Air India flight

Air India passenger booked for unruly behaviour on flight refuses to pay bail, goes to jail 

The accused told the court he had read online that the fine payable under section 336 of the IPC is Rs 250, which he was willing to pay, but not the bail amount.

published on : 14th March 2023

Air India-pee-gate accused Shankar Mishra gets bail

The judge reserved Mishra's bail application after observing that what the accused had allegedly done is disgusting but the court is bound to follow the law.

published on : 31st January 2023

Delhi Court adjourns bail plea of Shankar Mishra, accused in Air India urinating on passenger case

During the course of the hearing, Mishra's counsel Senior Advocate Ramesh Gupta opposed the adjournment for the next date and pleaded to list at 2 pm on Friday.

published on : 27th January 2023

Of mid-air menace & misuse of privilege

In a bizarre turn of events, not one but two different men on not one but two different Air India flights decided to urinate on women co-passengers.

published on : 18th January 2023

Air India 'urinating' incident: Complainant refutes Shankar Mishra's claim as disparaging, derogatory 

Mishra's counsel had told the court that the complainant was suffering from some disease related to prostate, which several 'kathak dancers' seem to suffer from.

published on : 14th January 2023

AI urination incident: Delhi court to hear police plea seeking Shankar Mishra's fresh custody on Friday

Metropolitan Magistrate Komal Garg had on Wednesday denied bail to Mishra while calling his act "utterly disgusting and repulsive".

published on : 12th January 2023

Peeing incident shocked civic consciousness; Delhi court refuses bail to accused 

The alleged act in itself prima facie reflects the intention of the accused, she said, while declining the relief to Mishra, who is lodged in jail.

published on : 12th January 2023

‘Clothes, bag soaked in urine, was asked to return to soiled seat’

She mentioned that she wanted the man to be arrested immediately and later the flight staff told the woman that the alleged man wanted to apologise.

published on : 7th January 2023

No more Haj subsidy, focus now on minority education

Haj subsidy is set to be scr­a­p­p­ed from 2018 with the Centre de­ciding to go ahead with the re­commendation for its immediate abolition by a special committee set up in January this year.

published on : 3rd November 2017