Mohamed Haneef

  • Australia to give compensation to Haneef 21-12-2010 03:52 PM

    Sydney: Indian-origin doctor Mohamed Haneef, wrongly accused of being involved in terrorism, will receive a "substantial" and confidential payout from the Australian government, a media report said on Tuesday. Haneef returned to Australia last week to seek compensation, after he was wrongfully held in prison in July 2007. The compensation...
  • Accused of terror links, Haneef to seek damages 22-11-2010 11:15 AM

    Melbourne: Indian doctor Mohammed Haneef, wrongly accused of terror links in Australia, is returning to the country next month for compensation talks, local media said on Monday. Haneef, along with his wife Firdous and three-year-old daughter Haniyah, will arrive in Brisbane in December for the mediation session as one of...
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  • Aus police in the dock again over Haneef case 10-07-2008 03:22 PM

    Lahore: Former Pakistan Test batsman Ijaz Ahmed, charged in a forgery case, has been allowed by a local court to remain on bail until the next date of hearing on November 10. Judicial magistrate, Imtiaz Ahmed didn't issue any arrest warrants after several hearings of the case, which dates back...
  • Aus police ignored evidence of Haneef's innocence 14-04-2008 12:05 PM

    Adelaide: Australia captain Michael Clarke stated that his team would not be satisfied with anything less than a 4-0 whitewash in the ongoing Test series against India. Having already pocketed the series 3-0, the two teams will play the final Test match at the Adelaide Oval from January 24 onwards....
  • Aussies say no to Haneef's compensation claim 18-02-2008 11:49 AM

    Northampton: Despite trailing 0-2 and their world number one Test ranking at stake, India are quiet confident of turning the tables on a rampant England in the remaining two Tests of the four-match Test series. Even as the injuries and batting failures have hit India hard, Dhoni's men are not...
  • I'm undecided about returning to Australia: Haneef 04-01-2008 11:47 PM

    Ahmedabad: Police used sticks to disperse a crowd of angry cricket fans on Monday after tickets sold out for the World Cup quarterfinal between India and Australia. An Ahmedabad police spokesman, speaking on condition of anonymity, described the Monday incident as "only a mild cane charge" to "shoo away" an...
  • Haneef wants to stay back in India, says his family 21-12-2007 06:50 PM

    Colombo: Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara expressed his sympathy on Friday for the home fans after police arrested a World Cup ticket seller for trying to sell tickets at a higher price than permitted. "We feel for the public because we understand how keen the country is to watch these...
  • Haneef wins court battle for Australian visa 21-12-2007 09:29 AM

    New Delhi: The International Cricket Council has apologised to South Africa after a scratchy recording of the country's national anthem stopped abruptly during the pre-match formalities at the World Cup Group B match against West Indies on Thursday. The ICC said a technical fault caused the anthem to end halfway...
  • After initial frenzy, peace prevails outside Haneef's house 30-07-2007 02:09 PM

    After Sunday's frenzy, it's much quieter now in front of Haneef's residence. ...
  • Haneef to fly back to Bangalore tonight 28-07-2007 08:44 PM

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