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CBI books Dental Council of India chief, three others for alleged graft and cheating
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CBI books Dental Council of India chief, three others for alleged graft and cheating

CBI has registered a case against President of Dental Council of India (DCI) Dibyendu Mazumdar and three others for alleged cheating and corruption for favouring a dental college in increasing seats.

CBI arrests former ED joint director JP Singh, three others in corruption case
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CBI arrests former ED joint director JP Singh, three others in corruption case

The CBI on Tuesday arrested a former Joint Director of the Enforcement Directorate, JP Singh, and three others in a corruption case registered by the agency in September 2015.

Kingfisher diverted Rs 263 cr from Rs 900-cr IDBI loan for personal use: CBI
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Kingfisher diverted Rs 263 cr from Rs 900-cr IDBI loan for personal use: CBI

CBI sources said the agency has kept its probe open in the issue of suspected quid pro quo by Mallya and executives of Kingfisher Airlines to expedite the loan process.

Demonetisation: Yogendra Yadav slams govt for seeking to dilute corruption bill
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Demonetisation: Yogendra Yadav slams govt for seeking to dilute corruption bill

Yogendra Yadav termed the demonetisation a "pseudo war" against black money, while criticising the government for seeking to dilute the Prevention of Corruption Act.

Prevention of Corruption Act: Watered down version will make scamsters look like saints
India

Prevention of Corruption Act: Watered down version will make scamsters look like saints

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

International Anti-Corruption Day: 70% corporate employees feel note ban will curb graft, says EY survey
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International Anti-Corruption Day: 70% corporate employees feel note ban will curb graft, says EY survey

Black money and corruption have been the key challenges for global economies, including India, in recent times,

AAP leader Manish Sisodia quizzed by Anti-Corruption Branch in DCW case
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AAP leader Manish Sisodia quizzed by Anti-Corruption Branch in DCW case

The Anti-Corruption Branch questioned Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Friday in connection with its probe into an alleged recruitment scam in Delhi Commission for Women (DCW).

Banks to be armed better to resolve stressed assets: Arun Jaitley
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Banks to be armed better to resolve stressed assets: Arun Jaitley

While addressing the SBI Economic Conclave, he said, "unlike the private sector bankers the state-run banks are constrained by being public servants and the present laws on corruption (PCA of 1988) makes them wary of settling issues purely on commercial considerations".

One in three corruption cases against central govt officials probed by CBI ends in acquittal
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One in three corruption cases against central govt officials probed by CBI ends in acquittal

One in every three corruption-related cases against officials of the central government, investigated by CBI, resulted in the acquittal of officials.

SC rejects Ravi Ruia's plea to go abroad, says it does not want `to take chances'
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SC rejects Ravi Ruia's plea to go abroad, says it does not want `to take chances'

The apex court dismissed the petition of Ruia who wanted to visit United Kingdom, United States, Canada and UAE for business purposes.

CBI questions Virbhadra Singh on allegations of disproportionate assets amassed as CM
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CBI questions Virbhadra Singh on allegations of disproportionate assets amassed as CM

On Thursday CBI questioned Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh in connection with its probe into allegations of disproportionate assets amassed by him during his tenure as Union Minister.

Bribery in India: How to minimise bribe-giving and taking
India

Bribery in India: How to minimise bribe-giving and taking

The present bribery laws are a farce. They actually encourage and nurture bribery. They do not prevent such incidents. A change in law could benefit common citizens. It would also prevent defence deals from being scuttled just because someone does not want to push the bribe-taker

Judgment acquitting Jayalalithaa 'unsustainable', Karnataka govt tells SC
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Judgment acquitting Jayalalithaa 'unsustainable', Karnataka govt tells SC

Karnataka on Wednesday told the Supreme Court that the state High Court judgment acquitting Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa in a disproportionate assets case was unsustainable.

Anti-corruption bureau arrests IAS officer, RAS officer in relation to bribery case
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Anti-corruption bureau arrests IAS officer, RAS officer in relation to bribery case

IAS officer Neeraj K Pawan and RAS officer Anil Kumar Agrawal were arrested by Anti-Corruption Bureau in connection with a bribery case worth Rs 1.5 crore.

Delhi court sends NDMC official to 3 years in jail for Rs 10,000 bribe
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Delhi court sends NDMC official to 3 years in jail for Rs 10,000 bribe

A Delhi court sentenced an New Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) official to three years in jail on charges of corruption.

Book Harish Rawat for corruption: Uttarakhand BJP creates uproar in state over sting operation
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Book Harish Rawat for corruption: Uttarakhand BJP creates uproar in state over sting operation

Uttarakhand BJP on Monday demanded that unseated chief minister Harish Rawat be booked under the Prevention of Corruption Act over a recent sting CD which it claimed was "the first blatant case of corruption of its kind" in the country.

Chhota Rajan fake passport case: Three retired officials granted bail
India

Chhota Rajan fake passport case: Three retired officials granted bail

A special court granted bail to three retired public servants, chargesheeted along with underworld don Chhota Rajan in an alleged fake passport cas

No direct evidence: Madras HC quashes suicide abetment case against SS Krishnamoorthy
India

No direct evidence: Madras HC quashes suicide abetment case against SS Krishnamoorthy

S Muthukumarasamy ended his life as he was unable to bear the mental pressure exerted on him to pay Rs 12.25 lakh to Krishnamoorthy as a bribe.

Winter Session: Parliament gets down to business, but will the relative calm last?
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Winter Session: Parliament gets down to business, but will the relative calm last?

After a thinly-veiled battle to appropriate Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar's legacy and a session of outrage and sloganeering, both houses of Parliament finally got round to legislative business on Wednesday and Thursday.

Fifth day of Winter Session in Parliament: Chennai floods, intolerance debate dominate both Houses
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Fifth day of Winter Session in Parliament: Chennai floods, intolerance debate dominate both Houses

Five days into the winter session, Parliament continues to be dominated by discussions on intolerance and the rains in TN. On Thursday, Rajya Sabha is slated to continue a discussion on the flood situation in the state.