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Judgement in Uphaar Cinema fire a 'travesty of justice':

Twenty years after the fire in south Delhi's Uphaar Cinema engulfed 59 lives, the families of the victims feel that justice has been denied to them in the case.

Uphaar tragedy case: SC rejects Gopal Ansal's plea, asks him to surrender

*New Delhi [India], Mar 20 (ANI): The Supreme Court on Monday refused plea of Gopal Ansal, seeking more time to surrender and ordered the real estate baron to undergo the rest of his jail term in the..
ANI News

Uphaar cinema fire case: No relief for Gopal Ansal, SC asks him to surrender immediately

The Supreme Court today refused Gopal Ansal's plea seeking more time to surrender and asked him to undergo rest of the jail term in the 1997 Uphaar cinema fire tragedy case
Zee News

Uphaar cinema fire: Sorry, we can't, says SC rejecting Gopal Ansal's plea for more time to surrender

A huge fire broke out at the Uphaar cinema hall when the movie Border was being screened on June 13, 1997. 59 people were killed in the incident.
India Today

Uphaar cinema fire tragedy : Supreme Court refuses to strike down Gopal Ansal's jail term


Uphaar cinema fire: Recalling the tragic events of June 13, 1997

uphaar cinema fire: recalling the tragic events of june 13, 1997
After a two-decade journey for justice, the Supreme Court on Thursday sent real estate baron Gopal Ansal to one year in jail for the Uphaar fire tragedy that killed 59 people in 1997. In what is..

SC hands one-year jail term to theatre owner for Uphaar tragedy

* The Supreme Court on Thursday sentenced real estate baron Gopal Ansal to a year in jail in the 1997 Uphaar Cinema fire tragedy case, by "correcting" its own 2015 judgement.* A three-judge bench by..
Deccan Herald

'Uphaar ruling will embolden firms to flout norms for profit'

On a day the apex court ordered real estate baron Gopal Ansal to serve one year jail term in connection with Uphaar cinema fire case, Neelam Krishnamoorthy, who lost her two teenage children in the..
DNA Also reported by •Deccan Herald

Uphaar cinema fire verdict : Owners held guilty, SC orders jail for Gopal Ansal


Uphaar Cinema fire case: Ansal brothers assure SC they will not leave India

59 people had died of asphyxia when a fire broke out during the screening of Bollywood movie 'Border' in Uphaar theatre in Green Park area of South Delhi on 13 June, 1997. The post Uphaar Cinema..

Uphaar tragedy: victims' parents' pen down book

It has been 19 years but Neelam, 47 and Shekhar Krishnamoorthy, 48, remembers that day like it was yesterday. The couple, who lost their children Unnati, 17, and Ujjwal, 13, in the infamous Uphaar..

SC to hear plea against declaring Nilgai, monkeys as vermins

*New Delhi:* A plea has been filed in Supreme Court seeking quashing and interim stay of three notifications of the Centre declaring Nilgai, monkey and wild boar as vermins for one year in the states..

Disasters waiting to happen

*The capital's tryst with fires peaks with the rising mercury in summer. While the ghost of the two-decade old Uphaar Cinema fire tragedy continues to haunt the city, it is the slackness to learn from..
Deccan Herald

Delhi cops awarded Prez's medal

*Four Delhi Police officers have been conferred with President's Police Medal for Distinguished Service on the occasion of Republic Day. The Police Medal for Meritorious Service have also been awarded..
Deccan Herald

Uphaar tragedy: SC agrees to hear review petition

Ansal brothers on August 19, 2014, had escaped being jailed in the 18-year-old gruesome Uphaar Cinema fire case with the apex court asking them to pay a fine of Rs 30 crore each in three months' time..

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