STORY: "Aarushi case reports: Explain contradictions, court tells CBI," published by the Times of India  on August 2, 2017.

GIST: "The Allahabad high court on Tuesday took up rehearing of the appeal filed by Rajesh Talwar and Nupur Talwar challenging the life term awarded to them by CBI court, Ghaziabad in the sensational Aarushi-Hemraj murder case after reserving its judgment on January 9. During the course of hearing a criminal appeal filed by Rajesh and Nupur on Tuesday, a division bench comprising Justice Bala Krishna Narayana and Justice A K Mishra sought clarification from the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on the contradictions in some of the reports filed by the agency. The court also directed CBI counsel Anurag Khanna to apprise it on the Internet router, which was open during the night of murder of Aarushi and Hemraj and fixed August 31 for further hearing. Rajesh and his wife Nupur were convicted in November 2013 in the double murder case of their 14-year-old daughter Aarushi and their house help Hemraj. Hence, they filed the present criminal appeal challenging the life term awarded to them by the CBI court. Aarushi and Hemraj were murdered on the intervening night of May 15-16 in 2008. However, when Aarushi's body was discovered on May 16, the missing servant Hemraj was considered as the main suspect. But on the next day, Hemraj's partially decomposed body was discovered on the terrace. Later, police considered Aarushi's parents as the prime suspects. The trial took place at CBI Court, Ghaziabad and in November 2013, both the parents of Aarushi were convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment. They challenged the said decision in the Allahabad high court by filing the present appeal. The Allahabad high court, after hearing counsels for the appellants and CBI, had reserved its judgment on January 9 and started rehearing of the matter to clarify certain points."

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