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Child Protection Cell To Take Against Nithyananda Gurukul at High Court


3 cases filed in the US against Accused 1 Nithyananda (Mr. Rajasekar), Nithyananda Foundation,

Accused 2 Mr. Gopal Reddy Sheelum (Sri Nithya Bhaktananda), Accused 3 Mr. Siva Vallabhaneni (Sri Nithya Sachitananda)
and Ma Nithya Sadananda (Mrs. Jamuna Rani)

4 cases filed in India against Nithyananda Dhyanapeetam for fraud:
Donors of Hyderabad Ashram, Rajapalayam Ashram ,trichy ashram and Seeragapadi Ashram (near Salem) demand that
fraudulently obtained donations be returned

Nithyananda case: High court dismisses plea challenging charge sheet (Click here to watch video)


Nithyananda's sleaze CD is GENUINE: CID (Click here to read entire article)

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Telecast of Nithyananda video violates culture?


Bangalore, Mar 11: After a PIL was filed in the High Court seeking direction to stop the repeated telecast of Swami Nithyanada's sex scandal video clips on the electronic media, Karnataka chief minister BS Yeddyurappa and state Home Minister VS Acharya have both opined that the repeated telecast was in fact in bad taste.

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The scandalous video which surfaced on Mar 2 shows Swami Nithyananda in a compromising position with Tamil actress Ranjitha. The sex scandal first came to light as the media aired the footage. The footage continues to be played in the media as the controversy refuses to die down.

"It (repeated telecast of the footage) does not adhere to our culture," the chief minister is quoted as saying in a Times of India report.

On the investigations into the scandal, BSY said that Tamil Nadu is yet to submit a report on the case. Acharya said that he has directed DC and SP of Ramanagaram to probe the case.
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"I have heard that Tamil Nadu officials have said that the act has happened in Karnataka. The swami is absconding, unless the land belongs to the government, we can’t seize it. If there is any complaint, we will take action," the chief minister quoted as saying in the report published on Thursday, Mar 11

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