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Drop Decision to File Appeal in Sankararaman Case: HM
New Indian Express

Drop Decision to File Appeal in Sankararaman Case: HM

PUDUCHERRY: Activists of Hindu Munnani staged a demonstration near Raj Nivas condemning the decision to appeal against the verdict of the trial court here in the Sankararaman murder case in which Kanchi Acharyas Jayendra Saraswathi and Vijayendra ... New Indian Express, 1 week ago
UT to Appeal Sankararaman Case New Indian Express, 1 week ago
Kanchi Case: UT L-G Gives Nod to Appeal New Indian Express, 1 week ago
Times of India

NDA Apathy Led to Verdict Challenge?

PUDUCHERRY: The decision of the Puducherry government to file an appeal in the Madras High Court in the Sankararaman murder case and the subsequent sacking of Lieutenant Governor Virendra Kataria has stirred up a hornet's nest. While the L-G ...
 New Indian Express6 days ago Puducherry to appeal against seer's acquittal  The Hindu2 weeks ago Sankararaman murder case: Puducherry govt to appeal against acquittal of Kanchi seers, others  Times of India2 weeks ago
Woman's Era

Witness Protection

In the sensational murder case in which the Kanchi Shankara­charya was charged with criminal conspiracy and murder of Sankarara­man and finally acquitted, more than half of the witnesses including the family of the victim and an approver turned ...
 Woman's Era3 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

Activist seeks legal solution for acquittal cases

Picture for representational purpose Chennai: An RTI petitioner filed a complaint with the state law department and urged action against Tamil Nadu police officials who failed to collect adequate evidence related to murder cases in the state. ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 days ago
Times of India

Tricked Into Signing Appeal in Seer Case

PUDUCHERRY: Sacked Lieutenant Governor Virendra Kataria claimed on Tuesday that he was trapped into giving the nod for filing an appeal in the Sankararaman murder case in the Madras High Court. In an interaction with reporters at Raj Nivas, Kataria ...
 New Indian Express6 days ago Puducherry governor cries fowl, blames local administration  Economic Times6 days ago Puducherry govt's mantra is to plunder public money, Kataria says  Times of India1 week ago It is reward for my honesty, says sacked Puducherry Lt Governor Virendra Kataria  Times of India1 week ago

Munnani members protest stage

The Puducherry unit of the Hindu Munnani held a demonstration infront of the Head Post Office here today. The agitation was to protest against the Lt.Governor giving approval for fileing an appeal against the judgement of the Puducherry court in ...
 NetIndia123.com1 week ago
Times of India

Sacking is reward for my honesty, says Kataria

PUDUCHERRY: Virendra Kataria, who was removed by the Union government from the gubernatorial post, termed his sacking as a reward for his honesty. He was sacked four days after he gave approval for filing an appeal against an order by a Puducherry ...
 Times of India1 week ago Sacking is reward for my honesty says Kataria  Mumbai News.Net1 week ago

Silence descends on Raj Nivas

In contrast to the everyday bustle inside the Raj Nivas and in front of it these days, as various outfits launched protests to demand the ouster of the incumbent, silence descended on the gubernatorial office a day after the President ordered the ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
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