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Tripura Police grills former PWD minister over Agartala flyover irregularities case

Over Rs 300 crore was spent in construction of a 2.3 km-long two-lane flyover from Fire Brigade Chowmuhani till Arundhatinagar Drop Gate via Battala. The project, which started in May, 2015, is in its final stages.

Gujarat: 1,127 officials held for taking bribes, highest in Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad accounts for over 14 per cent of the arrests, as 161 government servants were caught taking bribes, data tabled in reply to an unstarred question by Congress MLA from Siddhpur, Chandanji Thakor, showed.


Chandigarh: Four years on, CBI court frames charges against ex-DSP, 2 others

A case was registered against Deepa Duggal at Sector 3 police station, on the complaint of GS Chawla that Deepa Duggal concealed the facts of the Sector 9 property. Both matters were being investigated by the EOW (Economic Offences Wing) of Chandigarh Police.

To check corruption in India, CVC to train officials in Europe

The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) is organising a customised vigilance related training programme at the International Anti Corruption Academy (IACA), Vienna, Austria from June 3 to 14, they said citing an official order.

International Shooters: Probe indicts Haryana IAS officer, kids for fraud to get cash awards

The probe has recommended a case against the three on charges of criminal breach of trust, embezzlement and cheating besides various offences punishable under the Indian Penal Code and the Prevention of Corruption Act.

No process for handling complaints against CVC, says Centre in RTI reply

The DoPT in its reply goes on to say that a “process for framing guidelines to handle grievances/complaints against Chief Vigilance Commissioner/Vigilance Commissioners has been initiated by DoPT”.


Personal secretaries of three UP ministers arrested for seeking bribes

On December 28, the three were suspended on graft charges following a sting operation by a news channel. They were suspended on orders of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who also directed officials to register a police case against them, a state government release said.

Uttar Pradesh: Three secretariat staff held on bribe charge

The alleged accused - Om Prakash Kashyap, Santosh Awasthi and S P Tripathi - worked as personal secretaries to Om Prakash Rajbhar, Sandeep Singh and Archana Pandey respectively.

After ‘corruption’ clip goes viral, Gujarat govt warns action against officers ‘leaking info’

In the close to nine-minute-long audio clip, a voice, purportedly of Anil Patel, is heard indicating corruption or poor quality of work in several projects of GPYVB in Bahuchraji, Dwarka, Surat, Dangs etc.

Delhi: Number of graft cases against police down in last five years

Sixteen cases were registered against police personnel in corruption-related matters till November 30 this year — a sharp drop from the 50 cases lodged last year.

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Mehul Choksi says Enforcement Directorate’s allegations against him “false and baseless”

The fugitive jeweller has spoken about the allegations against him for the first time. Mehul Choksi claimed that he tried to revoke the suspension of his passport with the Indian authorities.

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Gujarat land deal: Congress adamant on SIT probe, slams PM's 'silence'

New Delhi, Feb 08 (ANI): Reiterating their demand for an investigation into the land allotments under Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his tenure as Gujarat's Chief Minister, Congress leader Manish Tewari on Monday said that it was a clear case of impropriety, alleged corruption and a definite case of conflict of interest. Asserting that it was a fit case for a court-monitored investigation, he added that certain new facts have emerged which make the charge of gross impropriety and conflict of interest more damning. The Congress had earlier demanded a Supreme Court-monitored Special Investigation Team (SIT) probe in the matter following reports about the Modi-led Gujarat government's land deals with business associates of Anar Patel, the daughter of incumbent Chief Minister Anandiben Patel. However, the BJP accused the Opposition of levelling "false and baseless allegations to cover up its own corruption".

Leaders playing politics over Dalit scholar suicide: Srikant Sharma

New Delhi, Jan 21 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party leader Srikant Sharma on Thursday read out loud Hanumant Rao's letter, stating that incidents have come up earlier and corruption has been prevalent in the Hyderabad University. He alleged that the Congress was mudslinging the Narendra Modi-led BJP Government on each and every occasion it finds. Sharma also stated that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was playing "vote bank politics" by jumping into this Dalit scholar suicide issue. He said it was a shame that caste was still a huge issue in this country.