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Chidambaram's family accused of grabbing hotel: HC seeks CBI reply

Former finance minister, P Chidambaram’s family has come under the CBI’s scanner after allegations of them grabbing a hotel in collusion with a bank surfaced. The Delhi High Court which took note of this petition has sought a response from the Central Bureau of Investigation in this regard.

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Ancient texts and not so modern people at Chidambaram

With much anticipation I ventured to Chidambaram, hoping to find bits and pieces of clues to the much hyped Secret of Chidambaram. But, without proper preparation and preemptive research, I found myself in the middle of an old temple; not knowing what to do. 664 more words


Remove Chidambaram from home ministry committee says Swamy

Senior BJP leader and Rajya Sabha member Subramanian Swamy has sought the removal of P Chidambaram from the post of Chairman of the Standing Committee of the Home Ministry. 19 more words

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We are probing Chidambaram's role in 2G case, CBI tells SC

The Central Bureau of Investigation has told the Supreme Court that it is investigating former finance minister P Chidambaram’s role in the 2G case. The CBI said that it needed a month’s time to file its report in this regard.

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Theni to Chidambaram "Ever green fast" from tnstc madurai

route : theni to chidambaram
via : dindugal,trichy,kumbakonam
regn : tn-57-n-2233
depot : periyakulam


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Today is a sad day in the history of India. Now even the Army Chief has become the butt of a controversy for his remarks on Kashmiri youths waving Pakistani and ISIS flags. 316 more words

Cash Transactions Charges Most Retrograde Step: P Chidambaram

Cash Transactions Charges Most Retrograde Step: P Chidambaram http://blog.konkanitube.in/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/1488739404_cash-transactions-charges-most-retrograde-step-p-chidambaram.png

Former finance minister and senior Congress leader P. Chidambaram/File photo. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee.



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