Corruption Charges

  • SC puts moral pressure on PM, CMs, says those facing criminal charges not to be made ministers August 27, 2014

    The Supreme Court has put moral pressure on the Prime Minister and Chief Ministers by observing that people facing criminal or corruption charges should not be made ministers. The apex court, however, stopped short of prescribing disqualification for such people from becoming ministers and left it to the wisdom of the...
  • The Last Word: Should Srinivasan resign as president of BCCI? May 27, 2013

    BCCI President N Srinivasan continues to remain defiant saying he has done nothing wrong and has no reason to resign. ...
  • I have no reason to resign, says BCCI chief N Srinivasan May 27, 2013

    BCCI President N Srinivasan continues to remain defiant saying he has done nothing wrong and has no reason to resign. ...
  • Should there be an independent probe into Vadra case? October 8, 2012

    After facing allegations of financial irregularities for the last three days, Robert Vadra found himself in a fresh controversy when he suggested India was a banana republic on his Facebook account. ...
  • Vadra dismisses Kejriwal's allegations as baseless October 7, 2012

    Robert Vadra has issued a statement accusing Arvind Kejriwal of playing dirty politics and resorting to cheap publicity. ...
  • I will fight the allegations against me: Virbhadra Singh June 26, 2012

    Twenty-four hours after a Shimla court charged him with criminal misconduct, Union Minister Virbhadra Singh met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and resigned from the Cabinet. ...
  • 86% Delhites believe CWG will be a success: Poll August 31, 2010

    Even though the Commonwealth Games have been clouded by controversies, a CNN-IBN-Hindustan Times poll shows 86% Delhites believe the Games will be a success. ...