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Kripanandam today appeared before a special CBI court here in the illegal mining case allegedly involving Obulapuram Mining Company (OMC) owned by mining baron Janardhan Reddy. The court had earlier issued summons against Sabitha Reddy and
Janardhana Reddy Former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Nedurumilli Janardhan Reddy passed away in the early hours on Friday after brief illness...Hyderabad, where he was admitted for treatment of his ailments. His body was shifted to his residence
Showcase Despite taint', Sreeramulu hopes to win by mining Modi name Voters feel BJP will revive mining industry, but fear return to lawlessness. Written by Johnson T A Bellary April 11, 2014 7:52 am Sreeramulu (left) with BJP president Rajnath Singh.
The last time elections were fought in Karnataka [ Images ] the mining capital of the country, Bellary was in focus. The campaigns were grand, which made it evident that there was a lot of mining money in circulation. Bellary was a BJP bastion with
BJP's state president KS Eshwarappa's absence at two party conventions, including the one addressed by its national leader Arun Jaitley, provided further grist for reports that all is not well with the party...Its lawyers' wing assembled at Palace
T he Republic of Bellary, ruled by brothers Somashekhara, Karunakara and Janardhan Reddy, has been one of the most spoken about places in recent years. Fancy cars, helicopters, crime and money in abundance, the mining barons were once a symbol of
Vicky Nanjappa Bengaluru B ringing down the powerful mining lobby in Karnataka that looted the state while abusing power openly was no ordinary task. It was the various reports and the petitions filed before the Supreme Court by S R Hiremath which
Vicky Nanjappa in Bengaluru G ali Janardhan Reddy , the mining baron from Bellary, was on Friday produced before Central Bureau of Investigation's special court in Bengaluru and will be interrogated in connection with the Associated Mining Company
Vicky Nanjappa in Bengaluru K arnataka's mining baron, Janardhan Reddy is in trouble. The chargesheet filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation has suggested that Reddy earned Rs 4,300 crore through illegal mining. The chargesheet notes that Reddy
September 14, 2011 The Reddy brothers of Bellary, who are in the eye of a storm for their alleged illegal mining activities, have suffered yet another setback with the State Government withdrawing permission to grant government revenue land to G.