Kerala govt to move SC after HC dismisses plea to transfer trial against Dileep in sexual assault case
Both the Kerala government and the survivor have alleged that the trial judge at Kerala High Court refused to record certain portions of the survivor's testimony without any justification, despite repeated requests by the prosecutor.
Dileep's plea, seeking to be excluded from list of accused in Malayalam actress' abduction case, denied by court
A trial court on Monday framed charges against Malayalam film actor Dileep and other accused in the case of alleged abduction and molestation of a south Indian actress in 2017
Dileep's resignation from Association of Malayalam Movie Artists accepted, confirms president Mohanlal
Mohanlal said that the decision of accepting Dileep's resignation from AMMA got delayed because they needed the permission from all members
Youth Congress activists on 29 June took out a protest march to the home of AMMA's chief, superstar Mohanlal against Dileep's re-induction.
Kerala Police quashes Dileep's plea seeking visual evidence of alleged sexual attack on Malayalam actress
Opposing Dileep's plea, the police argued that there was a likelihood of the visuals of the criminal act being misused if they were given to him.
The trial for the Malayalam actress assault case has begun. Dileep appeared in court with the other accused. The next hearing is on 21 March.
Dileep reportedly employs delay tactics but to no avail; Kerala HC rules trial will begin as per schedule on 14 March
Dileep's plea for a copy of the video featuring the Malayalam actress' assault was rejected by Kerala High Court, on the grounds that it can be misused.
Dileep finally broke his social media silence after seven month by sharing the first look of his upcoming movie Kammara Sambhavam via a Facebook post
Dileep, who is one of the accused in the Malayalam actress assault case, is moving court against the police for failing to provide documents for his counsel
Kerala HC accepts the 650-page-long chargesheet that has names of all witnesses, out of which 50 are from the Malayalam film industry.
Malayalam actor Dileep has moved court alleging the police leaked the copy of the supplementary chargesheet to media before submitting it to the court.
The SIT doesn't want to let Dileep use his influence to subdue potential witnesses in the Malayalam actress assault case.
Dileep called in for questioning by police; clarity required on medical certificate provided earlier
Dileep, currently out on bail in the Malayalam actress kidnap and assault case, was called in for further questioning by the police probe team
Dileep alleges that he was given a raw deal by the police team headed by additional director general of police B Sandhya.
Recent police investigations have reportedly revealed that actor Dileep tried to forge medical certificates to set up an alibi.
Dileep reinstated as president of Film Exhibitors United Organisation of Kerala, day after receiving bail
Dileep was released on bail on Tuesday and has already been reinstated as the president of the film exhibitor's union of Kerala
KB Ganesh Kumar alleges that Mammootty expelled Dileep from Association of Malayalam Movie Artists (AMMA) due to pressure from Prithviraj Sakumaran.
Prosecution has submitted more evidence against Kavya Madhavan, Dileep's wife. Meanwhile, Dileep's Ramaleela film is hitting the theaters on 28 September.
Prosecution claims that Dileep had offered Pulsar Suni Rs 1.5 cr to commit the crime, and promised to double the compensation in case he got caught