Cabinet has done whatever it could do: Azad on Ganguly

Expressing his ignorance about allegations that Justice (retd) AK Ganguly was framed for his 2G verdict, Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad on Monday said Union Cabinet has done whatever done in his matter.

Left sniffs conspiracy to malign Justice Ganguly

Hinting that sexual harassment against Asok Ganguly may be attempt to corner him, West Bengal Left Front chairman Biman Bose said attempts have been made to malign Ganguly since after 2G verdict.

‘BJP trying to grab power through cheap politics’

Buoyed by the dismissal of case
against P Chidambaram on 2G issue by a Delhi court, Congress
Monday stepped up attack on BJP accusing it of trying to grab
power by attempting to destabilise government through its
"cheap politics".

2G: `Wrong policy decisions can be cancelled`

Retired SC judge AK Ganguly Monday asserted that the courts can certainly scrutinise and strike down policy decisions which are unconstitutional.

2G verdict: Cong questions BJP`s anti-graft plank

Congress on Saturday questioned BJP`s
credentials to fight corruption by focussing on its induction
of "corrupt discards of BSP" in poll-bound UP.

SC ruling on 2G vindicates PAC draft report: Joshi

BJP leader MM Joshi Friday said that the SC verdict quashing 2G spectrum allocation to 122 companies is a virtual endorsement of the "draft report" of Parliament`s PAC
headed by him and vindicates his stand.

Review petition likely against 2G verdict: Digvijay

Digvijay Singh said that the government carried on the policy "which was enunciated during the NDA regime. There is nothing wrong with the policy".

2G verdict to end policy paralysis: Experts

The Supreme Court judgement that
cancelled 122 telecom licences in the 2G spectrum allocation scam will end policy paralysis in the government and lead to
transparent rules, experts said Thursday.

No strength in Kapil Sibal`s defence: JD(U)

JD(U) spokesman Shivanand Tiwari Thursday
said there was "no substance or strength" in Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal`s statement defending the 2G spectrum allocation case.

Govt maintains studied silence on 2G verdict

Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh immediately after the apex court cancelled all 122 licences issued in January, 2008.