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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)

Saturday, February 2, 2013

Court Rejects Nithyananda's Petition: Green signal given to film "Satyananda"

A local court today showed green signal to the release of Kannada film "Sathyananda" which was stayed last year after self-styled godman Nithyananda alleged that the film was defamatory to him. 

 The 15th Additional City Civil judge Master R K N M S Mahaswamiji gave the go-ahead, subject to the condition that the title would be changed and certain portions of the film would be deleted before its release.

 The trial of the defamation suit filed by Nithyananda against the film will commence from March 26.  
Nithyananda has sought for Rs 3.5 crore along with exemplary damages from producer and director Madan Patel. 

 Sources close to Nithyananda indicated he would file an appeal in the High Court challenging the order.


Court Order on 'Sathyananda'

IndiaGlitz [Saturday, February 02, 2013

The controversy leading to 'Sathyananda' Kannada and Telugu film by Madan Patel came up before the city civil court on Friday in Bangalore.

The city civil court has instructed for change in the title and omission of a few scenes in 'Satyananda' film. The order has come up after hearing the complaint filed by Sri Nithyananda Swamy advocates.

The order to change the title 'Sathyananda' and scenes related to Nithyananda Swamy have to be cut off. 

The controversy related to this film in the court battle since 2011. The legal cell of Swami Nithyananda strongly objected to the film screening and filed a defamation case to the tune of Rs.5 crores.

The stay order was also brought for the release of the film till the court verdict. Madan Patel questioned this at High Court of Karnataka.

On the advice of High Court of Karnataka the city civil court viewed the film and passed order suggesting title change and omission of a few scenes that has direct remark on Swami Nithyananda.


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