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No presumption of innocence for Ansals in Uphaar cinema evidence tampering case, Delhi Police tells HC
Special public prosecutor told the HC that the mutilation of “vital documents” forced the prosecution to record secondary evidence. This delayed the trial court proceedings enormously
A Delhi court Monday awarded 7-year jail terms to real estate barons Sushil and Gopal Ansal for tampering with evidence in the 1997 case of Uphaar cinema fire which had claimed 59 lives
Explained: As new chargesheet is filed against Uphaar fire tragedy accused Sushil Ansal, a timeline of the case
59 cine-goers died of asphyxia and over 100 were severely injured in the stampede, after being trapped in Uphaar theatre, situated in south Delhi’s Green Park area, following the blaze in 1997.
Sushil Ansal played a fraud on authorities by concealing information about criminal cases pending against him while getting his passport renewed, Delhi Police said
Vijay Mallya tries to obfuscate again: Attachment of assets worth Rs 14,000 crore doesn’t mean justice has been served
Vijay Mallya’s is an alleged heinous financial crime involving money laundering and gaming the banking system particularly loan sanctions to suit his ends.
Uphaar fire tragedy: Delhi High Court asks lower court to conclude document tampering case by 30 November
Delhi HC has directed lower court to conclude the case related to alleged tampering of documents in trial of 1997 Uphaar fire tragedy case by 30 November
The Delhi High Court has upheld a trial court's order framing charges of tampering of evidence against real estate barons Sushil and Gopal Ansal in the Uphaar fire case
Uphaar fire tragedy: SC asks Gopal Ansal to surrender by Monday evening to serve remaining prison term
The Supreme Court on Monday declined any relief to Gopal Ansal and asked him to surrender by evening to undergo one-year jail term in the 1997 Uphaar fire tragedy case.
Uphaar theatre owner Gopal Ansal, who was asked to surrender to undergo the remaining part of his sentence for the 1997 fire tragedy, failed to get any relief from the Supreme Court on Wednesday.
Real estate baron Gopal Ansal has failed to get immediate relief from the Supreme Court, which had said it would order listing of his appeal on 6 March in the Uphaar fire tragedy case
Real estate baron Gopal Ansal on Monday moved the Supreme Court seeking modification of its 9 February verdict asking him to surrender for serving a year in jail in the 1997 Uphaar fire tragedy in which 59 people had died.
After the Supreme Court's much awaited verdict on the Uphaar cinema fire tragedy case on Thursday, here is a look at how things unfolded since 13 June, 1997 when 59 people had died of asphyxia and 100 were injured in a stampede during the screening of Bollywood movie "Border" in the South Delhi theatre
59 people had died of asphyxia when a fire broke out during the screening of Bollywood movie 'Border' in Uphaar theatre in Green Park area of South Delhi on 13 June, 1997.
Fifty-nine cinegoers had died of asphyxia during the blaze when Bollywood movie Border was being screened at Uphaar theatre.
The Supreme Court on Thursday assured the Association of Victims of Uphaar Tragedy (AVUT) that it will accord an early open court hearing of its plea seeking review of its 2015 verdict by which real estate barons Sushil and Gopal Ansal were required to serve two-year jail term if they failed to pay Rs 30 crore each.
Delhi HC issued notice to the Ansal brothers and others on a plea seeking transfer of a case of alleged destruction of evidence in the 1997 Uphaar fire tragedy.
The Supreme Court’s decision to spare the Ansal brothers, convicts in the Uphaar Cinema tragedy, any more jail time due to their age has attracted sharp criticism from members of the legal fraternity.
The recent verdict of the Supreme Court on the Uphaar Cinema tragedy of 1997 throws up several questions.
It is time the court realizes that common people do not form opinions on the basis of the ratio of a judgement but by the outcome of cases.
In the Uphaar cinema case, SC has observed that it has to limit itself to the choice available under the law, while directing the Ansal brothers to pay a fine of Rs 30 crore each.