Rajiv case convict Nalini back in jail after 51-day parole ends

Nalini Sriharan, one of the seven convicts in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case, surrendered at a prison here on Sunday, after being out of the jail for 52 days on ordinary leave granted by the Madras High Court. Continue Reading

Nalini out on parole for a month for daughter wedding

Nalini, who had sought six months parole to make arrangements for her daughter’s wedding in London, argued her case in the Madras High Court by herself. On 5 July, the court agreed to grant parole but for only a month. Continue Reading

Much needed break

Nalini, in prison for over 27 years, wanted the court to direct the Superintendent of Police, Special Prison for Women in Vellore, to produce her before the court so that she could argue her case for leave as party-in-person. Continue Reading

Produce Nalini before court, Madras High Court tells Vellore police

She had filed a plea in the court to argue before the bench regarding a six-month parole to make preparations for the wedding of her daughter who resides in London. Continue Reading

Rajiv convicts’ release: Ball in Governor’s court, says SC

The Supreme Court today dismissed pleas of families of those killed along with former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi in 1991, objecting to the Tamilnadu government’s 2014 decision to release seven convicts in the case. Continue Reading