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history-sheeter

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  • Here it is the human race that is the undertrial, and it is a defendant with a rotten record: a history-sheeter, a bad egg.

    The Satanic Verses

  • Jaipur, Feb. 11: Sanjay Dixit, the IAS officer who famously defeated IPL czar Lalit Modi and ousted him from the Rajasthan Cricket Association, is facing the heat with the CBI today conducting raids on his home and offices for attesting the passport application of a known history-sheeter.

    The Telegraph - Calcutta (Kolkata) - Frontpage

  • Kaki, officials said, is a history-sheeter and is involved in various offences.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • Chavan's affidavit also states that Pandey is a history-sheeter.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • Mumbai: Fourteen years after his arrest and incarceration as an undertrial, the state government is hell bent on keeping Ramchandra Pandey, 51, behind bars stating that he is a "history-sheeter".

    Daily News & Analysis

  • GUNTUR: Barely a day after a farmer died under suspicious circumstances at Bapatla rural police station, a history-sheeter kept in custody at Sattenapalli police station created a flutter when he allegedly smashed a tube light in his hands causing bleeding injuries.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • Preliminary investigations have revealed that Qureshi is a history-sheeter with his first criminal case dating back to the 1973.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • HYDERABAD: The police on Sunday launched a hunt to nab a history-sheeter on the charge of sodomy.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • According to the officer, Lokesh is an associate of notorious history-sheeter JCB Narayana, who was recently arrested.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • One of the injured, Vishal Agarwal, is a DJ and the attackers were apparently looking for a friend of his, who is a history-sheeter.

    The Times of India

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  • In India, a person with a criminal record.

    February 26, 2008