17 Aug 2012
A Raja, former Telecom Minister and key accused in the 2G spectrum allocation scam case, was on Friday allowed by a Delhi court to visit Tamil Nadu for three days.
11 May 2012
The CBI on Friday opposed in a Delhi court the bail plea of former Telecom Minister A Raja, arrested for his alleged role in the 2G spectrum allocation case on February 2 last year, saying there is a new allegation that he got Rs 200 crores as bribe and it is being probed.
17 Mar 2015
New Delhi: The serviceability rate of multi-role fighter aircraft Sukhoi is likely to improve to 75 percent by this year end from the current level of 56-57 percent, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Tuesday.
10 May 2012
A Delhi court on Friday reserved its order till May 15 on the bail plea of former jailed telecom minister A Raja in the 2G spectrum scam case.
14 Nov 2011
Former Telecom Minister A Raja, the prime accused in 2G spectrum allocation case, on Monday stood firm on his stand not to cross-examine the prosecution witnesses till the conclusion of investigation by CBI.
02 Jan 2015
Chennai: With its task cut out in converting recently promulgated Ordinances into acts, Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Friday appealed to Opposition parties not to play obstructive role and instead cooperate in passage of crucial bills in Parliament.
16 May 2014
Nilgiris (Tamil Nadu): DMK leader A Raja, prime accused in the 2G scam, on Friday failed in his bid to secure a second successive term from this reserved constituency, with the ruling AIADMK romping home with a thumping margin.
11 Jun 2012
Former Telecom Minister A Raja, who spent over 15 months in Tihar jail for his alleged role in the 2G spectrum case, has suggested to the Delhi government to allow Tihar inmates use the telephone facility to consult their lawyers.
13 Apr 2015
New Delhi: India on Monday said all future negotiations for purchase of French Rafale fighters would be through government to government route, discarding direct talks with manufacturers.
09 Feb 2012
The government has sought legal opinion of its top law officer on whether it should seek a review of a part of the Supreme Court judgement on 2G making it compulsory to decide on prosecution sanctions within four months after the request is made by an investigative agency.