NEW DELHI: The Election Commission on Wednesday disqualified for three years former Jharkhand chief minister Madhu Koda from contesting elections for failing to file details of expenses related to the 2009 Lok Sabha polls he fought.
NEW DELHI/BHUBANESWAR: It has shocked all in judiciary. The arrest of Justice Quddusi revealed his crimes and criminal nexus with vested interest groups. He was busy with quid pro quo and has used his high position for his private gain and greed.
BHUBANESWAR: The arrest of ex-justice of Odisha High Court I M Quddusi has made a questionable spot in the history of judiciary. At the same time, Achyuta Samant will be known for his greed and illegal acquisition of government land.
OPERATION SCARED COW Justice Ishrat Masroor Quddusi and his mediator Bhawana Pandey were caught on Camera fixing judgement for a public interest litigation. Quddusi and Bhawana were caught at Hotel Oberoi, New Delhi in 2014 Justice Quddusi and Bhawana arrested by CBI yesterday for enabling private medical colleges to admit students to MBBS courses despite a…
NEW DELHI: The Central Bureau of Investigation has arrested an MLA of Odisha in an on-going investigation of a Chit Fund case. CBI arrests Biju Janata Dal Lawmaker in Odisha Chit Fund Scam ‘Investigation revealed that the said accused had allegedly received huge amount into the account of his wife from the CMD of private…
BHUBANESWAR: In a major embarrassment for Naveen Patnaik-led BJD, party MLA Prabhat Biswal from Cuttack-Choudwar was arrested by CBI on Monday night in connection with a fraudulent land deal with Seashore Group, official sources said.
BHUBANESWAR: A city court issued notice over defamation charge to controversial philanthropist and businessman Achyuta Samanta and his Kalinga TV. The court restrained for publication of any defamatory content on the social activists with ulterior motive.
CUTTACK: A judge of Orissa High Court scheduled to hear the case related to alleged poll fund irregularities of CM Naveen Patnaik today refused to hold the trial and requested the Chief Justice to set up a separate bench for hearing.
NEW DELHI: State governments may not be able to allot residential plots in cities to serving and former MPs, MLAs, bureaucrats, journalists and judges of their choice by exercising their discretionary power as the Supreme Court on Wednesday decided to frame guidelines for allotting public land at subsidised rates.