ABDUL KARIM TELGI

  • Fake stamp paper case: Court dismisses plea of Abdul Karim Telgi 'aide' September 7, 2014

    New Delhi: A court in Delhi has dismissed the plea of former Delhi Police inspector Sardar Puran Singh, an alleged aide of multicrore fake stamp paper scam kingpin Abdul Karim Telgi, seeking production of files pertaining to over a decadeold case. Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Veena Rani rejected Singh's application seeking production...
  • Telgi sentenced to life in stamp paper scam February 29, 2012

    Mumbai: Abdul Karim Telgi has been convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment for forgery, counterfeiting and cheating in the multicrore stamp paper scam by a Mumbai sessions court on Wednesday. Along with him three policemen KK Parmar, AB Sonwalkar and Ganpat Jadhav have also been convicted for insubordination,...
  • Telgi gets bail in stamp paper theft case January 11, 2011

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Tuesday granted bail to Abdul Karim Telgi, alleged kingpin of the multicrore fake stamp paper scam, in a 2003 case. In December 2003, police had lodged an FIR against Telgi and several others for allegedly stealing government stamps worth around...
  • Telgi gets 7 years RI in fake stamp paper case September 18, 2010

    Bangalore: A special court sentenced prime accused Abdul Karim Telgi to seven years of rigorous imprisonment in a 2001 case relating to the multicrore fake stamp paper scam here on Saturday. Special court judge Chandrashekhar Patil sentenced 16 other accused to five years rigorous imprisonment each. Telgi was also imposed a...
  • Court postpones Telgi sentencing to September 18 September 18, 2010

    In Bangalore, a special court will pronounce the quantum of punishment to prime accused Abdul Karim Telgi and 17 others in the multicrore stamp paper scam. ...
  • Telgi convicted in yet another fake stamp paper case April 23, 2009

    New Delhi: Scamster Abdul Karim Telgi and nine others were Thursday convicted in yet another multimillion rupee fake stamp paper case by a court in New Delhi. Additional Metropolitan Magistrate Sanjay Bansal pronounced the conviction. Telgi deposed before the court via teleconferencing from a jail in Bangalore. A special sessions court in Bangalore...
  • Telgi gets 7year jail term in fake stamp paper case April 17, 2009

    Bangalore: Abdul Karim Telgi, prime accused in the multicrore fake stamp paper case, and seven others were sentenced to seven years rigorous imprisonment by the Central Bureau of Investigation special sessions court in Bangalore on Friday. Former police official, TG Sangram Singh was sentenced to three years. However, as Singh had...
  • Fake stamp papers: Telgi gets 7yr imprisonment March 19, 2009

    Ahemdabad: Fake stamp paper scam kingpin Abdul Karim Telgi was today sentenced to seven years imprisonment by a special CBI court here. Judicial magistrate A P Gohil, who presided over the special court, also sent Telgi's aide Sadik Ibrahim to seven years in jail. His another aide Siddarth alias Peter Fernendes...
  • Rakhi's item song too vulgar for my biopic: Telgi May 26, 2008

    Mumbai: One of the reasons why Abdul Karim Telgi kingpin of fake stamp paper racket does not want film on his life to release is an item song' by Rakhi Sawant. Mudrank, the film based on Telgi's life, is due for release in June. Krishna Manav, who plays the...
  • A film on the life of stamp paper scam kingpin May 7, 2008

    Mumbai: With no popular actors in the cast and a shoestring budget to boot, director Shakir Shaikh really has only one tool to draw attention to his film, Mudrank it's based on the life of Abdul Karim telgi, the man responsible for the biggest stamp paper scam in india. ...
  • National wipes: What made news today January 30, 2008

    New Delhi:A quick look at what else made news across the country today. Abdul Karim Telgi, the kingpin in the fake stamp paper case is convicted yet again, this time by a Chennai court. Celebrations marking the 57th birthday of the DMK chief M Karunanidhi's elder son Azhagiri in Madurai turned...
  • Chennai: 10 yr RI, Rs 3 cr fine for Telgi January 30, 2008

    Chennai: A Special Court trying CBI cases on Wednesday convicted and sentenced Abdul Karim Telgi, the key accused in the the multicrore fake stamp paper case, to 10 years' rigorous imprisonment (RI). Special Judge N Velu, who awarded the sentence, also imposed a fine of Rs three crore. The nonpayment of...
  • Telgi broke, says can't pay fine June 29, 2007

    Pune: Abdul Karim Telgi, who was on Thursday sentenced to 13 years in prison, says he cannot pay the Rs 102crore fine the court has imposed on him. Telgi, who would have to spend three more years in prison if he fails to pay the record fine, confessed to the charges...
  • Telgi pleads guilty; gets 13 years RI and Rs 50cr fine June 28, 2007

    New Delhi: Fake stamp case kingpin Abdul Karim Telgi was sentenced to 13year imprisonment on Thursday in the multi crorestamp paper scam. He has also been fined Rs 50 crore. If he fails to pay the fine he will have to serve three more years of rigorous imprisonment. Speaking to...
  • Stamp scam kingpin Telgi wants to plead guilty June 28, 2007

    New Delhi: Fake stamp case kingpin Abdul Karim Telgi wants to plead guilty before the Special MCOCA Court in Pune. Telgi who had so far refused to surrender changed his mind soon after 43 accused in the case pleaded guilty to the charges before special judge Chitra Bhedi. He personally...
  • Real culprits escaped, feels Telgi March 24, 2007

    Mumbai: Stamp paper scam accused Abdul Karim Telgi was upset with the verdict of the special court in Bangalore, which sentenced him to 10 years in prison for masterminding the multicrore scam. The court also slapped a fine of Rs 50,000 on him. Telgi, who is in the Pune's Yerwada Central...
  • Court lenient on Telgi on health ground March 24, 2007

    Bangalore: He is the man who swindled governments Rs 30,000 crores by way of fake stamp papers. Abdul Karim Telgi, prime accused in the multicrore fake stamp paper case was sentenced to a 10year jailterm by a special CBI court in Bangalore on Saturday. Telgi along with four other coaccusedBadaruddin, Irfaan...
  • Scam king Telgi gets 10 years in jail March 24, 2007

    Bangalore: Abdul Karim Telgi, the kingpin in the multicrore fake stamp paper scam, was on Saturday sentenced to 10 years in prison and fined Rs 50,000. A special court in Bangalore sentenced Telgi and four of his accomplices for selling fake stamp papers worth Rs 42 lakh to a private firm. Telgi...
  • Telgi to be sentenced today March 24, 2007

    New Delhi: A special CBI court in Bangalore will decide on the quantum of punishment for the multicrore stamp paper scam accused, Abdul Karim Telgi on Saturday. A special court in Bangalore had convicted Telgi, and four of his associates finding them guilty of trading in fake stamp papers on Friday. Judge...
  • Telgi case: Exsenior cop granted bail March 22, 2007

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court granted bail to former Mumbai Police joint commissioner Sridhar Vagal, an accused in the multicrore fake stamp paper case involving its kingpin Abdul Karim Telgi on Thursday. A Bench comprising Chief Justice K G Balakrishnan and Justice R V Raveendran set aside the order of...
  • Telgi names Sharad Pawar in scam September 6, 2006

    New Delhi: Abdul Karim Telgi, the main accused in the multicrore fake stamp paper scandal, has named Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar during investigation. Telgi also accused former deputy chief minister of Maharashtra Chhagan Bhujbal and former Karnataka tourism minister Roshan Baig of involvement in the scam. The special investigation team...