66% businesses believe some form of bribery acceptable: Survey

 A whopping 66 per cent of businesses in the country believe that some form of bribery is acceptable, in spite of increased regulatory actions and public outcry against corruption, according to a survey.

Police man gets two years jail in bribery case in Tamil Nadu

A police sub inspector was on Saturday sentenced to two years jail by a special court for taking a bribe of Rs 2000 in 2003.

Former Premier League striker in court on fixing charge
Former Premier League striker in court on fixing charge

A former Premier League footballer accused of taking part in a plot to fix lower league matches stood trial on Monday when he faced bribery charges.

Bring guidelines for commercial bodies to prevent bribery: Law panel

 With India bidding big ticket investments, the Law Commission on Friday recommended mandatory norms by government for commercial organisations to prevent bribery.

DMK welcomes move to make bribery in polls cognisable offence

DMK on Monday welcomed NDA Government's proposal to make bribery during elections a cognisable offence but expressed reservations over empowering police to arrest violators without warrant.

Another charge in Alstom bribery case likely

A former Alstom SA official is expected in court here on Thursday to face charges of corruption and conspiring to dishonestly obtain services in relation to transportation contracts in India and Poland.

Patna SP arrests crime branch inspector on bribery charges

Patna SP Shivdeep Lande arrested a crime branch inspector levying bribery charges against him.

Alstom to pay USD 772 mln to settle bribery charges in US

French engineering giant Alstom has pleaded guilty and will pay USD 772 million to settle charges of paying bribes to foreign government officials to win contracts around the globe, the largest-ever fine levied by the US against a company for violations of bribery-related charges.

Delhi Police ACP, sub-inspector let off in bribery case

A local court has acquitted an ACP of Delhi Police's anti-extortion cell and one of its sub- inspectors, facing trial in a corruption case for allegedly demanding Rs 15 lakh from a man in 2007 to hush up a complaint against him.

Gujarat Vigilance Commission received 8,263 complaints in 2013

Gujarat Vigilance Commission, an independent statutory body, received as many as 8,263 complaints in 2013.

UN tells Somalia to quit paying for votes

The UN's representative in Somalia says he is concerned bribes are being paid to parliamentarians to vote to oust the prime minister.

DMRC bribery case: Alstom Transport India ex-MD to face charge in UK

A former managing director of Alstom Transport India, the first person to face charges in connection with a bribery investigation into the UK subsidiary of the French train and turbine giant, will appear in court next month.

Railgate: Delhi court summons Pawan Bansal on Sep 22

A Delhi court has summoned former Railway Minister Pawan Bansal to depose as a witness in the Rs 10 crore cash-for-post railway bribery case on the next hearing scheduled on September 22, as per news reports on Tuesday.

Railgate: Pawan Bansal seeks exemption on health ground

Former railway minister Pawan Kumar Bansal, who was summoned as a witness in the Rs 10 crore cash-for-post railway bribery case, on Tuesday sought exemption from personal appearance on health grounds before a special court.

AAP legislator had written to Chief Justice of Delhi HC

On the day when AAP carried out a sting, which purportedly showed state BJP vice-president offering bribe to party MLA to switch side, the legislator had shot a letter to the Chief Justice of Delhi High Court saying if the saffron party offered him bribe, he will accept it to "expose their dirty tricks."

CBFC should be revamped: Leela Samson

The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) should be revamped as the institution doesn't have the freedom to take "independent decisions" and the film industry too doesn't have faith in it, says its chairperson Leela Samson.

Controversial film `Kaum De Heere` paid bribe to get censor certificate

`Kaum De Heere`, the Punjabi film which is based on the 1984 assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi has again grabbed the headlines.

I’ll immediately call the police: Aamir Khan on bribery

Aamir Khan has never experienced bribery for film certification. He says he doesn`t support palm-greasing and in case he comes across it, he will immediately inform the police.

Top Bollywood filmmakers to be questioned over CBFC CEO bribery case

Startling revelations have come out in the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) CEO, Rakesh Kumar bribery case. According to the latest reports, five Bollywood filmmakers and distributors are going to be questioned in the case.

3 days` police custody for censor board CEO

A Mumbai district court Tuesday sent Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) CEO Rakesh Kumar, arrested Monday in a bribery case, to three days` police custody, the CBI said.