2G: A Raja questions Niira Radia's testimony on Swan Telecom

Former Telecom Minister A Raja Monday questioned in a court the testimony of controversial former corporate lobbyist Niira Radia accusing him of granting 2G licences to Swan Telecom Private Limited, alleged to be an ineligible firm.

Radia tapes: SC to first hear issue of right to privacy

The bench said in the first part it will hear the aspects concerning right to privacy i.e. Right to privacy vis-a-vis government, right to privacy vis-a-vis press and right to know information.

Radia tapes: CBI to examine Ratan Tata and Cyrus Mistry

CBI has registered 14 preliminary enquiries into issues of alleged corruption arising in the communications of Radia intercepted by the Income Tax department.

Radia tapes: Ratan Tata, Cyrus Mistry to be examined

Ratan Tata and Cyrus Mistry will be examined by CBI in connection with Radia tapes.

Niira Radia's firms to be prosecuted: SFIO tells SC

The Serious Fraud Investigating Office (SFIO) has told the Supreme Court that it is all set to prosecute various Vaishnavi group companies owned by controversial former corporate lobbyist Niira Radia for alleged violation of the Companies Act.

No tax evasion angle to probe in Radia tapes: I-T to SC

The Income Tax department, on directions of the Supreme Court in connection with the 2G spectrum allocation case, has found no instance of tax evasion after going through the entire range of intercepted conversations of corporate lobbyist Niira Radia.

CBI to recommend closure of Radia tape inquiries

CBI has not found any criminality in the 14 preliminary enquiries registered by it on the basis of intercepted conversations of corporate lobbyist Niira Radia and would inform the Supreme Court about it.

Radia tapes: CBI to examine more journalists, business honchos

CBI sources said the agency would give details of examinations carried out by it in connection with 14 preliminary enquiries arising out of tapped conversations.

Radia tapes: CBI finds no criminality 'so far'

CBI has informed Supreme Court that it has "so far" not found any criminality in the 14 preliminary enquiries registered on the basis of intercepted conversations of corporate lobbyist Niira Radia.

Radia tapes: CBI to examine more journalists, business honchos

CBI will approach Supreme Court soon seeking more time to probe intercepted communications of corporate lobbyist Niira Radia as it has lined up examination of some prominent journalists and business honchos whose conversations have come under scrutiny of the agency.

CBI examines senior journalist in Radia tapes connection

CBI has recently examined a senior journalist in connection with its probe into tapped conversations of lobbyist Niira Radia.

SC bench recuses from hearing Niira Radia tape case

The Supreme Court bench headed by Justice G.S. Singhvi Wednesday recused itself from hearing the matter.

Radia tapes: CBI registers PE against I-T officer

CBI has registered one more preliminary enquiry related to Radia tapes against a senior Income Tax officer who was allegedly trying to get transferred by bribing other officers.

Radia tapes leaked due to corporate rivalry: Tata to SC

Former Tata Group chairman Ratan Tata on Friday told the Supreme Court that the tapped telephonic conversations between corporate lobbyist Niira Radia and top politicians, bureaucrats and businessmen, including himself, were leaked to the media because of corporate rivalry.

Radia Tapes: CBI registers 8 fresh preliminary enquiries

CBI on Wednesday registered eight more preliminary enquiries (PEs) in connection with issues related to intercepted phone calls of lobbyist Niira Radia.

Radia Tapes: CBI registers four enquiries, 10 more soon

CBI Tuesday commenced its probe into four issues in connection with the tapped conversations of lobbyist Niira Radia with various high-profile individuals as part of its separate preliminary enquiries (PE) in 14 related cases.

Radia tapes: SC asks CBI to probe corporates, tax officials

A bench headed by Justice G S Singhvi asked the agency to investigate alleged criminal misconduct by public servants in respect of survey/raid conducted by I-T department.

2G: Supreme Court orders CBI probe on Radia tapes

The apex court, which perused the confidential reports of the committee, had said the scrutiny of call details reflect issues concerning national security.

Radia tapes not restricted to 2G spectrum alone: SC

Scrutiny of the tapped conversations of former corporate lobbyist Niira Radia with influential people has revealed that they were not restricted to 2G spectrum alone and "throw light on different" spheres including, recruitment of members in Railway Board, the Supreme Court said on Friday.

Radia tapes not restricted to 2G spectrum alone: SC

Scrutiny of the tapped conversations of former corporate lobbyist Niira Radia with influential people has revealed that they were not restricted to 2G spectrum alone and "throw light on different" spheres including, recruitment of members in Railway Board, the Supreme Court said on Friday.