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Petitioners using ‘stolen’ documents with an intention to present selective and incomplete picture of Rafale Deal: Defence Ministry
In March, the controversial left-wing lawyer Prashant Bhushan wanted to file an eight-page note, which was allegedly "stolen" from the defence ministry and later published by N Ram of the Hindu.
SC to allow the admissibility of three ‘stolen’ documents of Rafale deal as evidence in examining review petitions
The Union government represented by Attorney General KK Venugopal had argued that the review petition should be dismissed at the preliminary stage itself because they were based on "stolen" documents published in newspapers like The Hindu.
Dragging late Manohar Parrikar in his poll rhetorics, Rahul Gandhi asserted that he had beforehand knowledge of corruption in the Rafale Deal
While Dhruv Rathee blames BJP for spending crores on ads, who is sponsoring promotion of his Youtube video on Rafale deal?
First Dhruv Rathee claimed screenshot showing ad of his video was fake, then he claimed someone was running them
Congress leader AK Antony says he ‘delayed Rafale deal in national interest’ even as Rahul Gandhi continues to blame Modi govt
Congress Defence Minister AK Antony has said that the Rafale deal was delayed by him as the Defence Minister due to "National Interest"
As Congress looks to delay Rafale deal, Air Force left to scrounge for 1980s planes in Russian junkyard
Think about the Air Force pilots who will have to fly these 40-year junk planes that we are purchasing from the Russian garbage dump in our desperation
N Ram publishes more lies about the Rafale deal in The Hindu
Just a day before CAG report on Rafale to be tabled in Parliament, Congress raises conflict of interest allegations against CAG
“The Hindu report is an effort to malign the Rafale Deal”, says Air Marshal SBP Sinha, head of Indian Negotiation Team
Air Marshal SBP Sinha, who headed the Indian Negotiation Team in Rafale deal said that said that defence ministry note was not about price
Rahul Gandhi’s cruel joke on pilots, says money from Rafale deal could be given as compensation when they die in crash
Rahul Gandhi says ₹30,000 crore could have given to fighter pilots when they die in a plane crash.