Did IAS officer DK Ravi call batchmate just once, or 42 times before death?

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has reportedly said that senior IAS officer and former additional commissioner of enforcement in the commercial taxes department in Karnataka, DK Ravi, who allegedly committed suicide in his flat on March 16, may have called his batchmate only once and not over 42 times as was earlier reported.

Punjab Congress leaders to meet President today seeking central rule
Punjab Congress leaders to meet President today seeking central rule

Top leaders of Punjab Congress will meet President Pranab Mukherjee on Wednesday, demanding central rule in the state over allegedly deteriorating law and order and a CBI probe against the present dispensation.

HC transfers Madan Mitra's bail plea to city sessions court

The Calcutta High Court on Friday directed that the Chief Judge of the city sessions court would hear the bail prayer of West Bengal Transport Minister Madan Mitra in the Saradha scam after the CBI sought transfer of the plea from Alipore district court.

Arrested LeT operative wanted to flee to Pak from Nepal in 2010: Investigator

Irfan Ahmad, a key LeT and Indian Mujahideen operative who was recently apprehended by Delhi Police, had planned to flee to Pakistan before he was arrested in Nepal in 2010 for trying to acquire Nepalese citizenship on forged documents.

Ishrat Jahan case: Only jailed accused DSP Amin also gets bail

DSP NK Amin, the only accused left in jail in the 2004 Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case, was on Friday granted bail by a special CBI court on grounds of worsening health and parity with co-accused.

AgustaWestland probe: CBI awaiting response from 8 countries, Parliament told

CBI's probe in India into alleged irregularities in the AgustaWestland VVIP helicopter deal is at an advanced stage even as the agency is awaiting responses from eight countries to which it has sent letters rogatory in this connection, Lok Sabha was informed on Thursday.

YSR Congress blames Andhra CM for killings of party cadre

YSR Congress party president YS Jaganmohan Reddy on Monday blamed Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu for the killings of his party cadres.

Jharkhand villagers convinced to get branded as Naxalites in exchange for jobs: Congress
Jharkhand villagers convinced to get branded as Naxalites in exchange for jobs: Congress

Jharkhand Pradesh Congress Committee (JPCC) president Sukhdeo Bhagat on Saturday alleged that 514 innocent villagers in Jharkhand had been convinced to get branded as Naxalites and made to surrender with false promise of providing them jobs under the state government's Surrender and Rehabilitation policy by the BJP-led government in 2011.

Dawood Ibrahim wanted to surrender? Former Delhi top cop Neeraj Kumar denies report
Dawood Ibrahim wanted to surrender? Former Delhi top cop Neeraj Kumar denies report

Former Delhi police commissioner Neeraj Kumar on Saturday denied reports which quoted him claiming that 1993 Mumbai serial blasts mastermind, Dawood Ibrahim, was willing to surrender but CBI refused his offer.

Badaun case: Court asks CBI to share evidence with victims' lawyer

A local court here on Thursday directed the CBI to provide a copy of the evidence to the victims' counsel in connection with the death of two cousin sisters in May last year.

CBI unlikely to give clearance to AgustaWestland

The CBI is unlikely to give clearance to AgustaWestland, facing alleged bribery charges, for taking part in 'Make in India' programme after the company made a request citing an Italian court order acquitting it on charges of international corruption in sale of VVIP choppers to India.

No Andhra demand for CBI probe into woodcutters' killing: Rajnath Singh

Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said the central government cannot ask the CBI to probe the killing of woodcutters in Andhra Pradesh as the state has not asked for it.

Judicial supervision of graft cases hindering decision-making: Jaitley
Judicial supervision of graft cases hindering decision-making: Jaitley

The judicial supervision of corruption cases has hindered the "whole process of economic decision-making" as investigators try to make a case even in instances of "genuine error of judgement", Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Monday said.

Judicial supervision of graft cases hindering decision-making: Arun Jaitley

The judicial supervision of corruption cases has hindered the "whole process of economic decision-making" as investigators try to make a case even in instances of "genuine error of judgement", Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Monday.

Rajasthan farmer's family demands CBI probe into his death

The family of farmer Gajendra Singh, who committed suicide at an AAP rally in Delhi, on Friday demanded an CBI probe into the circumstances leading to his death.

CBI suspects scam of over Rs 4,000 crore in railways

Sniffing a major scam of at least Rs 4,000 crore in the railways, CBI is likely to file a case soon into alleged under-reporting of the actual weight of loaded goods wagons through the manipulation of software by officials.

Delhi court issues non- bailable warrant against ex-MLA Rambir Shokeen

A court here on Monday issued a non- bailable warrant (NBW) against former Independent MLA Rambir Shokeen who was evading joining the investigation in the case in which his nephew and gangster Neeraj Bawana was arrested.

Saradha scam: CBI names former minister Matang Sinh in chargesheet
Saradha scam: CBI names former minister Matang Sinh in chargesheet

The Central Bureau of Investigation on Friday filed a chargesheet naming former union minister Matang Sinh and four of his companies in connection with various offences in the multi-crore-rupee Saradha scam.

Delhi HC asks CBI to look into info on morphed pic of Azad-Heptulla

The Delhi High Court on Friday asked the CBI to look into the information given by a civil servant on the alleged morphing of photos of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad and Najma Heptulla in a book on the country's first education minister.

Kerala court rejects PoE's anticipatory bail plea

A court in Kerala on Friday rejected the anticipatory bail plea of Protector of Emigrants (PoE) L. Adolfus in an alleged scam pertaining to recruitment of nurses to Kuwait, said a CBI source.