Murder trial of Sarah Groves deemed 'a shambles'

The 110th hearing into the murder of Guernseywoman Sarah Groves has been deemed 'a shambles' by her father.

The courtroom in Srinagar was closed and the judge didn't turn up in the latest in the trial of Dutchman Richard de Wit, the man accused of her murder.

The trial in India has been plagued by delays and inconsistencies and has made little progress since it began.

The next hearing date is expected to take place on Wednesday 21st February. Fifteen witnesses are still to be heard.