New Delhi, Feb 11: The Supreme Court has refused to entertain a plea that sought a court monitored probe into the Saradha chit fund scam.
New Delhi, Feb 08: The National Investigation Agency has seized and attached property worth Rs 7.23 crore belonging to operatives of the Tritiya Prastuti Committee operating in Jharkhand.
Bengaluru, Feb 06: In the Karnataka assembly elections, the political parties spent a whopping Rs 129.72 crore on publicity. The highest was spent on publicity, followed by travel says a report prepared by the Association for Democratic Reforms.
Political parties are required to submit a statement of election expenditure to the Election Commission within 75 days of completion of Assembly Elections.
New Delhi, Feb 05: There have been multiple agencies that have probed the multi crore Saradha Scam which has now taken centre stage. The Supreme Court had to intervene today and direct the Police Commissioner of West Bengal to appear before the CBI at a neutral venue in Shillong.
New Delhi, Feb 06: The Central Bureau of Investigation has formed a five member team to grill Kolkata Police Commissioner, Rajeev Kumar in connection with the various chit fund cases.
New Delhi, Feb 05: The Saradha and Rose Valley scam are back in the news with an unprecedented incident in which, CBI officials were detained by the Kolkata Police. While the CBI has always been under attack since it took over the probe, this incident was a new low where the investigation of this scam is concerned.
New Delhi, Feb 05: The unprecedented incident in which CBI officers being detained by the Kolkata police, while trying to probe the chit fund cases is the talking point in the country today.
New Delhi, Feb 04: Rishi Kumar Shukla took charge as the new CBI director on Monday. He was appointed as the new CBI chief by a high powered panel on Saturday.
Kolkata, Feb 04: The Kolkata Police Commissioner, Rajeev Kumar finds himself at the centre of a controversy after the Central Bureau of Investigation tried to question him in connection with the chit fund scams in West Bengal.
New Delhi, Feb 05: The Supreme Court has directed the Kolkata Police Commissioner to appear before the Central Bureau of Investigation. While directing the commissioner, Rajeev Kumar to cooperate, the SC said that he will meet the CBI at Shillong, a neutral place.