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Former Bengal governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi calls CBI ‘department of dirty tricks’, RIL a parallel state
Times of India

CBI is govt's dirty tricks dept, says former Bengal Governor G...

Chairman Governing Body, IIAS, Gopalkrishna Gandhi and CBI Director Ranjit Sinha in New Delhi on Tuesday. Prem Nath pandey Summary The Tamil Nadu cadre IAS officer said the CBI will play a big role in future of India's public. Calling the ... Indian Express, 1 day ago

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CBI to quiz PC Parakh in coal scam

PC Parakh The CBI is miffed with former coal secretary PC Parakh for casting aspersions on it and its director Ranjit Sinha in his book 'Crusader or Conspirator?' Sources in the CBI told dna, quoting Sinha, that Parakh will be soon called in for ...
 DNA India7 hours ago PC Parakh has put cart before horse: CBI Director Ranjit Sinha  Economic Times1 day ago Coalgate: CBI to Quiz Parakh  New Indian Express6 hours ago CBI likely to interrogate Parakh next week  Times of India9 hours ago
Business Standard India

Media baron Darda named in CBI chargesheet on Coalgate scam

a Sabha MP and media baron Vijay Darda, his son Devendra and AMR Iron and Steel director Manoj Jayaswal were on Thursday named as accused in the second chargesheet filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in the coal scam for fraudulently ...
 India Today2 weeks ago CBI questions Hindalco officials, Parakh next, Birla unlikely yet  Business Standard India21 hours ago CBI questions Hindalco officials  Smart Investor7 hours ago Hearing begins in Satyam scam case  Times of India1 week ago

CBI sets up special unit to probe sports fraud

Director Ranjit Sinha said CBI will be engaging with the sports ministry so that a law to deal with corruption in sports is put in place at the earliest. Photo: Hindustan Times New Delhi: To check fixing in sports, the Central Bureau of ...
 Livemint.com1 day ago Special CBI unit to probe sports-related crimes  Assam Tribune1 day ago CBI sets up unit to probe sports fraud  Millennium Post1 day ago CBI sets up Sport Integrity Unit  The Hindu1 day ago

CBI director upset with Parakh over coalgate muckraking

Javed Mustafa Ansari New Delhi,April 16, 2014| UPDATED18:55 IST CBI director Ranjit Sinha has taken umbrage at the observations made by former coal secretary PC Parakh against the investigation agency as well as himself. "The accusations ...
 India Today20 hours ago Why CBI director Ranjit Sinha may be the ultimate politician  Economic Times1 month ago Sunday ET | CBI's Sinha - the ultimate politician?  Economic Times1 month ago

CBI director calls Parakh’s criticism 'overreaction'

CBI director Ranjit Sinha on Tuesday said he doesn’t want to be drawn into any debate with the former coal secretary as “they have done their duty” and that Parakh was “overreacting”.
 Times of India1 day ago CBI Director Refuses to Get Involved in Debate With Parakh  Outlook1 day ago CBI chief Ranjit Sinha refuses to be drawn into debate with PC Parakh  Economic Times1 day ago CBI chief refuses to be drawn into debate with Parakh  Press Trust of India1 day ago

Lolienkar's bail application rejected

From: 09/04/2014 PANAJI: The CBI court, Mapusa on Tuesday rejected the bail application of former director of mines Arvind Lolienkar who was arrested by the Special Investigating Team (SIT) in illegal mining case. According to ...
 Navhind Times1 week ago Lolienkar moves court seeking bail  Navhind Times1 day ago UIDAI approaches SC over sharing data with CBI  Deccan Herald1 month ago
IndiaTV News

Swamy seeks CBI probe into Vadra's 6 new firms

er Subramanian Swamy on Monday urged President Pranab Mukherjee to direct the CVC and CBI for an immediate probe into the six new companies floated by Congress president Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra. In a letter to Mukherjee, Swamy ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 days ago Subramanian Swamy writes to President, demands CBI probe in Vadra land deal  IndiaTV News2 days ago Swamy hands over records on Vadra link in land deal  The Hindu2 days ago Lok Sabha polls 2014: Subramanian Swamy targets Priyanka Gandhi  Economic Times3 hours ago
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SG counters CBI Chief over dropping of cases against Lalu

In a snub to CBI Director Ranjit Sinha, the Solicitor General has opined that it was for the courts and not prosecutors to decide on dropping cases against RJD supremo Lalu Prasad. In an opinion sent to CBI, Solicitor General Mohan Parasaran said dropping of ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Delhi confidential: Telltale  Indian Express3 days ago SG Counters Sinha Over Dropping of Cases Against Lalu  Outlook1 month ago S-G: Let court decide on dropping Lalu cases  Asian Age1 month ago
Times of India

In crisis, police tend to break rule of law: CBI director Ranjit Sinha

CBI chief Ranjit Sinha gave categorical response to alleged excesses committed by police force, saying it is a part of criminal justice system and to expect a different type of behaviour from police is asking for too much.
 Times of India2 months ago Parakh should not preach CBI about law Ranjit Sinha  Hindustan Times2 days ago
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