A rose by any other name is still a rose; an illogical act by any other name is still an illogical act.
The case was transferred to the court of special CBI judge Bharat Parashar, who is exclusively dealing with the cases of coal scam.
Spares four allotments, gives CIL six months to take over blocks, imposes additional levy of Rs 295 per metric ton.
The chargesheet was filed on March 27 this year against the Dardas and AMR director Manoj Jayaswal.
The apex court will pronounce its verdict at 2 PM on blocks whose allocation was declared illegal by it.
Sinha pleaded that continuance of this case even for a single day would cause more public harm and would affect 2G cases.
SC asked the CBI not to take any final decision on any case after serious allegations against its Director Ranjit Sinha.
The FIR in the case was lodged after a preliminary enquiry was initiated by CBI on a reference by CVC.
Rai claimed that Cong leaders had sought to apply pressure on him to keen the PM’s name out of audit reports.
The bench agreed to issue notice to Sinha and posted the case after next date of hearing of 2G scam, Sep 15.
The Department of Personnel and Training has convened a meeting on Tuesday to discuss the issue of giving consent in cases relating to coal block allocation scam and hacking.
Supreme Court judgment is welcome. Government must now move forward with a more transparent policy.
CBI filed the case against Birla late last year in relation to a block allocated in 2005 to Hindalco Industries.
The firm was chargesheeted for allegedly misrepresenting facts to get coal blocks between 2006 and 2009.
Company officials said they will give their comment once the searches were over.