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ISRO spy case: After 24 years, Supreme Court orders Rs 50 lakh compensation for ex-scientist Nambi Narayanan in false espionage case

Firstpost Friday, 14 September 2018
The Supreme Court on Friday awarded Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) scientist S Nambi Narayanan a compensation of Rs 50 lakh for wrongful arrest in 1994 on espionage charges.
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Nambi Narayanan Full Story. Scientist Nambi Narayanan was accused of ISI espionage. After 24 years, the Supreme Court said that S Narayanan was arrested by the Kerala Police and was given mental torture. The Supreme Court also ordered the compensation of Rs 50 lakh to ISRO scientist. Let's know his...

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