Salman Khan 2002 Case


'Salman Khan 2002 Case' - 38 News Result(s)

  • Salman Khan Gets 2 Weeks More Time To Furnish Sureties By High Court

    Salman Khan Gets 2 Weeks More Time To Furnish Sureties By High Court

    The Bombay High Court today granted two weeks additional time to Bollywood superstar Salman Khan to furnish sureties as directed by it while acquitting him in the 2002 hit-and-run case.

  • Salman Khan is Happy His Parents Are 'Now Stress-Free'

    Salman Khan is Happy His Parents Are 'Now Stress-Free'

    On the eve of his 50th birthday, Salman Khan posed for the waiting shutterbugs outside his Panvel farm house. Of his acquittal Salman said: "I am very happy that my parents are now stress-free. I know they have gone to the Supreme Court. I will fight there as well. After all, life is all about struggling and fighting"

  • Salman Khan Acquitted: Government Studying Verdict, Says Devendra Fadnavis

    Salman Khan Acquitted: Government Studying Verdict, Says Devendra Fadnavis

    Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today said the state government is still studying the December 10 Bombay High Court verdict, that acquitted Bollywood superstar Salman Khan of all charges in the 2002 hit-and-run case, before deciding whether to challenge it or not.

  • Prosecution's Case Against Salman Khan Was "Weak": High Court Ruling

    Prosecution's Case Against Salman Khan Was "Weak": High Court Ruling

    While giving Bollywood actor Salman Khan benefit of doubt in the 2002 hit-and-run case, the Bombay High Court has observed that the prosecution's case was weak and appreciation of evidence by the trial court was not legal and proper.

  • Salman Hit-And-Run: High Court To Decide On Appeal Against Conviction

    Salman Hit-And-Run: High Court To Decide On Appeal Against Conviction

    While dictating the order, the court had observed that it came to the conclusion that the prosecution has failed to bring material on record to establish beyond reasonable doubt that Salman Khan was driving and was under the influence of alcohol. The sessions court had convicted Mr Khan for culpable homicide not amounting to murder and drunken driv...

  • Salman Khan Hit-And-Run Case: High Court To Decide On Appeal Against Conviction

    Salman Khan Hit-And-Run Case: High Court To Decide On Appeal Against Conviction

    The Bombay High Court is expected to pass an order today on actor Salman Khan's appeal against his conviction in the 2002 hit-and-run case in which he was found guilty of killing a man with his SUV after a night out drinking.

  • High Court to Deliver Verdict on Salman's Appeal This Week

    High Court to Deliver Verdict on Salman's Appeal This Week

    The Bombay High Court is slated to deliver its verdict this week on an appeal filed by actor Salman Khan against the five year sentence awarded to him in the 2002 hit-and-run case.

  • Salman Khan Hit-and-Run: Prosecution Opposes Plea to Examine Kamaal Khan

    Salman Khan Hit-and-Run: Prosecution Opposes Plea to Examine Kamaal Khan

    "It is not that we have not tried to get in touch with Kamaal Khan and examine him as a prosecution witness, but we could not find him. Besides, the defence could also have examined him as a defence witness if they wanted to," Government pleader SS Shinde said

  • Salman Hit-and-Run Case: High Court Poses Many Questions to Prosecution

    Salman Hit-and-Run Case: High Court Poses Many Questions to Prosecution

    The Bombay High Court today raised several queries on the prosecution's case and the method in which investigation was carried out against Bollywood superstar Salman Khan in the 2002 hit-and-run case in which one person was killed and four were injured.

  • Salman Khan Hit-And-Run Case: Prosecution Says Kamaal Khan 'Vanished' During Trial

    Salman Khan Hit-And-Run Case: Prosecution Says Kamaal Khan 'Vanished' During Trial

    "Kamaal is a British national. He has appeared before a magistrate who conducted the trial earlier and sought permission to go abroad, which was granted and he vanished. When the trial was transferred to the sessions court, we could not locate his whereabouts," said the prosecutor in the 2002 hit-and-run case involving Salman Khan

  • Salman Khan Hit-and-Run: Examine Singer Kamaal Khan, Says Defence

    Salman Khan Hit-and-Run: Examine Singer Kamaal Khan, Says Defence

    "Why had the prosecution not examined this witness in the trial court? Kamaal Khan is the best eyewitness available to the prosecution as he was present in Salman's car on September 28, 2002, when it rammed into a shop in Bandra killing one person and injuring four others," said Salman Khan's lawyer Amit Desai

  • Salman Khan Hit-and-Run: Police May Have Tampered With Car, Says Defence

    Salman Khan Hit-and-Run: Police May Have Tampered With Car, Says Defence

    "We strongly believe that the tyre, a vital piece of evidence, has been tampered with," said Salman Khan's lawyer Amit Desai. The Bombay High Court is currently hearing Mr Khan's appeal against the conviction and five-year sentence for crashing his car into a bakery in suburban Bandra on September 28, 2002

  • Salman Khan's Lawyer Questions Value of Police Bodyguard's Evidence

    Salman Khan's Lawyer Questions Value of Police Bodyguard's Evidence

    Bollywood superstar Salman Khan's lawyer on Tuesday questioned in the Bombay High Court the legal value of the evidence adduced by prosecution about the actor driving his car under the influence of liquor when it met with an accident in September 2002.

  • Salman Khan Hit-and-Run Case: Lawyer Questions Blood Test Done by Police

    Salman Khan Hit-and-Run Case: Lawyer Questions Blood Test Done by Police

    The lawyer pointed out that in the entire evidence, there is no mention of police constables, officers and, or staff speaking about the smell of alcohol when the appellant arrived at Bandra police station on September 28, 2002 when the mishap had occurred

  • Salman Khan Hit-and-Run Case: Lawyer Questions Blood Test Done by Police

    Salman Khan Hit-and-Run Case: Lawyer Questions Blood Test Done by Police

    Pointing to "discrepancies" in the 2002 hit-and-run case involving Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, his lawyer today raised a question in the Bombay High Court as to why police had gone for a blood test when no witness or First Information Report (FIR) had ever suggested that the actor was drunk or was smelling of liquor.

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'Salman Khan 2002 Case' - 38 News Result(s)

  • Salman Khan Gets 2 Weeks More Time To Furnish Sureties By High Court

    Salman Khan Gets 2 Weeks More Time To Furnish Sureties By High Court

    The Bombay High Court today granted two weeks additional time to Bollywood superstar Salman Khan to furnish sureties as directed by it while acquitting him in the 2002 hit-and-run case.

  • Salman Khan is Happy His Parents Are 'Now Stress-Free'

    Salman Khan is Happy His Parents Are 'Now Stress-Free'

    On the eve of his 50th birthday, Salman Khan posed for the waiting shutterbugs outside his Panvel farm house. Of his acquittal Salman said: "I am very happy that my parents are now stress-free. I know they have gone to the Supreme Court. I will fight there as well. After all, life is all about struggling and fighting"

  • Salman Khan Acquitted: Government Studying Verdict, Says Devendra Fadnavis

    Salman Khan Acquitted: Government Studying Verdict, Says Devendra Fadnavis

    Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today said the state government is still studying the December 10 Bombay High Court verdict, that acquitted Bollywood superstar Salman Khan of all charges in the 2002 hit-and-run case, before deciding whether to challenge it or not.

  • Prosecution's Case Against Salman Khan Was "Weak": High Court Ruling

    Prosecution's Case Against Salman Khan Was "Weak": High Court Ruling

    While giving Bollywood actor Salman Khan benefit of doubt in the 2002 hit-and-run case, the Bombay High Court has observed that the prosecution's case was weak and appreciation of evidence by the trial court was not legal and proper.

  • Salman Hit-And-Run: High Court To Decide On Appeal Against Conviction

    Salman Hit-And-Run: High Court To Decide On Appeal Against Conviction

    While dictating the order, the court had observed that it came to the conclusion that the prosecution has failed to bring material on record to establish beyond reasonable doubt that Salman Khan was driving and was under the influence of alcohol. The sessions court had convicted Mr Khan for culpable homicide not amounting to murder and drunken driv...

  • Salman Khan Hit-And-Run Case: High Court To Decide On Appeal Against Conviction

    Salman Khan Hit-And-Run Case: High Court To Decide On Appeal Against Conviction

    The Bombay High Court is expected to pass an order today on actor Salman Khan's appeal against his conviction in the 2002 hit-and-run case in which he was found guilty of killing a man with his SUV after a night out drinking.

  • High Court to Deliver Verdict on Salman's Appeal This Week

    High Court to Deliver Verdict on Salman's Appeal This Week

    The Bombay High Court is slated to deliver its verdict this week on an appeal filed by actor Salman Khan against the five year sentence awarded to him in the 2002 hit-and-run case.

  • Salman Khan Hit-and-Run: Prosecution Opposes Plea to Examine Kamaal Khan

    Salman Khan Hit-and-Run: Prosecution Opposes Plea to Examine Kamaal Khan

    "It is not that we have not tried to get in touch with Kamaal Khan and examine him as a prosecution witness, but we could not find him. Besides, the defence could also have examined him as a defence witness if they wanted to," Government pleader SS Shinde said

  • Salman Hit-and-Run Case: High Court Poses Many Questions to Prosecution

    Salman Hit-and-Run Case: High Court Poses Many Questions to Prosecution

    The Bombay High Court today raised several queries on the prosecution's case and the method in which investigation was carried out against Bollywood superstar Salman Khan in the 2002 hit-and-run case in which one person was killed and four were injured.

  • Salman Khan Hit-And-Run Case: Prosecution Says Kamaal Khan 'Vanished' During Trial

    Salman Khan Hit-And-Run Case: Prosecution Says Kamaal Khan 'Vanished' During Trial

    "Kamaal is a British national. He has appeared before a magistrate who conducted the trial earlier and sought permission to go abroad, which was granted and he vanished. When the trial was transferred to the sessions court, we could not locate his whereabouts," said the prosecutor in the 2002 hit-and-run case involving Salman Khan

  • Salman Khan Hit-and-Run: Examine Singer Kamaal Khan, Says Defence

    Salman Khan Hit-and-Run: Examine Singer Kamaal Khan, Says Defence

    "Why had the prosecution not examined this witness in the trial court? Kamaal Khan is the best eyewitness available to the prosecution as he was present in Salman's car on September 28, 2002, when it rammed into a shop in Bandra killing one person and injuring four others," said Salman Khan's lawyer Amit Desai

  • Salman Khan Hit-and-Run: Police May Have Tampered With Car, Says Defence

    Salman Khan Hit-and-Run: Police May Have Tampered With Car, Says Defence

    "We strongly believe that the tyre, a vital piece of evidence, has been tampered with," said Salman Khan's lawyer Amit Desai. The Bombay High Court is currently hearing Mr Khan's appeal against the conviction and five-year sentence for crashing his car into a bakery in suburban Bandra on September 28, 2002

  • Salman Khan's Lawyer Questions Value of Police Bodyguard's Evidence

    Salman Khan's Lawyer Questions Value of Police Bodyguard's Evidence

    Bollywood superstar Salman Khan's lawyer on Tuesday questioned in the Bombay High Court the legal value of the evidence adduced by prosecution about the actor driving his car under the influence of liquor when it met with an accident in September 2002.

  • Salman Khan Hit-and-Run Case: Lawyer Questions Blood Test Done by Police

    Salman Khan Hit-and-Run Case: Lawyer Questions Blood Test Done by Police

    The lawyer pointed out that in the entire evidence, there is no mention of police constables, officers and, or staff speaking about the smell of alcohol when the appellant arrived at Bandra police station on September 28, 2002 when the mishap had occurred

  • Salman Khan Hit-and-Run Case: Lawyer Questions Blood Test Done by Police

    Salman Khan Hit-and-Run Case: Lawyer Questions Blood Test Done by Police

    Pointing to "discrepancies" in the 2002 hit-and-run case involving Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, his lawyer today raised a question in the Bombay High Court as to why police had gone for a blood test when no witness or First Information Report (FIR) had ever suggested that the actor was drunk or was smelling of liquor.

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