Topic: Sunanda Pushkar

Subramanian Swamy filed a petition in Patiala House Court claiming that he is one of the earliest ones to file a PIL in Sunanda Pushkar death case
Sunanda Pushkar was found dead on January 17, 2014, in a Hotel suite under mysterious circumstances.
The court has said that police investigation is required to find out how the Republic TV got access to the documents related to Sunanda death case
A quick round up of things that made it to news today.
Congress leader and Pushkar's husband Shashi Tharoor has been booked for abetment of suicide and cruelty in the case which will be heard on the fast track.
Shashi Tharoor was charged with abetment to suicide earlier this year.
Swamy claims to be troubled by how Tharoor and the rest of Congress are "continuing as a party"
He called the embrace 'unethical' and said that such behaviour should be discouraged.
The Delhi Police had earlier been pulled up for the delay in the investigation
The Patiala House Court will decide on the charge sheet on June 5th
Shashi Tharoor is facing serious charges in the case of his wife's death
Delhi Police will file the status report in the Court within a week.
Supreme Court has set next hearing date for May 7
Report in DNA makes startling claims
The Delhi Police must now answer the Supreme Court
The deplorable state of democracy in Indian politics.
Congress MP Shashi Tharoor's wife Sunanda Pushkar was found dead under mysterious circumstances in January 2014. Probe is still on.
Shashi Tharoor had filed a defamation case against Arnab and Republic TV on 26th May
Total viewership of Republic stood at about 51.9%, more than double of Times Now's 24.5%
Times has filed a case claiming Tharoor and Lalu tapes as their intellectual ‘property’ that were stolen by Arnab.
This article is not trying to prove that Shashi Tharoor is a liar. You can read and find that out. Truly.
Shashi Tharoor has accepted Subramanian Swamy’s theory that someone in the Congress party knows the truth of Sunanda murder case?
Subramanian Swamy has a penchant for sniffing out something wrong when nobody has a clue. Very often he's laughed at for his theories, but he has a surprisingly impressive history of unearthing wrongdoings.
When Twitteratis blamed Twitter for Sunanda Pushkar's murder. A throwback at some selective tweets from last year.

Latest articles

Connect with us