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SC to hear Common Causes plea seeking SIT probe into Sahara-Birla papers

*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

PM Modi in the clear as Supreme Court debunks Sahara and Birla bribery charges against Modi saying there is 'no reliable and admissible evidence'

pm modi in the clear as supreme court debunks sahara and birla bribery charges against modi saying there is 'no reliable and admissible evidence'
The SC has rejected a plea for a court-monitored SIT probe into bribery allegations against PM Modi on the lack of evidence from documents seized during raids in Sahara and Birla.
MailOnline India

Supreme Court rejects plea for probe into Sahara, Birla ‘bribe’ charges

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

Sahara-Birla papers | PM's accountability will be decided in people's court: Congress

Congress was unfazed by the Supreme Court's rejection of a plea for a court-monitored SIT probe into bribery allegations against Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
DNA

Sahara-Birla papers: 'Random materials' are 'merit less', says Supreme Court

SC rejected plea for a court-monitored SIT probe into bribery allegations against PM Narendra Modi.
DNA

Sahara-Birla papers: 'SC judgement could leave a cloud of suspicion,' says Prashant Bhushan

Activist-lawyer Prashant Bhushan appeared for the NGO Common Cause in Sahara-Birla papers.
DNA

PM Modi cannot perform padmasana, but made entire country do shirsasan: Congress

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

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

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 Also reported by •Zee News

Sahara-Birla diaries: Prashant Bhushan dubs SC verdict as 'unfortunate'

Prashant Bhushan on Wednesday termed the judgement in a PIL filed by an NGO seeking probe into Sahara-Birla matter as unfortunate
Oneindia

Sahara-Birla papers: Blow to Rahul Gandhi, SC finds no 'conclusive evidence' for probe against Modi

Rahul Gandhi had warned late last year that he would cause an "earthquake" by unveiling proof that Modi was corrupt.
DNA

SC dismisses probe on Sahara, Birla diaries


newKerala.com Also reported by •ANI NewsOneindia

'Documents not credible': SC rejects probe into Sahara-Birla papers


IndiaTimes

SC rejects probe into Sahara-Birla papers, says 'documents not credible'


IndiaTimes

Probe would affect constitutional functionaries: Centre to SC

*If an investigation is ordered on "all and sundry" purported diary entries of Sahara and Birla Groups made by "unscrupulous persons", it would have a "very dangerous" effect on constitutional..
Deccan Herald

SC judgement unfortunate on Sahara-Birla matter: Bhushan

*Activist-lawyer Prashant Bhushan today termed as unfortunate the judgement in a PIL filed by an NGO seeking probe into bribery allegations against the Prime Minister and some other politicians and..
Deccan Herald

SC ruling in Sahara-Birla diaries case unfortunate, says Prashant Bhushan

*Activist-lawyer Prashant Bhushan today termed as unfortunate the judgement in a PIL filed by an NGO seeking probe into bribery allegations against the Prime Minister and some other politicians and..
Deccan Herald


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