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Niira Radia

The 14 Page Document

Nov 18, 2010

The controversial document purporting to be an official account of intercepted phone conversations that mysteriously cropped up with various media houses and was put up and then taken off from the

#126 Surajeet Dasgupta: Jul 08, 2009 09:46:37

Nov 18, 2010

Praful Patel 'screwed up the airline'


#118 Jaideep Bose, TOI: Jul 07, 2009 20:44:12

Praful Patel's made 15,000 crores

#117 Ratan Tata: Jul 07, 2009 20:29:07

Nov 18, 2010

'I met Raja today. I went to see him today and he is alright. He is a happy man. The Chief Justice has given his clearance on him and he’s happy. He’s really happy with that'


#83 Upender?: Jun 20, 2009 20:27:32

AI disinvestment -- asset stripping

18 November, 2010

#43 Senthil Chengalvarayan: Jun 10, 2009 17:50:13

Negotiation over apology for the Forbes report on Ambani children


18 November, 2010

18 November, 2010

#35 Manoj Warrier: May 31, 2009 14:45:16

About Nita Ambani-Shobha De


29 November, 2010

Bad Strategy

A.K. Agrawal

The House of Tatas actually benefits the most if the Radia tapes remain in the public domain. By moving the Supreme Court to have these tapes removed would make many people will feel that the Tatas have something to hide


29 November, 2010

'A Vilification Campaign At The Behest Of Vested Interests'

'Diversionary tactics to ensure that the real issues are not probed and investigated by the authorities'


18 November, 2010

The Radia Tapes

All the 140 available audios -- a work in progress with transcripts getting added on an on-going basis and names being identified, added and corrected


25 November, 2010

Rant Of A Working Journalist

Saba Naqvi

I, for one, am glad the muck came out. In this age of paid news, blurring of boundaries and unbridled greed, Radia Tapes give us a chance to stop, think and look within


24 November, 2010

'To Put The Record Straight'

Prabhu Chawla

'Much has been made about a conversation that Nira Radia had with me... The 13 minute conversation had nothing to do with the controversial 2G of A Raja.. I have nothing to hide or be ashamed of'


19 November, 2010

Statement From Vaishnavi Corporate Communications Pvt Ltd

'We strongly condemn the unsubstantiated, baseless and reckless allegations being indiscriminately levelled by some media properties against our group, Chairperson, officers and our only client in the telecom space, Tata Teleservices'


18 November, 2010

The Power Tapes

The other big 'national resource' story involves the virtual who's who: Ambani V/s Ambani V/s Tata, gas and power sector war involving big name journos, politicians, babus, corporates


18 November, 2010

The Ratan Tata, Barkha Dutt & Other Tapes

Recordings of conversations with the likes of Ratan Tata, Ranjan Bhattacharya, Barkha Dutt, Shankar Aiyar, Sunil Arora etc


18 November, 2010

The Vir Sanghvi- Niira Radia Tapes

In these Radia wants Sanghvi to tell the Congress not to negotiate with Dayanidhi Maran. He tells her that while he has been meeting Rahul and can't "get into Sonia in the short term" he would "try and get through to Ahmed"


18 November, 2010

The Kanimozhi-Radia Tapes

The conversations with M.Karunanidhi's daughter M. Kanimozhi about keeping Dayanidhi Maran out from negotiations with the Congress and to get the telecom portfolio for A. Raja


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