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for allegedly receiving a bribe from the bosses of S K Tulsiyan and Co. for delivering “pre-decided’’ judgments The CBI recovered Rs 28 lakh from Kishore’s residence The agency seized 75 “pre-dated judgments” from the hard discs of Tulsiyan & Co in Kolkata Besides Kishore the CBI named S K Tulsiyan his brother Shashi Tulsiyan son Ravi Tulsiyan “middleman” Nishant Jain and Kolkata businessman Subhash Bajoria in its chargesheet filed in January 2012 This case is under trial Earlier the CBI had also registered cases against ITAT members including some sitting high court judges who were posted in Mumbai Indore Ahmedabad Hyderabad Agra Cuttack and Kolkata A disproportionate assets case was also filed against then ITAT vice-president G E Veerabhadrappa But in its closure report the CBI has said the charges could not be proved and the suspects were able to explain the source of income and assets owned by them and their families Sources however said some of the cases were closed under duress despite sufficient material evidence The agency has also concluded that the charge that the judgments were “pre-written” cannot be proved and it is a normal practice for the benches to seek assistance from the accountant firms due to shortage of staff While it is learnt to have recommended departmental action against some staff members of the ITAT benches the CBI has advised the ITAT chairman to be vigilant and review the rules and practices related to preparation and delivery of the orders In a few cases the agency has said there was no quid pro quo and the judgments were given on merit For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News a quasi-judicial body, He said that the attack on MLA’s car in Osmania University is condemnable. For all the latest India News,s camp had claimed that nearly 15,parochial and regional outlook?000-175, The balance 90 per cent is under open-pollinated high-yielding varieties (HYV) developed by public sector institutions and privately-bred hybrids. Only the leader who addresses the audience uses the podium. party chief Amit Shah and a senior minister or senior leader L K Advani used to be seated on the dais for the meeting.

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including Saradha Group, regularly release press statements and threats which are diligently carried out by the CBI in tune with the political agenda of the ruling party. new facts could emerge in the case. Sources said Home Minister Rajnath Singh has asked ministry officials to examine Rajaona’s case afresh in the light of new facts that could emerge after Tara’s interrogation. Meanwhile.

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