Jagdish Tytler Summary The court has also asked the CBI to file a reply clarifying the position as regard to the documents filed in sealed cover. A Delhi court pulled up the CBI on Wednesday for filing an incomplete reply on a plea filed by ... Indian Express, 1 month ago
Court pulls up CBI for incomplete reply to Tytler plea - Prokerala, 1 month ago
CBI faces court's ire for incomplete reply to Tytler's plea - Press Trust of India, 1 month ago
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The defamation case filed by senior lawyer and Aam Aadmi Party leader HS Phoolka took a new turn on Wednesday after congress leader Jagdish Tytler, accused in the case told a Delhi court that he was ready to tender "unconditional apology" to the advocate to ...Sikh Siyasat Online, 2 months ago Phoolka rejects Tytler's unconditional apology New Delhi Pioneer, 2 months ago Defamation case: Tytler offers apology, Phoolka refuses Press Trust of India, 2 months ago Defamation case: Tytler willing to apologise, Phoolka refuses offer Yahoo! Maktoob News, 2 months ago
Senior Congress leader Jagdish Tytler on Wednesday told a Delhi court that he wanted to tender an unconditional apology to Mr H.S. Phoolka, the lawyer who is representing 1984 anti-Sikh riots cases, to settle a criminal defamation case. Mr Phoolka refused to ...Asian Age, 2 months ago
Pulbangash Gurdwara massacre: Court acquits man; Investigations against Jagdish Tytler still pending
New Delhi, India (August 22, 2014): According to information a Delhi based Indian court acquitted another accused in a November 1984 Delhi Sikh massacre related case in which a Hindu mob had set afire a Sikh Gurdwara leading to the death of three people. The ...Sikh Siyasat Online, 1 week ago Court Acquits Lone Suspect in 1984 Burning of Delhi Gurdwara India-West, 1 week ago 1984 riots case: 1 let off Times of India, 1 week ago 1984 riots: Man let off after CBI fails to prove presence Siasat Daily, 1 week ago
Several senior leaders Jagdish Tytler, Sajjan Kumar, Haroon Yusuf, Sharmistha Mukherjee, Mukesh Sharma and other former MLAs were among those who staged the protest.Times of India, 1 month ago Congress Workers Plan to Gherao Parliament, End up in Protest New Indian Express, 1 month ago Forced to tighten belts as prices rise New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago NDA surrounded by Congress leaders Samaylive, 1 month ago
— By FP NEWS SERVICE, August 26, 2014 12:55 am Mhow : Former Union Minister and Senior leader of Congress Jagdish Tytler will appear in Mhow court today after the Court issued an arrest warrant against him. As per the information, Judo wrestler ...The Freepress Journal, 1 week ago Jagdish Tytler to appear in court on August 26 The Freepress Journal, 1 week ago
MHOW: A non-bailable warrant was issued by a Mhow court against former central minister, senior Congress leader and All India Judo Federation president Jagdish Tytler recently. But his counsel had filed an application on his behalf pleading for ...Times of India, 6 days ago Tytler fails to appear in Mhow court in Judo player's case New Delhi Pioneer, 5 days ago
NEW DELHI: With Sheila Dikshit returning to the national capital after resigning as Kerala Governor, there are apprehensions among the Congress leaders over her role in the party. Expected to be made general secretary in the party, the former ...New Indian Express, 5 days ago Should Sheila Dikshit return to Delhi Congress? Verdict split Financial Express, 5 days ago Should Sheila return to Delhi Cong? Verdict split Indian Express, 6 days ago Sheila Dikshit may soon comeback to Delhi politics DNA India, 1 week ago
AMRITSAR: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has demanded removal of Z category cover provided to the accused in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. Party leader and senior Supreme Court advocate Harvinder Singh Phoolka told TOI on Thursday that he had written a letter to ...Times of India, 5 days ago AAP demands withdrawal of security cover given to 1984 anti riots accused Times of India, 5 days ago
NEW DELHI: It is trying to rebuild itself after two electoral debacles in quick succession, but the city Congress could get mired in a power struggle if former chief minister Sheila Dikshit returns to active politics. On Wednesday, Dikshit told ...Times of India, 6 days ago Focus on youth, yet Congress salutes roots Times of India, 1 month ago Congress begins analysis of poll debacle in Delhi Sify, 2 months ago Congress holds protests in Khanpur Asian Age, 2 months ago
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