Post Tagged with: "CBI case"

Will Jagan be in jail for another 6 months?

Will Jagan be in jail for another 6 months?

0 on April 30, 2013, 1:40 pm / in Headlines, Politics

CBI counsel Ashok Bhan told Surpeme Court on Tuesday that it might take another four to six months to file the final charge sheet in Jagan case. He also made it that the final charge sheet could be filed only after the completion of the investigation into the case. This statement by the CBI effectively seals the fate of Jagan’s […]

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Chandrababu relieved as CBI case dismissed

Chandrababu relieved as CBI case dismissed

0 on February 16, 2012, 1:20 pm / in Headlines

In a major relief to Telugu Desam Party president N Chandrababu Naidu, a Division Bench of the Andhra Pradesh High Court, comprising Justice Rohini and Justice Asuthosh Mohata, on Thursday dismissed the petition filed by YSR Congress leader Vijayamma against Chandrababu Naidu and others for CBI inquiry into their alleged illegal assets and other irregularities. The bench said that the […]

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Setback to YS Vijaya in SC

Setback to YS Vijaya in SC

0 on January 16, 2012, 2:38 pm / in Headlines, Politics

YSR Congress Party has faced a setback on Monday in the Supreme Court. Following the apex court’s direction, YS Vijaya withdrew her petition in the Supreme Court seeking transfer of her petition in AP High Court for a CBI probe into alleged misuse of power by Chandrababu Naidu when he was Chief Minister. The YSR Congress Party honorary president had […]

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Sai Reddy, Consul General of Georgia!

Sai Reddy, Consul General of Georgia!

0 on January 5, 2012, 10:05 am / in Headlines, Politics

Vijaya Sai Reddy would not have been behind bars today, had his master plan to get diplomatic immunity succeeded.Yes, Vijaya Sai Reddy, arrested Vice-Chairman of Jagathi Publications, would have been Honorary Consul General of Georgia in Hyderabad. And would have been beyond the pale of Indian law. Soon after CBI booked cases against Jagan and Sai Reddy, the family auditor […]

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Matrix Prasad next in line of fire?

Matrix Prasad next in line of fire?

0 on January 4, 2012, 5:26 pm / in Headlines, Politics

After Vijaya Sai Reddy, who? That is the question doing the rounds political, non-political and business and social circles in the state. The likes of V Hanumanth rao or DL Ravindra Reddy may want that Jagan, being the first accused in the case, should be behind bars. But sources in the know of developments say that a couple of businessman […]

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Jagan loses Mr Dependable as Sai Reddy likely stay put in jail

Jagan loses Mr Dependable as Sai Reddy likely stay put in jail

0 on January 2, 2012, 11:30 pm / in Editor's Pick, Headlines, Politics

Venumbakam Vijaya Sai Reddy has been advising YS family since the days of YS Raja Reddy and is variously described as the kingpin behind Jagan’s rapid ascent as a businessman. Sai Reddy who practiced as auditor till recently in Chennai later shifted base to supervise Jagan’s affairs full-time. CBI is said to have found incriminating evidence of the role played […]

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Chandrababu gets relief, as lawyers divided on party lines

Chandrababu gets relief, as lawyers divided on party lines

0 on December 13, 2011, 4:42 pm / in Headlines, Politics

Today’s High Court interim direction to CBI against proceeding with inquiry into Chandrababu Naidu’s assets case has come as a breather to a beleaguered TDP. The bench consisting of Justice Rohini and Justice Ashutosh Mohanta ruled during the hearings of the case that the inquiry should be kept in abeyance till the court pronounced on the petition filed by Chandrababu […]

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TDP to target Sonia in courts?

TDP to drag Sonia to court?

0 on November 22, 2011, 3:36 am / in Headlines, Politics

The CBI preliminary inquiry into TDP leaders’ assets have left the party gasping for a response. While the party has decided that individuals named in the HC order – barring Chandrababu Naidu – should approach the Supreme Court, it is mulling over an effective political response to the judicial onslaught targeted at them. Now the TDP seems to have formulated […]

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