The list includes four review petitions of convicts whose appeals were dismissed by the court upholding the death penalty.
A case of rape was lodged against Bahujan Samaj Party's Ghosi (Mau) MP Atul Rai at the Lanka police station there in May 2019.
Khan has filed an appeal against the trial court verdict which said the offence fell under the "rarest of the rare category" warranting the maximum sentence and Ariz be "hanged by neck" till death.
Public Prosecutor said the convict abducted the girl, who was returning home after attending a marriage, on April 9, 2019.
For common offences such as cattle lifting and petty thefts, the punishment ranged from penalties to endowments for burning perpetual lamps in temples.
It's my second life, says Becks Krishnan, who has been in jail since the last 7 years after the UAE top court sentenced him to capital punishment in a fatal car accident case in 2013.
Suspecting her fidelity, accused set his six months pregnant wife afire while she was asleep
The issue pertains to the convict Yasar Arafat of Melapalayam village in Tirunelveli, challenging the conviction orders and death sentence of the trial court.
A crucial bill seeking to provide death penalty to those convicted of raping girls below the age of 12 years was passed by the Rajya Sabha on Monday.
Juvenile convicts can't be given death penalty for every case of rape, murder: Justice Madan B Lokur
Among those present at the function were Supreme Court Judge Dipak Gupta, MP High Court Chief Justice Hemant Gupta and other legal luminaries.
Nirbhaya gangrape: Activists hail Supreme Court order; faith in judiciary reinstated, says victim's mother
The mother of Nirbhaya, the woman who was gangraped and murdered here on December 16, 2012, today said her faith in the judiciary was reinstated.
The Supreme Court said the convicts were heard elaborately during appeals and no grounds have been made out for review of its verdict.
In view of the surge in sexual violence against women in various parts of the country, including Jammu and Kashmir, the need was felt to carry out certain amendments in the Criminal Laws.
PM Modi today said promulgation of an ordinance on rape demonstrated his government's determination to act on the issue, but urged people to make their sons more responsible.
Shah, along with other child rights activists and lawyers expressed their dissatisfaction over the recent ordinance to amend the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act.