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INX Media and other cases P Chidambaram faces

Thursday, August 22, 2019, 8:16 PM

Former-Union-minister and senior-Congress-leader P Chidambaram was formally arrested by the CBI after his anticipatory bail plea in the INX Media case was rejected by the Delhi High Court. The case in which the former-Finance-Minister has been arrested involves alleged kickbacks received by his son Karti Chidambaram in exchange for allowing INX Media, a television company, to receive Rs.305-crore as foreign-funds in 2007.
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Courtroom is so small: Chidambaram is surprised in CBI court

Thursday, August 22, 2019, 7:27 PM

Former Union minister P Chidambaram was in surprise when he was produced before the special CBI court in the Rouse Avenue Complex in New Delhi. Chidambaram, in conversation with CBI officers, expressed surprise that the courtrooms in the new complex were very small. "The courtrooms are so small. I thought new court [complex is here, so] now I will have better courtrooms," Chidambaram added.
 
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Chidambaram joins list of high-profile people put behind bars

Thursday, August 22, 2019, 7:26 PM

Senior-Congress-leader Chidambaram became the latest entrant in the list of high-profile people to have been put behind bars when the CBI arrested him in the INX media-case. The 73-year-old will be questioned in the case which was filed by the agency in 2017, alleging irregularities in FIPB clearance granted to a-media-group for receiving overseas funds of Rs.305-crore in 2007 when he was the FM.

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