INX Media case: Outcry against P Chidambaram based on approver's testimony makes media appear as propaganda platform
While many have been critical of the unusual haste in the arrest of Chidambaram, several analysts have expressed suspicion that this could be political vendetta of the Union government.
DG Vanzara and NK Amin discharged in Ishrat Jahan 'fake' encounter case after 15 years, but their journey isn't over yet
While Vanzara and Amin claimed that they stood vindicated by the order after a 15-year-long wait, the lawyers of Ishrat's mother Shamima Kauser said they will challenge the order before the high court
Ishrat Jahan 'fake' encounter case: CBI court drops charges against former Gujarat cops DG Vanzara, NK Amin
The court allowed discharge applications of Vanzara and Amin, which the two had filed after the Gujarat government refused to grant sanction to the Central Bureau of Investigation to prosecute them.
Sohrabuddin case: DG Vanzara welcomes acquittal of all police personnel, says entry into politics not priority
DG Vanzara indicated that he also wanted to write a book about the whole affair once he is cleared of all the charges in the remaining cases.
Ishrat Jahan case: Special CBI court concludes hearing on ex-IPS officer's discharge plea, reserves order for 16 February
A special CBI court on Saturday concluded the hearing on a discharge application filed by former Gujarat director general of police PP Pandey in the Ishrat Jahan "fake" encounter case with Judge JK Pandya reserving the order for 16 February.
Amin has faced trial in the Sohrabuddin Sheikh and Ishrat Jahan fake encounter killing cases
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Tuesday opposed the application of Gujarat's in-charge Director General of Police PP Pandey seeking a discharge in the Ishrat Jahan case
Verma was on deputation with the Central Bureau of Investigation when he was made a member of the Special Investigation Team to probe the Ishrat Jahan case following court orders.
Only one paper out of the five documents related to the controversial alleged Ishrat fake encounter case that went missing from the Home Ministry was found, said the inquiry panel,
Chidambaram has already accused the Modi government of creating a "fake controversy" over the two affidavits filed in the case
In its report, the inquiry panel has said that only one missing document of the five related to the Ishrat Jahan case has been found.
Did BK Prasad have a motive to leak the information to Indian Express, which was doing a probe into the missing documents in the Ishrat Jahan case?
P Chidambaram on Tuesday said there was nothing wrong in that affidavit which said there was no conclusive evidence to prove Ishrat Jahan was a terrorist
Union Minister Kiren Rijuju on Friday stoked a fresh controversy on the Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case by accusing the then Home Ministry headed by P Chidambaram of working in "tandem" with terror outfit LeT, a charge vehemently denied by Congress which demanded his immediate sacking.
The AgustaWestland scam won’t be the last of the skeletons to tumble out of the cupboard of the erstwhile UPA regime.
A court rejected the application moved by Satish Verma seeking chargesheet filed before the court in connection with the case of Ishrat Jahan.
The Supreme Court on Friday refused to entertain a PIL seeking quashing of criminal prosecution, suspension and other action taken against Gujarat cops in the 2004 alleged fake encounter killing of Ishrat Jahan in view of recent testimony of jailed LeT operative David Headley.
On Thursday the Parliament (both houses) saw discussion over issues like the fleeing of Vijay Mallya and the missing documents in the Ishrat Jehan case. The opposition lashed out against the alleged mistakes of the government and staged a walkout.
Ever since Headley made the startling claim on 11 February about the 2004 Gujarat encounter, the already murky Ishrat Jahan case has become even murkier.
RVS Mani had claimed that member of the SIT on the killings had told him that 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks and Parliament attack were state-sponsored.