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INX media case: SC allows P Chidambaram to withdraw plea against NBW, remand orders of trial court

IndiaTimes Thursday, 5 September 2019
The Supreme Court on Thursday allowed former union minister P Chidambaram to withdraw his plea against non-bailable warrant and remand orders of the trial court in the INX Media corruption case lodged by the CBI.
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FORMER FINANCE MINISTER AND SR CONG LEADER P CHIDAMBARAM WAS SENT TO JUDICIAL CUSTODY TILL SEP 19 BY THE CBI COURT YESTERDAY IN THE INX MEDIA CASE.HE WAS TAKEN TO JAIL NO.7, WARD NO.2 AND CELL NO. 15 OF DELHI’S TIHAR JAIL,CHANDRAYAAN-2, IS SET TO PERFORM SOFT-LANDING IN THE UNEXPLORED SOUTH POLE...

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