National Herald case: Delhi court defers hearing till 21 October; Subramanian Swamy calls Congress office-bearers 'cheats'
Delhi court on Saturday deferred the hearing in the National Herald case after both the sides sought adjournment into the matter.
National Herald case: Subramanian Swamy objects to questions in Hindi during cross-examination, says Congress office-bearers were 'cheats'
Subramanian Swamy, the complainant in the case, was cross-examined by the RS Cheema, the counsel of Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, in the Rouse Avenue Court of Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (ACMM) Samar Vishal.
Delhi HC tells AJL to vacate premises in two weeks, rejects claim that eviction was aimed at erasing Nehru's legacy; timeline of events
A chronology of events in the National Herald eviction case in which the Delhi High Court Friday directed its publisher Associated Journals Limited (AJL) to vacate the premises in the national capital within two weeks
Justice Sunil Gaur, hearing the matter said that AJL will have to vacate the premises at ITO in New Delhi within two weeks after which proceedings under the Public Premises (Eviction of Unauthorized Occupants) Act, 1971 would be initiated.
The bureau has alleged that the act by the then HUDA chairman and the officials had caused a huge financial loss to HUDA as the plot should have been sold through open auction instead of being alloted again to AJL.
Exclusive: Motilal Vora’s wish became Hooda’s command for allotting Panchkula land to National Herald
Is a pattern emerging in the manner in which prime land was allotted to the Associate Journals Limited (AJL) across the country?
Exclusive: Bandra plot allotment for National Herald was full of violations, says Maharashtra govt report
The assessment report has been prepared by the Maharashtra Chief Minister’s Office after it came to light that this land, measuring 3,478 sq metres, was part of the assets of AJL that have been transferred to Young Indian, the section 25 company owned largely by Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi (38 percent each).
National Herald, a powerful institution and representative of people’s voice, was subsequently reduced to the status of real estate.