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  • n. Plural form of undertrial.


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  • Federal Law Minister Veerappa Moily said Monday at least 175,000 of more than 250,000 remand prisoners - known as "undertrials" - would be freed in response to human rights campaigns for people lost in the judicial system.

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  • Many of those cases will take far longer than 16 years to resolve, and if the Awasthis lived in a virtual cell while their case ground on, at least they weren't literally incarcerated, like the millions of "undertrials" who languish in prisons, often for longer than the maximum sentence possible for their alleged crimes, while they await a trial date.


  • The 41 girl undertrials in the Jagdalpur jail in naxalite cases should have proper access to legal aid.

    Naxalite Maoist India

  • He said Salem was within his rights to contest elections "as our constitution permits undertrials to take part in the poll process".

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  • Formed in 2006, the committee has been helping undertrials, besides visiting villages and nearby towns to make people aware of their legal rights.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • Thakkar has also met undertrials like Maria Susairaj, an alleged accused in the 2008 Neeraj

    Daily News & Analysis

  • Police said that the duo misused the mobile phones from the jail, which is allowed for a specific time for undertrials to talk to their lawyers.


  • Admitting that over 100 undertrials escape from police custody every year while travelling between jail and courts, he said, "The proposed video-conferencing arrangement will prove as a saviour for police too."


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