Jisha’s killer finally nabbed

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DNA results confirm the Assam native, Ami Ul Islam as the murderer of Jisha. He is said to have fled to Assam after the murder, and was returning to Perumbavoor when picked up by the police. Four of his friends also are being held by the police. The major break through to the case came when police found the footwear that was abandoned near murder scene with jisha’s blood on it. Traces of cement found in the footwear hinted that the murderer could be a construction worker. The suspect is one of the workers who worked on the construction of Jisha’s house. Now the DNA samples of the suspect is confirmed to match with the saliva and blood samples found on Jisha’s body.

Patent proofreading

What is Patent proofreading

It is one of the significant step by which the enforcement of Patent can be acquired without any unwanted delay in time. It is a process by which highly skilled IP attorneys proofread the previously registered patents with patent office.  Proof reading of patent makes your work in registration of patent easier. Although proof reading can be done by individuals it is advisable to hire the services of professionals. Patent office will be more cautious while issuing a patent right but still they are nowhere to be blamed as one must understand that they are also human beings and it will be difficult for them to understand their own mistake. If a patent is issued and later the errors are found then the patent will remain to continue with the errors only. Correcting the error in the patent issued is hectic and costly too.

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Apple’s motion for preliminary injunction against Samsung denied by Court

Apple Samsung caseIn April, Apple sued Samsung claiming that Samsung’s tablets and and Galaxy smartphones are nothing merely a slavish copies of Apple’s design and patents. Apple stated that Samsung has infringed Apple’s intellectual property and it requested court for a preliminary injunction so that Samsung should be barred from selling the products which are in issue in US.

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Important bills in the winter season, says PM

Manmohan SinghAs the winter session of the Parliament is all set to begin today, talks and debates have been going on with respect to the new bills that are likely to be introduced. In this context, the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, in an interview with the media persons said that few very important bills are likely to be presented in this winter session of the Parliament. These bills are expected to cover a wide range of issues, ranging from the Judicial Accountability Bill, The Right to Food Bill, Education Bill etc. The Prime Minster hopes that these important bills will proceed smoothly in the Parliament and will not be boycotted.

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Supreme Court to review denial of bail in all high profile cases

Supreme_Court_IndiaThe supreme court of India has decided to examine the denials of bail in all high profile cases.  A three-judge bench of justices Altamas Kabir, SS Nijjar and J Chelameshwar agreed to look at the controversial issue after senior counsel Ranjit Kumar and Mukul Rohatgi complained that courts in recent times have been routinely rejecting bail.  This is in complete violation of Fundamental Right of Life and Personal Liberty guaranteed under Article 21 of the Constitution.

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US Supreme Court to look into bad pleading

Anthony Cooper shot a woman in Detroit in 2003 and then received a really bad legal advice. Because all four of his bullets had struck the victim below her waist, his lawyer said, Mr. Cooper could not be convicted of assault with intent to murder. Based on that advice, Cooper rejected the plea bargain that was for a sentence of four to seven years. He was convicted, and is serving 15 to 30 years.

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Iran developing a Nuclear Bomb: says Israel

bombIsrael’s Prime Minister said that Iran is closer to building a nuclear bomb than ever before and the full extent of the situation cannot be contemplated by the UN’s IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency).
Iran is closer to getting an (atomic) bomb than is thought,” Prime Minister Netanyahu said in remarks to cabinet ministers, quoted by an official from his office.

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