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CBI probes Salem Steel Plant officials

The CBI has initiated an inquiry against senior officials of the Salem Steel Plant, an unit of the Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL), to probe their alleged role in the irregularities committed in t

CBI books 4 officials of ordnance factory

The CBI has booked four high-ranking officials of the Jabalpur-based ordnance factory in an alleged case of corruption.

Enforcement Directorate closes case on Ramdev aide

In what could be termed as a major relief to Balkrishna, a close aide of yoga guru Baba Ramdev, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has closed its case against him, registered under the stringent provisi

Saradha chit fund scam probe trail goes to US

The probe into the multi-crore crore Saradha chit fund scam has found its strings going up to the USA, as CBI sleuths suspect that the accused might have deleted some crucial data on the details of al

V-C under CBI lens in graft case

The CBI has registered a preliminary enquiry against a former vice-chancellor, two senior faculty members and three other officials of the Dr.

Ranjit Sinha says continuance may affect other cases

At the beginning of hearing in Supreme Court on allegations against CBI director Ranjit Sinha, senior advocate Dushyant Dave, appearing for the NGO, and Prashant Bhushan tendered an unconditional apol

Supreme Court will hear NGO plea on CBI chief

Supreme Court will hear NGO plea on CBI chief

In what could be described as a setback to CBI director Ranjit Sinha, the Supreme Court on Monday agreed to consider a plea for hearing allegations levelled against him without “insisting” on knowing

Fresh PE against BEML ex-chief

Fresh trouble seems to be in store for the former chairman of the state-owned Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML), V.R.S.

CBI to probe role of victim’s uncle in Badaun case

The CBI, investigating the murder case of two teenage girls in Badaun district in Uttar Pradesh, is also probing the role of victim’s maternal uncle.

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.

Between 2 pm on October 1 and 10.30 am on October 2, Central government offices in New Delhi remained closed. Why? Because Prime Minister Narendra Modi, concerned about widespread filth in India, is “launching” the nation-wide “Swachchh Bharat” (Clean India) campaign today.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted the Indian diaspora in New York with a grand promise: “India will touch new heights.” The crowd of 20,000 Americans of Indian origin erupted in re