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Delhi HC upholds Sanjeev Chawla bail in match fixing case

The ruling came on a plea by Delhi Police which had sought cancellation of bail granted to bookie Sanjeev Chawla contending that he would try to abscond, and tamper with evidence
The Delhi High Court told Sanjeev Chawla not to leave the city and keep his phone operational at all times.(Amal KS/HT PHOTO)
The Delhi High Court told Sanjeev Chawla not to leave the city and keep his phone operational at all times.(Amal KS/HT PHOTO)
Updated on May 07, 2020 06:25 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByRicha Banka

Rare praise for Delhi Police in UK’s Sanjeev Chawla judgment

After his case went through the Westminster Magistrates Court, the high court of England and Wales and the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, Chawla was finally extradited and escorted to India by a team of the Delhi Police.
Bookie Sanjeev Chawla seen in police custody after he was extradited from London and brought to New Delhi for his involvement in a match-fixing scam.(Amal KS/HT PHOTO.)
Bookie Sanjeev Chawla seen in police custody after he was extradited from London and brought to New Delhi for his involvement in a match-fixing scam.(Amal KS/HT PHOTO.)
Updated on Feb 15, 2020 06:10 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, London | ByPrasun Sonwalkar

‘Bookie’ Sanjeev Chawla throws a googly, high court sends him to Tihar

Sanjeev Chawla pointed to three letters of assurance sent by the government to London that sought his extradition on grounds that he had to face trial for the match-fixing scandal of 2000.
Sanjeev Chawla is seen in police custody after he was extradited from London and brought to New Delhi for his involvement in a match-fixing racket, in New Delhi.(Amal KS/HT PHOTO)
Sanjeev Chawla is seen in police custody after he was extradited from London and brought to New Delhi for his involvement in a match-fixing racket, in New Delhi.(Amal KS/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Feb 14, 2020 10:53 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByRicha Banka

Will request Delhi Police for access to Sanjeev Chawla: BCCI ACU Chief

Chawla, who was extradited from the United Kingdom on Thursday, has been sent to 12-day police custody by a trial court, which he has challenged in the High Court.
New Delhi, India - Feb. 13, 2020: Sanjeev Chawla is seen in police custody after he was extradited from London and brought to New Delhi for his involvement in a match-fixing racket, in New Delhi, India, on Thursday, February 13, 2020. (Photo by Amal KS / Hindustan Times)(Amal KS/HT PHOTO)
New Delhi, India - Feb. 13, 2020: Sanjeev Chawla is seen in police custody after he was extradited from London and brought to New Delhi for his involvement in a match-fixing racket, in New Delhi, India, on Thursday, February 13, 2020. (Photo by Amal KS / Hindustan Times)(Amal KS/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Feb 14, 2020 04:41 PM IST
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‘Need to probe Chawla’s links in India and Dubai’

Chawla, who was extradited from the UK on Thursday, will be interrogated by the Delhi Police for the first time, after a city court remanded him to 12 days’ police custody.
Sanjeev Chawla is seen in police custody after he was extradited from London and brought to New Delhi for his involvement in a match-fixing racket(Amal KS/HT PHOTO)
Sanjeev Chawla is seen in police custody after he was extradited from London and brought to New Delhi for his involvement in a match-fixing racket(Amal KS/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Feb 14, 2020 10:09 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByPrawesh Lama & N Ananthanarayanan

‘Need to probe Sanjeev Chawla’s links in India and Dubai’: Delhi cop who blew lid off fixing

Cricket bookie Sanjeev Chawla , who was extradited from the UK on Thursday, will be interrogated by the Delhi Police for the first time, after a city court remanded him to 12 days’ police custody.
Sanjeev Chawla (wearing a mask) is being taken into police custody after he was brought to New Delhi from London on Thursday.(Amal KS/HT PHOTO)
Sanjeev Chawla (wearing a mask) is being taken into police custody after he was brought to New Delhi from London on Thursday.(Amal KS/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Feb 14, 2020 01:13 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByPrawesh Lama and N Ananthanarayanan

Sanjeev Chawla, match-fixing racket accused, sent to 12 day police custody

Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Sudhir Kumar Sirohi sent Chawla, extradited from the United Kingdom, to 12-day custody after Delhi Police sought his 14-day custodial interrogation.
Sanjeev Chawla (with face mask) , alleged bookie. was presented in a Delhi court after his extradition from the UK on Feb 13, 2020.(ANI / Twitter)
Sanjeev Chawla (with face mask) , alleged bookie. was presented in a Delhi court after his extradition from the UK on Feb 13, 2020.(ANI / Twitter)
Updated on Feb 13, 2020 10:57 PM IST
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New Delhi | ByPress Trust of India

Sanjeev Chawla, accused in the 2000 cricket match-fixing racket, extradited from UK to India

The European Court of Human Rights had last week refused to intervene and earlier Chawla was refused permission to appeal during a hearing on January 16. The relevant order to extradite him within 28 days was passed on January 23.
Alleged bookie Sanjeev Chawla. (ANI photo)
Alleged bookie Sanjeev Chawla. (ANI photo)
Updated on Sep 15, 2020 04:59 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByHT Correspondent

EU court refuses Sanjeev Chawla bid to block extradition

Chawla, who exhausted legal options in the UK, had approached the ECHR seeking the measure before a full hearing of his case. He had mentioned alleged risk to his human rights, if sent to India.
Sanjeev Chawla faces extradition within 28 days of the judgement of the high court of England and Wales that refused him permission to appeal against extradition on January 23.(Reuters file photo for representation)
Sanjeev Chawla faces extradition within 28 days of the judgement of the high court of England and Wales that refused him permission to appeal against extradition on January 23.(Reuters file photo for representation)
Updated on Feb 06, 2020 03:18 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, London | ByPrasun Sonwalkar

Bookie Sanjeev Chawla files appeal in UK against extradition order

Suspected cricket bookie, Sanjeev Chawla, has filed an appeal in the administrative court of the high court against British home secretary Sajid Javid’s February 27 order for his extradition to India to face charges of alleged match-fixing.
Chawla, a key accused in the cricket match-fixing scandal involving former South African captain Hansie Cronje in 2000, has 14 days from the date of the order to file an application to seek leave to appeal against the order. (AFP)
Chawla, a key accused in the cricket match-fixing scandal involving former South African captain Hansie Cronje in 2000, has 14 days from the date of the order to file an application to seek leave to appeal against the order. (AFP)
Published on Mar 14, 2019 11:35 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, London | ByPrasun Sonwalkar

After Chawla and Mallya, Nirav Modi extradition next big case in UK

Nirva Modi’s case is set to begin in the Westminster Magistrates’ Court after British home secretary, Sajid Javid, last week certified India’s extradition request.
In this file photo, Nirav Modi Indian jewellery designer at his office in Lower Parel, in Mumbai .(Aniruddha Chowdhury/Mint file photo)
In this file photo, Nirav Modi Indian jewellery designer at his office in Lower Parel, in Mumbai .(Aniruddha Chowdhury/Mint file photo)
Updated on Mar 11, 2019 12:59 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, London | ByPrasun Sonwalkar

UK minister signs extradition order for alleged bookie Sanjeev Chawla

The UK Home Office confirmed on Saturday that the minister had given the go-ahead for Chawla to be sent to India after Westminster Magistrates’ Court had over-ruled its previous ruling earlier this year to find no bars to his extradition.
Chawla, a key accused in the cricket match-fixing scandal involving former South African captain Hansie Cronje in 2000, has 14 days from the date of the order to file an application to seek leave to appeal against the order.(AFP)
Chawla, a key accused in the cricket match-fixing scandal involving former South African captain Hansie Cronje in 2000, has 14 days from the date of the order to file an application to seek leave to appeal against the order.(AFP)
Updated on Mar 02, 2019 05:35 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, London | ByPrasun Sonwalkar

UK ruling makes cricket bookie Sanjeev Chawla’s extradition more likely

By ruling that suspected cricket bookie Sanjeev Chawla faced “no real risk” to his human rights in the Tihar jail, Britain’s high court has removed the only bar to his extradition to face charges of match-fixing during South Africa’s tour of India in 2000.
The Westminster Magistrates Court, which had earlier blocked Sanjeev Chawla’s extradition on grounds of risk to human rights due to conditions in Tihar, was satisfied that there is a prima facie case for him to answer on basis of evidence gathered by Delhi police.(Getty Images/Picture for representation)
The Westminster Magistrates Court, which had earlier blocked Sanjeev Chawla’s extradition on grounds of risk to human rights due to conditions in Tihar, was satisfied that there is a prima facie case for him to answer on basis of evidence gathered by Delhi police.(Getty Images/Picture for representation)
Published on Nov 22, 2018 11:46 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, London | ByHT Correspondent

Sanjeev Chawla extradition case: India assures UK court on Tihar facilities

Sanjeev Chawla is sought by India for his alleged role in match-fixing during South Africa’s tour of India in 2000.
India has assured that Sanjay Chawla will be granted toilet facilities, safety from intra-prisoner violence and medical treatment in Tihar jail (pictured).(HT/File Photo)
India has assured that Sanjay Chawla will be granted toilet facilities, safety from intra-prisoner violence and medical treatment in Tihar jail (pictured).(HT/File Photo)
Published on Jun 06, 2018 11:42 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, London | ByPrasun Sonwalkar

Chawla extradition: UK high court raps India on MHA assurance

India had submitted the second assurance with more details on September 25, which was considered too late to be taken into consideration.
India had submitted the second assurance with more details on September 25, which was considered too late to be taken into consideration by the high court.(AFP File)
India had submitted the second assurance with more details on September 25, which was considered too late to be taken into consideration by the high court.(AFP File)
Updated on May 06, 2018 09:37 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, London | ByPrasun Sonwalkar, London

Poor jail conditions, violence cited to avoid extradition from UK to India

Poor jail conditions and alleged threat to human rights are among the grounds cited to oppose extradition of businessman Vijay Mallya.
British courts have a duty to ensure that human rights of the person sought to be extradited under the European Convention of Human Rights will not be breached, among other issues.(File photo)
British courts have a duty to ensure that human rights of the person sought to be extradited under the European Convention of Human Rights will not be breached, among other issues.(File photo)
Updated on May 06, 2018 09:55 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, London | ByPrasun Sonwalkar

Suspected bookie Sanjeev Chawla could face real risk in Tihar if extradited, say UK judges

The judges stayed India’s appeal against the October 2017 judgment of the Westminster Magistrates Court, which turned down the extradition request for Chawla so that he could be put on trial for his alleged role in match-fixing during South Africa’s tour of India in 2000.
India’s case has been that the judge in the Westminster Magistrates Court had erred in not taking into consideration the second sovereign assurance submitted by the home ministry regarding conditions at Tihar Jail before arriving at its judgement.(AFP File Photo)
India’s case has been that the judge in the Westminster Magistrates Court had erred in not taking into consideration the second sovereign assurance submitted by the home ministry regarding conditions at Tihar Jail before arriving at its judgement.(AFP File Photo)
Updated on May 05, 2018 01:04 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, London | ByPrasun Sonwalkar
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