The chilling rape and murder of a 30-year-old law student in Kerala has sent shockwaves through the entire country. Here’s a look at a few other cases in which brutal inhumanity came to the fore
Mumbai Sessions court on Friday, declared a death sentence for the convict Chandrabhan Sudam Sanap (29), for raping and murdering a Hyderabad techie Esther Anuhya on January 5, 2014 at Kanjurmarg.
The Mumbai Sessions court sentenced Chandraban Sanap (29) to death for raping and murdering a Hyderabad techie, Esther Anuhya, on January 5, 2014 at Kanjurmarg
Special Public Prosecutor Raja Thakre sought the death penalty for techie Esther Anuhya rapist and murderer Chandrabhan Sanap; the quantum of punishment will be announced on Friday
After Esther Anuhya’s charred body was recovered on January 16, 2014, five Crime Branch units began investigating the case along with the Kurla GRP
Special Women’s court convicted Chandrabhan Sanap for the rape and murder of Esther Anuhya; Quantum of sentence to be pronounced today
After Chandrabhan Sanap was convicted by a Mumbai Sessions court for raping and murdering Esther Anuhya on January 5, 2014, Esther’s father Singavarapa Jonathan Surendra Prasad (60) says that he is happy that the culprit has been convicted but he cannot get over his loss
Chandrabhan Sanap’s mother Jijabai says that her son was at Nashik when Esther Anuhya's murder took place in Mumbai; claims he was falsely implicated
The Mumbai Sessions court today convicted key accused Chandraban Sudam Sanap for raping and murdering Hyderabad techie in 2014. Quantum of sentence to be pronounced tomorrow
The sessions court here today completed the recording of evidence in the case related to rape and murder of a woman software engineer from Andhra Pradesh in the city last year.
Murdered techie Esther Anuhya’s father, S J Prasad, broke down in court yesterday, when speaking about the time he was called to identify the body
A prime witness in Esther Anuhya rape and murder case who saw the accused before the crime at Lokmanya Tilak Terminus, deposes in the Sessions court in Mumbai
Unit VIII of Mumbai Crime Branch has filed a chargesheet against the lone accused in the murder case of software engineer Esther Anuhya
Police today filed a chargesheet against the lone accused in the murder and suspected rape of Esther Anuhya, a woman software engineer from Andhra Pradesh, who was found killed here in early January.
The Mumbai crime branch names the mother and childhood friend of Chandrabhan Sanap as prime witnesses of the Hyderabad techie's murder in the charge sheet, which will be filed on May 25
Mumbai cops may have a bit of trouble proving the charges they have levelled against Chandrabhan Sanap, who allegedly murdered Hyderabad techie Esther Anuhya
Police personnel rummaged through bushes and searched two dry river beds located on the 18-km stretch between Shahad and Khadavli stations, but to no avail
Police were seen disciplining wayward taxi drivers and organising passengers into queues at the eastern entrance to Dadar station last morning; drive started in the wake of murder of Esther Anuhya, who went missing from LTT
Mumbai Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria says text messaging will help the police trace the offending vehicle. Also promises to bar taxi and auto drivers from six railway stations
Chandrabhan Sanap's mother Jeejabai gives a chilling account of the events that followed the morning of January 5, when her son allegedly murdered techie Esther Anuhya