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Saradha scam: Bengal minister Partha Chatterjee appears before CBI

Partha Chatterjee was asked to appear before the investigating officers at the city office of the CBI by this afternoon, the officer told PTI.

Chit Fund case: SC asks CBI to bring evidence for seeking custodial interrogation of ex-Kolkata police Commissioner

The court was hearing CBI's application in which the agency, which was asked by the apex court to investigate the case, was seeking custodial interrogation of Kumar on grounds that he had given evasive replies during questioning.

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Mamata Banerjee calls off dharna as Supreme Court shields top cop from arrest, slams 'misuse of CBI'

Earlier in the day, the Supreme Court directed Kolkata Police chief to appear before the CBI and "faithfully" cooperate in the probe into the Saradha chit fund scam.

Ex-Assam minister says won’t fight elections till he is absolved

CBI questions Himanta Biswa Sarma for 8 hours

Modi govt hits back, says Mamata Banerjee helping Saradha scam accused

Venkaiah Naidu insisted that the government has no role in the ongoing investigation into the Saradha chit fund scam,

Govt working on law to combat ponzi schemes, monitor direct selling

The surge in the number of ponzi schemes has been primarily due to the lack of regulatory oversight.

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Chits and cheats

Mamata government’s strategy of creating a din to drown out questions on Saradha scam isn’t working.

Saradha-IRCTC deal: Cong wants Mamata to resign

Mamata Banerjee herself was the Railway minister from 2009- May 2011.

Sarkar’s CBI custody extended by 3 days

Sarkar is accused of conspiring with Saradha top brass in the alleged misappropriation of company funds.

Sudipta’s wife gets bail, no relief for son

The city judge then directed to take Subojit Sen in the jail custody. He will be produced in the court on April 30.

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Supreme Court directs CBI probe into Saradha chit fund scams

However, the petitioners had said they have no faith in the police authorities.

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