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2G case: Shahid Balwa takes shield of former SG Vahanvati

Shahid Balwa, facing trial along with former Telecom Minister A Raja and 15 others in the 2G spectrum allocation scam case, today told a special court that then Solicitor General (SG) G E Vahanvati had said that the firm was eligible for the licenses. While ... Business Standard, 2 months ago
DNA India

'Pillai knew of Ishrat affidavit changes'

New Delhi: The one-man enquiry committee which probed the missing papers in file relating to the Ishrat Jahan case affidavits has claimed former home secretary G K Pillai was in know of the changes made in the second affidavit to be filed before the ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Ishrat Jahan encounter case: GK Pillai knew of changes in affidavit, says inquiry panel  ZeeNews.com3 weeks ago ISHRAT - GK Pillai knew of changes in Ishrat affidavit: inquiry panel  Namibia Press Agency3 weeks ago Pillai only officer who knew of changes: Inquiry  Economic Times4 weeks ago
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BK Prasad Panel report concludes that Ishrat Jahan documents were missing since 2009

The report which was submitted to the Home Ministry on June 15, has made scathing conclusion, that the file was removed or misplaced by someone who dealt with the file but failed to name any one person. (File photo) Ishrat Jahan Briefcase ...
 India Today3 weeks ago Probe on Ishrat missing file nears completion, report soon  Millennium Post1 month ago Probe report soon on Ishrat Jahan missing file  Press Trust of India1 month ago Probe report on Ishrat Jahan missing file soon  The Echo Of India1 month ago
NDTV

Ishrat Jahan case: Govt report doesn't blame Chidambaram

A three-month search has failed to exhume crucial documents that were supposed to lay bare how the previous Congress-led government changed its stand on whether Ishrat Jehan, a 19-year-old college student killed in Gujarat, was a terrorist. Five ...
 MSN News US3 weeks ago Ishrat Jahan Case: New Government Report Does Not Blame P Chidambaram  NDTV3 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Plot thickens, investigation points to 'removal, misplacement' of Ishrat files

NEWDELHI: The mystery over the Ishrat Jahan files missing from the Ministry of Home Affairs further deepened on Wednesday after one-man inquiry panel concluded in its report that crucial papers were removed knowingly or unknowingly or misplaced in ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago Missing files in Ishrat case: senior IAS officers depose  Press Trust of India1 month ago Officer probing Ishrat Jahan missing files gets two months extension  Economic Times1 month ago Officer Probing Ishrat Missing Files Gets Two Months Extension  Outlook India1 month ago
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Rediff.com

RTI applicant seeking Ishrat probe panel details asked to prove he is an Indian

The home ministry has asked a Right to Information applicant to prove he is an Indian before disclosing details about the one-member panel looking into the missing files related to the alleged fake encounter case of Ishrat Jahan. Senior Indian Administrative Services officer B K Prasad, additional secretary in the home ministry, heads the inquiry panel. The RTI application was filed with the ministry seeking copies of reports submitted by the panel besides file notings related to extension in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Prove you are Indian: MHA tells RTI applicant before disclosing Ishrat Jahan probe details  DNA India1 month ago Prove you are Indian, says MHA after RTI query on Ishrat case  The Hindu1 month ago Ishrat case: RTI plea comes up against wall  News Today1 month ago
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Indian Express

Prove you are Indian: Ministry of Home Affairs to RTI applicant on Ishrat case

Senior IAS officer B K Prasad, Additional Secretary in the Home Ministry, heads the inquiry panel. The RTI application was filed with the Ministry seeking copies of reports submitted by the panel besides file related to extension in service given to ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago Ishrat Jehan encounter RTI: Home Ministry asks applicant to prove Indian citizenship  Indian Express1 month ago UPA govt, LeT worked in tandem in Ishrat Jahan case: MoS Kiren Rijiju  ZeeNews.com1 month ago

THE 2-MINUTE READ: MOS HRD KATHERIA CALLS RAHUL GANDHI PAPPU

█ MOS HRD KATHERIA CALLS RAHUL GANDHI 'PAPPU' KOTA In an apparent dig at Rahul Gandhi, Union minister Ram Shankar Katheria has said that 'Pappu' has failed to recognise the "excellent" work done by the Centre. "The Modi government is doing ...
 Pune Mirror1 month ago

Letter missing from Ishrat files recovered

NEW DELHI: The one-man inquiry panel set up to trace missing files related to the alleged fake encounter of Ishrat Jahan has found one key document from the missing files. B K Prasad, additional secretary in the home ministry, found the copy of a ...
 Times of India1 month ago Ishrat inquiry panel finds key document  The Freepress Journal1 month ago Ishrat inquiry panel recovers one key document  Press Trust of India1 month ago PTI - ISHRAT - Ishrat inquiry panel recovers one key document  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago

How home ministry got the law wrong by calling Indira Jaising a government servant

The draconian Foreign Contribution Regulation Act, 2010 (FCRA) is once again in the news. The NGO Lawyers' Collective's (LC) license under the FCRA has been suspended for a period of six months for three apparent reasons discrepancies in the ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago
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