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Former Telecom Minister A Raja's then private secretary RK Chandolia had given instructions to to the DoT to stop receiving applications for grant of 2G spectrum licences after Unitech Group submits it, a key prosecution witness today told a Delhi
A former senior telecom official on Friday told a Delhi court that he had met CBI's special public prosecutor in the court premises two days before the scheduled start of his cross-examination in the 2G spectrum case but denied having been "tutored"
A former senior DoT official today told a Delhi court that he had issued on January 10, 2008 the controversial amended press release on the policy for allocation of 2G spectrum licences on the directions of former Telecom Secretary Siddharth Behura,
A key prosecution witness in the 2G case on Wednesday told a Delhi court that former Telecom Minister A Raja had written a letter to the Prime Minister about the "policy" for distribution of licences but the issues involved in it were not "discussed"
G spectrum case, had "fulfilled all the necessary conditions" for licences. Member of Parliaments (MP) which were forwarded by the Prime Minister's office (PMO)...Srivastava said that after receiving the complaints, top DoT official, including former
A Delhi court hearing the 2G case today could not begin recording the statement of a key witness in the case, a retired senior DoT official AK Srivastava due to ill health of the CBI prosecutor. Special CBI Judge OP Saini deferred the recording of
A Delhi Court was on Wednesday told that the DoT officials, called for a meeting in the committee room of Sanchar Bhawan on January 10, 2008, were not aware that they had gathered there to distribute the Letter of Intents for 2G spectrum allocation
AK Srivastava, arrested for allegedly taking bribe from a private firm in return for grant of lucrative contracts, saying if released he may influence the witnesses. While opposing Srivastava's bail plea, CBI had said the probe in the case was still
Unified Access Service (UAS) licences for Jammu and Kashmir, a senior department of telecommunication (DoT) official has testified before the CBI. Swan, which was allegedly favoured by former telecom minister A Raja in getting UAS licenses for 13
THE National Aluminium Company Ltd (NALCO) Chairman-cum-Managing Director AK Srivastava, his wife Chandni along with their two accomplices Bhushan Lal Bajaj and his wife Anita Bajaj have been sent to Central Bureau of Investigation