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Sep 06, 2011
Cash-for-vote scam: Amar Singh appears in courtDespite asking for exemption from personal appearance before the court on medical grounds, Amar Singh today appeared in a Delhi lower court in the cash-for-vote scam.
Sep 06, 2011
Cash-for-votes: Amar Singh to appear in court todayAmar Singh and the others accused will have to appear before the court on Tuesday and seek bail. If the court rejects their applications, then they could all go to jail.
Aug 25, 2011
Why did Delhi police do such a shoddy job of cash-for-votes?Even though a parliamentary committee completed its probe in 2009, the Delhi police has made scant progress in investigating the cash-for-votes scam.
Jul 19, 2011
Amar Singh's inglorious return to the headlinesAmar Singh is back in the spotlight following the cash-for-votes scandal, while Gorkhaland and a uranium deposit found in Andhra Pradesh share front page space with him this morning.
Jul 18, 2011
Cash-for-vote: Noose tightens around Amar SinghArrested aide says Amar gave him the money to bribe BJP MPs hours before trust vote in July 2008.
May 20, 2011
Kiss, kick and smile: The great art of political survivalThey abuse each other, tear rivals apart with poisoned words but manage to kiss and make up. Politicians are a curious breed.
May 12, 2011
How Amar Singh became a fixer, and why no one wants him nowRK Anand's book on Niira Radia says that Amar Singh was one of the big fixers who arrived on the scene before her. Quoting extensively from Gfiles, a governance magazine, he says that fixers have their uses, but when their work is done, they do not have an alternative future
May 11, 2011
SC lifts curbs on publishing Amar's tape contentsFormer Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh has received a legal setback. The media is now free of all restrictions to report contents of his taped conversations with top politicians and Bollywood biggies.
Apr 21, 2011
In anti-corruption crusade, it's now civil war in civil societyThe politician vs. civil society battle is clearly set for the long haul, but the sideshow that could take centre-stage in the coming days is civil society taking on itself.