Anindya Thakuria

Articles By Anindya Thakuria

Accused in rape of US woman granted bail

The court issued bail to tourist guide Anirudh, driver Om Prakash and cleaner Maqsood Khan

Dinakaran, aide get bail in EC bribery case

AIADMK leader T T V Dinakaran and his aide Mallikarjuna have been granted bail by a Delhi court in the Election Commission (EC) bribery case.

Two booked for beating up woman officer

The incident took place on Monday afternoon when the accused, Praveen (28) and Sonam (26), were stopped by traffic police near Delhi Cantonment for not wearing helmets.

Uphaar cinema fire: Ansals told to appear before court in ‘evidence tampering’ case

In a case related to alleged tampering of evidence in the Uphaar cinema fire case, a city court Saturday asked all accused to appear before it on the next dates of hearing — August 16 and 18. Uphaar cinema proprietors Sushil Ansal and Gopal Ansal, along with five others —  Anoop Singh, Prem Prakash Batra, […]

Fresh defamation complaint against Arvind Kejriwal

According to Bhardwaj, on May 13, he had sent a notice to both Kejriwal and Singh asking them to tender an apology for the wrong allegations

1984 anti-Sikh riots: Court asks CBI to seize Jagdish Tytler’s passport

Tytler had visited the passport office on Monday to find out the status of his passport, where he was handed over his renewed passport.

Naveen Jindal chargesheeted in MP coal block case now

Jindal and several officials in JSPL are also facing trial in the case relating to the allocation of Amarkonda Murgadangal coal block in Jharkhand.

Coal scam: Former coal secretary H C Gupta, two other IAS officers get two years in jail

The case relates to alleged irregularities in the allocation of Thesgora-B/ Rudrapuri coal block in Madhya Pradesh to Kamal Sponge Steel & Power Ltd.

1984 anti-Sikh riots: Jagdish Tytler refuses to undergo polygraph test

Tytler has on multiple occasions submitted before the court that lie detector test is “inhuman, cruel, illegal”, while refusing to undergo the test.

Ex-Coal Secretary, 2 IAS officers convicted in coal scam case

The case relates to alleged irregularities in allocation of Thesgora-B/Rudrapuri coal block in Madhya Pradesh to Kamal Sponge Steel & Power Ltd.

Satyendar Jain files defamation complaint against Kapil Mishra

According to Jain, Mishra defamed him by alleging that he had given Rs 2 crore to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. The statement was made by Mishra at a press conference on May 7.

TTV Dinakaran case: Hawala operator in police custody

According to police, Lalit had allegedly handed over Rs 1 crore of unaccounted for to an unidentified person.

Sunanda Pushkar death probe: Court asks Delhi Police: How many more times do you need to visit hotel?

The court is hearing a plea by Leela Hotel seeking de-sealing of suite number 345, where Pushkar's body was found on January 17, 2014

Delhi: Court drops cheating charges against Batla House caretaker

Police said he had let out the flat to “terrorists” who carried out serial blasts in the capital on September 13, 2008, in which at least 30 people were killed and over 100 injured

Herald, Panchkula cases ‘not related’, Swamy drops plea to call Hooda

The National Herald case is based on a private complaint lodged by Swamy

Gujarat MP ‘extortion’: Custody of woman lawyer extended

The court, however, said the “voice sample cannot be taken without consent” and asked the woman if she was willing to give her consent.

MP K C Patel ‘extortion’ case: Woman in judicial remand

Delhi Police arrested her Tuesday after an FIR was lodged against her based on a complaint by Patel, the MP from Valsad, wherein he accused her of trying to extort money from him by making an objectionable video.

Greater Noida: FIR against Ansal’s company

Acting on a complaint by a more than a dozen homebuyers, the court on April 28 had asked the police to lodge an FIR against the company, Ansal Hi-tech Township Ltd.

2008 BMW hit-and-run: Accused acquitted of homicide charges

The court, however, held him guilty of rash driving, voluntarily causing hurt on provocation and causing death by negligence

Court quashes order to conduct polygraph test on JNU students

The Metropolitan Magistrate order was passed on March 30, but was stayed by a sessions court on April 6.

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