‘Ratan Tata should have ignored Chandrasekhar’s letter’

It is for some strange reason that Mr Chandrasekhar does not find anything wrong in Anil Ambani’s  RCom being given a GSM license on 18/10/2007 when there was no notification for applying for a GSM license under dual technology but finds fault with the Tata's application of  22/10/07 for GSM after the notification for dual technology was made on 19/10/2007.

2G Spectrum Scam: Why is BJP demanding a JPC?

BJP's strategists believe that if a JPC probe is ordered then they can use the issue for a longer period of time (Assembly Polls in certain states next year and General Elections in 2014). Also, the members of the JPC can keep on widening the scope of the inquiry, and can even summon the Prime Minister to appear before it.

Is Ratan Tata's SC petition on 2G tapes a bad strategy?

Ratan Tata would be well advised to sack the lobbyist, withdraw the petition from the Supreme Court and let the tapes remain in the public domain. Otherwise he risks damaging his reputation forever which will be a sad thing. As for the tapes, they will remain in public domain (the Internet is too vast to be covered by a court injunction).

Details of CAG report on 2G Spectrum Scam

CPIL has placed before the Supreme Court two draft reports of the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG), which pointed out that the 2G scam has caused a loss of over 1 lakh crore to the exchequer. Canary Trap brings you some important extracts of the CAG draft reports, which directly points a finger of suspicion towards Raja for alleged irregularities and favoritism in the allotment of spectrum.

This, is “News”

Yes it’s a trade; it’s always been one. All it has done is metamorphosed from the practice of a skill to the far more realistic you-scratch-my-back-and-I-scratch-yours stage. Nah, that’s a dirty phrase. It just trivializes the effort that goes into sustaining the mystic of morality while manufacturing opinion.

2G Spectrum Scam: Timeline of Raja’s dubious role

Despite mounting evidence against Telecom Minister A Raja about his controversial role in allocation of 2G spectrum to firms at a price much below the market price, the UPA government appears to be shielding him. Raja's decision to grant new licenses resulted in a loss of around Rs 60,000 crores to the national exchequer. Canary Trap brings you this timeline of Raja's dubious role in the entire issue.

Tapping, trapping and Telecom Scam

Documents available with Canary Trap reveal that CBI DIG Vineet Agarwal had sought call detail records of Nira Radia and some other middlemen from Directorate General of Income Tax through a letter on November 16, 2009. The CBI inquiry so far has completely shocked the government. As a result, the man leading the investigations into the scam was transferred. Is the removal of Vineet Agarwal a part of the government's efforts to bury the inconvenient facts that has emerged from the inquiry till now?

Telecom scam: Who is the real Natwar?

One of the companies under the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) scanner, which is probing the alleged 2G spectrum scam, has also figured in an earlier complaint to the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) filed in February this year. The CVC received a complaint this year against the Telecom Minister, and the officials of the Telecommunications Ministry who were involved in the decision of giving telecom license to Reliance Communication on 18 October 2007 and to other companies on 10 January 2008 under the first cum first serve policy.

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