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Supreme Court Stayed Trial Court proceedings against Nithyananda in the 2010 rape case

Nithyananda Supreme Court rape case trial next date: 5 Dec. 2017

Nithyananda is a NORMAL ADULT and CAPABLE (Not impotent) - says Supreme Court Ordered Medical Tests; report exposes Nithy's fake claims of being 6-years old!

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Trial court hears arguments on charge & discharge arguments for all accused. Next hearing in Trial Court on 21-08-17

Supreme Court directs Trial Court to continue with trial proceedings (arguments on charge) in Interim Order dated 7-11-2016.

Supreme Court DISMISSED ALL PETITIONS by Nithyananda and his Secretaries to Quash Charge Sheet (3rd Sep 2014)


High Court DISMISSED ALL PETITIONS by Nithyananda and his Secretaries to Quash Charge Sheet (16th Jul 2014)

NITHYANANDA FOUNDATION GUILTY OF FRAUD - US COURT ORDERED RETURN OF DONATIONS 2012

17 Retaliatory/false Complaints filed so far against whistleblower Dharmananda (lenin) by Nithyananda Cult Members!!!!

14 Retaliatory/false Complaints filed so far against victim Aarthi Rao by Nithyananda & his Cult Members!!!! (All of them after charge sheet against Nithyananda)

3 cases filed in the US against Accused 1 Nithyananda (Mr. Rajasekar), Nithyananda Foundation, Life Bliss Foundation,

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 SLEAZE CD GENUINE : CID & FSL REPORT

Renowned Forensic Expert Padma Bhushan Prof. Dr. P. Chandra Sekharan states "video not morphed"

Nithyananda dismissed from Madurai Adheenam (on 19th Oct 2012), Nithyananda is banned from entering Madurai Adheenam mutt


Tuesday, December 18, 2012

SUN TV Saxena's Police Complaint: NO TALK of Nithyananda CD Morphing



Talk of a comeback. Just over a year after his arrest on charges of cheating, Hansraj Saxena has managed to strike out on his own in Kollywood. Out on bail after 72 days in jail, he launched a film production and distribution company named Sax Pictures, which made its debut with a moderately successful multi-lingual feature, 'Chaarulatha'. Sax Pictures is now busy putting final touches on a second project, a Tamil-Telugu bilingual named 'Shivani'.

His resurgence is evident from the fact that there is talk of a movie starring Rajinikanth. The project has the industry waiting in anticipation as it could mark the coming together of the Superstar and the marketing talent of Sax, as he is popularly known.

All this was inconceivable a year ago when Saxena was arrested at Chennai airport soon after he arrived on a flight from Hyderabad. "My success made me a bad boy. When we took over the reins of 'Enthiran' from its original producers Ayngaran International, nobody expected it to become such a huge hit. But I convinced Kalanithi Maran (Sun TV Network chairman, who also owns Sun Pictures) that we could make it work. After the movie made a lot of money, my former colleagues became jealous of my success. And they got false cases foisted on me."And this resulted, he claims, in his fall from grace.

"Kalanithi dissociated himself from me..." From being the CEO of the most influential film production house in south India, he ended up a jailbird. "I am not a terrorist. What was the reason to pick me up at the airport? I guess after a complaint was filed, some cops got excited and thought they could use me to get a handle on Kalanithi Maran. And they were very disappointed when I had nothing sensational to disclose about the Sun group. I don't blame the government or the cops for my arrest because I know for a fact that my former colleagues in Sun TV misled them," he says.

During his tenure, Sun Pictures was accused of arm-twisting producers using political and financial muscle, but Sax insists the deals he entered into were above board. He says, "I was doing genuine business. Even if someone had accused me of cheating, it would just have been a civil case, there was no reason to arrest me; we could have sat across the table and resolved any problem."

Sun TV chose to steer clear of Saxena after cheating cases were filed against him, preferring to settle directly with those who he had done business with on their behalf. However, Saxena claims it was his erstwhile colleagues who misrepresented his role before the Sun management. If his dealings were not above board, why would people who complained against him come back to work with him after his release, asks Sax, quoting the example of producer-director Sakthi Chidambaram. The latter says, "I had filed a case against Sax and R Ayyappan (film distributor, who owns Sri Devar Pictures) as some money was due to me from Sun Pictures after I distributed 'Enthiran' in Chengalpattu.

As I did not receive the money even after a year, I filed a complaint with the police. Later, I realized they were not to blame, and I withdrew the complaint." Today, though most cases have been withdrawn, the ordeal he faced in jail still rankles Sax. Also, there is still the unresolved issue of transactions dating back to that period. But Saxenapresents himself as blameless and chooses to put the onus entirely on his ex-employer. Despite repeated attempts, no official from Sun was available for comment.

Distributor demands payments

A close aide of Hansraj Saxena, film distributor R Ayyappan, on Monday filed a police complaint against Sun Group chief Kalanithi Maran and three others on charges of cheating and criminal intimidation. Saxena was with Ayyappan when he submitted the complaint to Chennai police commissioner S George. In his complaint, Ayyappan said he had been in film production and distribution rights for 20 years. He said he had secured the distribution rights for 17 films produced by Sun Pictures, and distributed them for screening, with an oral agreement of two per cent as commission per film. He said the Sun had earned nearly Rs 400 crore through screening of the films across the state but failed to pay the agreed amount to him and other distributors, which works out to Rs 24 crore. Ayyappan said he was forced to pay Rs 4.36 crore from his pocket to some distributors.


 http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/chennai/The-Second-coming-of-sax/articleshow/17658131.cms

1 comment:

  1. NITHYANANDA!! WILL YOU STOP LYING
    Please Nithya, I beg for some humility. For once behave like a Swami. Where will all this take you. You will be answerable for your sins. Stop this false propaganda and half truths. Saxena never spoke about morphing.He merely said that he was out of the country at the time of the expose and others like the news editor and M.D of SUN TV are answerable.
    Now Nithya, you need to answer why you filed a complaint against Saxena when he was out of the country at that time. Shame on you Nithya!! you have falsely implicated Saxena, Sun TV,Nakeeran, Lenin and others and built up a conspiracy.
    I understand Nithya, that you need to keep your flock together and continue with you business of cheating and defrauding people posing as a spritual person. There are better ways of doing this. Tell the truth as you confided to some close devotees at the time of the expose and ask for forgiveness. Face trial and come clean and start your defrauding business. There are always fools available in this world.

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