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Saturday, 27 October 2012

Bribery charge in chopper deal

We never appointed agent for Chopper project: Agusta Westland

Source: Economic Times
With Italian agencies probing allegations of it paying kickbacks to secure the deal for supplying 12 VVIP choppers, Agusta Westland today said it never appointed any agent for the Indian project and did not pay commission to any one. NEW DELHI: With Italian ...
 

IAF says its ex-pilot not among 3 Indians in VVIP helicopter probe

Source: IBNLive
New Delhi: The Indian Air Force (IAF) has issued a clarification denying that a former pilot is among the Indians named in a bribery case surrounding the sale of VVIP helicopters to the IAF from Anglo-Italian helicopter company AgustaWestland, that is owned ...

Our pilot not involved in Italian probe: IAF

Source; Zee News 
Our pilot not involved in Italian probe: IAF New Delhi: The Indian Air Force (IAF) on Saturday rejected media reports that one of its retired pilots was under investigation by Italian anti-corruption authorities into a USD 800-million deal with AgustaWestland for ...

India seeks response from Italy on bribery charge in chopper deal

Source;  Times of India 
NEW DELHI: The government is asking Italy for an early response on alleged irregularities, including involvement of middlemen, in the 2010 deal for the purchase of a dozen helicopters for the use of its VVIPs. It is also seeking information about a brigadier ...

Brigadier under scanner for 5$ million bribe demand in chopper deal

Source: Economic Times 
A Brigadier is under the scanner for allegedly demanding bribe of USD five million from an Italian company in a helicopter deal, with the Defence Ministry today seeking details from the government there and assuring "strong action" against the culprits.

Ex-IAF pilot among 3 Indians named in VVIP helicopter probe

Source: Indian Express 
Three Indians are among 15 people being probed by the Italian police in connection with the suspected payment of bribes and money laundering in the deal for VVIP helicopters for the Indian Air Force from AgustaWestland, a preliminary report submitted to a ...

India seeks details on copter deal

Source: The Hindu 
Responding to media reports alleging irregularities in the contract for 12 helicopters from AgustaWestland for VVIP use, the Ministry of Defence has requested the Italian government to provide authenticated details of the deal estimated to be worth ...

MoD asks Italy for info, promises strong action

Source: Indian Express
A day after The Indian Express reported that Italian investigators had stumbled upon documents that claim an Indian Army brigadier demanded a $5 million-bribe to swing a deal for army helicopters, the Defence Ministry said Friday that it has written to Rome ...

Italy: Ex-IAF pilot among 3 Indians in VVIP helicopter probe

Source: IBNLive 
New Delhi: A former Indian Air Force pilot and a Brigadier in the Indian Army are among four Indians named in a bribery case surrounding the sale of VVIP helicopters to the IAF from Anglo-Italian helicopter company AgustaWestland, that is owned by Italian ...

India asks Italy if Brigadier asked for 5 million dollar bribe

Source: NDTV
New Delhi: India has asked the Italian government to share details of whether Indian middlemen, including a Brigadier in the Army, offered to swing the purchase of 197 light utility helicopters for the Indian Air Force from Italian manufacturer Finmeccanica.

Choppers deal: Agusta Westland claims it is clean

Source: Zee News 
New Delhi: Facing a probe in Italy over allegations of paying bribes to secure contracts in countries including India, Agusta Westland on Friday said it has "not committed" any form of irregularity in the tender for supplying 12 VVIP choppers to Indian Air Force. 
 

Did Indian Brigadier demand bribe to swing copter deal for AgustaWestland ...

Source: India Today
The name of a serving Indian Army officer, Brigadier V.S. Saini, has been discovered in a document that Italian investigators have found in the course of their inquiries into possible kickbacks or commissions paid by Anglo-Italian helicopter manufacturer ...

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