Financial Irregularities

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No fresh order, irregularities in PF: Northbrook CEO’s murder exposes jute mills

The mill management paid a much less amount to these workers as they did not have permanent status and Northbrook was no exception, Dutta added.

Bharti Group IT director Jai Menon resigns

Menon said reason for his leaving was that he wanted to go back to create intellectual property.

IAS officer gets 5 yrs in jail in corruption case

The bureaucrat and others were accused of committing fraud in printing of forms and other stationery amounting to about Rs 34 lakh.

Chargesheet filed against suspended MD of LDB

The Special Investigation Bureau of the police cooperative cell on Thursday filed chargesheet against Nawal Kishore,suspended managing director of the UP Land Development Bank

EOW to probe criminal cases against Bajrangi

One of the two cases stems from ‘fraudulent land deal’,say police

Khurshid wisely chose legal route to fight charges: Cong

The Congress on Sunday refrained from making a value judgement on Law Minister Salman Khurshid’s counter to the allegations of financial irregularities levelled against his trust,but said he has “wisely chosen the legal course”

Punitive action to be taken against transport officials

Delhi government has decided to take punitive action against some officials of the transport department after a probe found their involvement in alleged financial irregularities.

Andhra CM criticises Jagan for betraying Congress

CM alleges Jagan had committed irregularities and economic offences and amassed huge wealth.

Antrix-Devas deal: ED begins preliminary inquiry

Antrix had signed a deal with Devas in January 2005 to provide it with crucial S-Band wavelength.

Central team visits JNNURM project sites in city

Senior officials from the Union Ministry of Urban Development visited three JNNURM project sites here on Wednesday following allegations of poor implementation,corruption and financial irregularities levelled by the Opposition Congress in a recent letter to the ministry.

Ex-principal secy may be arrested


SENIOR IAS officer and former state Principal Secretary (Health) Pradip Shukla is likely to be booked in the cases of financial irregularities in NRHM. The CBI already has recorded statement of Shukla over his alleged role behind the irregularities.
CBI sources confirmed that Shukla is being held accused on the basis of some documents collected during the investigation and the statements of former Directors General of Health & Family Welfare Dr SP Ram and Dr RR Bharti. Besides,the superintendents of district hospitals and the community and primary health centres (CHCs & PHCs) of Lucknow also have spoken about Shukla’s role behind the loss caused to government exchequer in NRHM contracts,the sources added.
The sources said Shukla could not provide any document in his favour to corroborate that he had made any effort to stop irregularities in awarding contracts for procurement or purchase of medicine and medical equipment and publicity materials at rates which were five times more than the prevailing market.
Dr SP Ram,who was arrested in the cases related to irregularities in procurement of medicines and medical equipment and publicity material,told the CBI officials that Shukla had played key role in awarding contracts to Saurabh Jain’s firms and getting the payments released without verifying the quality and quantity of purchases.

MGNREGS: HC seeks Centre,state,CBI replies

PIL seeks directions for CBI inquiry into embezzlement of funds earmarked for MGNREGS in 7 districts.

No need to dismantle us: Team Anna to Anna

Team Anna to apprise Hazare tomorrow that core committee should not be disbanded.

Govt issued notice on IFCI ‘irregularities’

The Supreme Court issued notice to the government on a petition alleging financial irregularities in the Industrial Finance Corporation of India.

Govt agencies probing irregularities in IPL,franchisees

Prior to 2006,tax exemption was granted to BCCI to ensure promotion of sports,says Pranab.