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Govt ponders solutions to CBI director Sinha row
India Today

Govt ponders solutions to CBI director Sinha row

Ranjit Sinha The Centre is keenly following the Supreme Court's examination of allegations of misconduct and impropriety levelled against CBI Director Ranjit Sinha. While the court has not passed any order on the petition that seeks insulation of ... India Today, 1 week ago
CBI director lands in fresh trouble Deccan Herald, 1 week ago
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NDTV

Supreme Court Reserves Order on Cancellation of Coal Blocks

The government has asked the Supreme Court to exempt 40 coal blocks from a possible cancellation New Delhi : The allocation of coal blocks that were declared illegal by the Supreme Court should be cancelled, the government said today, while ...
 NDTV1 week ago Will Supreme Court Cancel All Coal Licenses? Key Hearing Today  NDTV1 week ago Fate of illegal coal blocks by 26th Sep  The Freepress Journal1 week ago India's Supreme Court revises judgment on illegal coal blocks  Infomine1 week ago
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Money Control

Coalgate: No objection to de-allocation, govt tells SC

Government today left it to the Supreme Court to decide the fate of 218 coal blocks allocation held as illegal by it while stating that about 40 blocks are operational and another six are ready to produce 50 million tonnes coal in the current year.
 Money Control1 week ago Centre puts onus on Supreme Court  The Hindu1 week ago Coalgate: Supreme Court declares allocation of 218 coal blocks as 'illegal'  Financial Express3 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

Coalgate scam: SC can cancel 218 allocations if it wants says Govt.

(UNI) The Centre today told the Supreme Court that if the apex court wants it may cancel all 218 coal block allocations made between 1993 and 2010. The three-judge bench is headed by Chief Justice R M Lodha and includes Justices Madan B Lokur and ...
 Indlawnews1 week ago Centre asks Supreme Court to spare 48 producing coal mines  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago Govt urges SC to not cancel 40 coal mines  Business Today India2 weeks ago PM Narendra Modi govt surprises, wants Supreme Court not to cancel 40 UPA-OK'd 'illegal' coal mines  Financial Express2 weeks ago
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Business Standard India

Coalgate: SC refuses to hear plea of power producers seeking re-hearing

The Supreme Court on Friday refused to give any further hearing on the pleas of companies which were allocated coal blocks by the government by a process that the court has deemed illegal. A bench headed by Chief Justice R M Lodha turned down the pleas of ...
 The Financial Chronicle5 days ago Coalgate: SC Refuses to Hear Pleas of Companies  Outlook5 days ago

CBI director gets 10 days to explain his Coalgate role

Coal blocks: Supreme Court reserves its order The Supreme Court on Tuesday reserved its order on the fate of 218 coal block allocations held illegal by it, with the Centre advocating their cancellation while allottees blamed the government for irregularities ...
 Asian Age1 week ago

CBI Director in the dock in coalgate scam case

CBI Director Ranjit Sinha was in fresh trouble today when senior counsel Prashant Bhushan told the Supreme Court that he knew the names of the people Mr Sinha has been meeting. Mr Bhushan has moved an application for keeping Mr Sinha away from the ...
 NetIndia123.com2 weeks ago

We have been guarded and cautious in Coalgate judgment: SC

New Delhi: The Supreme Court today said it delivered a “guarded” and “cautious” verdict in the coal block allocation scam by refraining to discuss the criminality of individuals associated with it as the CBI was probing that ...
 IndiaTV News2 weeks ago 'We have been guarded & cautious in Coalgate judgement'  Economic Times2 weeks ago SC to deliver verdict tomorrow on coalgate scam  Indlawnews3 weeks ago
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Coalgate: SC agrees to appoint three prosecutors to assist SPP

The Supreme Court today accepted the request of special public prosecutor (SPP) R S Cheema seeking assistance of three CBI prosecutors in conducting the trial proceedings in the coal blocks allocation case. A bench of Chief Justice R M Lodha and justices ...
 Sify2 weeks ago Coalgate: Supreme Court agrees to appoint three prosecutors to assist special public prosec  Economic Times2 weeks ago No Gopal: SC appoints RS Cheema as prosecutor in Coalgate  Legally India1 month ago Another turn down by Gopal Subramanium, refuses to be Special Public Prosecutor in CoalgateNew  Bar & Bench1 month ago
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Livemint.com

Gopal Subramanium Declines to Lead Prosecutors in Coalgate Scam

New Delhi: Slighted by the government's rejection of his credentials for a seat on the Supreme Court, eminent lawyer Gopal Subramanium has refused to serve as a special public prosecutor in the so-called Coalgate scam. His name emerged on July 18 as ...
 India-West1 month ago Subramanium is CJI’s choice to try coal cases  Asian Age1 month ago Special court for coalgate  The Statesman1 month ago Supreme Court asks Delhi HC to nominate sessions judge to try coal allocation case  Livemint.com1 month ago
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