Gokulnath Shetty, a former deputy manager at Punjab National Bank, was arrested earlier on Saturday after having gone absconding for a few days.
"Legislators take fee from litigant and salary from the public exchequer, which is professional misconduct," the plea said.
Counsel for Ramaswamy submitted that criminal action should be taken against officials who had allowed erection of banners.
The Pune Police today detained embattled city-based developer D S Kulkarni and his wife in New Delhi in a cheating case after the Bombay High Court lifted interim protection from arrest given to them.
The CBI today registered a fresh FIR against the Gitanjali Group promoted by Mehul Choksi, uncle of billionaire jeweller Nirav Modi, following a complaint from Punjab National Bank, and also approached the Interpol to locate them.
The ED yesterday carried out multiple raids on showrooms, workshops, offices and residences of Modi and Choksi and seized diamonds, jewellery and gold worth Rs 5,100 crore.
Under flak for a Rs 11,400 crore fraud case involving Punjab National Bank, the BJP today said no one irrespective of stature will be spared by the probe agencies and rejected Congress' attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi as "baseless".
Goa Foundation's director Claud Alvares said at a press conference that Parrikar, Parsekar and officials of the Mines and Geology Department were responsible for illegal renewal of mine leases.
The ED had alleged that UHY Saxena was "non-cooperative" and evading the probe in the case.
The raids came after the agency filed a Rs 280-crore money laundering case against Modi, his wife Ami, brother Nishal and business partner Mehul Choksi yesterday, following a complaint by Punjab National Bank.
While refusing to grant a stay on Sebi's ruling that barred PW and its network entities from taking up new audit work for listed companies, the tribunal modified its order passed on January 19.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today demanded a thorough and time bound investigation into the fraud in state-owned Punjab National Bank.
International Business Machines Corp's insistence in a new lawsuit that its efforts to recruit and maintain a diverse workforce are trade secrets bucks a trend towards transparency and highlights how companies can see the issue in competitive terms, business and legal experts said.
Commenting on the news report, the industrialist's office has said that it's "grossly incorrect in its references about Mr. Ratan N. Tata".
The bench said IndiGo, SpiceJet and GoAir are not being banished forever from T1 and this part relocation was only a temporary measure.
"Why were the offices set up", the Delhi High Court today asked the disqualified Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLAs, who claimed they had not received any monetary benefit, perks or remuneration including official vehicles, in their capacity as parliamentary secretaries.
The Maharashtra government on Monday told the Supreme Court the statements of four judges, who were with special CBI judge B H Loya on the last day of his life, and had termed his death as "natural", were "unimpeachable".
The Delhi High Court today expressed anguish over the manner in which posts were being circulated on social media "without any sense of responsibility" and authenticity of its source.
The observations came while the court was hearing an appeal filed by the CBI challenging the discharge of former Gujarat IPS officer NK Amin, one of the 15 accused who have been discharged from the case by the special court.
The agency also took over the probe into ranson calls made by Rajan's gang members Prince and Bunty Pandey between June and July 2002 demanding Rs 25 lakh from a person named Virendra Jain.
The case triggered an outrage, prompting the AAP government's Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) to cancel the hospital's licence on December 8 for alleged medical negligence.
The officer was allegedly leaking classified documents to a woman through through WhatsApp.
Watch CNBC-TV18’s Ashmit Kumar take you through the key highlight of the submission put forward by the official liquidator appointed by Supreme Court for selling of the Aamby Valley project.
The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) has amended the norms pertaining to insolvency resolution process for corporate persons.
A case was registered against Ekbote and Sambhaji Bhide, who head the Hindu Ekta Aghadi and Shivraj Pratishthan respectively, for allegedly "inciting" violence that left a man dead near Bhima Koregaon on January 1.