Yeddyurappa's family surrenders controversial land
Nov 19, 2010
World | Associated Press | Monday June 23, 2014
A Philippine senator who is the son of an ex-president surrendered to police on Monday after a court ordered his arrest on corruption charges. Jinggoy Estrada was the second celebrity politician in days to end up in jail on charges of plundering the ...
Press Trust of India | Thursday March 14, 2013
The operators were given the option to surrender spectrum beyond 4.4 MHz if they did not wish to pay the charges.
South | Press Trust of India | Friday January 4, 2013
The two Italian marines, facing murder charges in Kerala, on Friday surrendered their passports at the trial court in Kochi within hours of returning to India after Christmas holidays at home.
Friday December 21, 2012
A careful inspection of the fine print in the policy document will reveal many loop holes that may actually prevent you from getting all the promised benefits of the policy.
South | Press Trust of India | Saturday August 11, 2012
A section of local fishermen today surrendered their ration cards and voters identity cards to protest the Centre's 'unsympathetic attitude' to the plight of five Tamil Nadu fishermen detained in Sri Lanka for more than eight months on alleged drug s...
India | NDTV Correspondent | Thursday June 14, 2012
Controversial godman Nithyananda who unexpectedly surrendered on Wednesday before a court in Ramanagaram, near Bangalore will be produced in court today for his bail hearing. Nithyananda was remanded to one day judicial custody following charges of a...
World | Associated Press | Thursday April 26, 2012
The International Criminal Court (ICC) again rejected on Wednesday attempts by Libya to delay handing over one of former Dictator Moammar Gaddafi's sons, who is wanted for trial. Judges unanimously dismissed Libya's latest appeal against the court's...
India | Press Trust of India | Thursday October 27, 2011
Diwali for Rajat Gupta, facing insider trading charges, was dark but the Indian-American poster boy of Wall Street success felt it was auspicious to surrender on the day of the festival of lights, thinking that "Gods will protect him".
World | Azam Ahmed, Peter Lattman and Ben Protess, The New York Times | Wednesday October 26, 2011
Federal prosecutors are expected to file criminal charges on Wednesday against Rajat K. Gupta, the most prominent business executive ensnared in an aggressive insider trading investigation, according to people briefed on the case.