Court pulls up Anshuman Ruia, denies permission to go abroad

Essar Group promoter Anshuman Ruia, facing trial along with others in a case arising out of the 2G scam probe, has been denied permission to travel abroad with a special court rapping him for "wasting" its time by submitting "obscure" documents.

Essar-Loop case: CBI to reply on Ravi Ruia's plea to go abroad

Salve told special CBI judge O P Saini that if Ruia is permitted to travel abroad, the ongoing trial proceedings will not be hampered at all and during that period, even the case was not listed for hearing.

2G case: Must disclose whistle blower who gave visitors' list, says Sinha

CBI Chief Ranjit Sinha has said that noted lawyer Prashant Bhushan cannot claim immunity from disclosing the name of a "whistle blower" who provided him the list of visitors to his official residence and demanded that he reveal his source.

Court dismisses Loop Telecom Ltd plea for settlement

The court had fixed the matter for orders after hearing the arguments advanced by Loop Telecom, CBI and Department of Telecommunication (DoT) on the issue.

Loop Telecom Ltd plea for Lok Adalat settlement: 2G court reserves order

A special CBI court on Friday reserved for March 22 its order on a plea filed by Loop Telecom Limited seeking directions for referring the matter to Lok Adalat for "settlement" in a case arising out of the 2G scam probe.

Allegation against Subrata Roy for interfering in 2G scam probe is "maintainable": SC

Meanwhile in the ensuing battle between SEBI and Sahara Group, the Sahara India Pariwar chief said that the company would move the Supreme Court regarding the submission of fresh title deeds to market regulator Sebi.

Former audit officials come out in support of CAG

Coming out in support of CAG Vinod Rai, former officials of the government auditor Wednesday accused the Congress party and the government of running a campaign against the institution of CAG.

No one was spared in 2G probe: CBI chief

No high and mighty was spared in the 2G telecom spectrum case, outgoing CBI chief AP Singh said Wednesday, rejecting suggestions of any political interference in the agency dealing with high profile cases.

Vajpayee, PC in witnesses list before JPC probing 2G scam

An "exhaustive" list of witnesses, which includes former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and former Finance Minister P Chidambaram, was on Tuesday placed before the JPC probing the 2G spectrum allocation scam, but a decision whether to call them was deferred.

2G scam probe moved fast only after its intervention, says SC

The Supreme Court Wednesday said it was only after its intervention that the probe in 2G spectrum allocation scam started moving fast.

Maran not given clean chit so far in 2G scam: CBI to SC

DMK MP Dayanidhi Maran has not so far been given a clean chit in 2G scam case, CBI on Thursday told the Supreme Court and objected to the allegation that its investigation in this case is "less than honest".

JPC probing 2G scam gets time till Budget session

The term of the Committee headed by P C Chacko was to expire during the Monsoon session scheduled to conclude on September 8.

2G scam: CBI gives clean chit to Maran, to quiz Jaswant Singh

The CBI on Thursday told the Supreme Court that there was no evidence to suggest that Dayanidhi Maran force C. Sivasankaran to sell his stakes Aircel to Maxis group and added that it "may examine" the then FM Jaswant Singh over alleged wrongdoings in the communications ministry in the BJP-led NDA govt.

Mauritius apex court agrees to help CBI in 2G scam probe

The team went to seek information about companies that got spectrum allocations in 2008 and may have routed kickbacks by way of loan, equity and investments.

BJP backs Joshi, accuses govt of stalling probe into 2G scam

Standing firmly behind PAC Chairperson Murli Manohar Joshi against the onslaught by Congress and DMK members, the BJP alleged that these were calculated attacks by the
ruling coalition to stall the investigation into 2G scam.

CBI showed `monumental lethargy` in 2G scam probe: Jaya

AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa on Friday said she welcomed the Supreme Court`s decision to monitor the probe but the Centre should not use it to duck the opposition`s demand for a JPC.