CBI summons BCCI chief in Jagan case
The CBI has called BCCI chief and India Cements managing director N
Srinivasan for questioning in connection with disproportionate assets
cases against YSR Congress chief Jaganmohan Reddy, agency sources said
on Friday.They said Srinivasan has been asked to appear next week at
the CBI office here.
is probing the alleged investments made by Srinivasan's company India
Cements in the companies promoted by the Kadapa MP during the tenure
of his father YS Rajshekhara Reddy as chief minister, the sources
agency has also asked officials of some other cement companies to
appear for questioning, they said.
sources said the cement companies could be asked about water and
limestone allocations made during the tenure of Rajashekhara Reddy as
to contact Srinivasan did not materialise. The CBI, in its three
charge sheets filed against Jagan and others, has alleged that he and
his father had hatched a conspiracy to defraud the government with
Jagan influencing Rajasekhara Reddy in doling out certain favours to
various investors, who made investments in Jagan's businesses.
Coalgate: 4 state govts under CBI scanner
Delhi: Expanding the net further in the alleged coal scam probe,
Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) will examine the role of four
state governments in the alleged irregularities in the allocation of
coal mines to private companies between 2006 and 2009.
per reports, Friday, the CBI has asked the power and coal ministries
of West Bengal, Odisha, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh to furnish details
about the procedure employed for the allocation of coal mines to 220
central investigating agency is probing whether any
‘recommendations’ were made to favour some companies in allotting
mines at cheaper rates.
Central Bureau of Investigation had launched a preliminary inquiry
into the alleged scam last month.
aspects are at the centre of the probe: Any misuse of allocation of
coal blocks and/or misuse of coal blocks by private companies.
CBI was asked by the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) to probe the
complaints related to alleged losses to the public exchequer in
allocation of coal blocks.
Talwars' trial begins today
Delhi: The trial of Rajesh and Nupur Talwar in the Aarushi-Hemraj
murder case will begin at a Ghaziabad court on Friday. The court will
begin examining the prosecution witnesses in the double murder case.
The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that Rajesh and Nupur Talwar would
have to face trial in the twin murders of their daughter Aarushi and
domestic help Hemraj, prompting the "deeply disappointed"
dentist couple to vow that they would nail the killers and that
justice would one day prevail.
the Supreme Court bench of justice AK Patnaik and justice JS Khehar
rejected Nupur Talwar's petition seeking review of the earlier order
that she and her husband be tried for the 2008 murders and also turned
down the plea for further investigation in the case, legal experts
said proving innocence in court was now their only option.
Nupur Talwar is at the Dasna jail in Ghaziabad, Rajesh Talwar is out
The court cautioned Nupur Talwar to desist from wasting the time of the court by challenging every order of the lower court right up to apex court. The court said that failure to do so would invite exemplary costs.