4 February in History

The Rs. 64 crore Bofors scandal was the biggest corruption scandal to hit the Indian government in the 1980s. Though there have been far bigger financial scandals and scams after it, Bofors, at least in the public eye, started the era of high-level corruption scandals in India.

In a significant judgment on 4 February 2004, the Delhi High Court quashed… Read More →

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