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  • Some of those spared have been slapped externment notices and barred from entering the region for fear of inciting violence.

    Field of Fissures

  • "If someone is repeatedly caught, he will be liable for externment under clause 56 of the Bombay police act," he says.

    Analysis

  • "The crime includes murder but also many other crimes such as social and economic boycott, coercive dissolution of marriage, levelling of fines on the family of the boy and their supporters, externment from the village, public humiliation, threats and harassment against relatives," she said.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • Such a provision will help check political recommendations for cancellation of externment.

    Analysis

  • Also, anyone requesting for cancellation of externment ordered by the police must furnish a surety bond to vouch for the future conduct of the externed person.

    Analysis

  • No cancellation of the externment should be permissible unless a valid court order is produced.

    Analysis

  • The news item 'But was externment held up due to political clout?'

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  • PUNE: The externment orders of 50 criminals in Pune were cancelled between April 2008 and

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  • Moving the adjournment notice, leader of opposition Eknath Khadse said anti-social elements who face externment orders have the blessings of politicians.

    Analysis

  • 'Why was externment of accused in Pune rape cancelled by home dept?' minister RR Patil has ordered a probe into the decision of the home secretary to cancel the earlier externment order of the main accused in the Pune gang-rape case.

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