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Sahara-Birla diaries case: SC rejects plea for probe against PM Modi

Rediff.com Wednesday, 11 January 2017
The case based on "random materials" like loose sheets, papers, e-mail print outs is "merit less" as they are "inadmissible materials" having "no evidentiary value under the law, the court said.
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