Enquiry

  • Centre may strip Saif of Padma award after charges framed in Mumbai restaurant scuffle August 7, 2014

    New Delhi: The government is examining a demand for taking away the Padma honour conferred on Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan following a Mumbai court framing charges against him. On March 14, S C Agrawal, an RTI activist, had filed a complaint with the Union Home Ministry demanding stripping Saif...
  • Police recommends judicial enquiry into the custodial death of accused June 1, 2014

    The Palamau Police has recommended for a judicial enquiry into the custodial death of a murder accused at the Satbarwa police outpost under Rural police station in Palamu district. Superintendent of Police Y S Ramesh has recommended the Palamu Deputy Commissioner K N Jha for a judicial probe into the death of...
  • Virbhadra Singh probed in connection with payoffs by a steel company March 26, 2014

    New Delhi: In a huge embarrassment for the Congress, Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh has been questioned by the CBI in connection with alleged payoffs to him by a steel company. The CBI's Preliminary Enquiry was registered in 2013 based on a complaint by the State Trading Corporation. IT...
  • Ishrat case: No preliminary enquiry against Modi's ministers, CBI clarifies March 18, 2014

    New Delhi: Just hours after it was reported that the CBI had filed a preliminary enquiry against his top ministers of BJP's PM candidate Narendra Modi based on new evidence in the Ishrat Jahan encounter case, the CBI issued a denial. The CBI claimed that no such preliminary enquiry had...
  • Trouble for Sheila Dikshit as CBI files 4 PEs against Delhi Jal Board November 15, 2013

    New Delhi: In an embarrassment for the Sheila Dikshit government ahead of the upcoming Delhi Assembly polls, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has registered four Preliminary Enquiries (PE) against Delhi Jal Board headed by the Chief Minister for alleged irregularities in the department. Three PEs are related to alleged irregularities...
  • Kerala: Humar Rights Commission orders probe into functioning of orphanages September 8, 2013

    Kerala State Human Rights Commission has ordered a comprehensive enquiry into the functioning of orphanages and shelter homes for the poor and destitute in the state. The order, issued by KSHRC chairman Justice J B Koshi, comes in the wake of increasing number of 'Arabi Kalyanam' (marrying off Muslim girls to...
  • Assam CM orders judicial enquiry into death of minor boy August 31, 2013

    Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Saturday ordered a judicial enquiry by a retired Guwahati High Court judge into the circumstances leading to the death of a minor boy in Hemlai Tea Estate in Jorhat district on August 18, official sources said. A school student was killed and 14 others, including...
  • DMRC to form panel to examine airport line enquiry committee report August 21, 2013

    DMRC is planning to form a panel that will examine the airport metro line enquiry committee report and recommend action on its findings. In a DMRC board meeting, which was skipped by Delhi Metro chief Mangu Singh, the board on Wednesday discussed further action on the report of the enquiry committee...
  • Ex-Army Chief threatens to put documents in public domain July 25, 2013

    New Delhi: Former Army Chief V K Singh has threatened to put in public domain all documents related to his claim of a Rs 14 crore bribe offer made by a retired officer to clear a tranche of "sub-standard" vehicles, if CBI fails to pursue the case. "Let CBI say they...
  • Army Major General found dead under mysterious circumstances in his Delhi house July 20, 2013

    New Delhi: A serving Major General was found dead under mysterious circumstances in his Dwarka home in South-West Delhi today, police said. According to the police, Rajpal Singh, Additional Director-General of the National Cadet Corps (NCC) in Bihar and Jharkhand, was found dead in his residence this evening. A police team,...
  • Nobody can influence my probe in spot-fixing: Justice Chowta May 29, 2013

    Bangalore: Retired Justice T Jayaram Chowta, who is a part of the three-man inquiry commission probing the alleged betting charges against Gurunath Meiyappan, on Wednesday ruled out any interference from the BCCI chief N Srinivasan and said nobody can influence his investigation. "As far as I am concerned, nobody can influence...
  • Pak's Punjab CM orders judicial inquiry into Sarabjit's death May 2, 2013

    Lahore: Pakistani authorities on Thursday ordered a judicial inquiry into the murder of Indian death row convict Sarabjit Singh, who died after being comatose for nearly a week following an assault by other inmates of Kot Lakhpat Jail. Najam Sethi, the caretaker Chief Minister of Punjab province, ordered the judicial...
  • Chit fund scam: WB govt forms SIT to probe role of accused companies April 22, 2013

    As lakhs of investors in West Bengal lose their savings in a chit fund scam following the collapse of the Saradha Group, the state government on Monday formed a special investigation team (SIT) and instituted a high-level inquiry into chit fund companies operating in the state. ...
  • Delhi gangrape: PE in complaint against Transport Dept February 27, 2013

    New Delhi: A Preliminary Enquiry (PE) was on Wednesday ordered by a Delhi court in a complaint seeking registration of FIR against city Transport Minister and others alleging that the December 16 gangrape incident had occurred due to their "corrupt" activities. Special Judge Sangita Dhingra Sehgal directed the crime branch...
  • Chopper deal: CBI faces tough task ahead in probe February 25, 2013

    New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Monday named former Air Chief SP Tyagi in its Preliminary Enquiry (PE) in the tainted AgustaWestland chopper deal, along with his cousins Julie and Dosca Tyagi and three key middlemen, as alleged beneficiaries of kickbacks. According to the Italian probe...
  • Probe ordered against VIDC officials in irrigation scam: Maharashtra CM October 7, 2012

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan has ordered an enquiry against 45 senior officials of the Vidarbha Irrigation Development Council (VIDC) in connection with the multi-crore irrigation scam. Chavan, who was in Thane on Sunday, confirmed that he had approved the probe while denying that there was a delay of two...
  • Maha irrigation scam: Probe against 45 bureaucrats October 7, 2012

    Mumbai: An enquiry has been ordered against 45 senior officials of the Vidarbha Irrigation Development Council (VIDC) in connection with the multi-crore irrigation scam, sources said on Sunday. The sources added that the 45 included the ex-director of the VIDC, DP Shirkhe. Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader and nephew of party...
  • Coalgate: CBI files PE into allocations since 1993 September 27, 2012

    New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Thursday filed a preliminary enquiry in the coal blocks allocations since 1993. The central investigative agency will now study each and every allotment since 1993 and question the directors of companies and the then bureaucrats of Central and state government about...
  • Train enquiry website to get a facelift April 16, 2012

    New Delhi: The popular train enquiry website of Railways will soon get a facelift, complete with a host of passenger friendly information including the latest train position. The likely time of arrival at the next station in the event of the train running late will also be provided in...
  • BJP wants enquiry into RS elections in Jharkhand April 2, 2012

    Jamshedpur: Defending itself for voting in favour of a candidate of its coalition partner JMM in the recent Rajya Sabha polls in Jharkhand, the BJP on Sunday said they want an enquiry into the election of Independent candidates to the upper house from the state. "We will welcome a comprehensive...
  • No exception will be made for Sahara: BCCI February 13, 2012

    Chennai: The Indian cricket board (BCCI) has put the ball in the Sahara Group's court, saying it has conveyed its decision on the week-long stalemate between the two parties to Sahara and is now hoping for a positive response, while reiterating that no exception would be made for them. However, BCCI...
  • Cong demands CBI inquiry into farmers' stir May 17, 2011

    New Delhi: The Uttar Pradesh government has strongly rejected allegations of rape and murder of villagers in Bhatta-Parsaul on the outskirts of the Capital. However, the Congress is relying only on the assessment of Rahul Gandhi and now demanding a CBI enquiry. Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi on Monday met Prime Minister...
  • Sonawane's kin demands CBI inquiry January 26, 2011

    Mumbai: Brother-in-law of Additional Collector Yashwant Sonawane, killed by oil mafia in Nashik district, on Wednesday demanded a CBI inquiry into the incident. "Sonawane's Personal Assistant as well as the driver were there when the incident occurred. It is surprising that only he was targeted," Anand Dani, brother-in-law of the slain...
  • 2G: CBI registers PE to probe role of banks January 9, 2011

    New Delhi: The CBI has registered a preliminary enquiry (PE) to probe the role of certain public sector banks, including the State Bank of India, for providing loans to certain companies who were allocated the 2G Spectrum in 2007-08 including Uninor and STel. The PE was registered by the Bank Securities...
  • UN to probe attack on Indian tropper in Liberia June 22, 2010

    New Delhi: The United Nations has set up a Board of Enquiry to inquire into the incident of firing on a CRPF camp in Liberia allegedly by a Pakistani Army officer. According to CRPF officials, a Pakistani officer had allegedly fired at a CRPF camp, which is part of the U...
  • Veerappa Moily ready with his judicial reform bill December 28, 2009

    Union Law Minister M Veerappa Moily said on Sunday that he was considering a judicial reform bill which will help in fastening judicial proceedings and lay down standards for lawyers and judges. CNN-IBN: What exactly is this judicial reforms bill you have been talking about? M Veerappa Moily: I have spoken...
  • Sacked NCW member Nirmala Venkatesh may join BJP March 3, 2009

    New Delhi: Days after being sacked from the National Commission for Women, Nirmala Venkatesh defended herself for giving a clean chit to the state government over the pub attacks. Venkatesh has hit out at Renuka Choudhary for sacking her. In her report, Venkatesh had remarked about the attack on women by...
  • CBI registers case against Satyam's Rajus, others February 20, 2009

    New Delhi: The CBI has registered a case against former Satyam Chairman Ramalinga Raju, Pricewatehouse auditors and other individuals. A 16 member team headed by Hyderabad DIG, V Lakshminarayanan will head the probe. Another 10 investigating officers will soon join the investigation. CBI will also have direct access to the...
  • Fort Amber wall collapse: Ambika Soni orders enquiry February 17, 2009

    New Delhi: Union Minister of Tourism and Culture, Ambika Soni has ordered an enquiry into the incident where Bollywood actor Salman Khan’s film unit was shooting for film Veer at Fort Amber when a wall at the historical fort fell. The shooting at the location had already been stopped after the...
  • NCW rejects report | Watch: Defiant Nirmala speaks February 6, 2009

    New Delhi: The differences within the NCW over Mangalore pub attack probe deepened on Friday with the Commission rejecting a report by one its members who had drawn the ire of a Union Minister but she retaliated by saying that she stood by her observations and would not step down. ...