The evidence in the Nirbhaya case seems to abound with contradictions, as was revealed in yesterday's hearing before the Supreme Court of India's Dipak Misra, R Banumathi and Ashok Bhushan JJ.
After a long and detailed hearing allotted to the defence counsels in the past weeks, the Amicus finally weighed in. Senior Advocate Raju Ramachandran had previously argued that there . . .
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