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Fresh jolt to Mayawati, CBI files 3 new FIRs

Bahujan Samaj Party President Mayawati (Photo: PTI)

The ghost of the multi-crore National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) scam continues to haunt BSP supremo Mayawati.

Bihar scribe murder: Forensic team to assist CBI probe

The CBI has decided to send a team of forensic experts from its Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL—Delhi) to Siwan to assist the agency sleuths investigating the murder case of Bihar journalist

CBI to seek lookout circular against Mayawati aide

The political atmosphere in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh is set to get charged up once again with the CBI preparing to approach the competent court for issuing a look out circular (LOC) against Anant Kuma

Haryana land scam: CBI to examine 3 ex-bureaucrats

The CBI has decided to examine three former senior bureaucrats, who had worked with former Haryana chief minister Bhupender Singh Hooda as part of its investigations into the alleged irregularities in

In India, plea bargain trend catching up

Wary of protracted legal battles, the trend of “plea bargain”, where the accused seek to get away with lesser imprisonment or penalty while not contesting the charge, seems to be on the increase.

Vyapam scam: CBI to quiz ex-minister

Laxmikant Sharma

The CBI has decided to tighten the net around former Madhya Pradesh education minister Laxmikant Sharma, with the agency planning to examine him again as part of its investigations into the multi-cror

Bulandshahr rape case: CBI to subject accused to narco, brain-mapping test

In its effort to get some vital clues in the case pertaining to the gangrape of a woman and her teenage daughter in Bulandshahr district in Uttar Pradesh in July, the CBI is contemplating conducting b

Electronic gadgets will provide vital information on VVIP deal

Outcome of the forensic scrutiny of electronic gadgets recently recovered by the Central probe agencies from the premises of the Indian contacts of Christen Michel James — prime suspect in the VVIP Ag

CBI seeks US help for probe into Antrix-Devas case

Days after filling the chargesheet in the multi-crore Antrix-Devas spectrum deal case, the CBI is now contemplating sending a judicial request to the US for getting details about a firm based there.

CBI facing shortage of 1,043 officers

The CBI, which is probing high-profile corruption cases in the country, is facing an acute shortage of “specialised” manpower in key technical areas that are crucial to its functioning.

The social media is aflame with elated stories, tall stories really, about India’s retaliation for Uri by turning off the spigot of the three western rivers of the Indus basin that flow unhindered int

The nation state is often a litany of the same mechanical rituals, where the same clichés are repeated by politicians, year after year. Gandhi Jayanti is one such event.