CBI seized email exchanges with PMO, finance ministry, civil aviation ministry and petroleum ministry.
The logic, of course, is to ensure effective political branding, which is usually a casualty when dealt out by the government’s own publicity machinery.
ET has reliably gathered that both sides have agreed to an arrangement by which either side can terminate the agreement by giving each other an advance notice of six months.
Unless Congress starts winning elections, all bets to unseat the Modi government may just be shelved.
India has received no response whatsoever from Pakistan for over a year despite having raised the matter at the highest levels in the foreign office.
The rift between the top CBI guys began when the director wanted to make two appointments to the bureau.
Kovind is emerging as a bridge across the political divide. He has invited several key Opposition leaders, including from the Left, to Rashtrapati Bhavan for meal & conversation.
China has been consistently blocking India’s entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG).
ET has reliably gathered that the decision to send a team, comprising of senior armed forces officials among others, was made after Washington officially raised concerns over its highly advanced military equipment being exposed to the Russian origin S-400 air defence system.
India still tried to keep up the effort by agreeing to a joint investigation into the Pathankot attack and even let a Pakistan investigating team visit the base at the instance of the Sharif government.
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