashmir: Three militants killed in encounter near Srinagar; army man injured

Three militants were killed Sunday morning in an encounter that was going on in the outskirts of Srinagar since Saturday evening. The encounter foiled a major plot of the militants in the area. An Army Jawan was also injured in the 18-hour gunfight, police said Sunday. A search operation was launched by the police and security forces at Mujgund area on Bandipora road on Saturday. The operation that started with security forces acting on inputs turned into an encounter when the militants targeted the search party. ABP

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"Work started in 1992 has been left incomplete" RSS urges govt to bring ordinance on Ram temple

Further pressure has been built on the government by Rashtriya Swamsewak Sangh (RSS) in the rally organised by Vishwa Hindu Parishad on Saunday seeking Ram Temple in Ayodhya. While addressing the massive rally organised in the national capital’s Ramlila Ground, RSS leader Bhaiyaji Joshi said “Government must fulfil its Ram temple to the people; and there is no other solution than bringing an ordinance.” He further said that the government is yet to try the way of law. He said that one must respect the apex court as it’s the supreme court; but the court should also understand the feelings of the people. Joshi further said that the work initiated in 1992 has been left incomplete (Babri Masjid demolition). ABP

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9,066 Cases Disposed Off By Lok Adalat In Jammu And Kashmir

The National Legal Services Authority organised a lok adalat in all the courts across Jammu and Kashmir, disposing off over 9,000 cases, an official spokesman said on Saturday. The lok adalat was held under the patronage of Chief Justice of Jammu and Kashmir High Court Gita Mittal (patron-in-chief state legal services authority) and high court Judge and executive chairman of state legal services authority Justice Rajesh Bindal, the spokesman said. COMMENT "Out of a total number of 13,823 cases taken up in the day-long lok adalat at various courts across the state, 9,066 cases were disposed off and an amount of Rs. 1,06,90,35,725 was awarded as compensation or settlement amount in cases of various descriptions," he said.NDTV

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