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2G scam: High court notice to CBI on Kanimozhi's plea


The Delhi High Court on Tuesday issued notice to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on a plea by DMK MP Kanimozhi to quash charges against her in the 2G spectrum allocation case.

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CVC chief, CBI Director to prepare blueprint for 2G probe


Central Vigilance Commissioner Pradeep Kumar has convened a meeting with CBI Director A.P. Singh to discuss the modalities and prepare a blue print for further investigations into the 2G scam.


Ramdev calls for 'political ostracism' of Congres


The scrapping of 122 2G spectrum licenses by the apex court has proved that the Congress-led UPA government is the "most corrupt" dispensation in the world, yoga guru Ramdev today said.

Ramdev called

Telenor may quit India after licences revoked


Norwegian telecom firm Telenor could quit India now after the Supreme Court revoked its mobile licences and not wait for new market rules to be introduced, the company's chief executive told Reuters.

Subramanian Swamy, sworn enemy of the ruling Congress


Mobbed by cameramen and with two fingers raised in a victory salute, Subramanian Swamy stood before the Supreme Court on Thursday, flushed with the vindication of an unrelenting legal campaign aimed a

Why is Sonia quite on 2G scam, asks Thackeray


Criticising Congress President Sonia Gandhi for being 'quiet' on the 2G spectrum scam, Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray on Friday hit out at Home Minister P Chidambaram, saying he should resign immedia

Airtel, Vodafone boosted by Supreme Court telecoms ruling


The Indian taxpayer may have lost billions of dollars as a result of the 2G telecoms scam. But the Indian consumer has been a great beneficiary.

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PSU banks' exposure at Rs 10,000 cr in telcos hit by SC order

Public sector banks have an exposure of about Rs 10,000 crore in the telecom companies whose licences were cancelled by the Supreme Court in connection with 2G scam.

"The public sector banks have an

Sibal meets PM after SC judgement


Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal on Thursday met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh shortly after the Supreme Court judgement that canncelled all 122 licences issued in January, 2008.

He is understood t

Customers won't be troubled by cancellation of 2G licences


Even though the Supreme Court on Thursday ordered cancellation of 122 telecom licences, customers will not be affected much as firms have been given four months to cease operations, allowing ample tim

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