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.
Tg La7 - Edizione delle ore 13.30 del 20/11/2011
BERLUSCONI DETTA LE CONDIZIONI: NO ALLA PATRIMONIALE, MONTI HA GARANTITO CHE NON SI CANDIDERA'; MONTI PREPARA LE MISURE PER LA CRESCITA DELL' ITALIA DA PRESENTARE AI LEADER EUROPEI; ENAV, SOLDI E FAVORI AI POLITICI TREMONTI: MAI STATO REFERENTE DI GUIDO PUGLIESI E DELL'ENTE; LA SPAGNA VUOLE VOLTARE PAGINA 36 MILIONI DI ELETTORI ALLE URNE PER DECIDERE IL DOPO ZAPATERO; L'UDINESE PROVA A VOLARE IN ALTO JUVENTUS CONTRO IL TABU' PALERMO MENTRE IL MILAN SI ARRABBIA.
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