Robert Vadra

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How did panel clear Vadra-DLF deal? Official notes are missing, says govt

Khemka sought documents to ascertain how the official committee was constituted.


#Express5: Agra a blip, RSS to step up ‘ghar wapsi’; Relief for 1984 riot victims

We recommend that you go through Thursday’s top five stories of The Indian Express.


Three firms that bought land from Vadra have records riddled with holes

The Indian Express found that none of the three companies exists at their registered addresses as mentioned in the Registrar of Companies (RoC) records.


Express 5: BJP promises voting rights to Pak refugees; Vadra firms profit reaped up to 600 per cent

We recommend that you go through these five stories from The Indian Express before starting your day.


In 3 years, Robert Vadra firms reaped up to 600 per cent profit in land deals

Vadra’s firms were selling land in 2012 at 3 to 7 times the price they bought it for in 2009-10, they were buying land in the same areas at, roughly, the 2009-10 rates.


Official who cleared Vadra-DLF land deal suspended in another case

Khemka had submitted his 105-page report to the state government on May 21, 2013.

Robert Serious, Come Quick

In the lull before Modi’s Varanasi visit, Vadra struck.


The award goes to

Robert Vadra’s turn as himself was exceptional.

Letters to the editor: Snakes in the garden

Fortunately, the Indian government has the historic softening of global oil prices on its side.

Robert’s way

Vadra needs to be serious, because he cannot be above question


Let media do its work: Javadekar on Vadra spat

They move HC against termination of Assembly membership


Express LOL: Robert Vadra’s Are You Serious moments through history

Check out Robert Vadra’s ‘Are You Serious’ comment when he attacked a journalist at Express LOL.


Sandeep Dikshit first to speak out in Congress against Robert Vadra: ‘Such display unfortunate’

The Congress officially issued a statement backing Vadra, seeking to counter the BJP.


Repeated hounding not appropriate: Congress on Vadra media row

Unpleasantness of repeatedly asking questions at private functions, like what happened with Robert Vadra on Saturday, must be avoided at all times: Congress


BJP attacks Robert Vadra over ‘inappropriate’ behaviour towards journalist

Vadra reportedly pushed aside the microphone of a reporter when he was quizzed about his controversial land deals in Haryana.