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Extortion Case: Param Bir Singh Appears Before Thane Police To Join Probe

Nov 26, 2021 Outlook Web Desk

Thane police registered the extortion case against Singh and 28 others, including six police officers, on the basis of a complaint lodged by builder Ketan Tanna in July this year.

Extortion Case: Lookout Notice Issued Against Param Bir Singh In Thane

Aug 12, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

The notice was issued in the extortion case registered at the Thane Nagar Police Station against Singh, a former Mumbai Police Commissioner, and 27 others on July 30 on a complaint of businessman Ketan Tanna.


Extortion Case: FIR Against IPS Officer Param Bir Singh, 5 Other Cops

Two of the builder's partners, Sunil Jain and Sanjay Punamia, have been arrested in the case.

Hackers Demand Rs 10 Cr From Ghaziabad Man, Threaten To Leak Personal Videos

Jan 24, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

Cops are currently probing the matter, officials said


'Govt In Support Of Chinmayanand': Congress Meets Jailed Law Student's Parents

The Congress leader said that the party will take out a massive 'padyatra' (foot march) from Shahjahanpur to Lucknow on September 30 demanding justice for the girl

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24 September, 2019

Rape Accused BJP Leader Chinmayanand Denied Bail By UP Court

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The court has also rejected the bail application of three men -- Sanjay, Sachin and Vikram -- who were arrested on extortion charges filed by the BJP leader.


23 September, 2019

Chinmayanand Case: UP Law Student's Plea To Stay Arrest In Extortion Case Refused By HC

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The woman had claimed that the police were trying to weaken the case against the ruling party politician by booking her in an extortion case


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