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Found millions from Bofors in overseas accounts: Michael J Hershman

After the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) recently told the government that it could not appeal against the 2005 Delhi HC order in Bofors gun case, wherein the Hinduja brothers were acquitted,..

Parliamentary panel asks Defence Ministry: Why CBI not permitted to appeal against Bofors order

A Parliamentary panel has quistioned Defence Ministry why CBI was not given permission to file a special leave petition against the 2005 Delhi High Court order on Bofors case aquiting Hinduja..

Bofors pay-off case: SC to hear BJP leader's appeal challenging Delhi HC ruling that gave Hinduja brothers clean chit

The politically-sensitive Rs 64 crore Bofors pay-off case was back in the limelight today with the Supreme Court agreeing to hear BJP leader Ajay Kumar Agarwal's appeal challenging a 2005 Delhi High..

Bofors case: SC agrees to hear plea challenging dropping of charges against Hinduja brothers

The Supreme Court today agreed to hear an appeal challenging a 2005 Delhi High Court order quashing charges against Europe-based industrialists, the Hinduja brothers in the Bofors pay-off scam. A bench..
All India Radio

SC agrees to hear appeal on Bofors case in October

In a fresh turn of events, the Supreme Court today agreed to hear an appeal filed by BJP leader Ajay Kumar Agarwal challenging a 2005 Delhi High Court order quashing charges against Europe-based..
Deccan Herald

2005 serial blast convict's appeal: HC seeks police reply

The Delhi High Court today sought the response of the police on a 2005 Delhi serial blast convict's plea against his conviction in the case.

2005 Delhi blasts: Victims likely to get compensation soon

A court had last month pronounced its judgment in the Sarojini Nagar blast in which 60 people were killed and more than 200 people were injured.
India Today

Tariq Ahmed Dar, convicted for 2005 Delhi serial blasts, gets bail in money laundering case

A Delhi court on Monday granted bail to Tariq Ahmed Dar, who was convicted on Thursday for the 2005 Delhi serial blasts, in a related money laundering case.
Zee News

2005 Delhi Serial Blasts: Mastermind Dar granted bail in money laundering case

newKerala.com Also reported by •ANI News

2005 Delhi blasts: How ELITE Delhi police’s lazy attitude led to acquittals

The judgment in the October, 2005 Delhi serial blasts, acquitting two persons of all charges was nothing short of a shocker. Another was convicted for being a member of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba, although..

Who planted bombs in 2005? Delhi police claims fall flat in court

Court slams Special Cell of Delhi police for shoddy investigation * 2 main accused acquitted of all charges

Two men accused of the 2005 Delhi blasts found NOT GUILTY

two men accused of the 2005 delhi blasts found not guilty
A city court has acquitted Mohammed Hussain Fazili and Mohammed Rafiq Shah of all charges after they spent 11 years in jail after being arrested in the 2005 Delhi serial blasts case.
MailOnline India

2005 Delhi blasts: Anguished and angry, kin fear terror surge

The families of the 2005 serial blast victims and the survivors reacted with disbelief, anger and helplessness at the verdict. They said they felt cheated by the system. Many blamed the police for..

2005 Delhi serial blasts: Court awards 10-yr jail term to man

A Delhi court today awarded ten- year jail term to a man, facing trial in the 2005 Diwali-eve serial blasts that had claimed 67 lives, for being a member of banned terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT)..

2005 Delhi serial blasts case: Court acquits two, says prosecution failed to prove their guilt

 A Delhi court today acquitted two persons, accused in 2005 Diwali-eve serial blasts case here which had claimed 67 lives, saying the prosecution has failed to prove their guilt. Additional..

2005 Delhi Serial Blasts: Mastermind convicted, two others acquitted

newKerala.com Also reported by •Zee NewsANI News

DNA Evening Must Reads: Tamil Nadu crisis, Microsoft inks deal with Tata Motors and more

*1) Tamil Nadu LIVE: K Palaniswami sworn in as new Chief Minister, has 15 days to prove his majority* Ending the deadlock, Tamil Nadu Governor C Vidyasagar Rao on Thursday invited AIADMK Legislative..

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