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Congress leader Rahul Gandhi claims his phone was tapped

New Delhi: Congress MP Rahul Gandhi, who had earlier alleged the ruling BJP of "phone tapping" using Pegasus, has claimed that he had the Israeli spyware on his phone and all his calls were recorded.

Pegasus used to tap telephones of Abhishek, PK: Mamata Banerjee

Kolkata: Alleging that the telephones of her nephew and party leader Abhishek Banerjee and election strategist Prashant Kishor have been tapped, Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday said people would fight it out if Pegasus spyware is used to silence political opponents by instilling fear.

A Pegasus Spin Budget: Mamata Banerjee

New Delhi/Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee described the Union Budget as 'Pegasus Spin Budget' and said it has 'zero' for common people.

Pegasus, Indo-China border issues likely to dominate Budget session beginning today

New Delhi/IBNS: The snooping allegations against the Modi government and the pot boiling Indo-China issue are likely to dominate the Budget session of Parliament beginning on Monday.

Congress accuses Modi govt of 'treason' over Pegasus

New Delhi/UNI: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday accused the central government of "treason" for allegedly buying the Pegasus snooping software from Israel allegedly to spy on political opponents and critics.

West Bengal: Jagdeep Dhankhar calls upon Bengal CS to make available entire record leading to issuance of July 26 notification regarding Pegasus Inquiry Panel

Kolkata: West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar has called upon State Chief Secretary H K Dwivedi to make available the entire record leading to the issuance of July 26 notification regarding Pegasus Inquiry Panel, precisely also reflecting the formation of ‘opinion’ by Governor in the matter latest by Dec 18.

Pegasus: Supreme Court stays Justice Lokur Commission probe by Mamata govt

New Delhi/IBNS: The Supreme Court on Friday passed an interim judgement staying the probe into the Pegasus case by Justice Lokur Commission constituted by the West Bengal government, media reports said.

Skeletons have begun to tumble out in Pegasus snooping case: P Chidambaram

New Delhi/UNI: Congress leader P Chidambaram Friday attacked the central government over the alleged Pegasus snooping case saying the Supreme Court’s decision to set up a committee is the “first skeleton” that has tumbled out of the closet in the case.

Pegasus: Rahul Gandhi says the move was politically motivated

New Delhi: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday welcomed the verdict given by the Supreme Court over Pegasus row and said it  is an attempt to crush Indian democracy.

Supreme Court orders probe into Pegasus spyware issue

New Delhi/IBNS: The Supreme Court has ordered a probe into the alleged snooping using the Pegasus spyware, an issue that rocked the Indian politics earlier this year. The court has formed a three-member committee to probe into the matter. 

Pegasus case: Supreme Court says will set up committee for probe, interim orders next week

New Delhi/IBNS: The Supreme Court Thursday said it will set up a committee to probe into the snooping allegations, adding the interim orders will be passed next week, media reports said.

Pegasus: Centre cites national security for not filing affidavit on snooping row in Supreme Court

New Delhi/IBNS: The Centre on Monday said "it had nothing to hide" but cited "national security" as it responded to the Supreme Court on why it did not file a detailed affidavit in reply to petitions seeking a formal inquiry into the Pegasus spyware scandal.

SC asks Modi govt to respond to Pegasus allegations, says 'won't compromise with national security'

New Delhi/IBNS: The Supreme Court Tuesday asked the central government to respond to the snooping allegations though said it would not ask the Centre to disclose the details, media reports said.

Parliament: Opposition leaders show unity on last day of monsoon session

New Delhi/UNI: Leaders of Opposition parties met on Wednesday morning amid talks of Parliament being adjourned sine die.

PM Modi slams Opposition's Parliament protests, says insult to Constitution, democracy, public

New Delhi/IBNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Tuesday once again slammed the Opposition's relentless protests in Parliament, calling it an "insult" to "Parliament", "Constitution", "democracy" and "public".