In what may be seen as a temporary relief for Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, the honourable Supreme Court today reserved its judgment over the infamous black buck poaching case of 1998 in which the actor and some of his co-stars like Saif Ali Khan, Tabu, Sonali Bendre and Neelam were accused.
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NAPOLITANO: "INDIVIDUATI I PASSI PER USCIRE DALLA CRISI". MANOVRA DA OGGI AL SENATO. SPREAD A QUOTA 500 PUNTI; LAVORO, E' SCONTRO SULL'ARTICOLO 18. LA CGIL DICE NO AL MINISTRO FORNERO. CONFINDUSTRIA REPLICA: "NIENTE TABU'"; PROCESSO MILLS: BERLUSCONI ALL'UDIENZA IN CUI L'AVVOCATO INGLESE RISPONDE COME TESTIMONE IN VIDEOCONFERENZA DA LONDRA; COREA DEL NORD. E' MORTO IL DITTATORE KIM JONG-IL. SPARATO UN MISSILE A CORTO RAGGIO. STATO DI MASSIMA ALLERTA A SEUL; CALCIOSCOMMESSE: 17 ARRESTI. IN MANETTE DONI E SARTOR. INDAGINI IN CORSO ANCHE SU TRE PARTITE DI SERIE A DELLO SCORSO ANNO.
The infamous case of poaching a black buck in the year 1998 where several hi-profile Bollywood stars, including Salman Khan was involved, has once again come into the spotlight. In a recent hearing, actresses, Tabu, Sonali Bendre and Neelam appeared at a Jodhpur court. A witness in the case named
Loving wife and Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty threw a lavish party to celebrate husband Raj Kundra’s birthday and it saw many well known faces from Bollywood attending the bash. Shilpa Shetty parents Sunanda Shetty and Surendra Shetty were first to arrive for the party. Tabu who will be