Chitra Subramaniam Duella, Courtesy: newslaundry.com, July 17, 2013
Italian accountant Ottavio Quattrocchi who was paid a bribe of $7.2 million in the 1986 Bofors-India gun deal passed away last weekend. He was no ordinary commission agent operating in India. He was a gravy train close to the Gandhi family.
D. Raghunandan, March 26, 2013
The expose of alleged bribery in the Indian deal to buy Agusta Westland helicopters from the Italian company, Finmeccanica, led to a brief storm of media debates and anguished commentaries, followed by some official probes and actions.
Rishab Bailey and Prabir Purkayastha, March 13, 2013
With the Supreme Court Judgement on the Enrica Lexie declaring that India had concurrent jurisdiction and could try the two Italian marines, we thought we had come to an end of the jurisdictional saga.
Rishab Bailey, Newsclick, March 11, 2012