New Delhi, Nov 29: Hearing in the CBI vs CBI case has begun in the Supreme Court. Proceedings began with Alok Verma distancing himself from the petition filed by M K Sinha who had challenged his transfer and also made allegations against several officers including the National Security Advisor.
New Delhi, Nov 20: Nothing surprises us anymore was a remark made by Chief Justice of India, Ranjan Gogoi. The observation was made, when a petition filed by a CBI officer was being heard in the Supreme Court on Monday.
New Delhi, Nov 16: The Supreme Court has said that the Central Vigilance Commission’s report on Alok Verma CBI director in exile has been very complimentary on some charges and not so complimentary on others. While making these observations the court said that the matter may need further investigation.
New Delhi, Nov 13: The Central Vigilance Commission on Monday submitted its report against CBI director, Alok Verma in the Supreme Court. While most of the points raised in the complaint have been addressed, there are some that have been flagged and may require a further probe, a source informed OneIndia.
New Delhi, Nov 12: The Central Vigilance Commission has submitted its report on CBI director, Alok Verma in the Supreme Court. The Bench headed by Chief Justice of India, Ranjan Gogoi has deferred hearing on the matter to Friday.
New Delhi, Nov 10: CBI director, Alok Verma who appeared before the Central Vigilance Commission denied all charges of corruption levelled against him. He gave a point wise refusal to all the charges levelled against him by special director, Rakesh Asthana, who incidentally had followed him to the office of the CVC, but could not get an audience, officials said.
New Delhi, Nov 9: CBI director in exile, Alok Verma has appeared before the Central Vigilance Commission today. He is deposing before the commission, which is probing allegations of bribery against him as per the directive of the Supreme Court.
New Delhi, Nov 7: CBI director in exile, Alok Verma has told the Central Vigilance Commission that the allegations of bribe against him are false. He submitted his reply to the CVC which was ordered by the Supreme Court to probe the allegations against him and submit a report in two weeks time.
New Delhi, Oct 31: There seems to be no end to the spat within the Central Bureau of Investigation. Days after the Supreme Court ordered a CVC probe into the allegations against CBI director in exile, Alok Verma, another officer moved the court challenging his transfer.
New Delhi, Oct 27: There were several questions raised as to why the union government took a midnight decision to send CBI chief, Alok Verma on leave. It may be recalled that it was past midnight when the government decided to put an end to the ugly spat between Verma and his deputy Rakesh Asthana.