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Hiten Tejwani and Gauri Pradhan, TV Actors

February 18, 2019
Asit Dixit and Umesh Patil

“Haan, better rahega kyon bataaon main aapko ye saala GST ek bamboo hai (Haan, it will be better. Why? I will tell you. This GST acts like a bamboo both for me and for you).” | Read more|

Rahul Bhat, Actor and TV Producer

February 18, 2019
Asit Dixit and Umesh Patil

“Okay hoon … toh usmein mujhe kya milega kaise karenge (Okay humm … so what would I get in return and how would it be done).” | Read more|

Poonam Pandey, Model and Actor

February 18, 2019
Asit Dixit and Umesh Patil

“Hum log basically content hum log baat karke we can sort it out wo kar sakte hain (We can basically discuss the content, we can sort it out, we can do that).” | Read more|

Mahima Chaudhry, former Bollywood Actor

February 18, 2019
Asit Dixit and Umesh Patil

“Jhoot mooth ke Tweet kitna milega … kya budget lekar aaye ho (You mean, fake Tweets. How much will you pay … What is your budget)?” | Read more|

Is the Enforcement Directorate being misled as to the role of Sushen Gupta, the secretive defense agent of both AgustaWestland and Dassault?

January 30, 2019
Aniruddha Bahal

Cobrapost has got exclusive access to two handwritten diaries of the defence agent Sushen Mohan Gupta, along with loose sheets containing notes, and other documents which prima facie link him to both AgustaWestland and Rafale deals. In fact, they identify him as the kingpin of both deals. These documents provide insigh | Read more|

BJP govt is misleading the public: Congress

May 15, 2018
cobrapost

The Congress dubbed the GDP numbers as “surprising” and “highly suspect” that could dent India’s global credibility and accused the prime minister and the finance minister of “misleading” the public. | Read more|

OPERATION FALCON CLAW: COVER STORY

November 4, 2017
cobrapost

The investigation, panning over a year, exposes 11 MPs from within the Congress, BJP, BSP, JDU and AIADMK willing to issue letters of recommendation to promote a fictitious Australian oil exploration company in exchange for fees ranging between Rs 50,000 to Rs 50 lakh. Six of these MPs even wrote the letters for a fee. | Read more|