PRAMOD KUMAR

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CBI won’t challenge UK court

The CBI has in an important move decided not to challenge the order of the high court in London, disallowing the extradition of Ravi Shankaran, the key accused in the Naval war room leak case.

CBI cell for Lokpal soon

In its bid to ensure better coordination with the anti-graft watchdog, namely the soon-to-be-formed Lokpal, the CBI has decided to constitute a dedicated cell of its officers within the agency.

Naval leak case: CBI awaits legal opinion

Having missed the 14-day deadline to challenge the London high court’s order turning down the extradition of Naval war room leak case accused Ravi Shankaran, the CBI is still awaiting the legal opinio

Agusta: CBI chief meets Italy envoy

In a bid to expedite the process for early execution of the agency’s pending judicial request to Italy pertaining to the `3,600 crores AgustaWestland helicopter deal case, CBI director Ranjit Sinha la

Parakh reveals ‘MP blackmail’

Former coal secretary P.C. Parakh, in his book Crusader or Conspirator?

‘Mantris, MPs pressured babus’

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Former coal secretary P.C. Parakh said MPs and ministers had pressured bureaucrats to violate the law.

CBI to clean up useless papers in record rooms

In a bid to spruce up its sagging image as also deal with the space constraint in its “Malkhanas”, the CBI has initiated a drive to rid the record rooms of all unwanted documents all over the country.

Coalgate scam: CVC to meet CBI sleuths

The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) is likely to call a meeting of the CBI sleuths, involved in the investigations of the coalgate scam, for certain clarifications pertaining to the agency’s decisi

Coalgate: ED set to register 2 more cases

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is all set to register at least two more cases related to alleged irregularities in the allocations of the Brahmapuri coal block (Madhya Pradesh) and the Kesla North b

CBI for faster prosecution nod

The CBI has written to the concerned chief vigilance officers of the central ministries and chief secretaries of the state governments to expedite its requests for grant of prosecution against suspect

Little Laila was taught that God creates everyone and also leads everyone back to Godself after death. So, she prayed: “Dear God, instead of letting people die and having to make new ones, why don’t you just keep the ones you got now?” Laila’s prayer may never be answered; but, Easter does assure us that life, not death, is what we’re created for.

Of late, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi has been thoughtlessly and in a hurry jumping into every available situation, without verifying basic facts, to criticise the Bharatiya Janata Party.