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.

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 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.

CBI can register cases arising out of Radia tapes on SC order

CBI told the Supreme Court that it can register cases on its directions on certain issues as the records of Niira Radia tapes suggest criminality.

Radia tapes: SC seeks Govt`s reply on Tata`s plea

The Supreme Court Thursday sought
response from the government on whether it could share the probe report on leakage of controversial Radia tapes with Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata.

Radia tapes tampered; not leaked by govt: Centre

In a submission before the Supreme Court, the Central government on Tuesday said the Niira Radia tapes were actually “tampered”.

SC defers hearing of Tata`s plea on Radia tapes

SC deferred
hearing of Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata`s plea on violation
of his right to privacy after the leakage of his telephonic
conversations with corporate lobbyist Niira Radia tapped by
the Income Tax Department.

I-T dept withholding Radia tapes: CBI to SC

The CBI and ED have complained to the SC about the Income Tax department`s actions.

Tata dissatisfied over probe into leakage of Radia tapes

Ratan Tata has asked SC to order a probe by an independent agency into the leakage of his tapped telephonic talk with corporate lobbyist Niira Radia expressing dissatisfaction over the ongoing investigation.

Outlook opposes Tata petition on Radia tapes

Tata Chief Ratan Tata`s plea for stopping further publication of his conversation with corporate lobbyist Niira Radia has been opposed in the SC by the newsmagazine `Outlook`.

SC issues notice to Centre on Radia tapes

A PIL has sought direction to the Centre to release all the 5,800 taped conversations Niira Radia.

Radia tapes: Tata slams govt stand

Ratan Tata alleged the govt remained least bothered about the violation of an individual`s privacy.

Assange- A hero or a villain

Wikileaks and the Radia Tapes carry the hallmark of the journalism of sensation.

Assange- A hero or a villain

Wikileaks and the Radia Tapes carry the hallmark of the journalism of sensation.

Radia tapes: Who leaked the info?

Centre is to probe if any
official info was leaked to Niira
Radia by BJP Gen Sec Ananth Kumar.

`Some editors not following standards of journalism`

The Editors Guild of India has expressed concern over some well-known editors not following the "best traditions of journalism".

Radia tapes: Don`t drag names, SC tells media

The Supreme Court today asked
the media not to drag the name of any person figuring in
the controversial Nira Radia tapes until the case was decided
by it as dignity of every individual was precious.

Radia tapes: Tata`s plea to come up in Feb, claims rebutted

Slating for early February 2011 the hearing on Ratan Tata`s plea for a ban on publication of the Radia tapes` transcripts, SC asked entral govt to submit to it the complaints against corporate lobbyist Nira Radia.

Radia tapes: Tata`s plea to be opposed in SC by NGO

Tata Group Chief Ratan Tata`s plea seeking stopping of further publication of his taped conversations with Corporate lobbyist Niira Radia is likely to be opposed in the Supreme Court by an NGO.

Strange why Tata doesn’t want tapes to go public: Prashant Bhushan

Zeenews.com’s Swati Chaturvedi caught up with Prashant Bhushan, a senior Supreme Court advocate, who has filed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in the SC seeking the prosecution of former telecom minister A Raja.