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'Caravan Magazine' - 10 News Result(s)

  • Congress Leader Jairam Ramesh Gets Bail In Defamation Case

    Congress Leader Jairam Ramesh Gets Bail In Defamation Case

    A Delhi court on Thursday granted bail to Congress leader Jairam Ramesh in a defamation case filed by NSA Ajit Doval's son Vivek against him and ''The Caravan'' magazine for an article published in January.

  • What BS Yeddyurappa Said To Tax Officials About "Bribe Records"

    What BS Yeddyurappa Said To Tax Officials About "Bribe Records"

    BS Yeddyurappa, the BJP's Karnataka chief, rubbished the allegation in a news report today in the Caravan magazine claiming that he had paid Rs 1,800 crore as bribe to his party leadership. As he called the allegations "atrocious and malicious", the Congress said it could well be the first case to be investigated by India's first anti-corruption Lo...

  • Vivek Doval Defamation Plea: Court Reserves Order On Whether To Summon Jairam Ramesh, Caravan

    Vivek Doval Defamation Plea: Court Reserves Order On Whether To Summon Jairam Ramesh, Caravan

    A Delhi court Friday reserved its order on whether to summon Congress leader Jairam Ramesh, The Caravan magazine and its reporter as accused in a defamation plea filed by NSA Ajit Doval's son Vivek against the magazine.

  • NSA Ajit Doval's Son Sues Magazine, Congress Leader For Defamation

    NSA Ajit Doval's Son Sues Magazine, Congress Leader For Defamation

    NSA Ajit Doval's son Vivek Doval on Monday filed a criminal defamation complaint against a news magazine for allegedly publishing a defamatory article.

  • At Press Club Meet, Journalists Talk About Attacks On Media And Dissent

    At Press Club Meet, Journalists Talk About Attacks On Media And Dissent

    Journalists gathered at the Press Club of India in Delhi on Saturday to talk about the latest attacks on the media, right from Karnataka where two journalists are to be jailed for a year on the state assembly's orders to the beating of a Kashmiri reporter for 'The Caravan' magazine by a crowd in Delhi's Sonia Vihar.

  • Jailed swami writes letter denying comments on RSS and Narendra Modi

    Jailed swami writes letter denying comments on RSS and Narendra Modi

    Swami Aseemanand has denied telling the Caravan newsmagazine that the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh or RSS had sanctioned several recent terror attacks. NDTV has accessed a handwritten letter by the Swami, in which he calls the magazine report "fabricated" and threatens legal action. The magazine says it stands by the report.

  • What Aseemanand allegedly said about Narendra Modi, RSS and terror

    What Aseemanand allegedly said about Narendra Modi, RSS and terror

    Some of the worst recent terror attacks in India, which collectively killed more than 100 people, were allegedly sanctioned by the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh or RSS - this is what Swami Aseemanand, imprisoned for those attacks, has reportedly revealed to the Caravan, a newsmagazine. The RSS, which is the ideological parent of the main opposition ...

  • If Aseemanand has made the disclosure, then it may be true: Sushil Kumar Shinde

    If Aseemanand has made the disclosure, then it may be true: Sushil Kumar Shinde

    According to reports by Caravan Magazine, Aseemanand, a key accused in the 2007 Ajmer Dargah blast case, has claimed that the Malegaon, Ajmer and Samjhauta Express attacks were sanctioned by the RSS top brass, including its chief Mohan Bhagwat. No prominent RSS leader has been named in the chargesheet of the Natoinal Investigating Ageny so far. The...

  • The Aseemanand Controversy: your 10-point cheat-sheet

    The Aseemanand Controversy: your 10-point cheat-sheet

    Some of the worst recent terror attacks in India, which collectively killed more than 100 people, were allegedly sanctioned by the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh or RSS - this is what Swami Aseemanand, imprisoned on charges of facilitating those attacks, has reportedly revealed to the Caravan, a newsmagazine.

  • Magazine says terror accused Aseemanand alleged RSS sanctioned attacks, 'all lies' says Sangh

    Magazine says terror accused Aseemanand alleged RSS sanctioned attacks, 'all lies' says Sangh

    Aseemanand, a key accused in several terror attacks between 2006 and 2008, has alleged that the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh or RSS sanctioned these strikes, the Caravan magazine says.

'Caravan Magazine' - 8 Video Result(s)

'Caravan Magazine' - 10 News Result(s)

  • Congress Leader Jairam Ramesh Gets Bail In Defamation Case

    Congress Leader Jairam Ramesh Gets Bail In Defamation Case

    A Delhi court on Thursday granted bail to Congress leader Jairam Ramesh in a defamation case filed by NSA Ajit Doval's son Vivek against him and ''The Caravan'' magazine for an article published in January.

  • What BS Yeddyurappa Said To Tax Officials About "Bribe Records"

    What BS Yeddyurappa Said To Tax Officials About "Bribe Records"

    BS Yeddyurappa, the BJP's Karnataka chief, rubbished the allegation in a news report today in the Caravan magazine claiming that he had paid Rs 1,800 crore as bribe to his party leadership. As he called the allegations "atrocious and malicious", the Congress said it could well be the first case to be investigated by India's first anti-corruption Lo...

  • Vivek Doval Defamation Plea: Court Reserves Order On Whether To Summon Jairam Ramesh, Caravan

    Vivek Doval Defamation Plea: Court Reserves Order On Whether To Summon Jairam Ramesh, Caravan

    A Delhi court Friday reserved its order on whether to summon Congress leader Jairam Ramesh, The Caravan magazine and its reporter as accused in a defamation plea filed by NSA Ajit Doval's son Vivek against the magazine.

  • NSA Ajit Doval's Son Sues Magazine, Congress Leader For Defamation

    NSA Ajit Doval's Son Sues Magazine, Congress Leader For Defamation

    NSA Ajit Doval's son Vivek Doval on Monday filed a criminal defamation complaint against a news magazine for allegedly publishing a defamatory article.

  • At Press Club Meet, Journalists Talk About Attacks On Media And Dissent

    At Press Club Meet, Journalists Talk About Attacks On Media And Dissent

    Journalists gathered at the Press Club of India in Delhi on Saturday to talk about the latest attacks on the media, right from Karnataka where two journalists are to be jailed for a year on the state assembly's orders to the beating of a Kashmiri reporter for 'The Caravan' magazine by a crowd in Delhi's Sonia Vihar.

  • Jailed swami writes letter denying comments on RSS and Narendra Modi

    Jailed swami writes letter denying comments on RSS and Narendra Modi

    Swami Aseemanand has denied telling the Caravan newsmagazine that the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh or RSS had sanctioned several recent terror attacks. NDTV has accessed a handwritten letter by the Swami, in which he calls the magazine report "fabricated" and threatens legal action. The magazine says it stands by the report.

  • What Aseemanand allegedly said about Narendra Modi, RSS and terror

    What Aseemanand allegedly said about Narendra Modi, RSS and terror

    Some of the worst recent terror attacks in India, which collectively killed more than 100 people, were allegedly sanctioned by the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh or RSS - this is what Swami Aseemanand, imprisoned for those attacks, has reportedly revealed to the Caravan, a newsmagazine. The RSS, which is the ideological parent of the main opposition ...

  • If Aseemanand has made the disclosure, then it may be true: Sushil Kumar Shinde

    If Aseemanand has made the disclosure, then it may be true: Sushil Kumar Shinde

    According to reports by Caravan Magazine, Aseemanand, a key accused in the 2007 Ajmer Dargah blast case, has claimed that the Malegaon, Ajmer and Samjhauta Express attacks were sanctioned by the RSS top brass, including its chief Mohan Bhagwat. No prominent RSS leader has been named in the chargesheet of the Natoinal Investigating Ageny so far. The...

  • The Aseemanand Controversy: your 10-point cheat-sheet

    The Aseemanand Controversy: your 10-point cheat-sheet

    Some of the worst recent terror attacks in India, which collectively killed more than 100 people, were allegedly sanctioned by the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh or RSS - this is what Swami Aseemanand, imprisoned on charges of facilitating those attacks, has reportedly revealed to the Caravan, a newsmagazine.

  • Magazine says terror accused Aseemanand alleged RSS sanctioned attacks, 'all lies' says Sangh

    Magazine says terror accused Aseemanand alleged RSS sanctioned attacks, 'all lies' says Sangh

    Aseemanand, a key accused in several terror attacks between 2006 and 2008, has alleged that the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh or RSS sanctioned these strikes, the Caravan magazine says.

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