Former Jharkhand chief minister Madhu Koda was on Wednesday convicted in the coal scam case.
The CBI has urged a special court in New Delhi to award the maximum punishment of seven years jail term to former coal secretary HC Gupta for cheating and criminal conspiracy in allocation of a coal block to a private firm.
The government's decision to allow the Prevention of Corruption Bill, a ludicrously watered down version, casts a shadow on its real intent and long term vision on reigning in corruption
Post Manmohan Singh’s speech, BJP sympathisers did what they do best. Forgot the issue and shot the messenger.
Manmohan Singh might be one of the greatest economists India has ever produced but his erudition does not bestow upon him the moral authority to take the high ground on corruption
While former PM Manmohan Singh is right to say that such restrictions do not happen except at times of crises or bank failures, surely temporary restrictions at a time of policy change can be justified?
A special court on Tuesday directed CBI to verify the death of an accused in a coal scam case involving Congress leader and industrialist Naveen Jindal, ex-Minister of State for Coal Dasari Narayan Rao and others.
Paving the way for trial in a coal allocation case, a court on Friday framed charges of cheating and criminal conspiracy against former Coal Secretary HC Gupta and four others
An investigator in a coal block allocation scam has told a special court that order to file a closure report in the case was given by then CBI chief Ranjit Sinha whose role is under scanner of a Supreme Court-appointed panel on whether his decisions had led to scuttling of probe.
CPIM on Friday said for all its anti-corruption stance, the BJP's state unit has been betrayed by none other than the Prime Minister, who has struck a backhand deal with Mamata Banerjee.
Exclusive: Bandra plot allotment for National Herald was full of violations, says Maharashtra govt report
The assessment report has been prepared by the Maharashtra Chief Minister’s Office after it came to light that this land, measuring 3,478 sq metres, was part of the assets of AJL that have been transferred to Young Indian, the section 25 company owned largely by Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi (38 percent each).
Jharkhand Ispat Pvt Ltd (JIPL) Director RS Rungta, an accused in a coal block allocation scam case, on Thursday moved an application before a special court seeking to summon former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as a witness in his defence in the case.
Former Coal Secretary H C Gupta on Monday told a special court that then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had given the "final approval" for allocation of coal block to Kamal Sponge Steel and Power Ltd (KSSPL), a charge refuted by CBI which said the then premier was "kept in the dark".
Questions raised about the coal ministry's grounds for its own re-evaluation of bids on grounds of cartelisation and why they are not in the public domain also remain unaddressed
NDA's scorecard reads zero, according to Rahul Gandhi and P Chidambaram. What makes Indian politics so bitter that it is being reduced to a zero-sum, win-lose game? Can we ever progress by putting others down?
Supreme Court says ex-CBI chief Ranjit Sinha's meetings with Coalgate, 2G accused needs to be probed
A bench headed by Justice Madan B Lokur said there is merit in the allegations that Sinha met persons in the absence of investigating officers of the cases and asked the CVC to file a report on the entire issue on or before 6 July.
Ex-Minister of State for Coal Dasari Narayan Rao and former Jharkhand Chief Minister Madhu Koda have also been chargesheeted
Backed by CBI, its former chief Ranjit Sinha on Monday alleged in the Supreme Court that a "hidden hand" was the "controlling mind" behind lawyer Prashant Bhushan, who has showered against him a barrage of charges for purportedly interfering and scuttling the probe into the coal scam.
Sonia's stand is not about outrage, but feigning support to Manmohan Singh so that he does not say anything out of turn during his court deposition.
It’s the Congress which probably caused more damage to the squeaky-clean image of Dr Manmohan Singh than any outsider.