Purulia Arms Drop Case


'Purulia Arms Drop Case' - 11 News Result(s)

  • Danish Envoy Discusses Kim Davy Issue With Union Home Secretary

    Danish Envoy Discusses Kim Davy Issue With Union Home Secretary

    Denmark's Ambassador to India Freddy Svane today met Union Home Secretary Anil Goswami and is understood to have discussed the issue of extradition of Kim Davy, the main accused of Purulia arms drop case, to face trial in this country.

  • India to take second shot at Kim Davy's extradition

    India to take second shot at Kim Davy's extradition

    Denmark has asked India to send a new proposal explaining why Kim Davy should be extradited.

  • Kim Davy's extradition: Denmark assures to look into India's request

    Kim Davy's extradition: Denmark assures to look into India's request

    Denmark today assured India that it would undertake further techno-legal examination of its request for the extradition of Danish national Kim Davy, the main accused in the 1995 Purulia arms drop case, and initiate discussions on that basis.

  • No Kim Davy? India decides to dial down diplomatic relations with Denmark

    No Kim Davy? India decides to dial down diplomatic relations with Denmark

    Danish diplomats will no longer be entertained by senior government officers in India. The decision to scale down diplomatic relations with Denmark comes days after Danish authorities refused to appeal in their Supreme Court against a decision of a lower court which said Kim Davy, wanted by India for the Purulia arms drop case, would not be extradi...

  • Purulia arms drop case: No extradition of Kim Davy for now

    Purulia arms drop case: No extradition of Kim Davy for now

    Authorities in Denmark have refused to appeal in their Supreme Court against a decision of the lower court which had rejected extradition of Purulia arms drop case accused Kim Davy.

  • CBI loses Purulia case, Kim Davy won't be extradited

    CBI loses Purulia case, Kim Davy won't be extradited

    The CBI has lost its case to have Kim Davy extradited to India. The Danish High Court has rejected Denmark's decision to send Mr Davy to stand trial in India for what's known as the Purulia Arms Case. The court said it was refusing the extradition on humanitarian grounds. The five judges expressed concern about reports of overcrowded prisons, polic...

  • Purulia arms drop case: Will Kim Davy be extradited?

    Purulia arms drop case: Will Kim Davy be extradited?

    The Danish High Court will pronounce its verdict today on the extradition of Kim Davy in connection with Purulia arms drop case.He has been on the run since 1995. He is accused of air-dropping hundreds of AK-47 rifles, pistols, anti-tank grenades, rocket launchers and over 25,000 rounds of ammunition, enough to start a mini-war.The CBI claims the w...

  • Purulia arms drop case: CBI woos Kim Davy

    Purulia arms drop case: CBI woos Kim Davy

    The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has assured Kim Davy, the main accused in the 1995 Purulia arms drop case, that he will be given full security if he comes to India as part of extradition process.CBI gave its commitment to the Danish High Court which is hearing the Davy extradition case that if Davy returns to India, they will make sure th...

  • Purulia arms drop case: CBI embarrassing country, says BJP

    Purulia arms drop case: CBI embarrassing country, says BJP

    The BJP has slammed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for what it calls as "national embarrassment" on the Kim Davy issue."The CBI has gone with an expired warrant to obtain the extradition of Kim Davy in the Purulia arms drop case. The CBI, there too claimed the human error. One after the other, the human errors are leading to such embarra...

  • CBI seeks Kim Davy's extradition, but with an expired warrant

    CBI seeks Kim Davy's extradition, but with an expired warrant

    India is expecting a favourable verdict from a Denmark High Court on the extradition of Purulia arms drop case prime accused Kim Davy. But in a major goof-up, the CBI officers landed in Copenhagen with an arrest warrant for Davy that had expired four months back. The mistake comes close on the heels of the most-wanted fugitives' list blooper. (Read...

  • CBI found no evidence of political involvement in Purulia case

    CBI today dismissed claims of Purulia arms drop case accused Kim Davy that the clandestine work had the nod of "political forces" at the Centre to destabilise the then Left front Government of West Bengal, saying no such evidence has been found during its probe.      "During the investigation by CBI in the Purulia Arms Drop...

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'Purulia Arms Drop Case' - 11 News Result(s)

  • Danish Envoy Discusses Kim Davy Issue With Union Home Secretary

    Danish Envoy Discusses Kim Davy Issue With Union Home Secretary

    Denmark's Ambassador to India Freddy Svane today met Union Home Secretary Anil Goswami and is understood to have discussed the issue of extradition of Kim Davy, the main accused of Purulia arms drop case, to face trial in this country.

  • India to take second shot at Kim Davy's extradition

    India to take second shot at Kim Davy's extradition

    Denmark has asked India to send a new proposal explaining why Kim Davy should be extradited.

  • Kim Davy's extradition: Denmark assures to look into India's request

    Kim Davy's extradition: Denmark assures to look into India's request

    Denmark today assured India that it would undertake further techno-legal examination of its request for the extradition of Danish national Kim Davy, the main accused in the 1995 Purulia arms drop case, and initiate discussions on that basis.

  • No Kim Davy? India decides to dial down diplomatic relations with Denmark

    No Kim Davy? India decides to dial down diplomatic relations with Denmark

    Danish diplomats will no longer be entertained by senior government officers in India. The decision to scale down diplomatic relations with Denmark comes days after Danish authorities refused to appeal in their Supreme Court against a decision of a lower court which said Kim Davy, wanted by India for the Purulia arms drop case, would not be extradi...

  • Purulia arms drop case: No extradition of Kim Davy for now

    Purulia arms drop case: No extradition of Kim Davy for now

    Authorities in Denmark have refused to appeal in their Supreme Court against a decision of the lower court which had rejected extradition of Purulia arms drop case accused Kim Davy.

  • CBI loses Purulia case, Kim Davy won't be extradited

    CBI loses Purulia case, Kim Davy won't be extradited

    The CBI has lost its case to have Kim Davy extradited to India. The Danish High Court has rejected Denmark's decision to send Mr Davy to stand trial in India for what's known as the Purulia Arms Case. The court said it was refusing the extradition on humanitarian grounds. The five judges expressed concern about reports of overcrowded prisons, polic...

  • Purulia arms drop case: Will Kim Davy be extradited?

    Purulia arms drop case: Will Kim Davy be extradited?

    The Danish High Court will pronounce its verdict today on the extradition of Kim Davy in connection with Purulia arms drop case.He has been on the run since 1995. He is accused of air-dropping hundreds of AK-47 rifles, pistols, anti-tank grenades, rocket launchers and over 25,000 rounds of ammunition, enough to start a mini-war.The CBI claims the w...

  • Purulia arms drop case: CBI woos Kim Davy

    Purulia arms drop case: CBI woos Kim Davy

    The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has assured Kim Davy, the main accused in the 1995 Purulia arms drop case, that he will be given full security if he comes to India as part of extradition process.CBI gave its commitment to the Danish High Court which is hearing the Davy extradition case that if Davy returns to India, they will make sure th...

  • Purulia arms drop case: CBI embarrassing country, says BJP

    Purulia arms drop case: CBI embarrassing country, says BJP

    The BJP has slammed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for what it calls as "national embarrassment" on the Kim Davy issue."The CBI has gone with an expired warrant to obtain the extradition of Kim Davy in the Purulia arms drop case. The CBI, there too claimed the human error. One after the other, the human errors are leading to such embarra...

  • CBI seeks Kim Davy's extradition, but with an expired warrant

    CBI seeks Kim Davy's extradition, but with an expired warrant

    India is expecting a favourable verdict from a Denmark High Court on the extradition of Purulia arms drop case prime accused Kim Davy. But in a major goof-up, the CBI officers landed in Copenhagen with an arrest warrant for Davy that had expired four months back. The mistake comes close on the heels of the most-wanted fugitives' list blooper. (Read...

  • CBI found no evidence of political involvement in Purulia case

    CBI today dismissed claims of Purulia arms drop case accused Kim Davy that the clandestine work had the nod of "political forces" at the Centre to destabilise the then Left front Government of West Bengal, saying no such evidence has been found during its probe.      "During the investigation by CBI in the Purulia Arms Drop...

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