Process is the Punishment
Saddled with a weak extradition request and little evidence to support its contention, CBI may yet again fail to bring Bofors accused Quattrocchi to India.
While upholding Parliament's right to expel tainted members, the apex court asserts that the powers of the legislature are not beyond judicial review. Any trespass can be struck down.
Uma Bharti reveals she was all set to marry the saffron ideologue in 1992 but her brother refused to marry her off to an "unattractive, dark-complexioned fellow".
The demand for a tribal chief minister and a proposed hike in power tariffs pose a serious challenge to Digvijay Singh's leadership.
The future of urchins is on track, thanks to a visionary police officer.
After a lull of almost a decade, the scourge is back. Only this time the bandits are resorting to kidnappings and extortion.
New documents show that the government may be trying to bury the bofors case with Ottavio Quattrocchi likely to be exonerated without facing trial for the charges of receiving payoffs.
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