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Reveal name of informant, Bhushan told by SC bench

The Supreme Court Monday asked Prashant Bhushan, counsel for NGO Centre for Public Interest Litigation, to reveal the name of the “whistleblower” from whom he had got documents pertaining to the 2G sp

Logbook row: Next hearing on September 22

CBI director Ranjit Sinha questioned the existence of the visitors logbook before the apex court and said that 90 per cent of the entries were fudged though some entries may be genuine.

Enforcement Directorate to digitise functioning in its offices

The directorate is also preparing to digitise all files pertaining to 1473 money laundering and 5311 foreign exchange violation cases

CBI will probe irregularities at 6 new AIIMS

Even before the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) could start functioning in six other cities in the country, large-scale irregularities in the appointment of faculty members of these in

Prashant Bhushan had sought CBI chief removal

Senior advocate Prashant Bhushan levelled allegations against CBI director Ranjit Sinha of trying to shield accused in the 2G spectrum allocation scam and coal scam.

CBI chief starts probing movement of his sleuths

Under the scanner himself, CBI director Ranjit Sinha has reportedly begun probing the movements of his own officers.

Ranjit Sinha orders probe into leak of diary

Ranjit Sinha

SC notice to CBI chief

Ready to recuse if Supreme Court allows, says CBI chief

CBI director Ranjit Sinha on Monday said, “I have already made it clear that I will recuse myself from the coal scam investigations if the Supreme Court orders so.

Supreme Court tells CBI chief: Respond, it’s serious

With the Supreme Court on Monday observing that averments made against CBI director Ranjit Sinha arising out of a purported visitors’ diary maintained at his official residence at 2, Janpath here — ar

Diary entry says Ram Vilas Paswan met Ranjit Sinha

When questioned by mediapersons at the CBI headquarters here, a visibly peeved CBI chief Ranjit Sinha refused to make any comment. “I am already under fire from all sides,” he told reporters.

The kindest thing that can be said of the Bharatiya Janata Party’s indifferent performance in the series of byelections since the general election last May is that they are a pointer to the significant role played by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in ensuring the decisive Lok Sabha outcome.

Disasters not only disrupt society, they also distort its basic categories, creating inversions, disrupting normalcy and suspending time in a prolonged way. Return to normalcy then becomes even more difficult and unpredictable.