Salman Khan blackbuck case News
Salim Khan on Salman’s acquittal: It’s a huge relief for family, I was sure my son would get a clean chit!
Salman Khan heaved a sigh of relief as the Rajasthan Court acquitted the actor in the Chinkara poaching case of 1998. And as soon as the verdict was out, the entire Khan family including the Sultan heaved a sigh of relief. Salman’s father is extremely happy with his son’s acquittal. Click here to read more
Salman Khan black buck poaching case: The actor reaches Jodhpur for the hearing of his case
Salman Khan was recently acquitted in the 2002 hit-and-run case. The actor is in news once again for another case and this time, its in connection with a 17-year-old trial in the much delayed Arms Act case against him. Click here to read more
Salman Khan black buck poaching case: Actor backs out, alleges cops forced him to give FALSE statement!
Salman Khan who reached a Jodhpur court for the hearing of a 17-year old Arms Act contradicted his earlier statement. Earlier, the actor had pleaded innocence and now as per reports, the actor changed his statement. Click here to read more
Salman Khan Arms Act case: Judge recuses himself from the actor’s case
Justice Vijay Vishnoi of the Rajasthan High Court has recused himself from the actor’s 1998 Arms Act case…
The hearing of Salman Khan’s 1998 Arms Act case has been further postponed as Justice Vijay Vishnoi has recused himself from the case. Click here to read more
Salman Khan Arms Act case: Court gives another opportunity to the actor to present his side
The actor will present his side again in the next hearing on May 4
A court here trying Salman Khan in an Arms Act case related to shooting of black bucks in 1998 has given another opportunity to the actor to present his side after recording of statement, in which he pleaded innocence and alleged that he was framed by Forest officials. After recording the statement of the actor, Chief Judicial Magistrate Anupama Bijlani yesterday fixed May 4 as the next date of hearing and gave Khan another opportunity to present his side in the case. Click here to read more
Salman Khan impresses with his ‘Hindu and Muslim’ remark at the Jodhpur hearing!
The Kick actor earned a few extra fans with his recent statement at the court case hearing in Jodhpur
Salman Khan was at the Jodhpur court today for the arms act case hearing. The Bajrangi Bhaijaan actor was pretty confused when he was quizzed about his caste in the court. Click here to read more
Salman Khan Arms Act case: Jodhpur Court sets April 23 as deadline for the actor to record a statement!
Salman Khan has been embroiled in an Arms Act case since 1998 and now the court has ordered the Bajrangi Bhaijaan actor to appear before April 23 to record his statement
It doesn’t seem like Salman Khan’s troubles are going to end any time soon. Click here to read more
Supreme Court sets aside stay on Salman Khan’s conviction
It is really getting difficult for the Bajrangi Bhaijaan star, as the case is sent back to the high court for fresh consideration
In a setback to filmstar Salman Khan, the Supreme Court Wednesday set aside the Rajasthan High Court order putting on hold his conviction in the blackbuck hunting case, and asked the high court to consider the matter afresh.
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Salman Khan blackbuck poaching case: Supreme Court asks the actor to approach the High Court if he feels aggrieved!
Looks like the Bajrangi Bhaijaan actor won’t be getting a stay on his conviction anytime soon…
Salman Khan made a plea in the Rajasthan High Court regarding a stay on his conviction last year. Click here to read more
Supreme Court issues a notice to Salman Khan in the blackbuck poaching case
The Kick actor has been in trial for having hunted a blackbuck back in 2006
The Supreme Court Wednesday issued notice to filmstar Salman Khan on a plea by the Rajasthan government challenging the stay on his conviction and sentencing in a blackbuck hunting case. Click here to read more
Salman Khan blackbuck poaching case: Jai Ho actor to appear before court on January 29
The Jodhpur District Court comprising Chief Judicial Magistrate Chandra Kala Jain, after examining all prosecution witnesses, today asked Salman to appear before the court in the case
Actor Salman Khan has been asked to appear before the a local court here on January 29 in connection with the black buck poaching case. Click here to read more
No evidence against Salman Khan in blackbuck poaching case
The Jai Ho actor’s counsel claimed that the case is nothing but a sheaf on untruth
Salman Khan‘s counsel said there were no direct evidences against the actor that he carried arms with expired license during the alleged Blackbuck poaching at the nearby Kankani village in 1998. Click here to read more
Salman Khan blackbuck poaching case: Rajasthan High Court dismisses government petition
The HC has rejected the revision petition filed by the state government for amendment of charges against the Dabangg actor under the Arms Act
The Rajasthan High court has dismissed the state government’s petition against the actor in the 1998 blackbuck poaching case. The Rajasthan government had moved the high court in 2006 saying Click here to read more
Chief judicial magistrate court reads out charges against Saif Ali Khan, Tabu, Sonali Bendre, Neelam in the blackbuck case
The court of CJM, Jodhpur on Saturday read out charges against four Bollywood stars – Tabu, Sonali Bendre, Neelam Kothari and Saif Ali Khan – in the 14-year-old case of blackbuck poaching while shooting for a film
The charges relate to an incident that occurred during the shooting of Rajshri Productions’ Hum Saath Saathj Hain in 1998. Click here to read more
Salman Khan in fresh trouble over blackbuck case
The Rajasthan High Court has revised the charges against him, making a three-year jail sentence a distinct possibility
Salman Khan will soon face trial for allegedly killing two endangered blackbucks 14 years ago. The Rajasthan High Court changed the charges against him, Saif Ali Khan, Tabu, Neelam and Sonali Bendre and made them more severe yesterday (July 24). The court took the decision while hearing a plea by the Rajasthan state government against a sessions court order that said some of the charges should be dropped. Click here to read more