Corruption: Rs 400 crore ‘benami’ plot of Maya brother attached

The BSP chief on Thursday alleged it as “BJP’s deplorable attempt to falsely implicate… & harass members of my family”. The provisional order for the attachment of the seven-acre plot, “beneficially owned” by Anand Kumar — recently appointed BSP national vice-president — & his wife, Vichiter Lata, was issued by the I-T department’s Delhi-based Benami […]

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No corruption case made out against traffic police: ACB to HC

The Maharashtra ACB today informed the Bombay High Court that no offence of corruption was made out against the traffic police department as alleged by a head constable. The Anti-Corruption Bureau’s Additional Director General submitted a report before a division bench of Justices R V More and Revati Mohite Dere and said the allegations levelled […]

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Doley remanded to 14 days PC

Assam Public Service Commission member Basanta Kumar Doley was today remanded in 14 days police custody by a court here in connection with alleged corruption in the organisation. Hearing both the pleas of police and Doley’s advocate, the court remanded him in 14 days police custody. Two mobile phones and four ATM cards used by […]

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APSC chairman remanded in 14 days judicial custody

Assam Pradesh Service Commission (APSC) chairman Rakesh Paul was today remanded in 14-day judicial custody by a special court here. Paul was arrested on November 4 in connection with an alleged cash-for-job scam and other cases of corruption in the Commission and his 14-day police custody ended today. Special judge A Bhattacharya directed that he […]

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CBI opposes anticipatory bail plea of TV actor

CBI today opposed the anticipatory bail plea of TV actor Anuj Saxena before a Delhi court in a graft case involving Director General of Corporate Affairs B K Bansal, alleging he played an active role in the commission of the offence. The agency submitted before Special CBI Judge Gurdeep Singh that Saxena, also the Chief […]

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Coalscam: SC junks ex-coal secy’s plea for joint trial

The Supreme Court today rejected the plea of former Coal Secretary H C Gupta, facing prosecution in several coal block allocation cases, for holding joint trial saying clubbing of cases would lead to “hotchpotch”. A bench comprising justices Pinaki Chandra Ghose and Amitava Roy dismissed the plea by Harish Chandra Gupta seeking joint trial in […]

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Graft case: Court grants bail to Kejriwal’s ex-Principal Secy

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s former Principal Secretary Rajendra Kumar, who was arrested in a corruption case, was today granted bail by a Special court. Special CBI Judge Arvind Kumar gave the relief to Rajendra Kumar on furnishing of a personal bond of Rs one lakh. The court directed that Kumar will not try to […]

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Arrested IPS officer Joydeep Nayak sent to jail

Senior IPS officer Joydeep Nayak, arrested from Ghaziabad by Odisha vigilance sleuths in a corruption case, was today remanded in judicial custody and sent to Choudwar jail after being produced at the residence of a vigilance court special judge here. The Tripura-Manipur cadre Odia officer is facing corruption charges here for his alleged key role […]

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Bail plea of IAS officer rejected

A local court today dismissed the bail petition of IAS officer Jitendra Gupta, who was arrested in a corruption case by vigilance department 10 days ago. Vigilance court special judge Raghvendra Kumar Singh dismissed the regular bail petition of Gupta, a 2013 batch IAS officer. Gupta, who was sub-divisional officer of Mohania in Rohtas district, […]

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Bakson’s Dr Bakshi, others acquitted of corruption

crimes against women

Chairman of Bakson’s drugs and pharmaceuticals, Dr SPS Bakshi, along with five other doctors has been acquitted by a special court in a case of alleged regularisation of some homeopathic medical colleges after these institutions agreed to buy drugs from his company. The court said there was nothing on record to show that Bakshi, president […]

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