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Former CBI Director Ranjit Sinha Dies At 68

Apr 16, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

It is understood that he was confirmed positive for coronavirus on Thursday night and breathed his last at 4.30 am on Friday


'Rampant Abuse Of Office And Criminal Misconduct'

Full text of the complaint filed by the noted lawyer and Aam Aadmi Party leader against CBI Director Mr Ranjit Sinha

In The Kingdom Of The Morally Blind

Sep 09, 2014 Manoje Nath

Remember the disclosures at the time of Ranjit Sinha's appointment? Wasn't he supposed to have favoured Lalu Prasad in the fodder scam? And, yet, two top police agencies of the country had carried out confidential sweeps...


The Agent Of Change?

The CBI director seems to be enjoying the attention, but he also appears conscious of his public image. He could have a few more surprises up his sleeves.

06 May, 2013

'Neither Shifted The Central Theme Of The Report Nor Shifted The Focus Of Enquir

Ranjit Sinha

'Majority of these changes were done by my officers in order to refine the reports either on their own or in consultation with the Ld. ASG and his assisting advocate, or by Hon'ble Union Minister of Law and Justice. Besides, a few changes were also d


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