Mumbai sessions court News
Yukta Mookhey to settle marital rift amicably?
The actor and former Miss World was asked by the judge to go in for an out-of-court settlement with her husband
Yukta Mookhey and her estranged husband Prince Tuli have been requested by Justice Sadhana Jadhav to go in for an out-of-court settlement in their marital dispute case, say reports. Click here to read more
Yukta Mookhey’s husband Prince Tuli moves Bombay High Court for anticipatory bail
The former Miss World and Bollywood actor had filed a complaint against her estranged husband for domestic violence
Update: Prince Tuli, actor Yukta Mookhey’s husband, was denied anticipatory bail by a Mumbai Sessions Court in August for alleged domestic violence. He has now filed a petition in the Bombay High Court seeking anticipatory bail. His court hearing is scheduled for tomorrow, September 17.
Earlier report (dated September 2, 2013): Bollywood actor Yukta Mookhey’s estranged husband Prince Tuli was denied anticipatory bail by the Mumbai Sessions Court on Saturday, August 31.
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Salman Khan hit-and-run case: The actor files petition against contempt of court case
The Kick actor moves Bombay High Court and has filed a petition seeking quashing of complaint filed against him in a magistrate court which wants contempt action for sharing any information on his website related to his impending case
Last month, social activist Hemant Patil had filed a complaint in a Magistrate Court seeking action against Salman Khan alleging that sharing any information on his website – www.salmankhanfiles.com related to his impending case is contempt of court. Sallu pleaded in his petition that Click here to read more
Salman Khan hit-and-run-case: Court directs actor to pay Rs 19 lakh to victims; next hearing on August 19
The actor will, after all, be tried for culpable homicide not amounting to murder on his next hearing on August 19
The Mumbai Sessions Court today directed Salman Khan [UPDATE] to pay Rs 19 lakh to victims of his hit-and-run rash driving. The court’s ruling was earlier going to be deferred as the judge had reportedly been transferred. The latest update on Twitter was, Salman will be tried for culpable homicide not amounting to murder. Click here to read more
Salman Khan hit-and-run case: Charges to be framed on September 5
After the Mumbai Sessions Court deferred hearing on July 24, the Dabangg actor’s next date will be in the first week of September
Salman Khan was tried for culpable homicide on July 24 this year for his 2002 hit-and-run case. Ironically, the Mumbai Sessions Court deferred the hearing because the judge was unexpectedly transferred. The case will now be heard by Click here to read more
Salman Khan hit-and-run case: Judge transferred, hearing deferred!
Update (July 24): The Mumbai Sessions Court has deferred today’s hearing, as the Sessions Court Judge has been transferred
Actor Salman Khan was to be tried for culpable homicide today for his 2002 hit-and-run case. The latest update on Twitter is that the Mumbai Sessions Court has deferred the hearing, as – ironically – the Judge has been transferred. On July 19, the hearing was postponed and charges against the star were to be framed today. Click here to read more
Salman Khan’s plea rejected in 2002 hit-and-run case; the actor to be tried for culpable homicide
The Mumbai Sessions court today rejected Sallu’s plea for a retrial and has granted him a month’s time to appear before the court
The Mumbai Sessions court verdict on Salman Khan is finally out. The latest we hear is that the court has rejected the Dabangg superstar’s plea for retrial in the 2002 hit-and-run case and he’ll now be tried for culpable homicide not Click here to read more
Shootout at Wadala: Sanjay Gupta denied anticipatory bail
A Mumbai sessions court Monday rejected the anticipatory bail plea of filmmaker Sanjay Gupta who was booked for sending out invites for his movie’s event on a letterhead resembling that of the city police chief, police said. “Gupta’s anticipatory bail plea has been rejected by the sessions court today (Monday). We had opposed the plea as his explanation for the same was not satisfactory,” said Senior Police Inspector Nandkumar Mehtar of northwest Mumbai’s Versova Police Station where a first information report (FIR) against Gupta was registered. Police questioned Gupta for nearly two hours Sunday. “Gupta did not cooperate with us during the investigation. He kept misleading us,” Mehtar said.
Gupta last month sent out invites for the promotion of his upcoming film Shootout at Wadala on a letterhead that resembled that of Mumbai’s police commissioner. An FIR was registered against Gupta February 29 and he was booked under several non-bailable sections. Police had issued summons to Gupta, asking him to present himself to explain his case or face arrest Friday. Gupta approached the court Saturday for anticipatory bail.Click here to read more