Suhaib Ilyasi


'Suhaib Ilyasi' - 13 News Result(s)

  • "Lost 18 Years Of My Life For A Crime I Did Not Commit": Suhaib Ilyasi

    "Lost 18 Years Of My Life For A Crime I Did Not Commit": Suhaib Ilyasi

    He hosted Indian televisions first and most popular crime investigation show "Indias Most Wanted". Suhaib Ilyasi had it all. Then one night he lost it all. His wife died of multiple stab wounds. Suhaib Ilyasi was accused of murdering her and was sentenced to life imprisonment.

  • Ex-TV Anchor Suhaib Ilyasi Acquitted In Wife's Murder: Timeline Of Case

    Ex-TV Anchor Suhaib Ilyasi Acquitted In Wife's Murder: Timeline Of Case

    Suhaib Ilyasi, who became a household name as the host of popular crime show "India's Most Wanted", had appealed against his conviction in wife's murder case.

  • Ex-TV Anchor Suhaib Ilyasi Acquitted By Delhi High Court In Wife's Murder

    Ex-TV Anchor Suhaib Ilyasi Acquitted By Delhi High Court In Wife's Murder

    Former TV anchor and producer Suhaib Ilyasi who was sentenced to life in jail for the murder of his wife 18 years ago, was acquitted by the Delhi High Court today.

  • Top Court Asks Suhaib Ilyasi To Approach High Court For Interim Bail

    Top Court Asks Suhaib Ilyasi To Approach High Court For Interim Bail

    The Supreme Court today directed former TV anchor and producer Suhaib Ilyasi, who was awarded life term by a trial court for killing his wife 18 years ago, to approach the Delhi High Court for interim bail.

  • Delhi High Court Grants Bail To Suhaib Ilyasi To Take Care Of Sick Wife

    Delhi High Court Grants Bail To Suhaib Ilyasi To Take Care Of Sick Wife

    The Delhi High Court today granted interim bail for a month to former TV anchor and producer Suhaib Ilyasi, serving life term for killing his first wife 18 years ago, to take care of his ailing second spouse.

  • Delhi High Court Seeks Response From Police On Suhaib Ilyasi

    Delhi High Court Seeks Response From Police On Suhaib Ilyasi

    The Delhi High Court today sought a response from the Delhi Police on former TV anchor and producer Suhaib Ilyasi's plea challenging his conviction and life imprisonment for killing his wife Anju 18 years ago.

  • Court Says TV Host Suhaib Ilyasi Betrayed Not Just His Wife's Faith But Public Too

    Court Says TV Host Suhaib Ilyasi Betrayed Not Just His Wife's Faith But Public Too

    Suhaib Ilyasi, who once hosted a popular crime-busting television series, should have produced his daughter who witnessed his wife's murder, a Delhi court observed on Wednesday as it sentenced the 51-year-old television producer to life in jail for the crime 17 years ago.

  • Life Sentence To "Most Wanted" Host Suhaib Ilyasi For Murdering Wife

    Life Sentence To "<i>Most Wanted</i>" Host Suhaib Ilyasi For Murdering Wife

    Suhaib Ilyasi, who once hosted the popular television crime series 'India's Most Wanted', has been sentenced to life imprisonment for the death of his wife 17 years ago. The 51-year-old was held guilty of his wife's murder by a Delhi court on Saturday.

  • Suhaib Ilyasi, Once "India's Most Wanted" Host, Convicted In Wife's Death

    Suhaib Ilyasi, Once "India's Most Wanted" Host, Convicted In Wife's Death

    Suhaib Ilyasi, best remembered as the host of the once popular television crime series 'India's Most Wanted', has been convicted in connection with the death of his wife 17 years ago, news agency ANI reported on Saturday.

  • Ghulam Ali to Launch the Music of Ghar Wapsi in Delhi

    Ghulam Ali to Launch the Music of <I>Ghar Wapsi</i> in Delhi

    "Sanjay Raut of the Shiv Sena was very categoric when he said that he would not allow Ghulam Ali saab on Indian soil and would oppose it. Shiv Sena has certain strength in the capital and we want to ensure that Ghulam Ali saab is safe and secure," Suhaib Ilyasi said in an official statement

  • Ghulam Ali's Mumbai Concert Cancelled For a Second Time

    Ghulam Ali's Mumbai Concert Cancelled For a Second Time

    "The event was going to happen on Friday at The Club in Andheri but now it is not happening. It has been cancelled," TV show host-turned-filmmaker Suhaib Ilyasi said. Ghulam Ali was scheduled to attend the music launch of Ghar Wapsi, a movie directed by Mr Ilyasi in which the 75-year-old singer has sung a patriotic song and also acted

  • Suhaib Ilyasi: Don't Want to Create Controversy With Ghar Wapsi

    Suhaib Ilyasi: Don't Want to Create Controversy With <i>Ghar Wapsi</i>

    "We never discussed anything related to this project with anyone because we know that the concept of Ghar Wapsi can bring in lot of controversies in the minds of many people. We don't want to create any controversy," said Suhaib Ilyasi, best remembered as the host of crime series India's Most Wanted

  • PM lookalike to star in film on dowry law

    PM lookalike to star in film on dowry law

    As he walks slowly wearing a white kurta-pyjama and a light blue turban, anyone could mistake him for the most powerful man in India -- Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. But Delhi-based transporter Gurmeet Singh Sethi does not mind. So much so that he even accepted an offer from TV personality Suhaib Ilyasi of "India's Most Wanted" fame to be the part...

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'Suhaib Ilyasi' - 13 News Result(s)

  • "Lost 18 Years Of My Life For A Crime I Did Not Commit": Suhaib Ilyasi

    "Lost 18 Years Of My Life For A Crime I Did Not Commit": Suhaib Ilyasi

    He hosted Indian televisions first and most popular crime investigation show "Indias Most Wanted". Suhaib Ilyasi had it all. Then one night he lost it all. His wife died of multiple stab wounds. Suhaib Ilyasi was accused of murdering her and was sentenced to life imprisonment.

  • Ex-TV Anchor Suhaib Ilyasi Acquitted In Wife's Murder: Timeline Of Case

    Ex-TV Anchor Suhaib Ilyasi Acquitted In Wife's Murder: Timeline Of Case

    Suhaib Ilyasi, who became a household name as the host of popular crime show "India's Most Wanted", had appealed against his conviction in wife's murder case.

  • Ex-TV Anchor Suhaib Ilyasi Acquitted By Delhi High Court In Wife's Murder

    Ex-TV Anchor Suhaib Ilyasi Acquitted By Delhi High Court In Wife's Murder

    Former TV anchor and producer Suhaib Ilyasi who was sentenced to life in jail for the murder of his wife 18 years ago, was acquitted by the Delhi High Court today.

  • Top Court Asks Suhaib Ilyasi To Approach High Court For Interim Bail

    Top Court Asks Suhaib Ilyasi To Approach High Court For Interim Bail

    The Supreme Court today directed former TV anchor and producer Suhaib Ilyasi, who was awarded life term by a trial court for killing his wife 18 years ago, to approach the Delhi High Court for interim bail.

  • Delhi High Court Grants Bail To Suhaib Ilyasi To Take Care Of Sick Wife

    Delhi High Court Grants Bail To Suhaib Ilyasi To Take Care Of Sick Wife

    The Delhi High Court today granted interim bail for a month to former TV anchor and producer Suhaib Ilyasi, serving life term for killing his first wife 18 years ago, to take care of his ailing second spouse.

  • Delhi High Court Seeks Response From Police On Suhaib Ilyasi

    Delhi High Court Seeks Response From Police On Suhaib Ilyasi

    The Delhi High Court today sought a response from the Delhi Police on former TV anchor and producer Suhaib Ilyasi's plea challenging his conviction and life imprisonment for killing his wife Anju 18 years ago.

  • Court Says TV Host Suhaib Ilyasi Betrayed Not Just His Wife's Faith But Public Too

    Court Says TV Host Suhaib Ilyasi Betrayed Not Just His Wife's Faith But Public Too

    Suhaib Ilyasi, who once hosted a popular crime-busting television series, should have produced his daughter who witnessed his wife's murder, a Delhi court observed on Wednesday as it sentenced the 51-year-old television producer to life in jail for the crime 17 years ago.

  • Life Sentence To "Most Wanted" Host Suhaib Ilyasi For Murdering Wife

    Life Sentence To "<i>Most Wanted</i>" Host Suhaib Ilyasi For Murdering Wife

    Suhaib Ilyasi, who once hosted the popular television crime series 'India's Most Wanted', has been sentenced to life imprisonment for the death of his wife 17 years ago. The 51-year-old was held guilty of his wife's murder by a Delhi court on Saturday.

  • Suhaib Ilyasi, Once "India's Most Wanted" Host, Convicted In Wife's Death

    Suhaib Ilyasi, Once "India's Most Wanted" Host, Convicted In Wife's Death

    Suhaib Ilyasi, best remembered as the host of the once popular television crime series 'India's Most Wanted', has been convicted in connection with the death of his wife 17 years ago, news agency ANI reported on Saturday.

  • Ghulam Ali to Launch the Music of Ghar Wapsi in Delhi

    Ghulam Ali to Launch the Music of <I>Ghar Wapsi</i> in Delhi

    "Sanjay Raut of the Shiv Sena was very categoric when he said that he would not allow Ghulam Ali saab on Indian soil and would oppose it. Shiv Sena has certain strength in the capital and we want to ensure that Ghulam Ali saab is safe and secure," Suhaib Ilyasi said in an official statement

  • Ghulam Ali's Mumbai Concert Cancelled For a Second Time

    Ghulam Ali's Mumbai Concert Cancelled For a Second Time

    "The event was going to happen on Friday at The Club in Andheri but now it is not happening. It has been cancelled," TV show host-turned-filmmaker Suhaib Ilyasi said. Ghulam Ali was scheduled to attend the music launch of Ghar Wapsi, a movie directed by Mr Ilyasi in which the 75-year-old singer has sung a patriotic song and also acted

  • Suhaib Ilyasi: Don't Want to Create Controversy With Ghar Wapsi

    Suhaib Ilyasi: Don't Want to Create Controversy With <i>Ghar Wapsi</i>

    "We never discussed anything related to this project with anyone because we know that the concept of Ghar Wapsi can bring in lot of controversies in the minds of many people. We don't want to create any controversy," said Suhaib Ilyasi, best remembered as the host of crime series India's Most Wanted

  • PM lookalike to star in film on dowry law

    PM lookalike to star in film on dowry law

    As he walks slowly wearing a white kurta-pyjama and a light blue turban, anyone could mistake him for the most powerful man in India -- Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. But Delhi-based transporter Gurmeet Singh Sethi does not mind. So much so that he even accepted an offer from TV personality Suhaib Ilyasi of "India's Most Wanted" fame to be the part...

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