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Coalgate probe flame reaches to ex-PM Manmohan Singh

Coalgate: Court asks why Manmohan wasn't examined?

PTI New Delhi: A court in Delhi today asked the country's premier investigating agency why it had not questioned former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh about the controversial and allegedly illegal allocation in 2005 of a coal block to a firm owned ... News Today, 2 days ago

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Why Congress rushed to pick Ranjit Sinha for CBI top job? BJP says

NEW DELHI: The BJP on Thursday reacted to Supreme Court's rebuke to CBI chief Ranjit Sinha by saying that Congress owed an explanation as to why it picked him to head the premier investigating agency despite then leaders of opposition in both ...
 Times of India1 week ago This is an Indictment of an Officer, Not an Organisation: Former CBI Chief  Outlook India1 week ago No smoke without fire: Former CBI chiefs about SC remarks on Ranjit Sinha  ZeeNews.com1 week ago It's A Bad Dream, Say Ex-CBI Chiefs  The Freepress Journal6 days ago
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SC orders CBI chief to recuse himself

Agencies, New Delhi The Supreme Court today directed CBI director Ranjit Sinha to recuse himself from the probe in the 2G case. A bench headed by Chief Justice H L Dattu said the seniormost CBI officer in the investigation shall head the ...
 Central Chronicle6 days ago 2G scam: Supreme Court orders CBI chief Ranjit Sinha off probe for bid to scuttle it  Times of India1 week ago 2G scam case probe: SC orders CBI chief to recuse himself  NetIndia123.com1 week ago SC notice to Centre on plea seeking CBI director's recusal from coal case, Qureshi tax probe  Hindu Business Line2 months ago
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CBI chief: Special public prosecutor acted on his own in case against Birla

NEW DELHI: CBI director Ranjit Sinha on Thursday said special public prosecutor R S Cheema, appointed by the Supreme Court in coal scam cases, acted on his own when he asked the court to charge-sheet industrialist Kumar Mangalam Birla and former ...
 Times of India1 week ago Coalgate: Special Court to consider closure report involving K M Birla on 25th November  Jagran Post2 weeks ago Visitors' Book: 2G Prosecutor Files Report  New Indian Express1 month ago Coalgate: SC-appointed prosecutor differs from CBI stand  Jagran Post1 month ago

Coalgate: CBI Told To Investigate Navbharat Power

A special court on Wednesday directed the CBI to further investigate a coal blocks allocation case involving Navbharat Power Pvt Ltd (NPPL) and its officials in which the agency has filed two final ...
 Businessworld India2 weeks ago Coalgate u-turn: CBI says have proof against Birla, Parakh  Money Control2 weeks ago Coalgate: CBI have evidence against Birla, Parakh  Economic Times2 weeks ago CBI finds Coalgate proof on Kumar Mangalam Birla, P C Parakh  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago

Govt to bring Ordinance on cancelled coal blocks

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu TOPICS Days after the Supreme Court cancelled allocation of 214 coal blocks, the government on Monday moved to bring an Ordinance that will enable it to acquire the land of these mines along ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Government Planning Ordinance to Cover Coalgate Ruling  India-West1 month ago Working on a clean state  Deccan Chronicle2 months ago Coalgate case : Apex court cancels allocation of 214 coal blocks  Indlawnews2 months ago

Equity Research Report By Ways2Capital 01 Oct 2014

✍ Coalgate verdict: Metal companies stand to lose investment; Jindal Steel to be among worst affected: The Supreme Court's order cancelling coal block allocation has served a knockout punch to metal manufacturers who P { margin-top: 0.03in; ...
 Press Release Ping1 month ago Coalgate: Was the Rs 295/tonne penalty unfair?  Moneycontrol.com1 month ago Day after Coalgate verdict: Buying coal in e-auctions to hurt steel companies  Business Standard India2 months ago Coalgate verdict: Metal cos stand to lose investment  Economic Times2 months ago

Supreme Court verdict on Coalgate expected today

The Supreme Court verdict on the fate of 194 coal blocks allotted over the past two decades is expected to be out on Wednesday. In a ruling on August 25, the apex court had declared the allocation of these blocks as illegal. The verdict is expected ...
 Business Standard India2 months ago SC verdict on Coalgate today  Sify2 months ago Coalgate verdict today  Business Standard2 months ago

Coalgate clean

The Supreme Court judgment cancelling the illegal allocation of 214 coal blocks, estimated to have an investment of around Rs 2.85 lakh crore, provides the Narendra Modi government an opportunity to start on a clean slate in handling precious natural ...
 Asian Age2 months ago

Court slams CBI over Coalgate closure bid

A special court on Wednesday refused to accept CBI's closure report in the case against a West Bengal-based company and its directors in a matter related to the coal block allocation scam. It further directed the agency to look into the role of coal ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Stay away from coalgate till your boss's name is cleared, Supreme Court orders CBI  Bangalore Mirror2 months ago Coalgate: CBI gets court rap over documents  Times of India2 months ago
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