Chidambaram spends the night at CBI HQ, CBI to seek custodial interrogation after dramatic arrest of the ‘Kingpin of the scam’
The CBI will grill him at 10 am and later produce him in special court to seek custodial interrogation.
P Chidambaram case: SC didn’t take up the petition due to defects in it, CBI and ED file caveats at the apex court
After High Court refused anticipatory bail plea, Chidambaram's lawyers have approached SC while he remains missing
Earlier former aviation minister Praful Patel was summoned by the Enforcement Directorate in the aviation scam case.
Along with his Jor Bagh residence, the ED had also attached properties and bank deposits of Karti Chidambaram worth around Rs.54 crores in connection with the case in October last year.
Mansoor Khan, the owner of I Monetary Advisory (IMA), which provided investment options keeping with Islamic laws, fled India in June. He had left behind an audio clip threatening to commit suicide.
CVC gives permission to prosecute four former Congress era finance ministry officers in the INX Media case
The CBI had alleged that the concerned officers of the FIPB unit of the Ministry of Finance, by virtue of the influence exercised over them by Karti Chidambaram, ignored the serious illegality on the part of INX Media
Congress has so many skeletons in their cupboard that they should rather have gone a one-off retort by the PM Modi after years of harassment.
Ulrik McKnight, Gautam Makkar, Sonia Faleiro, Congress, a defence deal and how it all relates to Rahul Gandhi
Gautam Makker, whose company got the defence contracts is related to Ulrik McKnight, who was a director in a company with Congress President Rahul Gandhi.
Brother-in-law of Congress leader Kamal Nath converted nearly Rs. 242 crores to dollars using bogus bills: Reports
Income-Tax (IT) Department had conducted raids on more than 50 locations connected to Kamal Nath, MP Chief Minister’s OSD, Ratul Puri (Kamal Nath’s nephew), Amira Group, and Moser Bayer.
Former Niti Ayog Vice Chairman slams Rahul Gandhi’s ‘NYAY’: Fiscally imprudent and may cost more than India’s defence budget
The Congress has promised to provide cash support to the poorest 20 percent households of the country if it is voted to power in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. The party promised to target five crore families or 25 crore individuals as beneficiaries of the scheme.