Former CBI Director Ranjit Sinha has been booked for allegedly trying to influence the coal scam probe while in office.
Palocci has offered details on Operation Car Wash, which had unravelled a bribery scheme at top level Brazilian politics and is an ongoing investigation.
Nigeria’s topmost government servant, as well as the nation’s spy master, were suspended by President Buhari over alleged corruption charges.
Founding editor of The Wire M.K. Venu interviews Ashish Khetan, senior spokesperson of Aam Aadmi Party and chairman of the Dialogue and Development Commission of Delhi about Vijay Mallya’s arrest and the fight against corruption in big business.
The ministers under investigation include close advisers such as Temer’s chief of staff Eliseu Padilha, considered key to negotiations on a landmark pension reform to rein in government spending and runaway public debt.
The changes ceded by Temer could reduce the savings the government expected with the reform to cut some of the world’s most generous pension benefits.
Dangwimsai Pul wants permission to lodge an FIR to investigate the allegations made against senior judges and politicians in her husband’s suicide note.
The sting against several Trinamool Congress leaders, showing them allegedly accepting cash, is now beginning to bite the party
Extracts from C. Rammanohar Reddy’s Demonetisation and Black Money that explore whether the note ban had any impact on the rich, how Digital India entered the narrative and the impact of the move on the poor.
A corruption investigation into Pakistan’s loss-making carrier is currently on.
Prakash Karat, Prashant Bhushan, Yogendra Yadav, Dangwimsai Pul and activists from the National Campaign for People’s Right to Information held a public rally to protest against the Centre’s systematic weakening of anti-corruption efforts.
Brazil’s top prosecutor wants to investigate senior ministers in President Michel Temer’s cabinet and senators from his PMDB party for corruption.
Despite the hardships, why do many people continue to back what most economists and analysts have termed a bad policy?
The collapse of a trial in Canada about alleged corruption in the World Bank-funded construction of Bangladesh’s Padma bridge doesn’t mean what the government wants us to think.
Was the Supreme Court’s judgement on January 11 in the Sahara-Birla papers case truly free from bias?
President Klaus Iohannis blasted the government over the decree that would have effectively shielded dozens of public officials from prosecution
When it comes to the art of enjoying a shower without getting wet, Narendra Modi is many shades better than Manmohan Singh.
If India continues to rely on PILs to litigate corruption, it shall forever remain wedded to the courts, stopping Indian justice from flourishing.
One of his main campaign promises was to stop corruption in the country and promised government officials will not to misuse resources.
The protests against the decree were the largest in Romania since 1989 when dictator Nicolae Ceausescu was overthrown, under whom bribery was common.
There’s very little sensitivity being shown in forcefully shoving India’s small traders and producers into the formal economy. To what extent will this affect the BJP’s support base?
Religious radicalism is an offspring of deprivation, alienation and despair by people who find options for improving their lives increasingly difficult to come by.
The 2015 petition from Common Cause questioning the appointment of the current CVC is still being heard, but the appeal to look into the Sahara-Birla groups’ alleged bribes has been dismissed.
While the prime minister is partly right, it isn’t the whole picture and there is certainly more than enough blame to go around.
If the Modi government is serious about acting against black money and corruption, why is it shying away from regulating political funding?
It is in both the Congress and the BJP’s interests that these records are not looked into; the Supreme Court should step in and insist on a proper investigation.
A study by Transparency International found that very few cases of corruption are registered in India, with even fewer convictions.
The prime minister also pointed out that demonetisation should have been carried out in 1971 by Indira Gandhi, as was recommended by the Wanchoo committee.
Despite the hardships being faced by the working class due to the note ban, the rhetoric of fighting corruption and targeting the wealthy means they are bearing the pain in silence.
A move allegedly aimed at ending the generation of unaccounted income that has nothing to say about the funding of political parties is not credible.
Invoking people’s power as a force higher than state power, as the prime minister appears to be doing, is highly dangerous.
‘We don’t agree that any money coming from abroad [for politics] will completely change our thinking. Does it mean that if FDI is coming, government will be influenced by some other country?’
The original assumptions underlying the decision remain unclear, but it seems to be causing considerable harm. Although popular right now, demonetisation may not end up being a good bargain.
If deposit trends so far and projections are to be believed, the black money expected to be purged may be much less than what the government hoped.
President Xi Jinping has waged war against graft since assuming office four years ago, warning, like others before him, that the problem is so severe it could weaken the party’s grip on power.
Elaborate tax frauds are committed by corporate giants in a squeaky clean, cashless financial environment – why isn’t the government going after those?
Without follow-up measures, it will be difficult for Modi to counter the charge that demonetisation is meant to serve a narrower political and personal agenda.
Senior counsel for the petitioners Prashant Bhushan says that they will file a fresh affidavit with more documents.
Prominent lawyer Prashant Bhushan discusses the recent Sahara-Birla diaries, over-invoicing of coal imports by Reliance and Adani groups, and the Essar tapes.
While the army was able to conduct surgical strikes across the border and undertake relief operations during the Chennai floods, India’s bankers have been unable to rise to the battle cry in the aftermath of demonetisation.