Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Wednesday rejected the demand for a Joint Parliamentary Committee to look into the Rafale deal, saying it was unlike the 2G spectrum or Bofors issues where aspects like the money trail surfaced.
While Prime Minister Narendra Modi has no call to respond to Rahul Gandhi’s challenge to have a debate on the Rafale deal, by the same token he does have the responsibility to the people of India to speak out
'Rahul Gandhi played on Quattrocchi's lap, his audiotape on Rafale is fake': Key quotes from Arun Jaitley's rebuttal in Lok Sabha
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's attack came after Congress president Rahul Gandhi cited a purported audio tape of a Goa minister but refused to authenticate it. Here are the five key statements the Union minister made in the Lower House.
The lawyer, Nikhil Bhalla, has filed the public interest litigation (PIL) seeking the removal of two contents from Sacred Games that according to him "tarnished" the image of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.
Congress manufactured fake row over Rafale deal to overcome limitations of its leadership, writes Arun Jaitley
What does the party do if its leader has inherent and inbuilt limitations? Its strategy, therefore, is one of distortion. If you have no issue, manufacture one. Hence the Rafale’s fake controversy.
Bofors case: 27 years after its formation, parliamentary panel likely to finalise report on controversy in Budget Session
A parliamentary panel looking into the Bofors gun deal for almost 27 years is likely to finalise its report on the issue in the current Budget Session
Sources said the CBI is likely to decide in the next three days whether it will file a Special Leave Petition (SLP) in the case or it will go ahead as a respondent in an existing case.
In an offshoot of the Bofors guns purchase case, two executives of a private company on Sunday have been convicted by a Special CBI court in Mumbai for criminal conspiracy and cheating the Swedish company.
A preliminary investigation has found that faulty ammunition was the reason behind the explosion on the Army's new long-range ultra-light (ULH) howitzer M-777 in Pokhran.
Bofors case: Supreme Court likely to begin final hearing on 1986 Howitzer gun deal scandal in October
Supreme Court is likely to hear in October a plea against Hinduja brothers for their alleged involvement in the kickbacks in purchase of Bofors howitzer guns
Bofors scandal: Public Accounts Committee asks defence ministry for missing files to check CAG compliance
PAC) has asked the Defence Ministry to trace and share with it all missing files related to the Bofors scandal, according to its two members.
Exhaustive field trials are being carried out on two long-range ultra-light howitzers in Pokhran which the Indian Army received from the US after a gap of 30 years since the Bofors scandal broke out, an official said.
Two of the 145 M-777 ultra-light howitzers will arrive in India from the US on Friday. It will be the first induction of the howitzers by the Army after the Bofors scandal broke out nearly 30 years ago.
The Swedish government knowingly called off the probe on Bofors scandal in order to prevent any embarrassment to Rajiv Gandhi, the then prime minister of India, a confidential CIA assessment which was declassified in December 2016 has revealed.
Shah's presser deftly exposes the chaos and confusion amid Congress ranks, which seems unable to come up with a coherent response, post the surgical strikes on Pakistan's terror factories.
If the government was serious they would not have let Vijay Mallya catch a Jet Airways flight as a commercial passenger.
Pointing out that that controversy circling President Pranab Mukherjee's recent comment on Bofors scam could affect the visit of Sweden later this week, Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter (DN) has claimed that India had warned it to delete the reference made by the President in an interview.
The man at the centre of the Bofors scandal is dead today, but countless other Quattrocchis still strut their stuff in the power capital of India, wielding enormous leverage over defence acquisitions - and walking away with big-money bribes.
Down the years, despite one corruption scandal after another, we've learnt nothing about making the arms procurement process transparent and corruption-free.
Should political parties be more worried about mudslinging over cases from over a decade ago or about steadying the economy which is affecting the average Indian daily?