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Man attacks Subrata Roy in Supreme Court

Tue Mar 04 2014, 16:35 hrs
In a virtual crackdown, the Supreme Court sent Sahara group chief Subrata Roy and two of his group directors to Tihar jail for a week for not complying with its order on refunding around Rs 20,000 crore of investors money, charging them with adopting "dilatory tactics". PTI Photo
In a virtual crackdown, the Supreme Court sent Sahara group chief Subrata Roy and two of his group directors to Tihar jail for a week for not complying with its order on refunding around Rs 20,000 crore of investors money, charging them with adopting "dilatory tactics". PTI Photo
Chairman of Sahara India Pariwar Subrata Roy speaks to the media as he arrives at the Supreme Court for a hearing in New Delhi. A lawyer threw ink at the top Indian businessman as he arrived at India's highest court Tuesday to face charges that his company failed to return billions of dollars to investors. Roy's Sahara conglomerate is well known throughout India because it co-owns a Formula One team and sponsored the Indian cricket team until recently. (AP)
Chairman of Sahara India Pariwar Subrata Roy speaks to the media as he arrives at the Supreme Court for a hearing in New Delhi. A lawyer threw ink at the top Indian businessman as he arrived at India's highest court Tuesday to face charges that his company failed to return billions of dollars to investors. Roy's Sahara conglomerate is well known throughout India because it co-owns a Formula One team and sponsored the Indian cricket team until recently. (AP)
Chairman of Sahara India Pariwar Subrata Roy, his face smeared with ink thrown by a lawyer, walks into the Supreme Court in New Delhi. A lawyer threw ink at the top Indian businessman as he arrived at India's highest court Tuesday to face charges that his company failed to return billions of dollars to investors. Roy's Sahara conglomerate is well known throughout India because it co-owns a Formula One team and sponsored the Indian cricket team until recently. (AP)
Chairman of Sahara India Pariwar Subrata Roy, his face smeared with ink thrown by a lawyer, walks into the Supreme Court in New Delhi. A lawyer threw ink at the top Indian businessman as he arrived at India's highest court Tuesday to face charges that his company failed to return billions of dollars to investors. Roy's Sahara conglomerate is well known throughout India because it co-owns a Formula One team and sponsored the Indian cricket team until recently. (AP)
Chairman of Sahara India Pariwar Subrata Roy, with face smeared with ink thrown by a lawyer, walks to appear before the Supreme Court in New Delhi on Tuesday after a weekend in the UP police custody. (PTI)
Chairman of Sahara India Pariwar Subrata Roy, with face smeared with ink thrown by a lawyer, walks to appear before the Supreme Court in New Delhi on Tuesday after a weekend in the UP police custody. (PTI)
Calling him 'chor', a man from Gwalior today threw ink on the face of Sahara Group chief Subrata Roy when he was brought to the Supreme Court amidst chaotic scenes.  FE Photo: Ravi Kanojia.
Calling him 'chor', a man from Gwalior today threw ink on the face of Sahara Group chief Subrata Roy when he was brought to the Supreme Court amidst chaotic scenes. FE Photo: Ravi Kanojia.
An Indian lawyer is surrounded by the media after he threw ink on Chairman of Sahara India Pariwar Subrata Roy outside the Supreme Court . The lawyer threw ink as the top Indian businessman arrived at India's highest court Tuesday to face charges that his company failed to return billions of dollars to investors. Roy's Sahara conglomerate is well known throughout India because it co-owns a Formula One team and sponsored the Indian cricket team until recently. (AP)
An Indian lawyer is surrounded by the media after he threw ink on Chairman of Sahara India Pariwar Subrata Roy outside the Supreme Court . The lawyer threw ink as the top Indian businessman arrived at India's highest court Tuesday to face charges that his company failed to return billions of dollars to investors. Roy's Sahara conglomerate is well known throughout India because it co-owns a Formula One team and sponsored the Indian cricket team until recently. (AP)
An Indian lawyer removes his shirt after throwing ink on Chairman of Sahara India Pariwar Subrata Roy outside Supreme Court. The lawyer threw ink as the top Indian businessman arrived at India's highest court Tuesday to face charges that his company failed to return billions of dollars to investors. Roy's Sahara conglomerate is well known throughout India because it co-owns a Formula One team and sponsored the Indian cricket team until recently. Tattoo on his chest reads: 'Free Indian'. (AP)
An Indian lawyer removes his shirt after throwing ink on Chairman of Sahara India Pariwar Subrata Roy outside Supreme Court. The lawyer threw ink as the top Indian businessman arrived at India's highest court Tuesday to face charges that his company failed to return billions of dollars to investors. Roy's Sahara conglomerate is well known throughout India because it co-owns a Formula One team and sponsored the Indian cricket team until recently. Tattoo on his chest reads: 'Free Indian'. (AP)
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