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Law cannot be altered merely because Yadav is a retd HC judge: CBI to HC

While demanding photocopies of the records,Yadav’s counsel argued that she was no ordinary client and was suffering from backache.

Day Judge Yadav ruled,‘mediator’ called her and the litigants: CBI

Exactly 40 minutes before Justice Nirmal Yadav was due to pronounce her judgment in a property dispute,to influence which she was allegedly paid Rs 15 lakh,Delhi businessman Ravinder Singh — believed to be a close friend of the judge and a mediator in the property dispute — had spoken to her on the phone for 82 seconds,the CBI has claimed.


3 judges,3 cops,lawyers,among 84 witnesses

Three serving judges,three designated senior lawyers and three senior police officers are among the 84 prosecution witnesses listed by the CBI in its chargesheet in the cash-at-judge’s-door case involving Justice (retd) Nirmal Yadav

CBI to go ahead with framing of charges against former High Court Judge Nirmal Yadav

CBI court declined Yadav's appeal for exemption from personal appearance citing health grounds.

Cash at judge's door: Nirmal Yadav gets exemption from appearance in court

CBI had strongly opposed Yadav's plea, filed in September, 2011, seeking permanent exemption from appearance in court.

Cash at Judge's door scam: Court adjourns hearing on Justice Nirmal Yadav's plea

Yadav had contended that there is not even an iota of evidence against her in the case.


Cash at judge's door: HC refuses to stay trial

Punjab and Haryana HC Judge had petitioned the HC demanding quashing of trial court's orders.

CBI court frames charges against Yadav

The four others in the case are Delhi businessman Ravinder Singh, a close friend of Justice Yadav; advocate Sanjiv Bansal; Rajiv Gupta and Nirmal Singh.

Charges framed against ex-HC judge Nirmal Yadav in cash-at-judge's door scam

CBI court framed charges against Nirmal Yadav in cash-at-judge's door scam after SC dismissed her plea.

Cash-at-door scam: Supreme Court dismisses former judge Nirmal Yadav's petition

The court pointed out that the case was of 2008 and there should not be further delay in the trial.