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'Seaman Guard Ohio' - 13 News Result(s)

  • 35 Crew Men Of US Ship Challenge Lower Court Order

    35 Crew Men Of US Ship Challenge Lower Court Order

    The 35 crew members of US company-owned ship MV Seaman Guard Ohio, who were sentenced to five years rigorous imprisonment by a lower court on charges of illegally possessing weapons and entering Indian waters in an unauthorized manner, today moved the Madras High court bench here challenging the order.

  • Tamil Nadu Court Jails 25 Foreign Ship Crew Members In Arms Case

    Tamil Nadu Court Jails 25 Foreign Ship Crew Members In Arms Case

    A court on Monday sentenced crew members of a private American ship, including 25 foreigners, to five years in prison for illegal possession of arms in Indian waters in a verdict that could spark diplomatic tension.

  • US ship crew's bail cancelled by Principal Sessions Court court

    US ship crew's bail cancelled by Principal Sessions Court court

    The Principal Sessions Court today cancelled the conditional bail granted by a lower court to 35 crew members of a private US ship arrested on charges of carrying weapons illegally and straying into Indian waters.

  • Madras High Court denies bail to 35 crew members of US ship

    Madras High Court denies bail to 35 crew members of US ship

    Madras High Court today dismissed bail petitions of 35 crew members of a US ship, who were arrested on charges of illegally carrying weapons on board the vessel and straying into Indian waters.

  • Bail plea of 35 crew members of detained US ship rejected

    A local court today dismissed the bail petitions of the 35 crew members of the detained US ship MV Seaman Guard Ohio, arrested on October 18 on charges of illegally carrying arms and straying into Indian waters.

  • Three crew members of detained US ship sent to judicial custody

    Three crew members of detained US ship sent to judicial custody

    Three crew members of the detained US vessel MV Seaman Guard Ohio were sent to judicial custody in Palayamkottai Central Jail after their police custody ended today.

  • Detained US ship's crew shifted from Tirunelveli to Chennai

    Detained US ship's crew shifted from Tirunelveli to Chennai

    Twenty two foreign nationals among the 35 arrested crew of detained US-based private ship were today shifted from the Central Prison at Palayamkottai in Tirunelveli to Chennai while a court adjourned the hearing to Thursday on a police plea seeking seven days custody of three others.

  • Foreign crew members of detained US ship to be shifted to Chennai jail

    Foreign crew members of detained US ship to be shifted to Chennai jail

    Twenty-two foreign crew members and security guards of the detained US based ship, Seaman Guard Ohio, are being shifted to Chennai's Puzhal Jail from the Palayamkottai Central Jail in Tirunelvelli. The 13 Indian crew members will remain in the Tirunelvelli Jail.

  • Remaining two crew members of US ship arrested

    Remaining two crew members of US ship arrested

    A day after taking into custody 33 crew members of a US firm-owned ship, detained in Tuticorin for allegedly carrying arms in Indian waters illegally, Tamil Nadu police today arrested remaining two persons who were left to take care of the vessel's maintenance.

  • Release of US ship after probe ends: Minister

    Release of US ship after probe ends: Minister

    Shipping Minister GK Vasan on Wednesday said the US company-owned ship detained at Tamil Nadu's Tuticorin port will not be allowed to move out till the completion of a probe into the arms consignment it carried.

  • Team from Tamil Nadu Police's specialised wing reaches Tuticorin to probe American ship with guns

    Team from Tamil Nadu Police's specialised wing reaches Tuticorin to probe American ship with guns

    A team of the Tamil Nadu police's Q branch has reached Tuticorin to investigate an American ship, which has been detained for illegally entering Indian waters and carrying guns and ammunition without permission. Sources say that the investigations by Tamil Nadu Coastal Security will be handed over to the Q branch team, headed by Superintendent of P...

  • US ship with guns sparks massive probe, hunt for diesel suppliers

    US ship with guns sparks massive probe, hunt for diesel suppliers

    Indian investigators are trying to determine whether an American ship, detained for illegally entering Indian waters and carrying guns and ammunition without permission, was involved in arms trafficking.

  • US ship with armed guards detained at Tuticorin; no papers authorising possession of arms

    US ship with armed guards detained at Tuticorin; no papers authorising possession of arms

    The Indian Coast Guard on Friday intercepted and detained a vessel belonging to a US-based firm off the coast of Kanyakumari. MV Seaman Guard had 10 crew and 25 armed security guards on board.

'Seaman Guard Ohio' - 2 Video Result(s)

'Seaman Guard Ohio' - 13 News Result(s)

  • 35 Crew Men Of US Ship Challenge Lower Court Order

    35 Crew Men Of US Ship Challenge Lower Court Order

    The 35 crew members of US company-owned ship MV Seaman Guard Ohio, who were sentenced to five years rigorous imprisonment by a lower court on charges of illegally possessing weapons and entering Indian waters in an unauthorized manner, today moved the Madras High court bench here challenging the order.

  • Tamil Nadu Court Jails 25 Foreign Ship Crew Members In Arms Case

    Tamil Nadu Court Jails 25 Foreign Ship Crew Members In Arms Case

    A court on Monday sentenced crew members of a private American ship, including 25 foreigners, to five years in prison for illegal possession of arms in Indian waters in a verdict that could spark diplomatic tension.

  • US ship crew's bail cancelled by Principal Sessions Court court

    US ship crew's bail cancelled by Principal Sessions Court court

    The Principal Sessions Court today cancelled the conditional bail granted by a lower court to 35 crew members of a private US ship arrested on charges of carrying weapons illegally and straying into Indian waters.

  • Madras High Court denies bail to 35 crew members of US ship

    Madras High Court denies bail to 35 crew members of US ship

    Madras High Court today dismissed bail petitions of 35 crew members of a US ship, who were arrested on charges of illegally carrying weapons on board the vessel and straying into Indian waters.

  • Bail plea of 35 crew members of detained US ship rejected

    A local court today dismissed the bail petitions of the 35 crew members of the detained US ship MV Seaman Guard Ohio, arrested on October 18 on charges of illegally carrying arms and straying into Indian waters.

  • Three crew members of detained US ship sent to judicial custody

    Three crew members of detained US ship sent to judicial custody

    Three crew members of the detained US vessel MV Seaman Guard Ohio were sent to judicial custody in Palayamkottai Central Jail after their police custody ended today.

  • Detained US ship's crew shifted from Tirunelveli to Chennai

    Detained US ship's crew shifted from Tirunelveli to Chennai

    Twenty two foreign nationals among the 35 arrested crew of detained US-based private ship were today shifted from the Central Prison at Palayamkottai in Tirunelveli to Chennai while a court adjourned the hearing to Thursday on a police plea seeking seven days custody of three others.

  • Foreign crew members of detained US ship to be shifted to Chennai jail

    Foreign crew members of detained US ship to be shifted to Chennai jail

    Twenty-two foreign crew members and security guards of the detained US based ship, Seaman Guard Ohio, are being shifted to Chennai's Puzhal Jail from the Palayamkottai Central Jail in Tirunelvelli. The 13 Indian crew members will remain in the Tirunelvelli Jail.

  • Remaining two crew members of US ship arrested

    Remaining two crew members of US ship arrested

    A day after taking into custody 33 crew members of a US firm-owned ship, detained in Tuticorin for allegedly carrying arms in Indian waters illegally, Tamil Nadu police today arrested remaining two persons who were left to take care of the vessel's maintenance.

  • Release of US ship after probe ends: Minister

    Release of US ship after probe ends: Minister

    Shipping Minister GK Vasan on Wednesday said the US company-owned ship detained at Tamil Nadu's Tuticorin port will not be allowed to move out till the completion of a probe into the arms consignment it carried.

  • Team from Tamil Nadu Police's specialised wing reaches Tuticorin to probe American ship with guns

    Team from Tamil Nadu Police's specialised wing reaches Tuticorin to probe American ship with guns

    A team of the Tamil Nadu police's Q branch has reached Tuticorin to investigate an American ship, which has been detained for illegally entering Indian waters and carrying guns and ammunition without permission. Sources say that the investigations by Tamil Nadu Coastal Security will be handed over to the Q branch team, headed by Superintendent of P...

  • US ship with guns sparks massive probe, hunt for diesel suppliers

    US ship with guns sparks massive probe, hunt for diesel suppliers

    Indian investigators are trying to determine whether an American ship, detained for illegally entering Indian waters and carrying guns and ammunition without permission, was involved in arms trafficking.

  • US ship with armed guards detained at Tuticorin; no papers authorising possession of arms

    US ship with armed guards detained at Tuticorin; no papers authorising possession of arms

    The Indian Coast Guard on Friday intercepted and detained a vessel belonging to a US-based firm off the coast of Kanyakumari. MV Seaman Guard had 10 crew and 25 armed security guards on board.

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