G Janardhan Reddy granted bail by Bengaluru court in Ponzi scam case; bond set at Rs 1 lakh for mining baron
G Janardhana Reddy was arrested on Sunday in an alleged bribery case involving the Ambident Group.
Bengaluru court to announce verdict on mining baron G Janardhan Reddy's bail in lleged Ponzi scam tomorrow
G Janardhan Reddy was arrested in an alleged bribery case involving the Ambident Group. He is suspected to have received 57 kilograms of gold worth Rs 18 crore to help an accused in a ponzi scam case.
Janardhana Reddy, who has been accused of being linked to a Ponzi scheme with Ambident Marketing, may be presented to a judge in his home, as courts are not operational on the weekends. He will also be taken to a hospital for a routine medical checkup.
Police to continue questioning G Janardhana Reddy today; BJP leader spends Saturday night in crime branch waiting room
Police questioning of Karnataka mining baron and BJP leader G Janardhana Reddy, who was held by Bengaluru police until 2 am on Sunday morning, is likely to continue on Sunday.
G Janardhana Reddy appears before Karnataka Police in ponzi scam case after remaining 'absconding' for three days
G Janardhana Reddy Saturday appeared before the police in connection with an alleged ponzi scam, and denied the allegations as a "political conspiracy".
Siddaramaiah follows in Rahul Gandhi's footsteps, challenges Narendra Modi to debate on crime in Karnataka
Siddaramaiah challenged Narendra Modi to an 'open debate' on crime in Karnataka, days after Rahul Gandhi threw a similar challenge to the prime minister.
Karnataka polls: G Janardhana Reddy campaigning for B Sriramulu and not for BJP, says BS Yeddyurappa
Amid criticism over mining baron G Janardhana Reddy taking part in electioneering in poll-bound Karnataka, state BJP chief BS Yeddyurappa on Sunday said the former minister was campaigning for his friend B Sriramulu and not for the party.
Karnataka Assembly Election: BJP pins hope on Reddy brothers in Ballari, fields two of them in polls
The Reddy brothers of Ballari are back in the reckoning in Karnataka, with the BJP fielding two of them for the Assembly poll slated next month.
Karnataka Assembly Election 2018: BJP has fallen back on the Reddy brothers to wrest Ballari from Congress
On 31 March, Amit Shah was categorical about how the BJP had nothing to do with Gali Janardhana Reddy, the disgraced mining baron from Ballari.
Karnataka Election 2018: BJP-TDP tussle, history with Bellary Reddys present twin troubles as party eyes dwindling support
Right from the tussle over Andhra Pradesh special category status to Amit Shah distancing BJP from the Reddys of Bellary, the party seems to have jeopardised its prospects in Karnataka with its policies and decisions at the Centre
With demonetisation affecting weddings at large across the country with a Rs 2,50,000 cap on withdrawal for weddings, a former bureaucrat has questioned VVIP wedding extravaganzas.
The wedding is reported to cost about Rs 550 crore.
In the chaotic days after the surprise announcement by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, two figures have caught public attention nationwide (at least at this stage). The first is 47 and the second 550.
Eight days into demonetisation, retired bureacrat EAS Sarma wrote a second letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi about approaches that the Union government could adopt to enhance its own credibility
The BJP’s presence in the region had largely diminished because the mine lords, the Reddy brothers, had become politically insignificant.
A special anti-money laundering court in New Delhi has attached assets worth over Rs 37.86 crore belonging to former Karnataka minister and mining baron Gali Janardhana Reddy and his wife in connection with an alleged multi-crore iron ore mining scam.
A Special Court in Bangalore on Thrursday extended the CBI custody of former Karnataka minister and mining baron G Janardhana Reddy and his close associate Mehfuz Ali Khan till March 19 in connection with an alleged iron ore scam.
Leader of Opposition and TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu alleged that Jagan, like Janardhana Reddy, was trying to woo the legislators with offers of huge money.
The lawyers physically and verbally assaulted media persons present on the court premises when they went to cover the case of former minister G Janardhana Reddy.
In the eyes of a growing number of investors, being connected is a liability, as the ongoing fallout from a spree of corruption cases makes it harder for companies that benefit from knowing the right people in New Delhi or state capitals.