Full Coverage: Coal Scam
Ranjit Sinha admitted that report was shared with law minister and joint secretaries.
- Rawal resigned over his statement in Supreme Court that the CBI probe report was not shared.
- CBI gave full details about original draft and 'amended draft' of status report to SC: Sinha
- The party said Manmohan Singh should own up 'responsibility' in the coal scam.
- Question Hour could not be conducted for the seventh consecutive day.
- The report included para-by-para, line-by-line changes made by Law Minister, officers.
- CBI chief has confirmed Indian Express expose on Law Minister's efforts to tinker with coal report.
- Challenges BJP to House debate, says 'making a mockery of democracy... whole world laughing at us'
- CBI has stated that its affidavit was filed after interference by the government
- Law Minister Ashwani Kumar's fate hangs in balance, with much depending on the apex court.
- The Law Minister is under Opposition attack over the CBI affidavit on the coal scam issue.
- Coal block allocation case was shared with Ashwani Kumar and officials.
- The BJP also demanded resignation of the Prime Minister.
- The CBI chief promised not to share further status report with any political executive.
- Ministry of Personnel is the administrative ministry in charge of Central Bureau of Investigation.
- Government is 'trying to brush its sins under the carpet by hook or crook', says BJP
- The BJP parliamentary party passed a resolution seeking the resignations of Singh and Kumar
- Sonia had yesterday given an indication of aggression in Congress' response to Opposition's charges.
- In a denouement of sorts this week, the Union Cabinet will end the plan for price pooling mechanism for coal which was a sort of throwback
- The agency statement also did not deny that the status report had been toned down