Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Congress brings 49-point no-confidence motion over government’s failure in ‘assembly’

    Bhopal: Congress MLAs presented 49-point no-confidence motion against state government on the second day of three-day parallel Assembly, been run on the Vidhan Sabha premises. Opposition Congress legislators is holding three-day parallel assembly in the complex, a day after the monsoon session was wound up in two days instead of the scheduled five days.

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    Gondwana Ispat director Ashok Daga gets four year jail term in coal scam case

    New Delhi: A special court today awarded a four-year jail term to the director of Gondwana Ispat Ltd in a coal scam case related to the allocation of the Majra coal block in Maharashtra.  Special CBI Judge Bharat Parashar, who was appointed to deal exclusively with coal scam cases, also imposed a fine of Rs 1 crore on the firm’s director Ashok Daga and Rs 60 lakh on the firm.

  • CBI files FIR against Ranjit Sinha in coal scam

    New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Tuesday has filed a case against its former director Ranjit Sinha who is accused of influencing the probe in coal block allocation during his tenure as director of the probe agency.

  • Coal Scam: Court grants time to CBI to file final report in proper format

    New Delhi: A special court today granted two weeks time to CBI for filing in a proper format the final report in a coal block allocation scam case against Congress leader and industrialist Naveen Jindal, ex-Minister of State for Coal Dasari Narayan Rao and others.

  • Coal scam: Court frames charges against ex-Coal Secretary, others

    New Delhi: Paving the way for trial in a coal block allocation case, a CBI court here on Friday framed charges of cheating and criminal conspiracy against former Coal Secretary H.C. Gupta and four others as also against company Vikash Metal and Power Limited (VMPL).

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    Coalscam: Complicity of new persons have come up, CBI to court

    New Delhi: In a fresh turn of events, the CBI today told a special court that some documents and quizzing of an accused who wanted to turn approver, has brought to light the complicity of some more persons in a coal scam case in which Congress leader and industrialist Naveen Jindal is one of the several accused.

  • PM Modi silent on scams, just like Manmohan: Kejriwal

    New Delhi: Hitting out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for maintaining silence over issues like Vyapam and Modigate, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday baited the incumbent Prime Minister by equating him with his predecessor Manmohan Singh.

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    Coal scam: Court orders supply of statement of accused to CBI

    New Delhi: A special court today said copy of statement of Jindal Group’s chartered accountant, who is an accused and has sought to turn approver in a coal scam case involving industrialist Naveen Jindal and others, be supplied to the CBI for rendering assistance on the issue.

  • Court orders framing of charges against Naveen Jindal, others

    New Delhi: A special court today ordered framing of charges against industrialist Naveen Jindal, former Minister of State for Coal Dasari Narayan Rao and 13 others for criminal conspiracy, cheating and other offences in a coal block allocation scam case.

  • Coal scam: Court sends Rungtas to jail for four years

    New Delhi: A Patiala House Court on Monday sentenced Jharkhand Ispat Private Limited Directors R. S. Rungta and R.C. Rungta to four years imprisonment in connection with a coal scam case pertaining to the allotment of coal block.

  • Coal scam: Court allows ex-MoS Dilip Ray to travel abroad

    New Delhi: A special court today allowed former Union Minister of State for Coal Dilip Ray, an accused along with five others in a coal scam case, to travel to Thailand and China for some official work.

  • Coal scam: Quantum of sentence to be pronounced on Apr. 4

    Mumbai: A special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court will pronounce the quantum of sentence to Jharkhand Ispat Pvt. Ltd (JIPL) directors R.S. Rungta and R.C. Rungta on April 4, in a coal scam case pertaining to allotment of coal block. The case involves the JIPL and its directors who are accused in acquiring the coal block on the basis of false documents.

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    Coal scam: CBI court convicts R.S. Rungta, R.C. Rungta

    Ranchi (Jharkhand): A Special CBI Court on Monday convicted Jharkhand Ispat Pvt. Ltd (JIPL) directors R.S. Rungta and R.C. Rungta in a coal scam case pertaining to allotment of coal block.

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    Coal scam: Court to pronounce verdict in JIPL case on Mar 28

    New Delhi: A special court today fixed March 28 for pronouncing its judgement in a coal scam case in which Jharkhand Ispat Pvt Ltd (JIPL) and its two Directors are facing trial in a case pertaining to allotment of a Jharkhand coal block to the firm.

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    Coal scam: Ex-Union minister Dilip Ray granted bail

    New Delhi: Former Union Minister of State for Coal Dilip Ray, the first minister of the erstwhile NDA government who was summoned as an accused in a coal scam case, was today granted bail by a special court here.

  • Coal scam: Court reserves verdict in JIPL’s case

    New Delhi: A special court today reserved its judgement in a coal scam case in which Jharkhand Ispat Pvt Ltd (JIPL) and its two Directors are facing trial in a case pertaining to allotment of a Jharkhand coal block to the firm. This is the first case in coal block allocation scam in which Special CBI Judge Bharat Parashar, exclusively dealing with all the related matters, has reserved its verdict for March 21.