2G scam: CBI likely to file FIR against Dayanidhi Maran today

The CBI is on Friday likely to file an FIR against former communications minister Dayanidhi Maran in the  2G Scam.

In its status report, the CBI had on Wednesday told the Supreme Court that it had completed the preliminary inquiry into Maran’s role in the 2G scam.

The investigating agency told the apex court bench of Justice G.S. Singhvi and Justice A.K. Ganguly that the conclusions drawn on the basis of the initial inquiry were being looked into by its officials.

The decision on the filing of an FIR against Maran will be taken on Friday. This will be followed by a chargesheet.

Shares of Sun TV, promoted by Maran family, on Thursday fell sharply by over 7 per cent amid concerns emanating from the CBI’s submission in the Supreme Court.

Shares of low cost air carrier Spicejet, promoted by Maran family, also fell by 6.19 per cent to close at Rs 21.20 on the BSE.

Similar was the trend at the National Stock Exchange, where the stock lost 6.25 per cent to close at Rs 246.15.

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( Updated : 08.35am / 30th Sep )

Pakistani leaders to meet on crisis with US

Pakistani political leaders hold all-party talks on Thursday to address growing American demands on Islamabad to tackle Islamic militants and the possibility that the United States might take unilateral military steps in the country.

Support is growing in the U.S. Congress for expanding American military action in Pakistan beyond the drone strikes that already target militants in Pakistani territory, a senior Republican senator said.

The comments by Senator Lindsey Graham, an influential Republican voice on foreign policy and military affairs, follow remarks by the top U.S. military officer, Admiral Mike Mullen, accusing Pakistan last week of supporting the militant Haqqani network’s Sept. 13 attack on the U.S. embassy in Kabul.

Islamabad, which has received billions of dollars of U.S. aid despite its reluctance to go after the Haqqani network, faces the most intense pressure to tackle militancy since it joined the US “war on terror” a decade ago.

Pakistan’s military faced unprecedented public criticism after the United States’ unilateral raid that killed al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in a Pakistani garrison town in May.

A similar U.S. operation against militant leaders in North Waziristan on the Afghan border, where American officials say the Haqqanis are based, would be another humiliation for the powerful military, which sets security and foreign policy.

Graham said in an interview with Reuters that U.S. lawmakers might support military options beyond drone strikes that have been going on for years inside Pakistani territory.

Those options may include using U.S. bomber planes within Pakistan. The South Carolina Republican said he did not advocate sending U.S. ground troops into Pakistan.

“I would say when it comes to defending American troops, you don’t want to limit yourself,” Graham said. “This is not a boots-on-the-ground engagement — I’m not talking about that, but we have a lot of assets beyond drones.”

Graham said U.S. lawmakers will think about stepping up the military pressure. “If people believe it’s gotten to the point that that is the only way really to protect our interests, I think there would be a lot of support,” he said.

Pakistan and the United States have been allies for decades. But their relationship is marred by mistrust. Pakistan, regarded as critical to U.S. efforts to stabilise Afghanistan, is often described as an unreliable partner.

Following U.S. accusations that some in the Pakistani government have aided anti-U.S. militants, Congress is re-evaluating its 2009 promise to triple non-military aid to Pakistan to a total of $7.5 billion over five years.

The non-military aid came on top of billions in security assistance Washington has provided since 2001, and is now rethinking as well.

Any unilateral U.S. military action would deepen anti-American sentiment which already runs high in Pakistan over drone strikes and other issues.

29th Sep Nifty Fut levels

  Nifty Fut 4937

Tuesday closing time we given short Nifty @ 4990 click here

Yesterday morning we booked profit 4920. Net 70 Points profit.

Then again Nifty Sold @ 4955 time 12.55pm

Booked profit 4915 Time 01.53pm.

Net 40 points. Yesterday Total Profit 110 Points………

Yesterday also we posted 4970 below 4925 4885 given See low marked 4906

 Today Range 4905 to 4990.

If trade below 4905 & volume down side expect 4870 & 4840…….

Thereafter non stop slide will expect..

Today Resistance 4955 & 4995 If cross 4995 non stop rally will come target 5030 5060

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( Updated : 08.46am / 29th Sep )