In the Narada tapes that had surfaced ahead of 2016 West Bengal Assembly polls, persons resembling senior Trinamool Congress (TMC) leaders and SMH Mirza are seen accepting money from the representatives of a fictitious company in return for favours
Accusing Kolkata police of harassment in the name of interrogation, Narada News CEO Mathew Samuel on Wednesday claimed that the case against him was "planted and fabricated".
The Calcutta High Court on Tuesday asked the CBI to record the statement of Narada News portal's editor Mathew Samuel, who carried out a sting operation that showed people resembling senior Trinamool Congress leaders allegedly receiving money.
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Wednesday recorded the statement of Narada news CEO Mathew Samuel in connection with its money laundering probe.
The Enforcement Directorate has issued fresh summons to Narada News CEO Mathew Samuel, in relation to the Narada sting operation case.
The ED has issued summons to Narada news CEO Mathew Samuel in connection with its money laundering probe in a 'sting' operation where a number of Trinamool Congress (TMC) leaders, including MPs and ministers, were allegedly seen taking money on camera.
Former <em>Tehelka</em> staffers, who spoke on conditions of anonymity, said the timing of the Narada News sting was indeed intriguing.
Narada News chief Mathew Samuel who conducted a sting operation purportedly showing Trinamool Congress leaders accepting bribes, on Wednesday approached the police claiming threats to himself and his family.
A division bench of Calcutta HC on Friday ordered an interim stay into the Narada sting operation probe till the next date of hearing on 19 August
Opposition Left and Congress on Saturday slammed the brief detention of Narada News CEO Mathew Samuel at Delhi airport as a desperate attempt to hush up the Narada sting operation and save the culprits
The Calcutta High Court said the probe ordered by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee into the Narada sting controversy will not have any bearing on the multiple PILs pending
Consider the paradox. Mamata Banerjee, who as home minister is also in charge of the police, already believes that a conspiracy via a so-called sting was hatched to malign her party's image just before the polls and create suspicion among the voters.