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A unit of length equivalent to four inches. It is used in the sale and use of horses.
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In its short order, the two-member bench comprising Justice Lal Jan Khattak and Justice Attique Shah suspended the punishments handed down to the 25 convicts by an anti-terrorism court (ATC) on Feb 7.
Earlier, Additional District and Sessions Judge Javed Iqbal Ranjha handed down death sentence to a man in a murder case in Sargodha.
Last week, an ATC in Haripur jail had handed down one death sentence on two counts to one suspect Imran Ali, convicted five to multiple terms of life imprisonment, four years each in jail to 25 others, while acquitting 26 suspects because of 'insufficient evidence'.
The four-year term handed down to his killer might satisfy Scotland's sentencing guidelines but that doesn't stop it being an affront to common justice.
Earlier, Roque said a verdict could be handed down soon since the cases against several of the accused had been submitted for resolution.
According to the ruling handed down late Tuesday afternoon said NJSEA complied with funding rules and did not put New Jersey taxpayers at risk.
Qatar yesterday expressed "deep concern" over a death sentence handed down by an Egyptian court against Mohamed Mursi and called for his release.
HOUSEBUILDER McCarthy and Stone has found that when it comes to celebrating special occasions, Christmas, or even the evening meal, family recipes handed down from generation to generation are the go-to choice for families in the North East.
by Zarghona Salehi on 7 September, 2014 - 15:53 KABUL (Pajhwok): All the seven accused in the Paghman gang-rape case were on Sunday handed down death sentence by a primary court in the central capital Kabul, as protests against the widely condemned incident continued.
The Tel Aviv district court handed down the punishment in the Jerusalem real estate scandal case related to Olmert's activities before becoming prime minister in 2006.
The court also upheld the four-year prison term handed down to a compatriot accomplice of the accused for using hashish and an additional year for molestation.
Summary: Supreme Court upholds death sentence handed down against teacher convicted of kidnapping and raping eight young girls.