Singh demanded the HC to declare that the scope entrusted upon the inquiry commission stands adjudicated and therefore, nothing survives to be inquired into by the commission.
The DySP of ACB was present in the court on June 30, 2021 unauthorisedly and in violation of the Standard Operating Procedure issued by the high court, he alleged.
The arrest of Anthony Wong in the latest official move against those who had been pushing for greater democracy in the semiautonomous Chinese territory.
It was found that majority of the document writers had influenced SROs by offering them regular mamools and in return, were getting disputed lands, prohibited lands and government lands registered.
HC says activist’s plea can’t be treated as public interest litigation
Documents pertaining to transaction of more than Rs 6 crore were also recovered and they are being examined, an ACB official said here.
Krishna SP Siddhartha Kaushal has said that he wont spare anyone indulging in corrupt practices in the department.
He alleged that the government has shown favouritism to Zonta Infra Tech, which is owned by the daughter of a prominent CPM leader.
Court asks petitioner to pay Rs 10,000 as fine into the bank account created to help children with rare diseases.
Of the 2,000 staff caught for bribery, at least 300 employees and officials were reinstated into the department even though bribery cases were still pending at the courts.
A case has been registered at the Karur Town Police station by the DVAC regarding the accumulation of assets by Vijayabaskar, his wife Vijayalakshmi, and his brother R Sekar.
The PCB draft of 77 pages titled 'Legislation on the prevention of corruption in sports' seeks to criminalize corruption in cricket.
Former president of South Africa, 79-year-old Jacob Zuma is facing charges of fraud, graft and racketeering related to the purchase of fighter jets, patrol boats and equipment from European firms.
Advocate General (AG) R Shunmugasundaram told the court a detailed inquiry would be carried out and an FIR would be registered, if needed.
Zuma faces 16 charges of fraud, graft and racketeering related to a purchase of fighter jets, patrol boats and military gear from five European firms when he was South Africa's deputy president.