Rafale case: Supreme Court accepts stolen papers as evidence

The Supreme Court rejected the Centre’s objection on the admissibility of the review petitions filed in the Rafale case. The government had argued that the documents were sensitive to national security and their unauthorized photocopying and leakage constituted penal offences. Read More
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Rafale: Supreme Court says RTI prevails over Official Secrets Act

The Supreme Court, while hearing the case seeking a review of its judgment on the Rafale warplane deal, said the Right to Information Act, 2005 prevails over the Official Secrets Act, 1923. For this, the court referred to certain sections of the RTI Act. Read More
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Centre to SC: Dismiss Rafale case, it jeopardizes national security

The defence ministry, on Wednesday, has urged the Supreme Court to dismiss the Rafale review petition that contains leaked confidential documents of the defence ministry on the pretext that the documents compromise national security. Read More
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Rafale: SC finds no irregularities, dismisses petitions for probe

The Supreme Court, on Friday, has dismissed all the petitions demanding investigation into Rafale jet deal saying it found no irregularities or wrongdoing in the government’s decision-making process for the purchase of the warplanes from France’s Dassault Aviation. Read More
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Rafale: Govt gives details to SC, claims price negotiated for a year

The government has submitted a document to petitioners detailing the decision process and pricing details of Rafale agreement, which claims that the deal was negotiated for a year between the Indian and French governments. Read More
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