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  • Timeline: Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa convicted in disproportionate assets case 3 days ago

    Bangalore: Following is the course the disproportionate assets case against Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa has traversed, seeing legal and political twists and turns in the last 18 years after the DMK government decided to form Special Court on coming to power in 1996. 1996: Dr Subramanian Swamy, then a leader of...
  • Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa found guilty in corruption case, has to quit 3 days ago

    Bangalore: In what could bring about a major turn in Tamil Nadu politics, a special court in Bangalore convicted AIADMK supremo and state Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa in an 18-year-old disproportionate assets case under the Prevention of Corruption Act. The AIADMK chief's close aide Sasikala too has been found guilty...
  • Government officer found guilty by Committee of Privileges August 7, 2014

    Jharkhand Assembly on Wednesday gave assent to punishment recommended by the Committee of Privileges against a senior government officer, finding him guilty of offending an RJD MLA in 2011. Placing the findings of the report in the House, Speaker Shashank Shekhar Bhokta said the Committee found thethen Deputy Development Commissioner Dilip...
  • 10 Kashmiri students expelled from Meerut University, guilty of misconduct May 23, 2014

    Ten Kashmiri students caught in a row over cheering for Pakistan cricket team have been expelled by a private university in Meerut after they were found guilty of misconduct and damaging property while suspension of 57 other Kashmiri students was revoked. Over two months after a controversy broke out over Swami...
  • Indian national pleads guilty to Singapore rioting April 30, 2014

    Singapore: A 33yearold Indian national, on Wednesday, pleaded guilty of rioting and committing mischief during Singapore's worst street violence in 40 years. Ramalingam Sakthivel, a construction worker, pleaded guilty to throwing various projectiles at police officers and police vehicles, and into a bus involved in a fatal accident that sparked the...
  • 1984 riots guilty remain unpunished, says Arun Jaitley April 21, 2014

    Raking up the issue of 1984 riots, BJP leader Arun Jaitley on Monday alleged that those guilty for the "state sponsored" violence still remain unpunished. Describing the "massacre" of innocent Sikhs after the assassination of the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi as a "black spot" in the democracy, the BJP leader,...
  • UK: British teenage girl pleads guilty to assault on elderly Sikh October 18, 2013

    A British teenage girl caught on camera severely assaulting a 80yearold Sikh man has pleaded guilty in a court. Coral Millerchip, 19, pleaded guilty at the Warwick Crown Court yesterday for an assault causing actual bodily harm on Trinity Street Coventry city centre in the West Midlands region of England on...
  • Muzaffarnagar riots: Akhilesh Yadav warns strict action against those guilty September 10, 2013

    Under fire over the Muzaffarnagar clashes, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Tuesday said efforts were being made to ensure there were no more violent incidents and warned strict action against those found guilty for the communal flare-up. "The government would deal strictly with all those who have tried to...
  • Asaram should be boycotted if found guilty: Women's Commission August 24, 2013

    Rajasthan State Women's Commission (RSWC) chairperson Laad Kumari Jain on Saturday said that Asaram Bapu should be boycotted if found guilty of the charges of having raped a minor at his ashram. "Time has come to evaluate whether we are following the right people. Such leaders form spiritual opinion and if they...
  • All guilty will be punished, says Rajeev Shukla May 22, 2013

    IPL commissioner Rajeev Shukla said that all guilty will be punished whether they are administrators or players. ...
  • Sinha accuses Chacko of being 'unilateral', calls for JPC meet March 20, 2013

    New Delhi: Taking strong exception to JPC Chairman P C Chacko's decision to send a questionaire to former Telecom Minister A Raja on 2G telecom spectrum scam, BJP leader Yashwant Sinha has accused Chacko of "unilateral" behaviour and violating the principle of consensus for taking decisions. Sinha, who is a member...
  • Vandalism at UP hospital, Medical Association seeks strict action March 8, 2013

    Lucknow: Provincial Medical Services (PMS) Association on Thursday demanded the Uttar Pradesh government to take strict action those involved in the manhandling of doctors and vandalism at a hospital in Varanasi. President of the Association, Ashok Yadav said that after the episode at the Deen Dayal Upadhyaya hospital not only...
  • Kochi: Shobha John found guilty in Thantri case August 8, 2012

    Kochi: Bringing to an end the sixyearold controversial episode, the Ernakulam Additional Sessions Court on Tuesday found Shobha John and eight others guilty in the blackmailing of former Sabarimala Thantri Kandararu Mohanaru. The sentence will be pronounced on Wednesday. The prosecution had submitted that the accused had hatched a conspiracy...
  • Rajaratnam convicted of insider trading charges May 11, 2011

    New York: Galleon Group hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam was found guilty on all 14 conspiracy and securities fraud charges of insider trading on Wednesday, a verdict that could galvanize the government's aggressive tactics in future prosecutions of Wall Street figures. The federal jury in New York convicted Rajaratnam of nine...
  • Woman pleads guilty on 'book destroying' charges January 30, 2011

    Salmon, Idaho: An Idaho library has closed the book on a string of condiment attacks against its bookdrop now that the ketchupwielding criminal has been jailed, a Boise librarian said on Saturday. "We're relieved it's resolved; it's been going on for a while," Ann Costello, reference librarian at Ada County Community...
  • Indian American pleads guilty to stealing $ 34 mn July 30, 2010

    Washington: A former IndianAmerican executive faces up to 20 years in jail after pleading guilty to stealing $ 34 million from stereo headphone manufacturer Koss Corporation for her "irrational and excessive buying sprees". Sujata Sachdeva, 46, a former vice president of finance at Koss Corporation, pleaded guilty to all the six...
  • I blame doc for bro's death: Janet Jackson April 5, 2010

    Janet Jackson has spoken out against her late brother Michael Jackson's doctor Conrad Murray and says she blames the physician for the death of her sibling. "Yes, I do. He's the one that was administering the drug, from what I do know," dailystar.co.uk quoted Janet blaming Murray in an interview as...
  • Headley escapes death, extradition to India March 19, 2010

    Chicago: David Coleman Headley has pleaded guilty to all 12 terror charges against him. He has also admitted his role in planning the Mumbai terror attacks. Following his guilty plea, he has given up his right to appeal, but has also been spared the death sentence and even extradition...
  • After Rana, Headley too pleads not guilty to terror charges January 29, 2010

    Chicago: Terror suspect David Headley, who changed his name to hide his Pakistani origin, has pleaded not guilty to 12 charges, including scouting targets for the November 2008 Mumbai terror attacks that killed 166 people. Son of a Pakistani father and an American mother, Headley, who changed his name from Daood...
  • London cabbie found guilty of rape and molestation March 15, 2009

    London: A 51 year old taxi driver in London has been found guilty of raping and molesting a dozen women. The case has shattered the safe image that the city's black cabs have enjoyed for decades. John Worboys works part time as cab driver and part time as a stripper...
  • O J Simpson guilty in Vegas kidnap, robbery case October 4, 2008

    Las Vegas, Nevada: Former gridiron great O J Simpson was found guilty Friday of all 12 counts in the armed robbery of two sports memorabilia dealers at a Las Vegas, Nevada, casino hotel last year. Simpson, 61, and his codefendant Clarence "C J " Stewart, 54, were charged with a...
  • FTN: Stray cases don't make a judiciary successful September 3, 2008

    Businessman Sanjeev Nanda was on Tuesday convicted by a Sessions Court and held guilty for mowing down six people in a BMW hitandrun case of 1999. Additional Sessions Judge, Vinod Kumar held Nanda guilty under section 304 (part 2), culpable homicide not amounting to murder. The court upheld testimony by the...
  • Chronology of the BMW hitand run case July 29, 2009

    New Delhi: On Jan 10, 1999, Sanjeev Nanda, son of arms dealer Suresh Nanda and grandson of former navy chief S.M. Nanda, mowed down six people under his BMW. More than nine years later, he was on Tuesday declared guilty of the crime by a Delhi court. From Jan 10, 1999...
  • BJP welcomes verdict on BMW expose case August 21, 2008

    New Delhi: While the BJP welcomed the Delhi High Court verdict pronounced on Thursday against senior advocates RK Anand and IU Khan for obstructing justice in the BMW expose case, the Congress party said the incident shows that there is a need to evaluate professional ethics. A division bench of the...
  • BMW Case: HC lawyers guilty of helping Nanda August 21, 2008

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Thursday convicted senior advocates R K Anand and I U Khan in the BMW expose case for obstructing administration of justice after a sting operation by a television channel had alleged collusion between the prosecution and the defence in the highprofile BMW hitandrun...
  • Death sentence for two in Beant Singh murder case July 31, 2007

    Chandigarh: A special court in Punjab, on Tuesday, sentenced two people to death and two others to life imprisonment in the Beant Singh assassination case. While Balwant Singh and Jagdar Singh Hawara were sentenced to death in assassination case of the late chief minister, Shamsher Singh, Gurmeet Singh and Lakhwinder Singh...
  • Six people held guilty in Beant Singh murder case July 30, 2007

    New Delhi: A court in Chandigarh has pronounced its judgement in the Beant Singh Murder case. Six people have been held guilty while one person Navdeep Singh has been acquitted. The Congress Chief Minister was assassinated at the high security Punjab secretariat complex in Chandigarh on August 31, 1995, by a...
  • Doc lodges FIR againt himself June 27, 2007

    Kolkata: Dr Pradyot Kumar is one doctor who has taken his Hippocratic oath very seriously. So much so, that when his patient died, he went and lodged a police complaint against himself, saying his negligence cost a life. "According to my conscience, whatever I felt I should do at that...
  • 23 Mumbai blast accused acquitted June 20, 2007

    Mumbai: For actor Sanjay Dutt the routine checks were yet another reminder of the things that are yet to unfold in the coming month but for people like Abdul Aziz it was time heave a sigh of relief. Aziz now finally walks out of the TADA Court after being acquitted...
  • '93 blast case sentencing on May 18 June 20, 2007

    Mumbai: A TADA court in Mumbai, on Wednesday said that it will announce the quantum of punishment for those guilty in the Mumbai 1993 serial blasts case on May 18. The court had asked all convicted, including perhaps the most talked about convict Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt convicted of possessing...