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SC directs Shahabuddin to be shifted to Tihar Jail
The Supreme Court on Wednesday directed the shifting of Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) strongman Mohammad Shahabuddin from Bihar's Siwan jail to the Tihar Central Jail here to ensure a free and fair trial.
 
A bench of Justice Dipak Misra and Justice Amitava Roy said that it's order be communicated to the Bihar Home Secretary forthwith.
 
The court also said that no special privileges be extended to Shahabuddin in the course of his shifting.
 
The judgement pronounced by Justice Misra on a plea filed by Asha Ranjan, wife of slain journalist Rajdeo Ranjan. 
 
The apex court asked the Patna High Court to decide in four months some of the matters relating to the cases against Shahabuddin pending before it. 
 
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Indian PSLV rocket lifts off with 104 satellites
Indian rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) on Wednesday morning lifted off successfully with a record 104 satellites, including the country's earth observation satellite Cartosat-2 series.
 
The PSLV-XL variant rocket standing 44.4 metre tall and weighing 320 ton tore into the morning skies at 9.28 a.m. with a deep throated growl breaking free of the earth's gravitational pull.
 
The earth observation satellite Cartosat-2 series weighs 714 kg.
 
The co-passenger satellites comprise 101 nano satellites, one each from Israel, Kazakhstan, The Netherlands, Switzerland, the UAE and 96 from the US, as well as two nano satellites from India.
 
The total weight of all the satellites carried on-board is about 1,378 kg.
 
By the 28th minute of the rocket's mission all the 104 satellites would be put into orbit.
 
The PSLV rocket is a four stage/engine rocket powered by solid and liquid fuel alternatively.
 
"The Cartosat satellite is the fourth one in the Cartosat-2 series of earth observation satellites. Already three are in the orbit and two more will be launched. Once all the six Cartosat-2 series satellites are launched the Cartosat-3 series would begin," an ISRO official told IANS preferring anonymity.
 
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