The government's corporate fraud wing has questioned the role of a now-defunct firm owned by former lobbyist Niira Radia in a Rs. 1,700-crore loan transaction between Tata Realty and Unitech. The money was allegedly used by Unitech to pay for 2G ... Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
Heat on defunct Radia firm over Rs 1700cr TataUnitech loan deal - Hindustan Times, 4 weeks ago
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In the case pertaining to corporate lobbyist Niira Radia’s tapped telephonic conversations with industrialists and others, the CBI has closed its investigations in 10 of the 14 preliminary enquiries (PEs) registered by it for want of substantial evidence.Asian Age, 2 months ago Radia tapes: CBI closes 9 probes due to lack of adequate evidence Hindustan Times, 2 months ago
Former Telecom minister A Raja, an accused in the 2G case, on Monday accepted having met former corporate lobbyist Niira Radia along with then Tata group chairman Ratan Tata at his residence in connection with work of Tata group, but categorically denied ...First Post.com, 2 months ago 2G: Raja accepts meeting Radia at his residence Rediff.com, 2 months ago 2G: A Raja accepts meeting Niira Radia at his residence Economic Times, 2 months ago 2G case: Raja accepts meeting Radia at his residence Business Line, 2 months ago
Former solicitor general Gopal Subramaniam Wednesday took on the CBI for linking him to the 2G scam and the Niira Radia phone tapes in its report to the law ministry, saying the observations were "brazenly false". "I am a victim of stories planted in ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago CBI report on 2G 'brazenly false', says Subramaniam Business Standard, 2 months ago CBI report on 2G 'brazenly false': Subramaniam Sify, 2 months ago
Former telecom minister A Raja accused in the 2G spectrum allocation scam case admitted having met corporate lobbyist Niira Radia along with then Tata Group chairman Ratan Tata in connection with work but categorically denied having any telephonic ...Hindustan Times, 2 months ago
The government feels Subramanium’s proximity to telecom players as revealed by the “Niira Radia tapes” is sufficient to deflate his bid to make his appointment an issue relating to the independence of judiciary.Times of India, 2 months ago
The infamous Niira Radia tapes, leaked almost five years earlier, exposed the unholy nexus of politicians, media professionals and corporate lobbyists that manipulated policy decisions and cabinet postings. Last week, in a similar explosive ...Smart Investor, 1 week ago Another case Sinha should recuse himself from Business Standard India, 1 week ago
NEW DELHI: CBI has started examining the report of the Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) on Tata-Unitech deal and the agency would be soon examining some of the senior officials of the two companies in this regard. The CBI has also ...Economic Times, 2 days ago SBI examining SFIO report on Tata-Unitech deal The Freepress Journal, 2 days ago
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A special Central Bureau of Investigation court on Wednesday fixed November 10 for commencing final arguments in the 2G spectrum allocation scam in which former communications minister A. Raja, DMK MP Kanimozhi and 15 others, including three firms, are facing ...Asian Age, 6 days ago 2G case moves to final stages Deccan Chronicle, 6 days ago 2G: Recording of evidence ends, court to hear final arguments ZeeNews.com, 6 days ago 2G case: Court to hear final arguments from Nov 10 Business Standard India, 6 days ago
A range of names from politics to corporates have cropped up in the purported visitor's diary of CBI Director Ranjit Sinha while several names in the log - like Shiv Baba, Shailesh, Guptaji and Dass - have added to the mystery. The CBI chief has questioned ...Deccan Herald, 1 week ago Tracking Sinha's guests: they visited just as their cases heated up Indian Express, 1 week ago Lobbyist Talwar visited 60 times in 15 months Hindustan Times, 1 week ago CBI chief begins tactical retreat Yahoo! India, 1 week ago
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