Free Press Journal
  • Jayalalitha, DA case

    Jaya’s DA case: SC verdict on appointment of SPP on Apr 27

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court will pronounce on Monday its decision on the issue of legality of appointment of advocate Bhawani Singh as special public prosecutor(SPP) to argue before Karnataka High Court against the appeal filed by AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa challenging her conviction and four-year sentence in the disproportionate assets case. The apex court which reserved its judgement noted that the appointment of the SPP prima facie appears to suffer from irregularities but

  • IAS officer_D.K. Ravikumar

    IAS officer’s death: High Court steps in

    Bengaluru :  The Karnataka High Court on Sunday restrained the state government from publishing any interim report of the CID into the “unnatural death” of IAS officer D K Ravi.

  • HC Reserves Order On Jaya DA Case

    Bengaluru : The Karnataka High Court on Wednesday reserved its order in the hearing of the appeals filed by former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa (in pic) and three others challenging their conviction in the disproportionate assets case, reports PTI.

  • Jayalalitha

    SC defers hearing plea for removal of PP in Jaya’s DA case

    New Delhi: Supreme Court today deferred to March 9 the hearing on the plea by DMK leader K Anbazhagan seeking stay on proceedings before the Karnataka High Court on an appeal filed by former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa against her conviction in a assets case. “We have not gone through the petition,” a bench comprising justices Pinaki Chandra Ghose and R K Agarwal said while adjourning the matter. “We are not making any comment,”

  • VHP to hold live telecast of Togadia’s speech

    Bengaluru: A day after Karnataka High Court rejected VHP’s plea for a stay on the police order banning its leader Praveen Togadia’s entry into the city on grounds of law and order, the saffron outfit has made all arrangements to live telecast his speech through video-conferencing at the ‘Hindu Virat Samavesha’ to be held here tomorrow.

  • P Muralidhar Rao

    No possibility of BJP, AIADMK coming together: P Muralidhar Rao

    Madurai : Insisting that BJP wanted to emerge as an “alternative” force in Tamil Nadu, party general secretary P Muralidhar Rao today said Union Minister Arun Jaitley meeting AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa did not mean that the two parties were coming together. There was no link between Jaitley meeting Jayalalithaa and the possibility of the two parties coming together. BJP wanted to emerge as an alternative force in Tamil Nadu, he told reporters, days after the high

  • Fast News

    Plea Of Gowda’s Son In Rape Case Dismissed

  • J Jayalalithaa

    No bail for VVIP prisoner no 7402

    Bangalore: In a day of high drama, the Karnataka High Court on Tuesday refused to grant bail to AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa and her three aides in the disproportionate assets case. The court did not see any merit or reasons to suspend the sentence imposed on the accused by the trial court.