JSPL said the outbreak of pandemic began impacting economic activity by the third week of March, leading to the announcement of the nationwide lockdown.
Madhu Koda's rise and fall: Ex-Jharkhand CM convicted in coal scam case, has history of corruption cases against him
A special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court held former Jharkhand chief minister Madhu Koda and three others guilty in the coal scam case.
The holding is a relic of the time United Spirits was run by flamboyant liquor baron Vijay Mallya.
Mallya made the second highest bid of $111.6 million to buy the Bangalore franchise in 2008.
One of the accused in the coal scam case associated with the Jindal Group and Congress leader Naveen Jindal allegedly tried more than once to approach the special judge, who warned against such misdemeanors in future.
The fine print of the bidding agreements may allow the government to cancel any bid it consider unrepresentative of true value, but the downside is this: if a process widely acclaimed as fair and transparent is now used to scuttle some unexpected results, will it not jeopardise the whole process? This is like cancelling an election because the wrong party has won.
Savitri Jindal, the richest woman in the country, lost from the Hisar assembly seat, officials said on Sunday.
London Mining has been battling big debts, crashing iron-ore prices and the ebola outbreak in Africa, where it operates a mine
An Indian Express investigation published today revealed that two firms which invested a total of Rs 28.35 crore in Anant Media are linked to a Jindal group company mentioned in the CBI FIR in the coal blocks allocation scam.
The CBI said that power ministry had not recommended allocation of coal blocks either to JSPL or GSIPL.
Sources told PTI that the group which met in the forenoon today discussed that the Jindal group had made a number of presentations against the Zee group to the I&B ministry.