Vahanvati's clear stand in court on Tuesday that he has not seen the draft copy of the CBI status report on the coal scam investigation means that there is some design behind his stand? The next stage of the drama will unfold when the CBI will file its version before the apex court on May 6. Sheela Bhatt reports. In the court number 4 of the Supreme Court on Tuesday, Attorney General G E Vahanvati said before a three-judge bench headed by Justice R M Lodha hearing the coal mines allocation ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
TRIVANDRUM - Attorney General G E Vahanavati has set at rest speculations that the investigation in the case related to the killing of two Indian fishermen by Italian marines will be transferred from National Investigation Agency (NIA) to the ...Khaleej Times, 1 month ago
The has alleged that the , Kapil Sibal, has misused power by suggesting an out of the court settlement on the Rs 11,000-crore tax case with Vodafone. The party said soon after taking the additional charge of Law Ministry, the Telecom Minister ...Hindu Business Line, 6 days ago
The coal allocation scam is turning murkier by the day, with players posturing and passing the buck on each other, after the Supreme Court's tough remarks against the CBI as well as the government for "breaching the trust". The coal allocation scam ...DNA India, 2 weeks ago
Some searching questions were put to Law Minister Ashwani Kumar at a party briefing here to discuss how to go about defending him and the government in wake of the raging controversy over CBI status report in the coalgate. The Law Minister is learnt ...Indian Express, 2 weeks ago Attorney General Called Meeting With CBI Chief: Law Minister Outlook India, 2 weeks ago Queried by partymen, Law Minister insists he has done no wrong New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago Queried by partymen, Law Minister Ashwani Kumar insists he has done no wrong India Today, 2 weeks ago
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The draft report of the has created a political storm with the opposition parties terming it as a "Congress" report. Business Line caught up with Veteran Bharatiya Janata Party leader and member of the on spectrum allocations, Yashwant Sinha.Hindu Business Line, 4 weeks ago
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