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Delhi High Court declines to put any restriction on reporting of Rahul Gandhi's tax matter in National Herald case

Rahul's lawyers had urged a bench of Justices S Ravindra Bhat and AK Chawla to order that confidentiality be maintained regarding the contents of the petition and the reporting of the matter should..
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No restrictions on reporting of Rahul's tax matter

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday declined a plea made on behalf of Congress president Rahul Gandhi to put certain restrictions on the media reporting of his petition against reopening of his 2011-12 tax..

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New Delhi, Jan 20 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party leader Subramanian Swamy has filed some documents, including the Income Tax order’s assessment that has fined 413 crore on the Young Indian company..

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No income generated from Young India-National Herald transaction: Sonia Gandhi to Delhi HC

Young Indian (YI), which was incorporated in November 2010 with a capital of Rs 50 lakh, had acquired almost all shareholdings of the AJL, which owns the National Herald newspaper.
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Sonia Gandhi, Oscar Fernandes move HC in National Herald case: Highlights

Congress President Sonia Gandhi and party leader Oscar Fernandes challenging the reopening of their assessments by the Income tax Department regarding the Young Indian-National Herald transactions. ​

National Herald case: No relief for Rahul Gandhi in Delhi HC over reopening of his tax assessment

According to the tax department, Rahul Gandhi's assessment for the years 2011-12 was decided to be reopened as he did not disclose that he was a director in the company -- Young Indian Pvt Ltd (YI) --..

No relief for Rahul Gandhi in National Herald case, says Delhi HC

Rahul Gandhi and his mother Sonia Gandhi are major stakeholders in Young India which has acquired Associated Journals Limited (AJL). National Herald newspaper was published by AJL.  
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National Herald case: No relief for Rahul Gandhi

National Herald Case: Rahul Gandhi asks Delhi HC to restrain media from publishing matter

The Income Tax department informed the High Court that the AICC gave Rs 99 crores to Associate Journal Ltd and added that Rahul willfully chose not to disclose that he held the director's post at the..

Article in Congress mouthpiece National Herald calls Rafale deal 'Modi's Bofors'; BJP leaders dub it 'self goal'

The Congress' National Herald article titled "Rafale: Modi's Bofors" questioned why the Narendra Modi government was refusing to disclose the cost at which the Rafale jets were procured.

After Bofors gaffe, National Herald publishes survey saying BJP will crush Congress in Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections

As per the findings of the survey, if Rahul Gandhi-led Congress and Mayawati-led BSP fail to strike an alliance in Madhya Pradesh, the ruling BJP will easily sail through the polls, expected later this..
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Guilty conscience can't be supressed: Swamy on Cong mouthpiece calling 'Rafale: Modi's Bofors'

After Congress' mouthpiece National Herald, in one of its article published on Sunday, referred Bofors as a scam, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) hit back at the former saying that the guilty..

Congress bites itself? National Herald compares Rafale deal to Bofors

Congress has never admitted to the Bofors scandal but its mouthpiece - National Herald, in a bid to pin BJP down on the Rafale deal, may have scored an own goal.
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Congress a `bailgaadi` as most of their leaders are out on bail, mocks Subramanian Swamy

In the National Herald case, Swamy has accused the Gandhis and others of conspiring to cheat and misappropriate funds by paying only Rs 50 lakh, through which Young Indian Pvt Ltd (YI) obtained the..
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National Herald case: Motilal Vora moves court to restrain Subramanian Swamy from sharing case information on social media

Senior Congress leader Motilal Vora on Saturday approached a Delhi court seeking to restrain BJP leader Subramanian Swamy from sharing information about the National Herald case on social media.

Motilal Vora seeks ban on posting National Herald case-related details on social media

Senior Congress leader and one of the accused in the National Herald case, Motilal Vora, moved an application in a Delhi court on Saturday, to stop senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader..

National Herald case: BJP MP Subramanian Swamy records his statement against Sonia Gandhi, Rahul

Sonia and Rahul Gandhi are among 7 accused in the National Herald case.
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National Herald case: Subramanian Swamy records his statement before Delhi court, hearing posted for 25 August

BJP leader Subramanian Swamy on Saturday recorded his statement before a Delhi court in the National Herald case, filed by him against Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, his mother Sonia Gandhi and other..
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Satyameva Jayate: Complaint filed against John Abraham for allegedly showing Muharram in bad light

Bollywood actor John Abraham has landed in legal trouble, yet again. A complaint has been filed  in Hyderabad against his upcoming film 'Satyameva Jayate' for allegedly hurting the sentiments of the..

On Emergency anniversary, Arun Jaitley compares Indira Gandhi to Adolf Hitler

Union Minister Arun Jaitley on Monday took to social media to slam the Congress party and ex-PM Indira Gandhi on the anniversary of Emergency, imposed in the year 1975.  Recollecting the bygone..

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