J Dey murder: Chhota Rajan believed scribe had crossed limit

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Chhota Rajan passport case

Gangster Chhota Rajan, the prime accused in Jyotirmoy alias ‘J’ Dey’s killing, had told an acquaintance that the journalist had grown close to his arch rival Dawood Ibrahim and “crossed his limit”. This was disclosed in a recorded conversation between Rajan and Manoj Shivdasani, a friend of another accused in the case, Vinod Chembur (now… Read more »

Enough material to proceed against ex-Minister Mani: VACB

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A state investigative agency probing into the bar bribery case allegedly involving former Finance Minister K K Mani today told the Kerala High Court that there was enough material against him to continue the probe. Investigation into the matter involving the bar bribery case is progressing, said the state Vigilance and Anti- Corruption Bureau (VACB),… Read more »

NIA charge sheets three in Mysuru blast

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Youth gets life term for killing girlfriend's parents

The NIA today filed a charge sheet against three men for their alleged involvement in a blast in Mysuru court premises last year, and claimed they had formed an outfit ‘Base Movement’ to further the objectives of banned terror group Al Qaeda. The charge sheet was filed in a special NIA court here against Nainar… Read more »

Court grants bail to Vaiko in sedition case

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A court here today granted bail to MDMK chief Vaiko, who had been in jail since April 3, in a sedition case of 2009. Police had registered a case under IPC sections 124 (sedition) and 153A (promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, place of birth, residence, language) against Vaiko for a speech… Read more »

Four men impersonating as BSES officials sent to jail

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Next time when officials claiming to be from a power distribution company visit your place, open the door only after thoroughly checking their credentials. One such case recently came before a Delhi court which sent to jail four men who were arrested by the police for allegedly impersonating BSES officials and extorting money from people… Read more »

Symbol case: Court rejects middleman’s bail

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A special court today dismissed the bail plea of an alleged middleman arrested in the Election Commission bribery case, involving AIADMK (Amma) faction leader T T V Dhinakaran. Special Judge Poonam Chaudhry said it was not appropriate to grant bail to Sukesh Chandrashekar at this stage as it was a serious crime and he could… Read more »

Coalscam: ‘Dishonest misrepresentation before ex-PM’

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Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had no reason to presume that then Coal Secretary H C Gupta recommended a non-compliant private firm for coal block allocation in Madhya Pradesh, a special court here has said. Special Judge Bharat Parashar, who convicted Gupta for irregularities in allocation of Madhya Pradesh based Thesgora- B Rudrapuri coal block… Read more »