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Delhi High Court dismisses CBI special director Rakesh Asthana’s plea seeking quashing of FIR against him

Zee News Friday, 11 January 2019
CBI special director Rakesh Asthana had sought quashing of FIR filed against him.
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News video: Sacked CBI chief Alok Verma resigns, refuses transfer as fire service chief

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Alok Verma, the first CBI director to be removed by a PM-led panel, refused to take up his next assignment and resigned from service on Friday. Verma, who was not allowed to represent before the three-member committee, said “natural justice was scuttled and the entire process was turned upside down...

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