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1997 Delhi Uphaar cinema fire: I should have shot the culprits
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Uphaar fire tragedy: Ansals fined Rs 60 crore, escape jail term

Over turning the pleas of CBI and the victims' association, a three-judge bench of Justices AR Dave, Kurian Joseph and Adarsh Kumar Goel asked them to pay the total fine of Rs60 crore in three months and deposit it with the Delhi government, which in turn ... DNA, 1 month ago

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Don't accept Rs 60 crore: Uphaar victims' kin to Kejriwal government

Three members of Association of Victims of Uphaar Tragedy on Friday met Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and asked him not to accept Rs 60 crore ordered by the Supreme Court to be paid to it by Ansals, two days after the apex court imposed fine on the convicts. Kejriwal told them that Delhi government will seek legal opinion on their demands and take a considered decision, taking into account the sentiments of the victims families. During the 30-minute-long meeting, the delegation also ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Uphaar fire tragedy: Kin of victims urge Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal not to accept Rs.60 crore fine  Indian Express1 month ago Uphaar verdict: Kejriwal govt checking if it can reject Rs 60 cr fine  India Today1 month ago Kejriwal to seek legal option on Uphaar victims’ demand to decline Rs 60 crore from Ansals  Asian Age1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Our stand vindicated by SC judgement, says Uphaar victims' body

New Delhi : The Uphaar victims association said their stand has been vindicated by the Supreme Court judgement upholding the two-year jail term for the Ansal brothers but felt if they are not made to serve the sentence then the fine of Rs 60 crores ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Uphaar fire tragedy: Rich can get away by paying money: victim  Sify1 month ago Law is not same for rich and poor: Victim on Uphaar case order  MSN News US1 month ago Uphaar fire tragedy verdict: Rich can get away by ...  Firstpost.com1 month ago

A sad uphaar

The Association of Victims of Uphaar Fire Tragedy pursued litigation for 18 years in order to bring the owners of Uphaar cinema to book for not following mandatory safety norms in running their cinema hall. Poor exit markers and unauthorised extensions led to ...
 Asian Age1 month ago
Ani News

Kejriwal assures support to Uphaar tragedy victim

43 am New Delhi, Aug 21 ( ANI ): Association of Victims of Uphaar Tragedy (AVUT) convener Neelam Krishnamoorthy , who met Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal regarding the Supreme Court's ruling on the case, said on Friday that the latter has ...
 Ani News1 month ago Will reject Rs 60 cr from Ansals if I can, Kejriwal tells Uphaar victims  Rediff.com1 month ago Delhi CM Kejriwal assures support to Uphaar tragedy victim  DNA1 month ago Ansals Escape Jail, to Pay Rs 60 Crore for Death of 59 People  New Indian Express1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Uphaar tragedy: Victims’ kin to step up protest

Family members of Uphaar fire victims on Friday said that they will intensify their protest to seek justice and demanded a new legislation to deal with the “man-made disasters” and better safety in public spaces. This is for the first time in 18 years ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago Family members of Uphaar victims to step up protests  Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago Uphaar victims’ kin to step up protests  The Hindu3 weeks ago Family members of Uphaar victims refuse to back down  Millennium Post3 weeks ago
The Hindu

Hope for Uphaar victims

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal with representatives of the Association of the Victims of Uphaar Tragedy (AVUT) at the Delhi Secretariat.— Photo: Special Arrangement We did not want the accused to ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Hope for Uphaar victims? SC allows CBI to file review petition

Just in: Uphaar tragedy: The Supreme Court gives the CBI more time to argue the case and file a review petition. The CBI had sought 30 minutes from the SC to argue points that had been missed out. The SC refused permission and asked the CBI to file a review petition.Yesterday, real estate barons Sushil and Gopal Ansal escaped being jailed in the 18-year-old Uphaar Cinema fire tragedy in which 59 people died with the Supreme Court asking them to pay a fine of Rs 30 crore each and ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Supreme Court rejects CBI appeal in Uphaar fire case  India Today1 month ago

Court has to limit itself under the law: SC on Uphaar sentence

New Delhi, Sep 23: The "magnitude" of the Uphaar fire tragedy case , which had claimed 59 lives, "calls for a higher sentence" but the court has to limit itself to the choice available under the law , the Supreme Court said today. The apex court's ...
 Oneindia1 week ago Unavailability of lawyer causes delay in sentencing in Uphaar tragedy case  India Today1 month ago

Real lesson from Uphaar tragedy: Justice delayed ...

I have to confess when I saw the headline in the morning newspaper for a minute I was not sure what it was about. Wages of Uphaar sin: Rs 60 cr. In a world where there's always a new scandal around the corner, where Saradha passes the baton to ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago
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