The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a plea by former CBI director Ranjit Sinha to recall an order to investigate his role for prima facie scuttling the investigation in coal scam cases.
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The issue of the controversial "payoff" diaries rocked both Houses of the Legislature on Thursday with the principal Opposition BJP and the ruling Congress trading charges against each other.
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* The state Congress on Saturday demanded that the Centre order an enquiry by a Supreme Court judge to probe the veracity of a diary which purportedly provides details of payoffs by state Congress.. Deccan Herald
*The Supreme Court on Thursday allowed Dangwimsai Pul, the first wife of former Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Kalikho Pul, to withdraw her plea for a CBI probe into allegations of corruption made.. Deccan Herald
*BJP leader B S Yeddyurappa on Sunday accused Chief Minister Siddaramaiah of taking Rs 150 crore as kickback for sanctioning the controversial steel flyover in Bengaluru.*
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Taking a cue from the Supreme Court refusing to give credence to diaries found with executives of Sahara and Birla allegedly noting pay-offs to politicians, former CBI chief Ranjit Sinha claimed a.. IndiaTimes
*The Supreme Court today refused to modify its order on former CBI director Ranjit Sinhas plea that SIT probe should not have been ordered against him. A bench headed by Justice M B Lokur said that the.. Deccan Herald
*New Delhi [India], Jan. 17(ANI): The Supreme Court will on Tuesday hear the plea filed by NGO Common Cause, seeking an Special Investigation Team (SIT) probe into the documents allegedly recovered by.. ANI News
The Supreme Court rejected on Wednesday the demand for a probe into bribes allegedly paid to politicians mentioned in the so-called Birla-Sahara diaries, saying it would be dangerous for democracy to.. IndiaTimes
Setting the tone for Congress' campaign in assembly polls in five states, Rahul Gandhi launched a no holds barred attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday, accusing him of instilling fear.. DNA
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. Rediff.com