Definitions

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  • n. Alternative spelling of undertrial.

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Examples

  • John Dayal, a professional journalist and documentary film maker specializing in politics and diplomacy, has been active in Human rights and civil liberties since 1971 when he published his research papers on drug addiction among the youth in the national capital of Delhi, followed by a series of investigations into child prostitution, sexual exploitation of young boys, and police torture of under-trial prisoners in Delhi and neighboring states

    John Dayal : Profiling an Activist

  • The proceedings were delayed – one of the favorable judges was retired and was replaced by another who opposed the under-trial prime minister.

    Pakistan 29 years after Zulfikar Ali Bhutto's execution

  • There are number of people in prisons for years together as under-trial prisoners.

    TamilNet Newswire

  • Police were not willing to confirm which banned outfit the freed under-trial prisoners belonged to.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • "The important grounds are that this is a long incarceration as an under-trial prisoner,"

    Zee News : India National

  • Even a common under-trial can easily use a mobile phone, if he wishes to.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • Double click an English word for Macmillan Dictionary definition Two policemen arrested after under-trial escapes from custody in Surat

    Daily News & Analysis

  • Though the escaped under-trial Valiullah Khan who is accused under Prevention of Anti-Social Activities Act (PASA), surrendered before the police late last night, a case has been lodged against two constables, Praveen Parmar and Jeevan

    Daily News & Analysis

  • "It will be sub-judice to comment on an under-trial issue," he said.

    The Daily Star

  • A group of armed Maoists attacked a police escort Friday evening in the Jamui court premises when over three dozen under-trial prisoners were being taken back to jail after hearing in the court, the police said.

    India eNews

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