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  • KTS Tulsi sworn in as Rajya Sabha member

    NEW DELHI: Noted lawyer KTS Tulsi was today sworn in as a member of Rajya Sabha by Vice-President Hamid Ansari, the Chairman of the House.

    Tulsi was nominated to Rajya Sabha with effect from February 25, an official statement said.

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Leader of Opposition in the Upper House, Arun Jaitley, Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman PJ Kurien and the Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs, Rajeev Shukla, were also present on the occasion.

  • Lawyer K T S Tulsi nominated to RS

    Tulsi, who has several high-profile clients, including Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra, is known for successfully taking on the Ansals on behalf of the victims of the Uphaar Cinema tragedy in Delhi. He was recently in news for seeking commutation of the death sentence of Devinder Pal Singh Bhullar — an accused in the 1993 Delhi terror attack.

    “It is a golden opportunity to help streamline the criminal justice system… Every criminal case should be resolved in three-six months. Reforming our criminal justice system is now the main mission of my life,” Tulsi told The Indian Express.

    Asked about the numerous disruptions seen in Parliament recently, Tulsi said, “It is very sad that parliamentary democracy, which depends on debate, is being denied… this is dangerous for democracy.”
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  • KTS Tulsi

    K T S Tulsi is a leading Supreme Court lawyer, a veteran Public Prosecutor and a former Additional Solicitor General of India. Tulsi enrolled as a lawyer in Punjab after taking a law degree in 1971 but he decided to focus on the criminal side in the 80s. He has widely represented government, a host of eminent individuals and organizations before various Courts of Law in India and abroad. Tulsi has also written extensively on criminal law, patent law and human rights law.

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  • Manmohan Singh to challenge CBI coal scam summons in SC with KTS Tulsi & Kapil Sibal

    Ex-prime minister Manmohan Singh today moved the Supreme Court against the order of a special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) trial court that summoned him as an accused alongside industrialist Kumar Mangalam Birla in the coal scam case, reported NDTV and others.

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