Ranjit Sinha, the master of a 'caged parrot'

January 2014
India Today;1/6/2014, p8
The article presents information on Ranjit Sinha, director of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in India. It focuses on Sinha's role in forcing two Union Cabinet ministers, Law Minister Ashwani Kumar and Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal, to resign because of their involvement in some scams. It also focuses on Sinha's role in investigating the Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case.


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