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Delhi court to hear on July 30 CBI's plea for further probe in Bofors case

Delhi court to hear on July 30 CBI’s plea for further probe in Bofors case

The Rs 1,437-crore deal between India and Swedish arms manufacturer AB Bofors for the supply of 400 155mm howitzer guns for the Indian Army was entered into on March 24, 1986. Swedish Radio had claimed that the company had paid bribes to top Indian politicians and defence personnel.

Shield CBI from political obstruction on Bofors cases: Parliamentary panel draft report

CBI should probe Bofors cases swiftly: PAC sub-panel

The sub-committee, headed by BJD leader in the Lok Sabha Bhartruhari Mahtab, adopted the draft at a meeting on Wednesday.

Shield CBI from political obstruction on Bofors cases: Parliamentary panel draft report

Shield CBI from political obstruction on Bofors cases: Parliamentary panel draft report

The CBI recently filed a petition in the Supreme Court challenging a 2005 order of the Delhi High Court quashing all charges against those accused in the politically-sensitive pay-off case.

CBI court sentences former Jharkahnd minister 5-year-jail term

Bofors case: Trial court to hear CBI’s plea for further probe on April 7

The CBI had on February 1 moved the trial court seeking permission for further probe into the matter saying it had come across fresh material and evidence.

SC orders demolition of illegal constructions in Kasauli

Bofors hearing adjourned in Supreme Court as judge Khanwilkar recuses

On February 4, 2004, another Delhi HC judge, retired Justice J D Kapoor, had exonerated late PM Rajiv Gandhi in the case but directed framing of forgery charge against Swedish arms manufacturer A B Bofors.

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Justice Khanwilkar recuses from hearing Bofors case in Supreme Court

The apex court was to hear the petition filed by BJP leader Ajay Agrawal challenging the May 31, 2005 decision of the Delhi High Court quashing all charges against all the accused persons in the case.

Bofors plea in SC to gain cheap publicity with eye on Lok Sabha elections: Congress

Bofors plea in SC to gain cheap publicity with eye on Lok Sabha elections: Congress

The Rs 1,437-crore deal between India and Swedish arms manufacturer AB Bofors for the supply of 400 155mm howitzer guns for the Indian Army was entered into on March 24, 1986, when Rajiv Gandhi was the prime minister.

Bofors move to gain 'cheap publicity': Congress

Bofors move to gain ‘cheap publicity’: Congress

The Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha alleged that the government had devised a new tactic, under which opposition leaders are “harassed” through various central agencies such as the CBI and the ED, and asserted that they not get bogged down and fight the BJP “with full strength”.

Bofors move to gain 'cheap publicity': Congress

Despite Attorney General’s advice, CBI moves Supreme Court to re-open Bofors case

Bofors case: The CBI attributed the delay in filing the SLP against the 2005 High Court order to the then (UPA) government’s refusal to grant it permission to approach the court.

The case of criminal conspiracy, cheating and corruption has been registered on a complaint from Major General N Srinivas Rao, HQ Telangana and Andhra Sub area. (Express photo by Purushottam Sharma/Archives)

Have enough evidence to file petition, says CBI on Bofors case

The panel, headed by BJD MP Bhartruhari Mahtab, is likely to give its report on the Bofors gun deal during this budget session.

SC holds Indian naval officer guilty of making obscene calls

Bofors: SC asks BJP leader to explain locus in filing appeal

Agrawal, who contested the 2014 Lok Sabha polls from Rai Bareli against former Congress president Sonia Gandhi, had filed the special leave petition in the apex court against the 2005 high court order

Judicial probe on SIMI activists encounter: 'Use of force inevitable and quite reasonable'

Two sentenced in Bofors case to file appeal

On December 21, the court had allowed the  accused to appeal the order before the higher court.

Forest officials recovered animal parts along with an unlicensed gun and sword from the farmer. (Representational)

After 23 years: Two get 2-year jail term for cheating, forgery in trade deal with Bofors

According to the submission made by the CBI Anti-Corruption Bureau before the court, the case dates back to a trade contract in 1989 between India’s Ministry of Defence and Bofors for the supply of guns.

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SC silent on giving specific date for hearing Bofors case

A plea was on Friday made in the Supreme Court for giving a specific date for hearing the petition in the politically sensitive Rs 64-crore Bofors pay-off case. A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra did not pass any order when a mention was made for giving a early date of hearing on the […]

Regional faces: Govt & SC once took opposite sides

Bofors case: Attorney General likely to meet CBI officers for clarity on leave petition

A government official had earlier said the CBI was in favour of filing the special leave petition in 2005 but did not get a go-ahead from the then UPA government to do so.