Rafale: PMO above MOD, it can’t be called a parallel negotiation says Air Marshal Pandey

New Delhi, Feb 08: There is a raging debate on the Rafale Deal yet again. This time it is about a report that stated that the Defence Ministry had raised strong objections to the parallel negations by the Prime Minister’s Office relating to the deal.

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AgustaWestland: The importance of Rajeev Saxena and how he will help crack the money trail

New Delhi, Jan 31: A web of companies had been created in Tunisia, Mauritius and Dubai to park the kickbacks paid by AgustaWestland.

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AgustaWestland: After Michel, another accused deported to India

New Delhi, Jan 31: Rajeev Saxena, an accused in the AgustaWestland scam was deported from the UAE to India. He has been accused of money laundering by the Enforcement Directorate.

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Only God can help you, if you play with the law, SC tells Karti Chidambaram

New Delhi, Jan 30: The Supreme Court has directed Karti Chidambaram to appear before the Enforcement Directorate for questioninig in connection with the INX Media case.

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AgustaWestland: ED arrests James Christian Michel

New Delhi, Dec 22: The Enforcement Directorate has arrested alleged AgustaWestland middleman, James Christian Michel. The ED would question in connection with the financial transactions that went into the VVIP chopper deal.

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AgustaWestland: Michel disguised kickbacks as consultancy fees

New Delhi, Dec 21: The Central Bureau of Investigation which questioned alleged AgustaWestland middleman, James Christian Michel has said that his claims of payments are false.

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Rafale: Centre moves SC seeks correction on references to CAG report

Rafales-at-a-IAF-baseNew Delhi, Dec 15: The Centre has requested the Supreme Court to correct a factual error in Rafale verdict that was delivered on Friday.

Rafale: Politics aside, SC has protected national security, Air Marshal B K Pandey

New Delhi, Dec 14: The Rafale deal got an all clear from the Supreme Court on Friday., The court made it clear that it found no irregularities and also observed a country cannot be underprepared. It is not right for a court to sit as an appellant authority and scrutinise all aspects.

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Thumbs up for Rafale deal, no irregularities, no commercial favouritism found

Photo courtesy: defenseindustrydaily.comNew Delhi, Dec 14: The Supreme Court of India has found no irregularities in the government’s decision making process to procure the 36 Rafale jets from Dassault under the Indo-French intergovernmental agreement.

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Here is what Supreme Court said on Rafale deal: 12 points

New Delhi, Dec 14: In a major boost to the Union Government, the Supreme Court on Friday said that it found no irregularities in the Rafale deal. The court said that there were no irregularities, no commercial favouritism and added that it would not go into the pricing.

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