Raja to send a detailed note to JPC, demands hearing

Former Telecom Minister A Raja on Monday said he will send a detailed note on his role in the 2G issue to the Joint Parliamentary Committee and demanded that he be given a hearing by the panel.

`Sonia should retract her statement against BJP`

BJP Monday asked Congress president Sonia Gandhi to retract her statement in which she had attacked the main Opposition party.

Fireworks expected at next JPC meet

Fireworks are expected in the next JPC meet on 2G issue scheduled with the demand for calling P Chidambaram as a witness becoming a sticky issue.

2G: Angry exchange of words at Par panel meet

Congress and opposition members were grilling top telecom officials on the impact of the SC judgement cancelling 122 licences.

Govt policy cannot be arbitrary: Swamy on 2G issue

Janata Party prez Subramanian Swamy slammed senior central ministers
for defending Home Minister P Chidambaram on the 2G issue.

2G: 84 letters from MPs to PMO since April 2004

Out of the total 84 letters, 21 were sent in both 2008 and 2010, 18 in 2007, nine in 2009, two in 2006 and 13 between January and April this year.

Chidambaram diverting from 2G issue: BJP

BJP on Wednesday accused Home Minister
P Chidambaram of "diverting" the issue of his alleged
complicity in the 2G spectrum scam by charging the Opposition
of attacking on his stand against right-wing terror.

Murli Manohar Joshi slams Congress on 2G issue

Public Accounts Committee chairman accused the Cong of creating hurdles into the 2G spectrum probe by the PAC.

All out war in PAC over 2G issue

The Committee will now meet on April 21 to decide whether further witnesses should be called.

2G issue: Moves afoot to table privilege motion against CAG

Congress MPs are planning to table a privilege motion against the constitutional functionary.

Allies back UPA`s stand on JPC probe in 2G issue

UPA allies Monday expressed full support to government on its refusal to agree to a JPC probe into 2G Spectrum scam, an issue that has paralysed Parliament proceedings for the last 12 consecutive working days.