Months after the Allahabad High Court gave Rajesh and Nupur Talwar the benefit of doubt and acquitted them in the murder of their daughter Aarushi and servant Hemraj, the latter's wife has moved the Supreme Court against the acquittal.
Aarushi-Hemraj murder: Talwars' lawyer had filed contempt plea against CBI judge for 'prejudiced judgment'
The trial court judge holding the trial against Rajesh and Nupur Talwar — charged with killing their daughter Aarushi and domestic servant Hemraj — was biased against the defendants, so their lawyer Satyaketu Singh had filed a contempt petition against him for a "prejudiced judgement", said Singh on Monday
Aarushi Talwar murder case: Missing weapons, contaminated evidence, coerced witnesses among many mistakes committed
There were loopholes in CBI's case against Nupur and Rajesh Talwar in the double murder case of their daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj from day one
Hats off to Gulzar and Bharadwaj for their digging and making a documentary thriller, a genre that is largely unexplored in Indian mainstream cinema.
Nupur has given a list of some books which jail authorities are trying to provide her from the jail's library.
The Talwars showed us a mirror to ourselves and to our flaws. The Aarushi-Hemraj murder case (over the last five and half years) was as much an ongoing police investigation as a continuous introspection by the middle class.
Here is what the judgement delivered by the Special CBI Court in Ghaziabad on Monday had to say on the circumstances based on which it convicted dentist couple Rajesh and Nupur Talwar for the murder of their teenage daughter Aarushi
We track the latest developments as a CBI court is set to give its verdict in the controversial Aarushi Talwar-Hemraj double murder case.
The CBI's argument that the "circumstances of the double murder" deserved the death penalty was not accepted by the court.
Defence lawyer says the judge has relied on the special provision of the Indian Evidence Act and found that “the accused should have given explanations”.
For the national investigative agency to base its reports on such loosely bound facts and theories is downright shameful.
Family and friends on emerging from the courtroom urged the media to give them a few minutes to compose themselves before asking them questions. Some friends were in tears.
The special CBI court hearing the Aarushi-Hemraj murder case today adjourned the hearing till April 16.
The admission was made by CBI inspector MS Fartiyal, a witness of the prosecution, during cross-examination on Wednesday.
A family friend of the Talwars speaks of their experience with Nupur Talwar having spent the last four months in jail.
A CBI witness who performed the last rites of Aarushi, on Wednesday told a CBI court that Rajesh Talwar had claimed his daughter's bones nearly an hour after they were kept in crematorium locker, amid the agency's contention that the parents had shown undue haste.
The Defence in Aarushi-Hemraj murder today claimed that there were "massive contradictions" in the statements of the doctor, who conducted the post-mortem on Aarushi
Justice J S Khehar and Justice A K Patnaik of the Supreme Court had different arguments, but agreed that there was no merit in Nupur Talwar's application.