It is not the CBI’s business to decide interest rates for loan settlement or set any banking benchmarks, especially if the RBI and Centre have had nothing to say on the matter.
Investigators are never held accountable for their criminal misdeeds and go on plying their trade with no fear of punishment.
Herojit claims the orders to eliminate people came from the top.
The court also asked why senior officer R K Dutta, who was supervising the 2G and coal scam cases, was shifted out.
The petition alleged that the Centre took steps in a “completely mala fide, arbitrary and illegal manner to ensure that Asthana was given the charge of CBI director”.
SC Issues Notice To Facebook, Google, Other Internet Majors on Sharing of Sexual Assault, Cybercrime Videos
The apex court sought responses from Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and Facebook on NGO Prajwala’s plea seeking blocking of rape videos.
The amendment proposes making it mandatory for investigating agencies to take prior approval from the government before initiating probes against public servants.
NE Dispatch: Congress Revives North East Coordination Committee; Bhutia-Lepcha Community Protests in Sikkim
A roundup of news from the northeast this week.
According to the Impunity Index, between 1992 and July 2016, 27 Indian journalists were murdered due to their work.
The CBI, which investigated the triple murder case under the supervision of the Supreme Court, is looking increasingly like the ‘caged parrot’ the BJP once accused it of being for failing to prosecute politically influential persons.
The Supreme Court has erred in refusing to examine why the CBI did not appeal the discharge of the BJP president in a case of triple murder – the encounter killings of Kauser Bi, her husband Sohrabuddin and his associate Tulsiram Prajapati.
Chaman Lal’s son, Gulshan Kumar, was 20 years old when he was abducted from his home on June 22, 1993.
How the Sheena Bora murder case involving a celebrity couple mesmerised India and exposed some of its darkest fears.
With its credibility under attack, the BJP-led government will have lot of answering to do in the next few days.
A new draft bill that seeks to govern how any geospatial data about India is shared has the potential to affect anyone who wishes to share information and data such as maps and surveys.
A round-up of news, both bad and good, on the rights front from India.