Aarushi was found dead in her bedroom, just days before she turned The Talwars were sentenced to life in prison in They have appealed against their conviction. AP Singh was Director of the CBI for two years starting , when the agency made the controversial disclosure in court that it believed Rajesh Talwar killed Aarushi but could not prove it and wanted to close the case. Oct 12, IST The case became a sensational story dividing public opinion on who killed Aarushi; a book and a film have been made on the double murder. Oct 12, IST Aarushi was found with her throat slit in her bed, just days before she turned
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Aarushi was found dead in her bedroom, just days before she turned The Talwars were sentenced to life in prison in They have appealed against their conviction. AP Singh was Director of the CBI for two years starting , when the agency made the controversial disclosure in court that it believed Rajesh Talwar killed Aarushi but could not prove it and wanted to close the case. Oct 12, IST The case became a sensational story dividing public opinion on who killed Aarushi; a book and a film have been made on the double murder.
Oct 12, IST Aarushi was found with her throat slit in her bed, just days before she turned At first, Hemraj, who was missing, was the main suspect, but the next day, his body was found on the roof of the apartment building where the Talwars lived.
Oct 12, IST What happened in the courtroom today Nearly people packed themselves inside the tiny courtroom to hear the judgement in the case. Dentist couple Nupur and Rajesh Talwar were also present in the court to find out if they would spend their lives in prison The judges of the Allahabad High Court arrived at 2.
It took them 10 minutes to read out the verdict which acquitted the Talwars of the double murder at their home in Noida near Delhi in An official statement is expected from the CBI shortly. Oct 12, IST Talwars have been in jail since They were serving life sentence in the murder case. A special CBI court had in convicted the parents of murdering her.
Domestic help Hemraj suspected as the killer. Rajesh Talwar denied bail by a special Ghaziabad magistrate. Gives clean chit to servants, but points fingers at parents.
Oct 12, IST The dentist couple has been in jail for four years. They have maintained their innocence throughout. There were around people to hear the judgement. One judge started to read out judgement. Judge spent 10 minutes reading out. They had appealed against their conviction.
Oct 12, IST "In a case of a murder you need to have a motive and in this case there was a motive of the father who was accused of killing his daughter after finding in an allegedly compromising position in her bedroom. To establish this motive, you need to have a presence of the two persons in the room.
This is a question that the High Court repeatedly put to the CBI during the course of appeal over the last year. And in the end over the last month the CBI comes and says they do not have the evidence, so, when it is gone, where is the thing that there is honor killing or sexual misconduct," Mr Sen told NDTV.
Oct 12, IST.
Aarushi Talwar Murder Case: Full Text of Allahabad High Court Verdict
The verdict comes as a big relief for the dentist couple who had appealed in the high court against their conviction and life imprisonment awarded by the CBI court in November The couple had been lodged in Dasna jail since then. The case has seen many ups and downs since the beginning and marred by shoddy probe and inspired a film and a book penned by journalist Avirook Sen. The police then suspected the Talwars of having murdered their daughter after finding her in an objectionable position with Hemraj.
2008 Noida double murder case
Flipboard Aarushi murder case: Supreme Court admits plea against acquittal of Talwars The petition was filed by the wife of Hemraj, the domestic help who was a victim along with Arushi in the twin murder case. The Supreme Court today admitted for hearing an appeal against the acquittal of dentist couple Rajesh and Nupur Talwar in the twin murder case of their daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj. The plea was filed by Khumkala Banjade, the wife of Hemraj. A bench comprising justices Ranjan Gogoi and R Banumathi granted permission to file the special leave petitions and summoned the original case records from the trial court. The dentist couple were acquitted by the Allahabad High Court in the twin murder case in October last year. Later, the CBI also filed an appeal against their acquittal in the case. On February 9, retired special CBI judge Shyam Lal, who convicted Rajesh Talwar and Nupur Tawar in the case in , had also moved the apex against the high court judgement seeking expunction of certain observations.