The Centre Intelligence of India (CBI) in a report said that Pakistani agents in India, are connecting with Pakistanis, transferring information, using mobile phones of Indian fishermen, imprisoned in Pakistani Jail. Centre of Intelligence said, "fishermen from Maharashtra and Gujarat, who are currently incarcerated in Pakistani jails, are actively being used for secret communications." Regarding this, the Intelligence urged the Central… read-more
The Central Bureau of Investigation has initiated a case against an accused individual. The allegations state that this individual, an Indian national, contacted a US citizen using the pseudonymous identity of "James Carlson" over the phone. He falsely claimed to be from the Fraud Department of a Multi-National Company and informed the victim that someone had attempted to order a computer using the victim's account on the same company.
Mahua Moitra, the MP of Trinamool Congress (TMC) is facing legal charges amid ongoing blackmailing and other defamation charges for her statement against Adani. On October 20, Moitra tweeted,"I welcome answering questions to CBI & Ethics Committee (which has absolute majority of BJP members) if & when they call me. I have neither time nor interest to feed an Adani-directed media. I am enjoying Durga-Puja in Nadia. Shubho Sashthi .
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The CBI conducted searches at 12 locations, including at the residences of Trinamool Congress leader and West Bengal Urban Development Minister Firhad Hakim and fellow party MLA Madan Mitra. Raids on October 8, were in connection with an investigation regarding irregularities in the recruitment made by municipalities in the states. Hakim and Mitra were officially questioned about the scam that came to the fore during the investigation in West… read-more
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The CBI has lodged an FIR against three persons and unidentified officials of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) on the allegations of actor Vishal that he had to pay Rs 6.5 lakh to get a certificate for his film "Mark Antony", officials said on October 5. The action was followed by searches at four locations in Mumbai, including the premises of the FIR-named accused persons.
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The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) Chief and former Bihar CM Lalu Prasad Yadav said CBI can't challenge bail orders just because they are not satisfied. In the court hearing, the RJD leader submitted his reply before the Supreme Court, "Jharkhand High Court's order on suspending his sentence cannot be challenged solely on the ground that the CBI is dissatisfied." CBI sought bail cancellation in Fodder Scam Case against Lalu.
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The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) moved the Supreme Court (SC) challenging the bail of Lalu Prasad Yadav in the Fodder Scam Case. On August 18, the central agency filed a petition, which is expected to be listed soon before the SC Bench. Notably, earlier, the Jharkhand High Court granted bail to Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) supremo and former Chief Minister of Bihar Lalu Prasad Yadav in the Fodder Scam.
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The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) took over the Manipur Assault and Violence against women matter. In the latest development, the CBI registered a FIR and started a detailed probe. Recently, the Union Home Ministry submitted a report in the Supreme Court and said, the case would be handed over to the CBI. Meanwhile, after the netizen's protest and viral video, the Manipur Police made six arrest in the matter.
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In breaking news, the Union Home Ministry has decided to refer the viral Manipur Violence and sexual assault against two women to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI.) The decision was taken on July 27, after several hue-cry, ruckus created by the opposition leaders in the ongoing Monsoon Parliament session. Meanwhile, in the matter the northeastern police has made six arrests so far, and accused are yet to be arrested.
Foreign visits undertaken by former NCB officer Sameer Wankhede, booked by the CBI over an alleged Rs 25-crore bribe demand from superstar Shah Rukh Khan's family to spare his son in a drugs case. The officials said, the matter will be under scanner. A Narcotics Control Bureau's Special Enquiry Team (SET) had red-flagged alleged improper explanations and apparent misdeclaration of "the expenditure" given by then NCB Zonal Director Wankhede… read-more
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