A native of Bikiyas

A native of Bikiyasen village in Uttarakhand’s Almora district.

Kuwar said that he had come to know that a senior officer of the Academy had slapped a defamation notice of around Rs 1 crore on his only son. will have a negative impact on the economic growth by two to three per cent. The questionnaire has been sent by the foreigners division of the MHA under Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act. another was found lying, including Noman, 2014 1:06 pm Related News With three in four registered housing societies in Maharashtra yet to get the right to title of the plot on which they stand,s name within four months of the formation of a housing society. The LDF members also protested alleged police excesses during the marches taken out in different parts of the state by their feeder outfits on Monday. The two staff members were removed from the CM’s office last week.including former Army Chief General VK Singh.

the passengers were shifted to another aircraft which flew them to Mumbai. she threw up all over. these four families have no access to toilets and relieve themselves in the woods. Opp parties chorus: appeal The single-judge bench of Justice C R Kumaraswamy ruled that the trial court convicted Jayalalithaa and others by putting the onus on the accused to disprove charges of accumulation of disproportionate wealth rather than asking the prosecution to prove beyond doubt? party may go for early polls During the trial of the case,special court judge John Michael Cunha had ruled that Jayalalithaa and her associates acquired 150 pieces of property at a cost of Rs 2007 crore; spent Rs 2253 crore on renovating or refurbishing buildings they owned; bought gold and diamonds worth Rs 251 crore and staged a wedding for her adopted son Sudhakaran at a cost of Rs 3 crore The special court found that Jayalalithaa and her associates accumulated Rs 5360 crore of wealth between 1991-96 against a known income of Rs 991 crore During the trial the special court had concluded that a maze of 32 companies was created or bought by Jayalalithaa’s associates V K Sasikala V N Sudhakaran and J Illavarasi for the sole purpose of siphoning money illegally earned by Jayalalithaa to buy nearly 3000 acres in Tamil Nadu The Karnataka High Court however disagreed saying there was absence of evidence to link Jayalalithaa to the firms and ruled that the presence of her associates as directors in the firms was not sufficient to prove she was also part of a conspiracy Most importantly the High Court ruled that the trial court and prosecution had erred in considering bank loans to the tune of Rs 2417 crore as an income of the companies linked to Jayalalithaa’s associates which was used to purchase property to the tune of Rs 2007 crore The value of the properties owned was also only around Rs 624 crore and not Rs 2007 crore the High Court said While the trial court had assessed that Jayalalithaa had spent Rs 2253 crore to refurbish her home the High Court ruled that only around Rs 510 crore was spent on new or additional construction “Everything assessed is done more or less on guesswork rather than actual price prevailing during the check period’’ the high court said One piece of evidence that the special judge had taken into consideration to assess the quantum of illegal income of Jayalalithaa was Rs 14 crore of unaccounted deposits of cash into the bank accounts of a newspaper Namadhu MGR operated by a firm with Jayalalithaa as a partner The High Court over-ruled this saying this was accumulated through collection of deposits of Rs 18000 made by each of an estimated 9000 subscribers of the newspaper The High Court also found fault with the assessment that Jayalalithaa spent Rs 3 crore on the wedding of Sudhakaran where musicians A R Rahman and Mandolin Srinivas were among the performers “Just because Accused No 1 was Chief Minister at that time we cannot saddle all marriage expenses on her part Relying on income tax returns towards expenditure of marriage I consider that she has spent about Rs 2868000’’ the High Court ruled In the final assessment the High Court said that Jayalalithaa and her associates had assets worth only Rs 3759 crore against a total income of Rs 3476 crore with disproportion of about Rs 282 crore “The percentage of disproportionate assets is 812% It is relatively small In the instant case the disproportionate asset is less than 10% and it is within permissible limit’’ the court said while ordering the acquittal of Jayalalithaa and consequently her associates For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News sources in the Legislation Department said the Bill had the provision that the government would issue notification as and when it felt fit to come out with various additional provisions to implement the law, returned by Beniwal in April 2010 with remarks that “forcing voter to vote is against the principles of individual liberty”. In some cases, The police also recovered some bottle bombs from Khirgaon area, “He has delivered several landmark judgments.

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Father of the victim is a watchman and her mother works for a private firm.dated July 1,2009,By: Express News Service | Aizawl | Published: August 18

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