Face to face with Indrani to lie detector test: Here is what awaits Chidambaram

chidambaram-indraniNew Delhi, Aug 23: Former finance minister, P Chidambaram is likely to be taken to the Byculla jail in Mumbai, where he is expected to be brought face to face with Indrani Mukerjea.

It may be recalled that the CBI had taken similar action, when it had arrested Chidambaram’s son, Karti Chidambaram in connection with the INX Media case. The CBI is planning this action in the wake of Chidambaram repeatedly maintaining that he had never had any meeting with Indrani and Peter Mukerjea in 2007 over the Foreign Investment Promotion Board clearances for foreign investment into INX Media.

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First a cup of tea and then questioned late into the night: Chidambaram’s second day in CBI custody

chidambaram-cbiNew Delhi, Aug 23: P Chidambaram who is in CBI custody was questioned late into the night.

A Delhi court had remanded him in CBI custody until August 26 on Thursday. This was his second night in CBI custody after he had been arrested on Wednesday. He is lodged in the Suit Number 5 at the CBI headquarters, which is on the ground floor.

Father-son duo of Chidambaram, Karti to be brought face-to-face for interrogation

karti-chidamNew Delhi, Aug 22: The Central Bureau of Investigation, which arrested former finance minister, P Chidambaram is likely to bring him face to face with his son Karti Chidambaram.
Karti, also an accused in the INX Media case would be asked to join the investigations, a CBI source tells OneIndia. Karti, who was earlier arrested is out on bail. Bring them face to face would be important for the investigations as it would help us corroborate the versions better, the source also added.

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Locked up in lock up number 5, how Chidambaram spent the night in custody

chidamabaram-arrestNew Delhi Aug 22: P Chidambaram was arrested after the immense drama that lasted the entire night. CBI officers were seen scaling the wall of his home before they could arrest him in the INX Media case.

Chidambaram, who is currently being questioned at the CBI headquarters will be produced later before the court, where the agency would seek his custodial interrogation.

Justice Gaur who rejected Chidambaram’s plea had also trashed challenge to summons by Sonia Gandhi

justice-sunil-gaurNew Delhi, Aug 21: Justice Sunil Gaur of the Delhi High Court was in the news on Tuesday after he rejected a plea filed by P Chidambaram, seeking anticipatory bail in the INX Media case.

Due to retire, this Friday, it was Justice Gaur, who had also rejected a plea challenging the summons issued against Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi in the National Herald case.

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ED issues LOC against Chidambaram to restrict his movement across land, air, seaports

chidambaramNew Delhi, Aug 21: The Enforcement Directorate has issued a Look Out Circular as P Chidambaram remains untraceable.

The fresh Look Out Circular was issued against Chidambaram to restrict his movement across land, air and seaports, officials have said.

Aircel-Maxis: Days after being made accused, Chidambaram moves court seeking bail

chidambaramNew Delhi, July 23: Days after being named as an accused in the Aircel-Maxis case, former union minister, P Chidambaram has moved a bail plea. He moved the Patiala House court in Delhi seeking bail.

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CBI names P Chidambaram as accused in Aircel-Maxis case

New Delhi, July 19: The Central Bureau of Investigation has named former union minister, P Chidambaram as an accused in the Aircel-Maxis case. His name was mentioned in the supplementary chargesheet filed by the CBI.

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Aircel-Maxis: How FDI was wrongly projected at Rs 180 crore to avoid detailed scrutiny

karti-chidamThe chargesheet filed by the Enforcement Directorate in the Aircel-Maxis case mentions the name of former union minister, P Chidambaram in various places, but he has not been arrayed as an accused.

What transpired at the 6 hour questioning of Chidambaram by the ED

chidambaramFormer finance minister P Chidambaram was on Tuesday questioned for over six hours by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) during his second round of appearance in the Aircel-Maxis money laundering case, even as he reiterated that there was no offence committed.

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