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Solar Case: former Kerala CM Ooman Chandy acquitted

Bengaluru, Oct 7 (UNI) Former Kerala Chief Minister Ooman Chandy
got a major relief as he was acquitted from solar scam by a local
court here today for lack of document supporting the allegations.
The senior Congress leader was the fifth acquiesced in a cheating
case filed in March 2015 by a Bengaluru-based businessman M K
Kuruvila who had alleged that Mr Chandy and five others had taken
bribe of Rs 1.35 crore on the promise of helping him set up a
franchise to sell solar panels.
Acquitting Mr Chandy, the Court however said that the charges
against other accused in the case will stay.
The court, had in October 2016, had asked Mr Chandy and the other
five accused to return Rs 1.6 crore to Kuruvila with 12 per cent
interest and court expenses within six months.
However, Mr Chandy moved the court, petitioning to set aside the
order.
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British Board for Film Certification clears Padmavati for Dec 1 release

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