Mamata should leave UPA if she is against corruption: BJP

Accusing Trinamool Congress chief
Mamata Banerjee of remaining silent on the 2G spectrum scam,
the BJP said she should resign as Railway Minister and
dissociate from the UPA, if she was against corruption.

Supreme Court to monitor 2G spectrum scam probe

The CBI and ED have to submit progress
report of the investigation by February 10, 2011.

UPA allies too favour JPC probe, claims BJP

The BJP on Wednesday claimed some allies
of the UPA are not averse to a JPC probe into the 2G spectrum
allocation scam.

`Nakkeran` defends its employee on 2G scam issue

Tamil weekly `Nakkeran` on Wednesday refuted certain media reports that its employee Kamaraj was having a stake in a company run by former Union Minister Raja`s family.

2G spectrum scam: Left Parties to launch nationwide campaign

Stepping up their offensive
against the UPA Government on the 2G spectrum issue, the Left
parties on Wednesday said they will soon launch a nation-wide joint
campaign with like minded parties.

Ramdev for putting Raja, others behind bars

Yoga guru Baba Ramdev on Saturday demanded that former Telecom Minister A Raja and others
allegedly involved in the 2G Spectrum Allocation scam be put
behind the bars.

Corruption is a part of Congress: BJP

Corruption has become a part of
Congress, Rajsthan deputy Opposition leader Ghanshyam Tiwari
alleged as he blamed the state government for non-performance and lack of integrity.

I have not seen Niira Radia tapes: Home Secretary

Home Secretary GK Pillai on Saturday said neither has he heard or seen the tapes of conversations between corporate lobbyist Niira Radia and others nor has he
leaked them at the behest of Home Minister P Chidambaram.

BJP says it doesn`t want to get involved in corporate wars

After one of its spokesmen
attacked Ratan Tata, BJP on Thursday sought to distance itself from
the industrialist`s criticism of NDA government`s telecom
policy, saying it did not want to get embroiled in corporate
wars.

Parliament adjourned over JPC demand

Both Houses of Parliament were again adjourned on Thursday over the Opposition`s demand for a joint parliamentary committee (JPC) probe into the 2G spectrum allotment of 2008.

2G Spectrum: SC poser on Home Secretary`s statement

The Supreme Court on Wednesday wanted to know whether there was any substance in the reported statement of Union Home Secretary G K Pillai that what has come into public domain from the Niira Radia tape was a "tip of the iceberg".

Left announces protests on 2G issue, talking to non-NDA parties

Irked by government`s refusal
to accept the demand for JPC probe into the 2G spectrum scam,
Left parties on Tuesday decided to organise protests across the
country to "take the issue to the people".

LS adjourned for 17th day over panel demand

The Lok Sabha was adjourned for the 17th consecutive day Monday as Opposition MPs continued to press for a joint parliamentary committee (JPC) probe into the 2G spectrum allocation scam.

Oppn`s role in 2G Spectrum issue unfortunate, says Sharma

Union Minister Anand Sharma on Saturday
termed as unfortunate the Opposition`s disruption of
Parliament proceedings on the alleged 2-G Spectrum scam.

CVC may quit ahead of Monday`s SC hearing

CVC has been maintaining that there was no corruption charge against him and his conscience was clear.

2G spectrum case: CBI may question Raja, aide

The CBI may soon question former
Telecom Minister A Raja and his close associate R K Chandolia
in connection with the alleged scam in allocation of 2G
spectrum to various telephone service providers.

Phone taps should not be leaked: Chidambaram

Union Home Minister P Chidambaram on Friday expressed himself against leakage of telephone conversations tapped for investigations but felt "some of it is inevitable".

2G spectrum case: Deadlock likely to continue in Parliament next week

The deadlock in Parliament is
expected to continue next week with the Government once again
rejecting the demand for a JPC into 2G spectrum scam alleging
that the Opposition was using the stalemate as a "political
weapon".

2G spectrum case: ED questions Raja`s close aide

The Enforcement Directorate has questioned former Telecom Minister A Raja`s close aide RK Chandolia in connection with the alleged 2G spectrum scam and indicated that more officials are under the scanner.

2G scam: SC pulls up Raja for disregarding PM’s advice

The apex court took strong exception to the tone and tenor of Raja`s letter to the Prime Minister.