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INX Media case: Court sends P Chidambaram to CBI custody for 5 days

DNA Thursday, 22 August 2019
Probe agency tells court it needs to question him till August 26
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A special CBI court on Thursday sent former Union Minister P. Chidambaram, who was arrested on Wednesday evening in the INX Media case, to CBI's custody till August 26. Special Judge Ajay Kumar Kuhar announced the order after reserving it for some time following the hearing where Solicitor General...

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