Rahul Gandhi 'blames' Motilal Vora in National Herald case: What you need to know about late Congressman
Motilal Vora, who passed away in 2020 of COVID-19 complications, was the last of the Gandhian leaders in the Congress and a long-time confidant of the party's first family
National Herald case: Delhi court defers hearing till 21 October; Subramanian Swamy calls Congress office-bearers 'cheats'
Delhi court on Saturday deferred the hearing in the National Herald case after both the sides sought adjournment into the matter.
National Herald case: Subramanian Swamy objects to questions in Hindi during cross-examination, says Congress office-bearers were 'cheats'
Subramanian Swamy, the complainant in the case, was cross-examined by the RS Cheema, the counsel of Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, in the Rouse Avenue Court of Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (ACMM) Samar Vishal.
After first FIR in National Herald land deal in Panchkula in 2016, ED set to take possession of AJL land worth Rs 64 cr
The National Herald case's FIR, which reads like a synopsis of Firstpost's December expose translated in Hindi, alleges abuse of power in land allocation.
National Herald case: ED to take possession of AJL land worth Rs 64cr in Panchkula after PMLA authority order
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) will soon take possession of land worth ₹64.93 crore in Panchkula, which was allotted to the Associated Journals Limited (AJL) by the Haryana government in 2005, after a quasi-judicial authority recently approved its order, the agency said on Wednesday
National Herald case: AJL moves Delhi High Court against single-judge order to vacate premises in press enclave
The Centre had ended its 56-year-old lease and asked AJL to vacate the Herald House premises, saying that no printing or publishing activity was going on.
After Congress claims vindication in National Herald tax case, CBDT withdraws circular that may have helped AJL
The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) on Friday withdrew a circular it issued on Monday, which could have led to exoneration of top Congress leaders in the National Herald case.
Delhi HC tells AJL to vacate premises in two weeks, rejects claim that eviction was aimed at erasing Nehru's legacy; timeline of events
A chronology of events in the National Herald eviction case in which the Delhi High Court Friday directed its publisher Associated Journals Limited (AJL) to vacate the premises in the national capital within two weeks
AJL case: CBI files chargesheet against ex-Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda, Congress leader Motilal Vora
In the charge sheet, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has alleged that the AJL was allotted a plot of land in Panchkula in 1982, on which no construction took place till 1992. The HUDA had subsequently taken back the possession of the plot.
Delhi High Court reserves order on Associated Journals Ltd's plea challenging Centre's decision to cancel its Herald House lease
The Delhi High Court on Thursday reserved its order on Associated Journals Ltd's (AJL) — owner of National Herald newspaper— plea challenging Centre's decision which had canceled its lease and ordered it to vacate Herald House on grounds of violation of lease clauses after concluding the arguments on both sides.
National Herald case: Delhi High Court to resume hearing publisher Associated Journals Ltd's petition today
The high court had adjourned hearing in the case on 15 November and said the status quo should be maintained till 22 November at the Herald House from where the National Herald newspaper is published.
National Herald case: Delhi High Court tells authorities not to seal Herald House, adjourns hearing to 22 November
The Delhi High Court on Thursday asked the government to ensure that no sealing takes place in the Herald House in Delhi after the Associated Journals Ltd (AJL) claimed that they were being evicted. The High Court on Thursday is hearing a plea filed by the AJL challenging the Centre's order asking it to vacate the Herald House.
In probably one of the biggest setback for the Gandhi family, the Delhi High Court on Friday cleared all decks for an Income Tax investigation into Young Indian Private Limited in which Congress chief Sonia Gandhi and party vice-president Rahul Gandhi are directors.
In his application, Swamy has sought documents relating to a loan given by the Congress to the AJL, the holding firm of the National Herald,
Digvijay Singh was defending former haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda who the BJP has accused of money laundering in the National Herald Case
A landmark Supreme Court judgement has given huge relief to farmers/landowners, while quashing the “illegal” and “deceptive” licensing of 280 acres of land in Rohtak, Haryana in 2006 to Uddar Gaggan Properties Ltd, and turning these over to HUDA.
Swamy, plaintiff in the National Herald case, told the court that these records were necessary to establish the method the accused adopted to extend loans.
The court's direction came after the counsel appearing for Indian National Congress informed it that the party needed time to follow the 11 March order
Delhi High Court today sought the response of BJP leader Subramanian Swamy on pleas seeking to set aside trial court order allowing summoning of documents from Ministries of Finance and Corporate Affairs, Income Tax Department and other agencies in the National Herald case.
The Supreme Court today said it will consider the pleas of Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi that their appeals against the Delhi High Court verdict, refusing to quash summons issued to them in the National Herald case, be heard.