Uphaar Cinema Case


'Uphaar Cinema Case' - 3 News Result(s)

  • Uphaar Convict Sushil Ansal Misled Government While Applying For Passport, Says Delhi High Court

    Uphaar Convict Sushil Ansal Misled Government While Applying For Passport, Says Delhi High Court

    The Delhi High Court has said real estate baron Sushil Ansal, convicted for the 1997 Uphaar cinema fire incident that claimed 59 lives, misled the Indian government and misrepresented on oath regarding his conviction when he applied for a passport in 2013 under tatkaal scheme for which appropriate proceedings "would be warranted".

  • In Uphaar Cinema Tragedy, Supreme Court Orders Jail For Builder Gopal Ansal

    In Uphaar Cinema Tragedy, Supreme Court Orders Jail For Builder Gopal Ansal

    The Ansal brothers, real estate barons who built and operated Delhi's Uphaar cinema, are guilty of causing death due to negligence and one of them must go to jail within four weeks, the Supreme Court ruled today. Gopal Ansal, 69, has been given a year-long sentence; he has been given a month to surrender and be moved to prison, judges said. Sushil ...

  • Uphaar Cinema Case: Ansals Assure Court They Will Not Leave Country

    Uphaar Cinema Case: Ansals Assure Court They Will Not Leave Country

    Real estate barons Sushil and Gopal Ansal today assured the Supreme Court that they will not leave India till it commences hearing on the plea of the victims' association of the 1997 Uphaar fire tragedy seeking review of its 2015 verdict.

'Uphaar Cinema Case' - 2 Video Result(s)

'Uphaar Cinema Case' - 3 News Result(s)

  • Uphaar Convict Sushil Ansal Misled Government While Applying For Passport, Says Delhi High Court

    Uphaar Convict Sushil Ansal Misled Government While Applying For Passport, Says Delhi High Court

    The Delhi High Court has said real estate baron Sushil Ansal, convicted for the 1997 Uphaar cinema fire incident that claimed 59 lives, misled the Indian government and misrepresented on oath regarding his conviction when he applied for a passport in 2013 under tatkaal scheme for which appropriate proceedings "would be warranted".

  • In Uphaar Cinema Tragedy, Supreme Court Orders Jail For Builder Gopal Ansal

    In Uphaar Cinema Tragedy, Supreme Court Orders Jail For Builder Gopal Ansal

    The Ansal brothers, real estate barons who built and operated Delhi's Uphaar cinema, are guilty of causing death due to negligence and one of them must go to jail within four weeks, the Supreme Court ruled today. Gopal Ansal, 69, has been given a year-long sentence; he has been given a month to surrender and be moved to prison, judges said. Sushil ...

  • Uphaar Cinema Case: Ansals Assure Court They Will Not Leave Country

    Uphaar Cinema Case: Ansals Assure Court They Will Not Leave Country

    Real estate barons Sushil and Gopal Ansal today assured the Supreme Court that they will not leave India till it commences hearing on the plea of the victims' association of the 1997 Uphaar fire tragedy seeking review of its 2015 verdict.

'Uphaar Cinema Case' - 2 Video Result(s)

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