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The former Pakistan President's lawyer Qamar Afzal while defending his client said that Musharraf was co-operating with the investigations and that he should be sent on judicial custody citing threat to his life.
FOUR people, including the two alleged shooters, accused in the murder of real estate tycoon Deepak Bhardwaj, were on Monday remanded in judicial custody till April 29 by a Delhi court.
Private detective Anurag Singh, the alleged main conspirator arrested in connection with the attempt to access call details of Jaitley, was on Tuesday remanded in judicial custody by a Delhi court.
LAHORE -- At least 36 suspected people arrested so far in the city over charges of rioting and destroying the public property, have been sent to jail in judicial custody for 14 days, reported a private TV channel.
Sri Lanka arrested 112 Indian fishermen accused of poaching ordered the men should be held in judicial custody until the end of the month pending police investigations, a court official said by telephone.
3 -- Former Goa Tourism Minister Francisco Pacheco alias 'Mickky', evading arrest for the last 29 days in Nadia Torrado's death episode as the prime suspect, was remanded to two-day judicial custody immediately after he surrendered before the Chief Judicial Magistrate in Margao, even as he moved for an interim bail in another sessions court.
A spokeswoman for Britain's Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London told AFP: "We can confirm that a British national died in judicial custody in Goa last night.
The transfer of the accused from police to judicial custody is a sign the investigation is completed and that police are ready to submit their case for a regular hearing.