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Supreme Court's second clean chit on Rafale a big boost for PM Modi

IndiaTimes Thursday, 14 November 2019
The Supreme Court's clean chit to the Rafale deal is a major win for PM Narendra Modi who made transparency in defence contracts a major poll issue while attacking the Congress regime's controversies like AgustaWestland and Pilatus besides 2G and Coalgate.
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News video: Advocate Ajay Aggarwal on SC dismissing review petition in Rafale deal

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The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed a review petition seeking a probe into the Rafale deal.Justice S.K. Kaul while reading the judgement said that the review petition is without merit. The court also closed contempt proceedings initiated against Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and said that being an...

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