Charges framed against 6 in Naval war room leak case

Eight years after CBI filed the charge sheet in a case relating to leakage of information from Naval war room, a court on Thursday framed charges against Ravi Shankaran, Abhishek Varma and four other former senior defence officials under Official Secrets Act (OSA).

Publication of "secret" govt correspondence under MHA scanner

The Union Home Ministry is considering a matter regarding publication of "secret" correspondence of two departments by a publisher in one of its books.

Suspected ISI spy gets seven years in jail

A sessions court on Monday convicted a man, arrested and booked under the Official Secrets Act for spying for Pakistan`s ISI.

Abhishek Verma alleges threat to life, extortion bid

Arms dealer Abhishek Verma is in judicial custody for allegedly violating the Official Secrets Act.

Maha govt absolves scribe booked under Official Secrets Act

Maharashtra government informed the Bombay High Court that no case was made out against a city journalist who was booked under Official Secrets Act for entering a notified area in search of news.

Abhishek Verma charged under Official Secrets Act

After receiving the complaint, the CBI took legal opinion on the alleged involvement of Verma as documents were not recovered from his possession but were provided by a third person.

CBI seeks views of Def Min on filing OSA case against Verma

CBI sources said reply of the Defence Ministry is still awaited and the agency will register a case under OSA if the Ministry decides to file a complaint.

CBI to seek Defence Ministry`s view on OSA violation

Abhishek Verma had filed case against Allen accusing him of cheating him of Rs 55 crore and forging documents to defame him. A litigation between the two is going on in the US as well.

Mumbai scribe booked under Official Secrets Act gets bail

A local magistrate`s court on Saturday
granted bail to a city-based journalist arrested by the
Government Railway Police (GRP) under the Official Secrets
Act.

Arrest of scribe under Official Secrets Act leads to outrage

The scribe, Tarakant Dwivedi alias Akela, was arrested
for his article in Mumbai Mirror on how the weapons, purchased
after the 26/11 terror attacks, were rotting in the armoury
due to water leakage in monsoon.

Indian history based on flattery,secrecy: Verghese

Veteran journo BG Verghese urged more people to write openly as it would
lead to wisdom.