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Pune dummy candidates case: Delay in action against 75 officials ‘recruited’ through scam questioned

The CID, so far, has arrested 10 alleged racketeers and 23 serving government servants, reportedly recruited through the racket, in connection with the case. The arrested officials include education officers, tribal development officers, clerks, among others.

 CID takes over investigation into gunning down of three TMC activists

Motorbike borne assailants attacked three persons including the driver of a vehicle when they were at a petrol pump in Joynagar on Thursday evening.

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CID to go on a break for three months

A source close to CID exclusively shared with indianexpress.com that the show is not wrapping up, but it is going on a short break for a creative reason.

‘Dummy candidates’: Probe team identifies 25 more govt employees recruited via racket, arrests likely

The arrested accused include alleged kingpin Prabodh Rathod, a dismissed government employee from Nanded, impersonators including two police officers of assistant inspector rank, a CID handwriting expert and a policeman.

Pune: Ex-MD arrested in Lokshahir Annabhau Sathe Development Corporation scam

The CID had initiated a probe following orders from the government on February 25, 2015. The CID received several complaints and accordingly six offences were registered at Dahisar, Beed, Parbhani, and Bhandara. 

Louis Berger bribery case: Gauhati High Court slams CID, orders CBI probe

In August 2015, the state government lodged a similar complaint with Assam Police CID, following which the probe began.

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Fake doctors racket: CID files first chargesheet against four accused

The accused, Kaiser Alam, Khusinath Haldar, Snehashis Chakraborty and Ramesh Chandra Baidya, have been booked under various sections of IPC

Child trafficking case: CID sleuths quiz BJP MP Roopa Ganguly

They have been charged with selling about 17 children, aged between one and 14 years, to foreigners while falsely claiming that the children were handed over for legal adoption to needy couples after due screening and official procedures.

Businessman held for diverting food grains to private godown

Pradip Agarwal is considered to be the kingpin of the racket. He had been on the run for over six months, said the official. A court on Monday remanded him to 14 days’ police custody, said a senior official of the agency.

ST panel wants CID to probe abuse by security forces

In its report dated April 29, the commission said the “investigation carried out by the local police is unsatisfactory”, and that the statements of all the victims and witnesses were yet to be recorded.

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