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.
24 Dec 2010
Former Telecom Minister A Raja was on Friday questioned for over eight hours by the CBI on alleged irregularities in the 2G spectrum allocation, over a year after the agency registered a case in this connection.
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.
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.
26 Sep 2011
Former Telecom Minister A Raja on Monday told a Delhi court that former Finance Minister and now Home Minister P Chidambaram, should be summoned and examined as a witness in the 2G spectrum allocation case.
14 Nov 2011
The Central Information Commission on Monday directed the Telecom Ministry to make public advice tendered by the then Solicitor General Goolam E Vahanvati to A Raja, who was the Telecom Minister, on 2G spectrum issues in 2007.
15 May 2012
A Raja, the prime accused in 2G spectrum scam, on Tuesday walked out of Tihar jail amid a rousing welcome by DMK workers who burst crackers celebrating the release of the former Telecom Minister on bail.
24 Feb 2012
The Centre for Public Interest Litigation (CPIL) on Friday moved the Supreme Court (SC) seeking a court-monitored CBI probe into Home Minister P Chidambaram's role in fixing the 2G spectrum prices along with then Telecom Minister A Raja.
08 Aug 2011
Telecom firm Unitech Wireless (Tamil Nadu) Limited, accused in 2G spectrum allocation scam, on Monday told a Delhi court that there was no evidence to show that it had conspired with former Telecom Minister A Raja and others to get radio waves despite being an ineligible firm.
10 Jul 2011
With monsoon session of Parliament approaching, the BJP has pulled up its socks to create pressure on the government. The saffron party, after the resignation of Union Textiles Minister Dayanidhi Maran, has now demanded the ouster of Home Minister P Chidambaram and Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal from the Cabinet, accusing them of alleged complicity in the 2G scam and misusing their position.