The body of Abdul Karim Telgi (58), the kingpin of multi-crore stamp paper scam, was handed over to the family members after the completion of post-mortem at Victoria Hospital in the city on Friday.. Deccan Herald
For a few years, Telgi had been confined to a wheelchair and was being treated by prison doctors for other ailments such as hypertension and diabetes. DNA Also reported by •India Today •newKerala.com •Deccan Herald
The last rites of Abdul Karim Telgi, kingpin of the multicrore stamp paper scam who died at Victoria Hospital in Bengaluru on Thursday, will be conducted at his hometown Khanapurs Muslim Jamaat.. Deccan Herald
Abdul Karim Telgi, a convict in counterfeit stamp paper scam case, passed away on Thursday afternoon. He was reportedly suffering from meningitis and was admitted in Bengaluru's Victoria Hospital. Zee News Also reported by •IndiaTimes •India Today
Abdul Karim Telgi, kingpin of the multi-crore stamp paper scam, died at Victoria Hospital on Thursday a week after he was admitted there.
He had suffered multi-organ failure, and his condition was.. Deccan Herald Also reported by •DNA
The High Court of Karnataka on Monday acquitted retired Assistant Commissioner of Police T G Sangram Singh of the charges of destroying evidences against accused in the fake stamp paper case.
A.. Deccan Herald
The High Court of Karnataka on Tuesday directed Shamshad Ahamed, owner of the coffee shop located on Fifth Avenue on Brigade Road, to return the payment made to him as advance by Abdul Karim Telgi,.. Deccan Herald
Everything was going strong for Radheshyam Mopalwar, due for retirement in early 2018. He had always enjoyed a good rapport with political leaderships that came in all hues and shades. As an officer.. DNA