Aarushi Talwar murder: Life imprisonment for the parents but no closure in case

A special CBI court has sentenced dentist couple, ... more

Nupur Talwar and Rajesh Talwar arrive at the special CBI court in Ghaziabad on Monday to hear the verdict in the twin murder case of their daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj. The court sentenced the Talwar couple, guilty of filicide, to life imprisonment. PTI
1/5Nupur Talwar and Rajesh Talwar arrive at the special CBI court in Ghaziabad on Monday to hear the verdict in the twin murder case of their daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj. The court sentenced the Talwar couple, guilty of filicide, to life imprisonment. PTI
Rajesh Talwar and wife Nupur are taken to a court in Ghaziabad. The special CBI court on Monday found enough evidence put together by the CBI to hold the two guilty of the gruesome murders in 2008. Reuters
2/5Rajesh Talwar and wife Nupur are taken to a court in Ghaziabad. The special CBI court on Monday found enough evidence put together by the CBI to hold the two guilty of the gruesome murders in 2008. Reuters
Aarushi’s classmates Talwar during a rally in New Delhi on June 20, 2008. The parents were convicted under Sections 302 and 201, while Rajesh Talwar was also convicted on additional charge under Section 203 for filing a false FIR. AFP
3/5Aarushi’s classmates Talwar during a rally in New Delhi on June 20, 2008. The parents were convicted under Sections 302 and 201, while Rajesh Talwar was also convicted on additional charge under Section 203 for filing a false FIR. AFP
On 31 May 2008, the case was transferred from the UP Police to the CBI. In August 2009 the Talwars accused the CBI of changing the course of the investigation and of purportedly releasing leaks that were “damaging” to their reputation. Reuters
4/5On 31 May 2008, the case was transferred from the UP Police to the CBI. In August 2009 the Talwars accused the CBI of changing the course of the investigation and of purportedly releasing leaks that were “damaging” to their reputation. Reuters
Rajesh Talwar holds his head, after being attacked outside the Ghaziabad court on 25 January 2011. Rajesh, 49, and Nupur, 48, have vowed to challenge the verdict in higher courts, including, if need be, in the Supreme Court. AFP
5/5Rajesh Talwar holds his head, after being attacked outside the Ghaziabad court on 25 January 2011. Rajesh, 49, and Nupur, 48, have vowed to challenge the verdict in higher courts, including, if need be, in the Supreme Court. AFP
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