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Motto

Industry, Impartiality and Integrity

Mission
To uphold the Constitution of India and Law of the Land through in-depth investigation and successful prosecution of offences; to provide leadership and direction to Police Forces and to act as the Nodal Agency for enhancing interstate and international cooperation in law enforcement.

Vision
Based on our motto, mission and the need to develop professionalism, transparency, adaptability to change and use of science and technology in our working, the CBI will focus on: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Combating corruption in public life, curb economic and violent crimes through meticulous investigation and prosecution. Evolve effective systems and procedures for successful investigation and prosecution of cases in various law courts. Help fight cyber and high-technology crime. Create a healthy work environment that encourages team-building, free communication and mutual trust. Support State Police Organisations and Law Enforcement Agencies in National and International Cooperation, particularly relating to enquiries and investigation of cases. Play a lead role in the war against national and transnational organised crime. Uphold Human Rights, protect the environment, arts, antiques and heritage of our civilization. Develop a scientific temper, humanism and the spirit of inquiry and reform. Strive for excellence and professionalism in all spheres of functioning, so that the organisation rises to high levels of endeavour and achievement.
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Contents
Chapter-1
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Chapter-2
Crime Investigation Work

Chapter-3
Prosecution

Chapter-4
Policy Division

Chapter-5
International Police Cooperation

Chapter-6
Human Resource & Budget

Chapter-7
Human Resource Development

Annexure-A
Overall Vacancy Position in CBI as on December 31, 2011

Annexure-B
Offences Notified under DSPE Act, 1946

Annexure-C
Training Calendar 2012 |

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CBI AN OVERVIEW

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CBI AN OVERVIEW

The Great Trio : Rajaji, Sardar Patel and Jawaharlal Nehru, whose blessings DSPE enjoyed in full measure. 1.1 In the early stages of the World War-II, the Government of India realised that the vast increase in expenditure for war efforts had provided opportunities to unscrupulous and antisocial persons, both officials and non-officials, for indulging in bribery and corruption. In order to tackle the problem, the Government set up Special Police Establishment (SPE) under a DIG in the then Department of War, through an executive order in 1941, with mandate to investigate cases of bribery and corruption in transactions with which the War and Supply Department was concerned. At the end of 1942, the activities of the SPE were extended to include cases of corruption in Railways also, which was vitally concerned with the movement and supply of war materials. 1.2 In 1943, an Ordinance was issued by the Government, constituting a Special Police Force vested with powers for investigation of certain offences committed by servants of Central Government. As a need for a Central Government Agency to investigate cases of bribery and corruption was felt even after the end of the war, the Ordinance which lapsed on September 30, 1946, was replaced by Delhi Special Police Establishment Ordinance of 1946. Subsequently, the same year, Delhi Special Police Establishment Act, 1946 (DSPE Act) was brought into existence. 1.3 A fter promulgation of the Act, superintendence of SPE was transferred to the Home Department and its functions were enlarged to cover all departments of the Government of India. The jurisdiction of SPE was extended to all the Union Territories and the Act provided for its extension to the States with the consent of the State Government. The Headquarters of SPE was shifted to Delhi and the organisation was put under the charge of Director, Intelligence Bureau. However, in 1948, a post of InspectorGeneral of Police, SPE was created and the organisation was placed under his charge.

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The Head of the Special Police Section (SPS) (DIG of Police) was given unusual powers. A sheet of the Secret Note showing extraordinary powers given to Deputy Inspector-General of Special Police Section

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Resolution dated 1st April, 1963 with the following Divisions: (i) (ii) Investigation & Anti-Corruption Division (Delhi Special Police Establishment). Technical Division.

(iii) Crime Records and Statistics Division. (iv) Research Division. (v) Legal and General Division. (vi) Administration Division. 1.6 The Investigation & Anti-Corruption Division (Delhi Special Police Establishment) was entrusted with the following mandate in the Resolution although it continued to derive its jurisdiction and powers from DSPE Act, 1946: Cases in which public servants under the control of the Central Government are involved either by themselves or along with State Government servants and/or other persons. Cases in which the interests of the Central Government or of any public sector project or undertaking, or any statutory corporation or body set up and financed by the Government of India are involved. Cases relating to breaches of Central Laws with the enforcement of which the Government of India is particularly concerned, e.g.: (a) (b) (c) (d) Breaches of Import and Export Control Orders. Serious breaches of Foreign Exchange Regulation Act. Passport frauds. Cases under the Official Secrets Act pertaining to the affairs of the Central Government. Cases of certain specified categories under the Defence of India Act or Rules with which the Central Government is particularly concerned.

Khan Qurban Alis Secret Note urging the Government to issue Ordinance detailing powers of the Special Staff (SS), dated 16th September, 1943 1.4 In 1953, an Enforcement Wing was added to the SPE to deal with offences under the Import and Export Control Act. With the passage of time, more and more cases under various laws other than Prevention of Corruption Act and violations of Import and Export Control Act also came to be entrusted to the SPE. In fact, by 1963, SPE was authorised to investigate offences under 91 different sections of Indian Penal Code and 16 other Central Acts, besides offences under the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1947. 1.5 A growing need was felt for a Central Police Agency at the disposal of the Central Government, which could investigate not only cases of bribery and corruption, but also violation of Central fiscal laws, major frauds relating to Government of India Departments, Public Joint Stock Companies, Passport frauds, crimes on the High Seas, crimes on the Airlines and serious crimes committed by organised gangs and professional criminals. Therefore, the Government of India set up Central Bureau of Investigation by a

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Serious cases of cheating or fraud relating to the Railways, or Posts & Telegraphs Department, particularly those involving professional criminals operating in several States. Crime on the High Seas.

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Crime on the Airlines. Important and serious cases in Union Territories, particularly those by professional criminals. Serious cases of fraud, cheating and embezzlement relating to Public Joint Stock Companies. Other cases of a serious nature, when committed by organised gangs or professional criminals, or cases having ramifications in several States, including Union Territories, serious cases of spurious drugs, important cases of kidnapping of children by professional interstate gangs, etc. These cases will be taken up only at the request of or with the concurrence of the State Governments /Union Territories Administrations concerned. Prosecution of cases investigated by this Division. 1.7 CBI was further strengthened by addition of an Economic Offences Wing by a Government of India Resolution dated February 2, 1964. At this time, CBI had two Investigation Wings: one called the General Offences Wing, which dealt with cases of bribery and corruption involving employees of Central Government/PSUs and the other Economic Offences Wing, which dealt with cases of violation of fiscal laws. 1.8 In September 1964, a Food Offences Wing was formed to collect intelligence regarding hoarding, black marketing, smuggling and profiteering in foodgrains and take up such cases having interstate ramifications in view of the situation prevailing at that time. It was merged in the Economic Offences Wing in 1968. 1.9 Over a period of time, some of the work originally allotted to the CBI was transferred to other organisations. Part of the work relating to Crime Records and Statistics Division was transferred to National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) and that relating to Research Division was transferred to Bureau of Police Research & Development (BPR&D). 1.10 With the passage of time, requests were made by various quarters for CBI to take up investigation even in conventional crimes like assassinations, kidnappings,

hijackings, crimes committed by extremists, violation of Official Secrets Act, large scale Banks and Insurance Frauds, etc. and others complicated cases like Bhagalpur Blinding, Bhopal Gas Tragedy, etc. Since early 1980s, Constitutional Courts also started referring cases to CBI for enquiry/investigation on the basis of petitions filed by the aggrieved persons in cases of murders, dowry deaths, rape, etc. In view of these developments, it was decided in 1987 to have two Investigation Divisions in CBI, namely, AntiCorruption Division and Special Crimes Division, the latter dealing with cases of conventional crimes as

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well as economic offences. Bank Frauds and Securities Cell was created in 1992 to investigate cases related to Bank Frauds & Securities Scams. 1.11 Even after the establishment of Special Crimes Division, Special Cells were created to take up investigations in important & sensational cases of conventional nature, e.g., Special Investigation Team (SIT) was constituted in 1991 to investigate case relating to the assassination of Shri Rajiv Gandhi, Special Investigation Cell-IV was created in 1992 to investigate cases relating to the demolition of Babri Masjid in Ayodhya and Special Task Force was created in 1993 to take up investigation relating to bomb blast in Bombay. 1.12 Due to increased workload relating to Securities Scam cases and rise in economic offences with the liberalisation of Indian economy, a separate Economic Offences Wing was established in 1994. Accordingly, three Investigation Divisions were created in CBI: (a) Anti-Corruption Division To deal with cases of corruption and fraud committed by public servants of all Central Government Departments, Central Public Sector Undertakings and Central Financial Institutions. Economic Crimes Division To deal with bank frauds, financial frauds, Import Export & Foreign Exchange Violations, large-scale smuggling of narcotics, antiques, cultural property and smuggling of other contraband items, etc. Special Crimes Division To deal with cases of terrorism, bomb blasts, sensational homicides, kidnapping for ransom and crimes committed by the mafia/underworld.

(iii) Amendment of laws or promulgation of new laws. (iv) Notification of offences under Sections 3, 5 and 6 of DSPE Act, 1946. (v) Providing inputs on legal issues for various Conferences and meetings.

(vi) Contribution on legal issues to CBI Bulletin, etc. (vii) Matters relating to the appointment of Special Judges, Magistrates, Retainer Counsels and Special Counsels. (viii) Issue of Notifications of CBI Prosecuting Officers under Sections 24 and 25 of Cr.P .C., 1973. (ix) Providing inputs to Parliament Questions on the above matters. 1.14 As on date, CBI has the following Divisions: 1. 2. 3. Anti-Corruption Division. Economic Offences Division. Special Crimes Division.

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1.13 Pursuant to the direction of Honble Supreme Court in Vineet Narian and Others v. Union of India, the existing Legal Division was reconstituted as the Directorate of Prosecution in July 2001. The Directorate of Prosecution/CBI performs the following major functions: (i) (ii) Tendering Legal Advice in cases and enquiries taken up by CBI for investigation. Conducting and monitoring prosecution of cases investigated by CBI. Qurban Ali Khan, an IPS Officer, headed the organisation from 1941 to 1947

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Policy and International Police Cooperation Division. Administration Division. Directorate of Prosecution. Central Forensic Science Laboratory.

1.15 CBI of today continues to derive its power to investigate from DSPE Act, 1946. Section 2 of the Act vests DSPE with jurisdiction to investigate offences in the Union Territories only. However, the jurisdiction can be extended by the Central Government to other areas, including Railway areas and States under Section 5(1) of the Act, provided a State Government accords consent under Section 6 of the Act. The Executive Officers of CBI of the rank of Sub-Inspector and above exercise all powers of a Station Officer-in-Charge of the Police Station for the concerned area for the purpose of investigation. As per Section 3 of the Act, Special Police Establishment is authorised to investigate only those cases, which are notified by the Central Government from time to time. 1.16 Over the years, the Central Bureau of Investigation has emerged as a Premier Investigating Agency of the country, which enjoys the trust of the people, Parliament, Judiciary and the Government. In the last 70 years, the organisation has evolved from an Anti-Corruption Agency to a Multifaceted, Multi-Disciplinary Central Police Law Enforcement Agency with capability, credibility and legal mandate to investigate and prosecute offences anywhere in India. As on date, offences under existing 74 Central Acts, 19 State Acts and 243 offences under the Indian Penal Code have been notified by the Central Government under Section 3 of the DSPE Act.

1.17 Director, CBI as Inspector-General of Police, Delhi Special Police Establishment, is responsible for the administration of the organisation. With enactment of CVC Act, 2003, the superintendence of Delhi Special Police Establishment vests with the Central Government save investigations of offences under the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988, in which, the superintendence vests with the Central Vigilance Commission. Director, CBI has been provided security of two-year tenure in CBI by the CVC Act, 2003. The CVC Act also provides mechanism for selection of Director, CBI and other Officers of the rank of SP and above in CBI. 1.18 A consultant was appointed in the year 2007 to study the existing structure and functioning of CBI and suggest ways and means to improve the organisational efficiency. Keeping in view the recommendations of the consultant and inputs received from various Officers of CBI, it was felt that multiplicity of decision-making levels results in delays. Accordingly, the organisation was restructured with effect from 1.1.2009 by reducing one level of decision making. The CBI now has 16 Zones and 60 Branches. It has been ensured that each State is covered by at least one Branch/Unit of CBI at State-capital or at big city/metro. 1.19 A new zone, namely, Technical Forensic & Coordination (TFC) headed by IG/DIG was created at CBI Headquarters, New Delhi with effect from 14th January, 2010. This zone will not only be responsible for Technological Upgradation of CBI including establishment and functioning of newly-created Technological and Forensic Support Units (TAFSU), but also strengthening interbranch, interstate and international cooperation and coordination.

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CRIME INVESTIGATION WORK

2.1 1003 Regular Cases/Preliminary Enquiries were registered during 2011. 79 of these were taken up on the requests of State Governments/Union Territories and 122 on the directions of the Constitutional Courts. 838 Regular Cases and 154 Preliminary Enquiries were finalised during the year. At the end of the year, 828 cases/enquiries were pending investigation/enquiry. During the year, charge-sheets were filed in 701 cases and judgements were received in 895 court cases. The conviction rate for 2011 was 67%. At the end of the year, as many as 10022 trials (Court Cases) were pending in various courts. 2.2 REGISTRATION

2.2.1 1003 cases were registered during the year including 812 Regular Cases (RCs) and 191 Preliminary Enquiries (PEs). 201 cases were registered for demand of bribe by public servants for showing official favours and 62 cases were registered for possession of assets disproportionate to known sources of income. The comparative figures of registration of cases /enquiries during the last three years and break-up of registration in 2011 in the three Investigation Divisions of CBI are depicted in the Bar Charts below:

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2.2.2 Some of the important cases registered during 2011 were: ANTI-CORRUPTION DIVISION 2.2.2(a) TRAP CASES Against a Superintendent, O/o Director General of Central Excise & Customs (Intelligence), Pune for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.1.09 crore from a Steel businessman of Jalana for evading excise duty. (RC1222011A0002) Against a Deputy Manager, State Bank of India, Patna for demanding a bribe of Rs.1.20 lac and accepting Rs.30,000/- as first instalment of bribe from the complainant in connection with a matter of loan. (RC0232011A0002) Against a Manager, Food Corporation of India, Raipur for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.50,000/- from the complainant for settling his pending bills pertaining to paddy handling/railhead handling. (RC1242011A0001) Against a Manager, United Bank of India, Guwahati for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.1 lac from the complaint for settling a bank account maintained in the name of his father. (RC0152011A0001) Against an Assistant Garrison Engineer, Ministry of Defence for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.25,000/- from a contractor for settling his final bills. (RC0362011A0002)

Against a Senior Section Engineer (Electrical), E.C. Railway, Sambalpur for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.50,000/for himself and for Deputy Chief Electrical Engineer for releasing payments of the pending final bills. (RC0152011A0005) Against two Enforcement Officers, O/o Regional Provident Fund Commissioner-II and Enforcement Officer, Gulbarga for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.50,000/- for issuing a clearance certificate to enable the complainant to get his dues. (RC0372011A0004) Against a Garrison Engineer(I), Air Force Station, Awantipora, Kashmir (J&K) for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.40,000/- from the complainant for releasing his payments and awarding contracts in future. (RC01232011A0001) Against an Income Tax Officer, Warangal for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.1,00,000/from the complainant for doing favour in the matter of assessment of income tax. (RC0352011A0008) Against an official of Bar Council for demanding and accepting Rs.1,25,000/- from private person for giving favourable report for continuation of LL.B. and B.A.L.L.B. (Integrated) courses in the College. (RC0052011A0007) Against a President, Sector-16, Co-operative Group Housing Society for demanding a bribe of Rs.1 lac from the complainant for transfer of share certificate of a flat purchased by him. (RC0052011A0009)

Against a Reserve Inspector, Central Industrial Security Force, 4th Reserve Bn, Jaipur for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.50,000/- each from four Constables for relieving them from duties. (RC0302011A0013) Against an Inspector, Central Bureau of Narcotics, Garoth, District Mandsore and a private person for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.3 lac from the complainant for not implicating him in an NDPS case of Central Bureau of Narcotics and removing his name from the case. (RC0082011A 0006) Against a Deputy General Manager & others of Mishra Dhatu Nigam Limited, for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.10,000/from the complainant for giving a favourable report. (RC0352011A0011) Against a Sub-Inspector, Delhi Police for demanding a bribe of Rs.1 lac from the complainant and accepting Rs. 80,000/- through a private person for getting the house of complaint vacated from the possession of his daughter-inlaw. (RC0032011A0002) Against a Junior Engineer and a Mate, Municipal Corporation of Delhi for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.2 lac from the complainant for not demolishing his under-construction house. (RC0032011A0003) Against a Deputy Director, Ministry of Defence, R. K. Puram, New Delhi for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.60,000/from the complainant on the pretext of getting his ACRs upgraded. (RC0032011A0004)

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Against a Divisional Engineer, Department of Railways for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.50,000/- for getting his pending bills passed. (RC0262011A0023) Against a Joint Director, Central Insecticide Board for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.40,000/- from the complainant for clearing his files. (RC2172011A0007) Against an Assistant Inspector General of Police, Punjab Police for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.3 lac from complainant in the matter of various FIRs registered by Punjab Police. (RC0052011A0015) Against a Deputy Superintendent of Police, UT, Chandigarh, for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.1 lac from the complainant to render favour in cases registered against him. (RC0052011A0016) Against an Additional Commissioner, Income Tax, for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.50 lac from the complainant for settlement of tax liability of his firm. (RC0322011A0033) Against a General Manager, Bharat Coking Coal Limited for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.5 lac from the complainant for managing favourable report with regard to ongoing Joint Surprise Check conducted at Rajapur Open Cast Project (ROCP), Kustore Area, BCCL, Dhanbad. (RC0252011A0010) Against a Superintending Engineer, Mahanadi Coalfields

Limited, for demanding a bribe of Rs.1 lac and accepting Rs.20,000/- from the complainant for preparation of final bills of the works executed by him. (RC0152011A0016) Against an Assistant Engineer and a Divisional Officer, Life Corporation of India, Jabalpur for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.20,000/- from the complainant for preparation and payments of bills. (RC0092011A0012) Against a private person for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.3 lac from the complainant for getting de-sealed his shop through a Tehsildar. (RC0032011A0018) Against some private persons, who by impersonating themselves as CBI officers, extorted/ demanded/accepted money from various private persons on the pretext of influencing public servants in getting their work done. (RC0262011A0031) Against an Assistant Divisional Engineer and a Senior Section Engineer, Department of Railways, for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.50,000/from a complainant for allowing smooth passage of his trailers through the Railway crossing. (RC0282011A0014) Against an Income Tax Officer and a Chartered Accountant for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.1.5 lac from the complainant through a Chartered Accountant for getting a favourable order. (RC0262011A0037) Against an Advocate, a private person, for demanding and

accepting a bribe of Rs.30 lac from a complainant for exercising his personal influence with public servants for getting a favourable order from National Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission. (RC0262011A0035) Against a Chief Engineer, Northern Coalfields Limited and private persons for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.5 lac from a complainant for clearing his pending bills/Tender. (RC0092011A0016) Against a Chief Engineer, Northern Coalfields Limited and private persons for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs. 7 lac from a complainant for getting his pending bills/Tender. (RC0092011A0017) Against a Commander, Works Engineer, Military Engineering Services for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.50,000/- from a complainant for clearing his pending bills. (RC0312011A0011) 2.2.2(b) DISPROPORTIONATE ASSETS CASES Against a Vice-Chancellor, Indian Maritime University, Chennai for possession of disproportionate assets in the name of self and his wife to the tune of Rs. 1.57 crore. (RC0262011A0003) Against a Deputy Registrar of Trade Marks and relatives for possession of disproportionate assets to the tune of Rs.69 lac. (RC0322011A0013) Against a Superintendent, Central Excise for possession of disproportionate assets to the tune of Rs.94.36 lac. (RC0262011A0014)

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Against an Income Tax Officer, for possession of disproportionate assets to the tune of Rs.1.51 crore. (RC1242011A0006) Against an Additional Commissioner of Income Tax for possession of disproportionate assets to the tune of Rs.4.56 crore. (RC0362011A0004) Against a Deputy Manager, Indian Oil Corporation Limited for possession of disproportionate assets to the tune of Rs.3.08 crore. (RC0052011A0017) Against President of Dental Council of India for possession of disproportionate assets to the tune of Rs.96.01 lac. (RC2182011A0011) Against a Director of Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment for possession of disproportionate assets to the tune of Rs.3.15 crore. (RC2172011A0012) Against a Chairman & Managing Director of NALCO, Department of Mines for possession of disproportionate assets to the tune of Rs.2.84 crore. (RC2162011A0009) Against a Scientist-E of Ministry of Communication for possession of disproportionate assets to the tune of Rs.79.71 lac. (RC0322011A0047) Against a Deputy SME, ICF, Chennai Railways and private persons for possession of disproportionate assets to the tune of Rs.1.46 crore. (RC0322011A0048)

2.2.2(c) OTHER CORRUPTION CASES Against a Professor, Ministry of Human Resource & Development, Department of Education and twelve others for entering into criminal conspiracy and recommending for grant of renewal approval to Mahatma Gandhi Medical College for the intake of M.B.B.S. students from 100 to 150 in spite of the persistent deficiencies of the shortage of Professors/Assistant Professors and Residential Doctors and also of poor infrastructure. (RC0322011A0008) Against a Sub-Inspector, Goa State Police for selling drugs to two girls who appeared to be foreign nationals. (RC0272011A0004) Against an IAS Officer working as CEO, Doordarshan, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, New Delhi, for entering into criminal conspiracy and rendering undue favour to a private firm in the award and execution of the contract for production and coverage of Commonwealth Games - 2010 in spite of objections from various quarters within the Prasar Bharti, thereby causing a loss to the tune of Rs.100 crore (approx). to Public Exchequer. (RC2162011A0002) Against a Chairman & Managing Director, an IAS, Chairman, Madras Port Trust, Ministry of Shipping and others for causing wrongful loss to the Port Trust in the matter of procurement of coal conveyor system. (RC0322011A0018)

Against the Director-General, Organising Committee and other officials of OC, Commonwealth Games - 2010 and the Managing Directors/Directors of Private Companies for entering into a criminal conspiracy with Managing Director/Director of Private Companies in the award of contracts for overlays for different venues of CWG - 2010 at exorbitant rates. (RC0032011A0001)

CWG Cases
Commonwealth Games 2010 were organised in Delhi from October 3-14, 2011. A total of 4,336 athletes and 2,115 officials from 71 Commonwealth Games Federations participated in 17 sports disciplines and 4 para-sports disciplines. Despite the success of the Games, there were widespread allegations of rampant corruption in organisation of the Games. Accordingly, after the Games, (till 31.12.2011), CBI had registered 15 Regular Cases and 6 Preliminary Enquiries covering officials of Organising Committee, CPWD, MCD, NDMC, MTNL, DDA, PWD Delhi and others. Out of these, 2 RCs and 3 PEs were disposed of within the year. In both the RCs, charge-sheets have been filed and 14 persons were arrested during the course of investigation.

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Against thirteen accused persons belonging to Army, DEO (Defence Estate Office), Government of Maharashtra, public servants and unknown persons for their illegal acts in the affairs of Adarsh Cooperative Housing Society of Mumbai. (RC0262011A0006) Against unknown officials, Distance Admission for Students Abroad (DASA), Surathkal, Mangalore, Karnataka and National Institute of Technology (NIT), Durgapur, for entering into a criminal conspiracy to secure admission in B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering stream under DASA Scheme after clearing Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) and in furtherance of the said conspiracy ignoring glaring discrepancies in the candidature and securing admission on the basis of false and fabricated documents submitted as a proof of nationality. (RC0102011A0005) Against a CEO, three Executive Directors of Bhilai Steel Plant and other unknown officials of MECON and private persons for entering into a criminal conspiracy with a view to cause undue pecuniary advantage to the private parties in the procurement of 30 cranes for BSP Bhilai. , (PE1242011A0002) Against unknown officers of NHPC, Faridabad for entering into a criminal conspiracy with a private firm and by abusing their official position as public servant for awarding the contracts for supply of equipment and materials for Rural Electrification work in the District of Kargil and

Leh of J&K at highly exorbitant rates and causing a wrongful gain worth Rs.46 crore to the said firm. (RC2182011A0001) Against a General Manager, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, Cuttack Telecom District for entering into criminal conspiracy with a private firm and in pursuance thereof, awarding the work of printing of Telephone Directory of Cuttack Telecom District to the private firm on the basis of single tender at higher rate and thereby causing wrongful loss to the BSNL. (RC0152011A0003) Against a Regional Director, NCTE, Jaipur and others for entering into a criminal conspiracy with a private college and cheating NCTE, Jaipur by according recognition for additional intake of 100 students of B.Ed. and M.Ed. Courses in contravention of NCTE Norms and Standards. (RC0962011A0002) Against a Doctor of Punjab and a Professor of New Delhi for abusing their official positions in the matter of executing the assignment of inspection given to them by the O/o Regional Director, NCTE, Jaipur, for misrepresenting the facts regarding the availability of space for the proposed B.Ed College and thereby causing undue favour to the society by way of recognition, which would not have been granted otherwise. (RC0312011A0002) A Preliminary Enquiry against a Retired Chairman, Paradip Port Trust, Paradip for committing misconduct in the matter of award of contracts in Paradip Port Turst, Paradip. (PE0152011A0003)

Against an Area Sales Manager and others of North-Eastern Coalfields, Assam, for selling coal at a subsidized rates to the private persons in voilation of existing distribution policy, thereby causing wrongful loss to the tune of Rs. 15.5 crore. (RC0172011A0005) A Preliminary Enquiry against a Deputy Chief Engineer (Construction), Lumding, for showing undue favour to the contractor in the matter of payment of the 1st CC Bill amounting to Rs.5.93 crore in respect of a Contract Agreement. (PE0172011A0002) A Preliminary Enquiry against the then Chairman-cum-Managing Director of NHPC, Corporate Office, Faridabad (Haryana), the then Chief Engineer, and others, for committing misconduct by releasing an inadmissible excessive payment of Rs.11.50 crore in favour of a private firm in the matter of boring of two Inclined Pressure Shafts of Parbati Hydroelectric Project Stage-II, Kullu. (PE0962011A0001) Against officials of ITBP and the then Deputy Inspector-General of Police for obtaining bribes from candidates for their selection as Constables/Head Constables. (RC0072011A0006) Against a Group Captain and other five Senior Officers of Organising Committee, Commonwealth Games - 2010 and two private companies for entering into a criminal conspiracy and extending undue favour to a private company appointed as official Master

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Licensee for Merchandising and On-line & Retail Concessionaire for Commonwealth Games 2010 against a minimum royalty amount of Rs.7.05 crore. (RC2162011A0004) A Preliminary Enquiry against the then Chief Executive Officer, NOIDA on the allegations that he had allotted contracts worth Rs.10 crores to different contractors on selection basis without inviting tenders and thereby causing a financial loss to NOIDA by not paying conversion charges with respect to plot allotted to him. Further, a 13-hectare City Park situated near Sector-24, 33 and 35 in NOIDA was demolished and a new residential Sector-32 was carved out in violation of the Master Plan. (PE2172011A0003) Against a Professor, Government of Union Territories & others for

entering into criminal conspiracy during 2007-2010 at Puducherry and other places and using expired chemicals and other items for use in hospitals, which were purchased at exorbitant rates by disregarding the established rules framed in this regard. (RC0322011A0026) A Preliminary Enquiry against a SP of CBI for committing gross irregularities by not filing the charge-sheets, relied-upon documents and statements of witnesses in the concerned Trial Courts in 6 cases of BS & FC, Delhi. (PE2172011A0002) Against a Chief Engineer, SouthWestern Railway, Hubli for rendering favours to a private firm in the award of tender for constructions of road and bridge, thereby causing an undue loss of nearly Rs.35.95 lac to SWR and corresponding gain to accused persons. (RC0372011A0010) A Preliminary Enquiry against a General Manager, NHAI, Delhi & others, alleging that he, in collusion with other officials of NHAI, Delhi, succeeded in getting the alternative proposal submitted by the two firms approved by the Monitoring Committee, with the ulterior motive of saving their land from acquisition and getting the alternative proposal approved overlooking the standards of road safety, delay in completion of project and invited further litigations/interference into such matters at the time of construction of National Highways. (PE1202011A0003) A Preliminary Enquiry against a Vice-Chancellor, Department of Education, Aligarh Muslim

University, Aligarh, U.P and other . unknown persons for committing gross misconduct in violation of relevant statues, directives, ordinances and regulations of the Aligarh Muslim University Grant Commission, Ministry of HRD, Central Government Rules, etc. (PE2172011A0007) A Preliminary Enquiry against a COO, OC, CWG, an ADG (Fin.) OC. CWG, an OC, CWG, a JDG, OC, CWG, and a DDG - all of Department of Youth Affairs & Sports, for committing gross misconduct in award and execution of two contracts Games Workforce Services and Games Planning Project and Risk Management Services. (PE2162011A0002) A Preliminary Enquiry against a Senior DCM, Department of Railways for entering into a criminal conspiracy and collection of illegal money from coal agents/ Railway goods shed in the name of flood relief for West Bengal people at the instance of CCM, NF Railways, Maligaon as per direction of General Manager, NF Railway, Maligaon. (PE0172011A0004) On the directions of Honble High Court of A.P against a Principal . Secretary, Government of Andhra Pradesh in the matter of execution of an Integrated Township Project at Manikonda in Hyderabad by some private firms with the connivance of the public servants of the Government of Andhra Pradesh. (RC0352011A0018) Against a Member of Parliament & others on the allegations that

Bar Council of India Group of Cases CBI has registered 6 Regular Cases and one Preliminary Enquiry pertaining to criminality/ irregularities in the matter of grant of recognition/ increasing number of seats in the various Law Colleges spread all over the country. Charge-sheets have been filed in 3 cases, whereas 3 cases are under different stages of investigation. The Preliminary Enquiry has also been finalised.

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the investors invested in the companies owned and promoted by the said Member of Parliament at very high premiums as a quid pro quo for the favours doled out by the then Chief Minister of A.P . (RC0352011A0019) Against a Chief Medical Officer, Government of Uttar Pradesh for entering into a criminal conspiracy and misappropriating funds allotted for the National Rural Health Mission in connivance with Contractors/Firms by way of making fraudulent reimbursement claims relating to hiring of vehicles, purchase of medicine, etc. (RC2172011A0009) Against an official of Bar Council of India, including Vice-Chairman for entering into a criminal conspiracy and demanding and obtaining illegal gratification to the tune of Rs. 3 lac from private persons for expediting the process of recognition of the School of Medical Council of India Group of Cases

Law Studies, Bulandshahar. (RC2182011A0010) A Preliminary Enquiry against unknown officers of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, for committing gross misconduct in the matter of award of BSNLs Wi Max based broadband franchise contract in favour of a private firm in three LSAs of BSNL. (PE2162011A0004) A Preliminary Enquiry against a Financial Advisor of Municipal Corporation and other unknown officers/officials of NDMC for awarding the work of construction of Convention Centre (NDCC Block-B), Phase-II, Jai Singh Road, New Delhi in favour of a private firm in gross violation of rules/regulations and by manipulation of documents. (PE2182011A0003) A Preliminary Enquiry against a Director-General, Ordnance Factory and others for committing gross misconduct in the matter of procurement of Armour Steel by OFB, Ex-Chairman, DGOF, OFB, Kolkata by showing undue favours to private firms in an irregular manner. (PE2172011A0004) A Preliminary Enquiry against some private persons on the allegations that two private persons having close nexus with the Members of ITAT at Kolkata during the period 2002-2008 used to prepare orders to be passed by Income Tax Appellate Tribune (ITAT) Bench Members in different matters, in which they were appearing on behalf of their clients as appellant or respondents. It is also alleged that both the private persons were also

preparing orders to be passed by ITAT Bench Members, in which they did not represent the assessee. (PE0102011A0005) Against a Minister, Department of Telecommunication and private persons for entering into a criminal conspiracy and by abusing his official position, deliberately delaying grant of licences in 7 telecom circle and other approvals/ permission on various issues pending before Department of Telecom related to certain private firms on frivolous grounds with the intent to force their exit from telecom business by constricting its business environment. (RC0032011A0022) Against a Minister of Government of Karnataka, a Director, Government of Karnataka, a Deputy Conservator, Government of Karnataka and private persons for committing gross illegalities in the matter of award of mining lease in favour of a private firm. (RC0372011A0018) A Preliminary Enquiry against the Chairman, OC, a SecretaryGeneral, OC, CWG, a Director (Ticketing-FA), OC, Department of Youth Affairs & Sports for committing gross misconduct by deliberately holding back sale of tickets of opening and closing ceremony and other sports events to members of general public and printing them as complimentary tickets, thereby causing wrongful loss of Rs.71 crore and also causing wrongful loss by distribution of tickets at discounted price to Members of Business Club of India. (PE2162011A0007) Against the then Chairman (Telecom Commission) &

CBI has registered 15 Regular Cases and one Preliminary Enquiry pertaining to Criminality/ Irregularities in the matter of grant of recognition/ increasing number of seats in the various Medical Colleges spread all over the country. Charge-sheets have been filed in 5 cases, whereas 10 cases are under different stages of investigation. The Preliminary Enquiry has also been finalised.

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Secretary (Telecom), Department of Telecommunications, the then DDG (VAS)/DoT, three private Cellular Companies based at New Delhi & Mumbai and others for entering into a criminal conspiracy and committing gross irregularities in the matter of grant of Additional 2-G Spectrum, thereby causing a loss to the tune of Rs.508 crore (approx.) during the period 2001-2007. (RC0032011A0024) A Preliminary Enquiry against a Vice-Chancellor, Indira Gandhi National Centre for committing gross misconduct in granting permission/approval to Sikkim Manipal University, Sikkim and Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar to run various programmes under Distance Education Scheme bypassing the Joint Action Committee of University Grants Commission (UGC), All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and Distance Education Council (DEC) of IGNOU. (PE2162011A0008) A Preliminary Enquiry against an officer of Indian Economic Service working as CEO, Industrial Finance Corporation of India (IFCI) on the allegation that he had taken voluntary retirement in 2007 and applied for the post of Director, IFCI without following Rule 10 of the CCS (Pension) Rules and had not taken prior approval of Government. (PE2182011A0005) A Regular Case has been registered on the directions of Honble High Court of A.P ., against an Member of Parliament and others for misuse of power

by his father under his influence in respect of allotment of lands, mines, and granting of licenses. (RC0352011A0019) Against the then Director, Department of Railways, the then OS, Department of Railways and other unknown officials Central Excise, Midna Division, and unknown private persons for entering into a criminal conspiracy and cheating the Railway Department and Central Excise and Customs Department by fraudulently transporting huge quantity of iron ore under Priority C Category and at the concessional freight rates meant only for Domestic Consumption and using the said transported iron ore for other than domestic use and for the purpose of export by submitting/ using fake/forged monthly excise returns to the Railways, thereby causing a wrongful loss of about Rs.355 crore to S.E. Railways with corresponding wrongful gain to themselves. (RC0102011A0035) 2.2.2(d) ECONOMIC OFFENCES DIVISION Against Bank officials, Directors of a Company and others for having cheated State Bank of Mysore to the tune of Rs.45.16 crore in the matter of negotiating forged foreign bills submitted by the company. (RC0742011E0001) Against Bank official and private persons for having cheated State Bank of Mysore of Rs.64.03 crore in the matter of negotiating forged foreign bills submitted by the company. (RC0742011E0002)

Against two Directors of a private firm and unknown officials of State Trading Corporation of India Limited (STC) for entering into a criminal conspiracy and causing undue pecuniary advantage to the private firm in the matter of availing Foreign Bill Discounting Facility, thereby causing wrongful loss to the tune of Rs. 339.83 crore to the Bank of India. (RC0772011E0004) Against a private firm and unknown officials of State Bank of Hyderabad and others for entering into a criminal conspiracy and causing undue pecuniary advantage to the private firm by abusing their official positions in the matter of availing Export Packing Credit, Working Capital Demand Loan and Letter of Credit, thereby causing a wrongful loss to the tune of Rs. 47.71 crore to the State Bank of Hyderabad. (RC0772011E0005) A Preliminary Enquiry against a Managing Director and an Executive Chairman of a private firm and unknown officials of Bank of India for committing gross misconduct in the matter of sanction and disbursal of Rs.79 crore as PC limit to the private firm despite knowing that export of Bauxite from the ports of Gujarat would run into trouble due to the sanctions imposed by the Government of Gujarat, thereby resulting into a wrongful loss to the tune of Rs. 126 crore to the Bank of India. (PE0772011E0001) Against 92 persons regarding manipulation in the result of Entrance Exam for AIPVT (All India Pre-Veterinary Test), 2011. (RC2192011E0006)

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Against some private persons for entering into a criminal conspiracy and committing fraud in admission to MD/MS through All India PG Entrance Examination of January 2011 conducted by All India Institute of Medical Sciences. (RC2192011E0007). Against some private persons for entering into a criminal conspiracy and committing fraud in PG Entrance Examinations for addmission to MD/MS course in different departments in All India Institute of Medical Sciences conducted by the Institute in November 2010. (RC2192011E0008) Against a Chairman & Managing Director, Oriental Insurance Company Ltd. and other private persons on the allegations that a private firm had taken Credit Insurance from Oriental Insurance Company Ltd. for its multiple bank guarantees to cover its transactions with State-owned Oil Companies, etc. on default by the Airline to Oil Companies, claim was made on OICL to the extent of Rs.442 crore. (RC2202011E0007) A Preliminary Enquiry against a CEO, Life Insurance Corporation of India and other private persons/ firms on the allegations that the private firm obtained a term loan to the tune of Rs. 300 crore for financing 4 projects by wrongly projecting the projects pertaining to the said firm, though only one project pertained to the said firm. The loan was processed and disbursed by the LIC Housing Finance Corporation Limited and the same was misused by the firm. (PE0772011E0003)

Against the then Power Ministercum-Chief Minister, Jharkhand State and 28 others on the allegation that under Rajiv Gandhi Gramin Vidhyutikaran Yojana in Jharkhand during the year 20062007, the public servants connived with the officials of a private firm in the matter of award and execution of the related contract amounting to Rs.129.80 crore, Rs.152.83 crore and Rs.185.33 crore pertaining to Latehar, Gadhwa & Palamu Districts respectively in consideration for AIIMS Admission Racket busted

illegal gratification/kickbacks. (RC2192011E0013) Against two Directors of a private firm for entering into criminal conspiracy and availing the LC facility by submitting fake proforma invoices, showing purchase of pulses and, thereafter, siphoned off the money by routing through group companies/ associates with different Banks by following kite-flying transactions, thereby resulting into wrongful loss of Rs.8.39 crore to the Oriental Bank of Commerce. (RC0732011E0006) A Preliminary Enquiry against a former CMD, Corporation Bank on the allegations that he, while functioning as CMD of Corporation Bank, had indulged in irregularities in the matter of sanction of credit limits of Rs.50 crore in favour of two private firms. (PE0782011E0003 & (PE0782011E0004) Against two Turkish nationals and one Indian national u/s 120-B r/w 489-B and 489-C of IPC, following recovery of Fake Indian Currency Notes worth Rs. 1.54 crore (approx.) from their possession. (RC2202011E0004) A Preliminary Enquiry against a former CMD, Corporation Bank on the allegations that while functioning as CMD of Corporation Bank, he had waived processing fee of Rs.21.45 crore leviable in respect of six different instances and also resorted to charging of interest on fixed rate basis instead of Base rate, thereby causing huge losses considering the difference of 2.15% in the

CBI busted an Admission Racket in which certain private persons were rigging the admission process for entrance to various Postgraduate and Undergraduate medical courses, conducted by All courses run by several Medical Colleges including the prestigious AIIMS. The kingpin of the gang was also a Medical Doctor, who organised manipulation in the OMR sheets of the candidates in conspiracy with the private agency engaged by AIIMS for processing of the results. The accused persons also used to rig the admission process in similar manner for admission to Veterinary courses conducted by All India Veterinary Council.

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rate of interest on Rs.500 crore. (PE0782011E0002) Against a DFO, N.C. Hills Division, Haflong, an Ex-CEM, N.C. Hills Autonomous Council and Proprietor of a private firm for entering into a criminal conspiracy and misappropriating an amount of Rs.12 crore, received from NHAI for compensatory afforestation. (RC0202011A0001) A Preliminary Enquiry against an official of R&AW for carrying several Top Secret files, in contravention to the instructions contained in the Manual on Office Procedure. Further, some files of classified nature were also found lying insecured in the chamber of one Officer of R&AW. It was revealed that some of the classified information from the above Top Secret files have been leaked to the Press on 28.11.2010 by some unknown persons. (PE2162011A0001) Against a private person for introducing a malicious script in Baggage Reconciliation System (BRCS) & Common Use Passenger Processing System (CUPPS) of T3 IGI New Delhi Airport which rended the system unavailable for more than 12 hrs causing a total breakdown in the system and inconvenience to the passengers. (RC2212011E005) Against a private person for misusing Debit cards issued by Indian Overseas Bank at 3692 Point of Sale (POS) transaction in Australia for purchase of expensive items like ipods, high end Laptops, Cameras, Clothes and

causing loss of Rs.32.2 crore to the Bank. (RC2212011E0002) 2.2.2(e) SPECIAL CRIMES DIVISION A case regarding murder of one Madan Tamang, President of A.B.G.L. by the leaders/members of GJMM at Club Side Motor Stand, Darjeeling on 21.5.2010. (RC0562011S0001) A case relating to the escape of accused Nicol Tamang from Police custody on 22.08.2010, who was arrested on 16.08.2010 in connection with the murder of Madan Tamang, President of A.B.G.L. (RC0562011S0002) A case on the directions of Tamil Nadu Government relating to suicidal death of Sadiq Batcha. (RC0582011S0004) A case on the orders of Honble Supreme Court of India for investigation of Tulsiram Prajapati Encounter. (RC0572011S0002) A case on the orders of Honble Supreme Court on the circumstances and the manner in which Cherukuri Rajkumar @Azad and Hemchandra Pandey met with death. (RC0352011S0014) A case on the orders of Honble High Court of Lucknow against unknown persons relating to death of Dr. Yogendra Singh Sachan, the then Deputy CMO (Family Welfare), Lucknow. (RC0532011S0004) A case against a Chief Medical Superintendent, State Government and private persons

regarding alleged poisoning of Swami Nigmanand. (RC0072011S0010) Sixteen cases against private persons in relation to allegation of printing and sale of lotteries of Sikkim and Bhutan in Kerala (Lottery Scam). (RC0332011S0011 to RC0332011S0025 and RC0332011S0030) A case on a reference received from Madhya Pradesh Government against some unknown persons relating to the murder of Ms. Shehla Masood. (RC0082011S0012) A case on the orders of Honble Supreme Court of India, New Delhi against a MLA and others relating to rape of Ms. Sheelu of District Banda. (RC0532011S0007) A case against private persons relating to abduction of Smt. Bhanwari Devi w/o Shri Amar Chand Nutt. (RC0482011S0007) A Preliminary Enquiry against unknown officers and unknown private persons on the orders of the Honble High Court of Judicature at Allahabad, Lucknow Bench in the matter of execution and implementation of the NRHM and utilization of funds at various levels during such implementation in the entire State of Uttar Pradesh. (PE0532011S0004) A case on the orders of Honble High Court of Gujarat against Officers of Gujarat Police regarding fake encounter of Israt Jahan and 3 others. (RC0572011S0005)

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2.3

INVESTIGATION

2.3.1 In 2011, investigation/enquiries were finalised in 838 RCs and 154 PEs. Charge-sheets were filed in 701 cases in the Competent Courts. The following Bar Charts indicate the disposal of cases/enquiries from investigation during the last three years and also the Division-wise disposal from investigation/enquiry in 2011.

Over the years, the CBI has evolved into the Premier Investigating Agency of our country. There is a loud clamour for the investigation to be handed over to the CBI, whenever there is a gruesome crime, a complex case, a politically-sensitive matter or large-scale fraud. Such requests come from all parts of our country and from governments of different persuasions. It is quite common for High Courts, and even the Supreme Court, to entrust cases considered complex or sensitive to the CBI for investigation. Over the years, the CBI has acquitted itself well as an independent, professional and competent investigating agency. It has set benchmarks for other investigating outfits in our country to emulate. - Dr. Manmohan Singh, Honble Prime Minster of India, while addressing the gathering on the occasion of Inauguration of CBI Headquarters Building on April 30, 2011

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2.3.2 A total of 828 cases/enquiries were under investigation at the end of the year 2011 as against 815 cases/enquiries under investigation at the end of 2010. The following Bar Charts show the comparative figures for the last three years and also the break-up for various Divisions at the end of 2011:

During the year 2011, CBI focused on reducing pendency of cases pending for investigation for more than one year. As a result of this special focus, the pendency of one-year-old cases decreased from 197 (as on 31st December, 2010) to 169 (as on 31st December, 2011) which is the lowest in recent past.

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2.3.3 There were 169 cases under investigation for more than one year as on December 31, 2011. The following Bar Charts show pendency of such cases at the end of 2009, 2010 and 2011 along with break-up for three Divisions at the end of current year:

2.3.4

The following Pie Chart gives the detailed break-up of the disposal of cases from investigation:

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2.3.5 Some of the Notable charge-sheets in 2011 were: Against two private persons for maintaining criminal nexus with high-ranking officials of Financial Institutions and PSUs and acting as facilitators and mediators for various private companies to obtain loans and other financial facilities from these financial institutions for pecuniary gain for themselves. (RC0682010E0011) Against a Chief Manager, SBT, Aluva and private persons for entering into a criminal conspiracy and sanctioning/availing housing loan for construction of house by furnishing false, forged and fabricated documents and using the funds so sanctioned for other purpose, thereby cheating the Nationalised Bank. (RC.13(S)/2009) Against a private person (ExMP) on the allegation that he deceptively got an affidavit signed from a private person by falsely recording the date of birth and using the same for contesting assembly and Lok Sabha elections and also getting a passport issued in his name. (RC2182010A0004) Against a Protector of Emigrants, Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs, Chennai and another person for possession of disproportionate assets in the name of self and in the name of his family members. (RC0322009A0055) Against a former Chief Postmaster-General of Maharashtra & Goa, an Additional Secretary Rank Officer and two private persons

at Mumbai for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.2 crore for issuing No Objection Certificate for development of plot reserved for Postal Department at Mira Road. (RC0262010A0006) Against a Chief Engineer, NF Railway, Guwahati, for possession of disproportionate assets to the tune of Rs.3.05 crore (approx.) in the name of his wife and son. (RC2182008A0004) Against nine accused persons and three private companies in the matter of issuance of new Unified Access Services Licences and subsequent allocation of 2G Spectrum. (RC0032009A0045) Against eight accused persons, including Union Telecom Minister and two Directors of Mumbaibased private company, who were also promoters of a Mumbaibased private Telecom Company; two Directors of another Mumbaibased private company; one Director of Mumbai based private film company and one Director and one partner of Chennai-based private TV company in the matter of issuance of new Unified Access Services Licences and subsequent allocation of 2G Spectrum. (RC0032009A0045) Against the then officials of the Organizing Committee, including the then Chairman, three private persons and two Companies in the TSR case pertaining to the Commonwealth Games 2010. The persons/Companies, who have been chargesheeted, are the then Chairman of OC; the then Secretary-General of OC; the then DG of OC; the then ADG (Sports), OC; the

then DDG (Procurement), OC and the then Jt. DG (Finance), OC; two partners of Faridabad-based private firm; CMD of Hyderabadbased private construction company; Hyderabad-based private construction company and Switzerland-based private company. (RC0032010A0044) Against a Protector of Emigrants Chennai and others for demanding and accepting huge amount of illegal gratifications through a private person from various candidates seeking emigration clearance. (RC0322009A0038) Against a Protector of Emigrants and some other officials for entering into a criminal conspiracy and by misusing official position, issuing emigration clearance certificate to various candidates on the basis of forged documents submitted through co-accused persons. (RC0322009A0064) Against a Chairman & Managing Director (Retired), State Trading Corporation of India Limited & others for abusing official position and entering into a criminal conspiracy with the private firm in the matter of export, thereby causing a loss of Rs.72.43 crore to the Government and corrosponding wrongful gain to the private firm. (RC2212009E0007) Against an IG, Central Reserve Police Force & others for entering into conspiracy and getting candidates recruited in CRPF in lieu of illegal gratification. (RC0472009A0001) Against a General Manager, a Senior Manager, South-Eastern

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Coalfields Limited and others for entering into a criminal conspiracy and misappropriating 14755 MT of coal valuing to the tune of Rs. 3.85 crore. (RC0092010A0002) Against a Health Secretary, State Government, a State RCH Officer, State Government, a Ex-Health Minister, State Government, a Health Secretary, a State Drug Controller, a State Finance Manager, a Clerk, a Computer Assistant and private persons for entering into a criminal conspiracy and fraudulently and dishonestly purchasing medicines, medical equipment/appliances, sundry items, etc. used in the hospitals from nineteen suppliers worth Rs.130 crore (approx.) without assessing the actual requirement and without observing the codal formalities prescribed in this regard. (RC0932009A0011) Against a Chief Engineer, UPSIDC, Government of Uttar Pradesh and private persons for entering into a criminal conspiracy, making false entries in the account of PNB, misappropriating the funds causing pecuniary loss to the PNB and corresponding pecuniary gain to themselves. (RC0072011A0003) Against a General Manager, Bharat Coking Coal Limited for offering an amount of Rs.5 lac to an Inspector of CBI for giving a favourable report in the Joint Surprise Check conducted at Rajapur Open Cast Project (ROCP), Kustore Area, BCCL, Dhanbad. (RC0252011A0010) Against a President, Department of Banking (Others) and others

for abusing their official position and entering into a criminal conspiracy in the sanction and release of loan of Rs.4 lac each, to Credit Cooperative Societies, viz., Konark CCS and Navakarnataka CCS, knowing fully well that they were not formed for issuing loans to members, and thus causing a wrongful loss to the tune of Rs.1,888 lac to the Bank and corresponding wrongful gain to themselves. (RC0782003E0002) Against a President & Chairman, Department of Banking (Others) and others for entering into a criminal conspiracy and committing criminal breach of trust by entrusting funds of the Bank to non-eligible parties, who were relatives of the Board of Directors of the Bank. (RC0782003E0003) Against a Secretary (Retd.) of Department of Telecommunication, Tariff Advisor, Department of Economic Affairs and private persons for abusing their official position and entering into a criminal conspiracy in the matter of grant of Unified Access Service Licences causing wrongful loss to the Government and corresponding wrongful gain to those private persons/companies. (RC0032009A0045) Against a Joint Commissioner, Income Tax and private persons for bringing household goods to his place of posting, the payment of which was borne by a private firm. (RC2162009A0002) Against two Turkish nationals and one Indian national for entering into criminal conspiracy to smuggle and circulate fake

Indian currency notes worth Rs. 1.54 crore (approx.). (RC2202011E0004) Against an IAS Officer of the rank of Joint Secretary, working in Government of Chhattisgarh, and officials of Bank of Baroda for entering into a criminal conspiracy and in pursuance thereof forging and fabricating Bank records and backdating the entries to transfer the Locker located in the Bank of Baroda, Raipur to shield the accused from the penal provision of Income Tax and other laws. (RC1242010A0009) Against a Senior IRS Officer, the then AMD (F&A), NAFED and private persons for entering into a criminal conspiracy and taking financial assistance to the tune of Rs.59.72 crore from the NAFED by furnishing false information and also diverting the money for different use. (RC2212010E0007) Against the then Vice-Chairman, BCI, Ministry of Law & Justice and private persons for entering into a criminal conspiracy and availing various facilities rendered by the private accused person in addition to illegal gratification of Rs.5 lac for granting renewal of courses of the college run by the private accused. (RC0372011A0002) Against an IRS Officer of the rank of Joint Commissioner, Income Tax & private person for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.2 lac from the complainant for settlement of his Income Tax assessment matter. (RC2162010A0003)

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Against the then CMD, SECL, Department of Coal and private persons for demanding and agreeing to accept an amount of Rs.1 crore from a complainant for showing favour to his company in an official matter. (RC2162010A0002) Against a Senior IRS Officer, the then AMD (F&A), NAFED and private persons for entering into a criminal conspiracy and fraudulently obtaining funds worth Rs.90.22 crore from NAFED and diverting/ misappropriating the same by not fulfilling the export obligations. (RC2212010E0006) 2.4 CBIS ANTI-CORRUPTION AWARENESS PROGRAMME

2.4.2 The programme was aimed at educating and informing the public, especially students in schools and colleges, about legal and policy provisions against corruption; the role and functions of CBI, and, most importantly, how to report corrupt practices to the authorities. Director, CBI in his address at the D.P Kohli . Memorial Lecture also emphasized the importance of making school children part of the campaign against corruption. 2.4.3 This initiative was undertaken by all Zones and Branches of the CBI across the country. Officers and staff of the Bureau reached out to schools, colleges and teaching institutes, giving presentations and holding discussions on ways and means to prevent and report corrupt practices. 2.4.4 School and College students were among the most enthusiastic participants in this programme. Students were invited to CBI offices at the Headquarters, and in various Zones, and provided with interesting facts, presentations and demonstrations

2.4.1 As part of its social responsibility, the CBI launched a Nationwide Anti-Corruption Awareness Programme in 2011 to elicit public participation in the campaign against corruption. The programme drew an overwhelming response, especially from students and the youth.

on how CBI functions along with CFSLs forensic gadgets and techniques used to nab the corrupt. They were also taken to the CBI Gallery, which is a repository of the pictorial depiction of evolution of CBI, information about some of the important cases investigated by it and information about INTERPOL. The interaction with Senior Officers focussed on creating awareness about legal safeguard against corruption and to explore ways to curb the menace of corruption in society. The teachers were called upon to inculcate in schoolchildren a strong sense of morality and correctness. Not only were students found to be very concerned about corruption in society, they were also enthusiastic and willing to take a pledge to influence their parents and teachers not to support or undertake corrupt practices. Interactive sessions often turned into debates over ethics in governance, morality in society and even corruption in the policing system. A total of 17 schools of Delhi, apart from other educational institutes visited the CBI Headquarters in 2011. All CBI Zones were also actively engaged in this programme.

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2.4.5 CBIs Anti-Corruption initiative also received a wide media coverage. Following this, several more educational institutes have evinced interest in visiting CBI Offices, for a better understanding of how the Bureau carries out its investigations, and how they can contribute to the fight against corruption. 2.4.6 Vigilance Awareness Week (31st October to 5th November, 2011) was also

observed with full commitment by the CBI. Public Seminars, Workshops and discussion programmes were organised by all Zones in an effort to bring about synergy in CBIs campaign against corruption. Zones and Branches of the CBI adopted various methods to communicate with the public and spread the message of vigilance awareness. Officers visited towns and cities under their jurisdiction and organised workshops, and

brainstorming sessions at the local level, to discuss issues in tackling corruption. SMS campaigns and social media were some of the tools used to highlight the importance of vigilance. Some Zones/Branches organized Essay Competitions in local schools on appropriate topics. Posters and pamphlets with slogans of Stop Corruption were displayed at prominent places to generate public opinion against corruption.

Students of Modern School at CBI Gallery

Students of Bal Bharti School, Pitampura at CBI, CFSL

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PROSECUTION

3.1 Directorate of Prosecution was set up in CBI on the basis of the Report submitted by the Independent Review Committee, followed by an O.M. dated 9th July, 2001 issued by the Government of India, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Department of Personnel & Training. Director of Prosecution in CBI is selected and appointed by the Government of India. 3.2 The sanctioned strength of Directorate of Prosecution is 318 against which 229 personnel are in position with 89 posts lying vacant. The vacancies existed in the rank of Additional Legal Advisor (1), Deputy Legal Advisor (8), Senior Public Prosecutor (8), Public Prosecutor (65) and Assistant Public Prosecutor (7). In the year 2011, 11 Assistant Public Prosecutors were promoted to the rank of Public Prosecutor and 4 Deputy Legal Advisors were promoted to the rank of Additional Legal Advisor. 3.3 MONITORING OF PROSECUTION WORK

is being evaluated periodically by Directorate at the level of Director of Prosecution/CBI and necessary instructions are given by the Director of Prosecution/ CBI to the Prosecutors, including Special Counsels from time to time to ensure that cases are being handled and conducted by the respective Prosecutor properly. 3.4 TENDERING LEGAL ADVICE

Competent Advocates are engaged as CBI Retainer Counsels with the approval of DoPT/Ministry of Law to represent CBI. 25 Retainer Counsels have been engaged during 2011 in various High Courts. 3.5.2 Keeping in view the large number of vacancies of CBI, Law Officers and resultant growing number of cases pending trial in various courts, including the newly-created Special Courts, the Government of India has introduced a scheme for appointment of Special Prosecutor in CBI on contract basis for a period of one year extendable upto three years as a stopgap arrangement. 3.5.3 In pursuance of the said scheme during the year 2011 with the approval of Director/CBI and Government and active involvement of Director of Prosecution/CBI, 41 Special Public Prosecutors have been selected for appointment on contract basis for a period of 1 year. Offers of appointment have been given to 28 candidates, out of which 18 have joined. 3.5.4 There is no change in the existing general terms and conditions prescribed by the Government of India, DoPT vide No. 225/2/95-AVD.II dated

3.4.1 During the year 2011, following number of files were received for comments/opinion of Director of Prosecution/CBI:
Judgements/Appeals Final Reports Administrative matters Legal Advice in miscellaneous matters TOTAL 769 26 394 201 1390

3.4.2 All the above 1390 files were disposed of during the year 2011. 3.5 ENGAGEMENT OF SPECIAL/RETAINER COUNSELS

3.3.1 Monitoring of prosecution work is done by Directorate through Dy.LA/ Sr.PP at Zonal level, which

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30-01-1997 and further revised vide No. 225/30/2005-AVD. II dated 20-09-2006 for the engagement of Special Counsels on behalf of CBI in the various Trial Courts. As on 31-12-2011, 52 Senior Special Counsels and 60 Junior Special Counsels are handling the prosecution of CBI cases in Trial Courts in different States/Locations. 3.5.5 During the year 2011, 21 Senior Counsels and 22 Junior Counsels were appointed as Special Counsels for various Trial Courts on the general terms and conditions of the Government of India. 3.5.6 In addition, 36 Special Counsels were engaged on case to case basis during 2011 on the request of the CBI Branches. The proposals for appointment of 18 CBI Special Counsels/ Senior Counsels/Junior Counsels in various States/Locations for conducting prosecution in the Trial Courts are pending with the DoPT. 3.6 SPECIAL COURTS 3.6.1 In order to reduce the pendency of undertrial cases, CBI had sent a proposal for creation of 71 Additional Courts of Special Judges under P Act, 1988 to .C. the Government of India. The Government has accepted the proposal and, accordingly, the matter was taken up with the State Government through the respective Zonal Heads of CBI. 3.6.2 The status of establishment of these 71 Courts is as under: (i) During the year 2011, concurrence for creation of

19 Special Courts have been received. The approval of Government of India with manpower of 1 Public Prosecutor, 1 Inspector, 1 Head Constable and 1 SCS in each court has also been received. Details are as follows:
Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Name of the State Andhra Pradesh Assam Karnataka Orissa Jharkhand Chhattisgarh Goa Location Hyderabad Visakhapatnam Guwahati Dharwad Bhubaneswar Ranchi Dhanbad Raipur Panaji TOTAL Government sanction 2 2 2 1 4 2 4 1 1 19 Manpower 8 8 8 4 16 8 16 4 4 76

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54 courts out of 71 courts have become functional as on 31.12.2011. CBI GOLD MEDAL FOR BEST PROSECUTOR OF CBI

is pending consideration in DoP&T. 3.8 NOTIFICATIONS UNDER SECTION 24(8) OF Cr.P 1973 .C.,

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3.7.1 During the year 2011, the meeting of the Screening Committee headed by Special Director/CBI for selection of the Best Prosecuting Officer was held for the years 2009 and 2010. Shri S.K. Kantival, PP ACB , Chandigarh was selected as the Best Prosecutor for the year 2009 and Shri Sanjay Kumar, APP , CBI, SC-I was selected as the Best Prosecutor for the year 2010. A proposal for enhancement of reward amount from Rs.10,000/to Rs.1,00,000/- for the Best Prosecutor and also for awarding cash reward of Rs.50,000/- for 2nd and Rs.25,000/- for 3rd Best Prosecutor was also submitted to Government for approval which

3.8.1 During the year 2011, 51 Notifications under Section 5(1) r/w Section 6 of Delhi Special Police Establishment Act, 1946 (Act No. 25 of 1946) have been got issued in various cases extending the powers and jurisdiction of the members of the Delhi Special Police Establishment (CBI) for investigation of offences. 3.9 NOTIFICATIONS UNDER SECTION 24(8) OF CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE 1973

3.9.1 34 Notifications u/s 24 (8) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 notifying the Advocates as Special Public Prosecutor/Assistant Public Prosecutor for conducting CBI

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cases in various courts have been issued. 3.10 NOTIFICATION UNDER SECTION 25(1-A) OF THE CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE 3.10.1 One Notification under Section 25(1-A) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 notifying 12 Assistant Public Prosecutors of CBI has been issued. 3.11 NOTIFICATION UNDER SUB-SECTION (1) OF SECTION 13 OF THE TERRORIST AND DISRUPTIVE ACTIVITIES 3.11.1 One Notification under sub-section (1) of Section 13 of the Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act, 1987 (Act No. 28 of 1987) for notifying one

Senior Public Prosecutor of CBI has been issued. 3.12 During the year 2011, 5 Notifications were got issued under Section 3 of the Delhi Special Police Establishment Act, 1946 (Act No. 25 of 1946) for notifying the following sections of Laws and Acts: (i) The Lotteries (Regulation) Act, 1998 (Act No.17 of 1998). Section 334 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (Act No. 45 of 1860).

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Section 434 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (Act No. 45 of 1860).

3.13 Two proposals are pending with DoPT for issue of Notifications under Section 3 of the Delhi Special Police Establishment Act, 1946 (Act No. 25 of 1946) for notifying the following offences: (i) Under Sections 174-A and 195-A of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (Act No. 25 of 1860). Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006 (Act No. 34 of 2006).

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(iii) The Tamil Nadu Protection of Interests of Depositors (in Financial Establishments) Act, 1997 (Act No. XLIV of 1997). (iv) Section 153 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (Act No. 45 of 1860).

3.14 A consolidated list of notified offences under Section 3 of the Delhi Special Police Establishment Act, 1946 (Act No. 25 of 1946) is enclosed as Annexure-B.

Shri V. Narayanasamy, MoS (PP), presenting the Trophy of Best Branch of the year 2009 to CBI ACB, Chandigarh

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Status of Establishment of Special Courts


Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Name of the State Andhra Pradesh Bihar Delhi Uttar Pradesh Maharashtra Places where additional Courts are to be established Hyderabad Visakhapatnam Patna Delhi Lucknow Ghaziabad Mumbai Pune Nagpur Amravati 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Gujarat Jammu & Kashmir Haryana Karnataka Madhya Pradesh Rajasthan West Bengal Tamil Nadu Kerala Orissa Assam Jharkhand Chhattisgarh Goa Ahmedabad Jammu Panchkula Bangalore Dharwad Bhopal Jabalpur Jaipur Kolkata Chennai Thiruvananthapuram Bhubaneswar Guwahati Ranchi Dhanbad Raipur Goa TOTAL Courts sanctioned by the Government 3 2 3 15 4 2 3 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 6 3 1 4 2 2 4 1 1 70 Courts operationalized 0 0 3 12 4 2 3 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 5 3 1 0 0 2 4 1 0 54

In place of a Special CBI Court at Shimla, a Special Magistrate Court at Panchkula is proposed to be set up for which State Government consent is awaited.

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3.15 TRIAL 3.15.1 During 2011, courts delivered verdicts in 895 court cases. Out of these, 497 cases resulted in conviction, 209 in acquittal, 35 in discharge and 154 cases were disposed of for other reasons. The conviction rate was 67%. The Bar Charts show the disposal by courts during the last three years and the Division-wise break-up of disposal in 2011:

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3.15.2 10022 trials were pending in various courts as on December 31, 2011. The Bar Charts below show the undertrial cases during last three years and Division-wise break-up at the end of 2011:

3.15.3 Some of the important convictions during the year were: A Circle Head Draftsman, O/o Superintending Hospital Engineer, PGIMER, Chandigarh has been convicted and sentenced to undergo Rigorous Imprisonment for one year with a fine of Rs.5,000/- for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs. 25,000/from a complainant allotting the renovation work of toilets of various hostel blocks in PGI Campus. (RC0052008A0031) A Senior Manager, Canara Bank, Basavangudi Branch, Bangalore and two others have been convicted and sentenced to undergo Rigorous Imprisonment for three years with a fine of Rs.30,000/- for entering into a

criminal conspiracy and extending various credit facilities, which were beyond his discretionary powers to the co-accused persons by misusing official positions and putting the Bank to suffer a wrongful loss of Rs.46.85 lac and corresponding wrongful gain to the co-accused persons. (RC0372002A0017) A Food Inspector, Health Department, U.T., Chandigarh has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for two years with a fine of Rs.5,000/- for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs. 3000/- for not taking food samples from the complainants shop. (RC0052009A0023) A Branch Manager, State Bank of Mysore, Tumkur, Karnataka

and six others have been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for one year with a fine of Rs.5,000/each for entering into a criminal conspiracy and cheating the Bank by extended credit facilities, which were beyond his discretionary powers, discounted cheques and purchased fraudulent bills, thereby exposing the Bank to an undue pecuniary loss of Rs. 57 lac (approx.). (RC0372005A0011) A Project Director, SARPAD Project, NRSA, Hyderabad and five others have been convicted and sentenced to undergo SI for 2-3 years for failing to intimate to their department the fact of their wives having started a business venture and also allowing the firm to make false and excess claims in

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respect of manpower provided. (RC0352003A0035) A Manager, Canara Bank, Hassan, Karnataka and another person have been convicted and sentenced to undergo SI for two years with a fine of Rs.15,000/each for entering into a criminal conspiracy and recommending and sanctioning various credit facilities to the accused firm, which resulted in a wrongful loss of Rs. 197.18 lac to Canara Bank. (RC0372006A0003) A Land Acquisition Officer, NHDC, Harda has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for two years with a fine of Rs.2 lac for possession of disproportionate assets to the tune of Rs.10.67 lac. (RC0082006A0008) A private person has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for two years with a fine of Rs.20,000/- for misappropriating Rs.1.88 lac by way of not remitting the cash amount received from the depositors in the Banks Book of Accounts. (RC0151999A0012) An Inspector, Railway Protection Force, Diesel Loco Shed, Krishnarajapuram, SouthWestern Railway, Bangalore has been convicted and sentenced to undergo Simple Imprisonment for three years with a fine of Rs.15,000/- for demanding and accepting bribe of Rs.7,000/from a complainant for not implicating him in any case related to theft of Railway property. (RC0372010A0007) A Commissioner, Income Tax, Mumbai has been convicted and

sentenced to undergo RI for three years with a fine of Rs.5 lac. and his wife has also been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for one year with a fine of Rs.50,000/for possession of disproportionate assets to the tune of Rs.12.57 lac in the name of self and his family member. (RC0261997A0035) Two private persons have been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for five years with a fine of Rs.20,000/- each for entering into a criminal conspiracy and misappropriating various amounts tendered by the subscribers towards their telephone bills by way of falsification of record, tampering of computer data, obliteration of computer data, etc. (RC0052001A0030) An Assistant Controller, Doordarshan has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for three years with a fine of Rs.25,000, and another person to undergo RI for one year with a fine of Rs.10,000/- for entering into a criminal conspiracy and accepting bribes of various producers for passing their scripts for telecast on Doordarshan. (RC0032005A0003) A Commissioner, Income Tax has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for four years with a fine of Rs.3,50,000/and another accused to undergo RI for two years with a fine of Rs.1,00,000/- for possession of disproportionate assets in the name of self and his family member to the tune of Rs.1.26 crore. (RC0082001A0020) An Area Manager (P), Manager (O), a former Magazine Clerk,

a Magazine-in-Charge and a Magazine Issue Clerk have been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for five years with a fine of Rs.10,000/- for entering into a criminal conspiracy and misappropriating a huge quantity of electric detonators and explosives amounting to several lacs of rupees received from South Govindpur Colliery Magazine Area-III, BCCL, Dhanbad. (RC0251986A0015) A private person has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for 21 days with a fine of Rs.50,000/- and another accused person also convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for one day with a fine of Rs.50,000/- for entering into criminal conspiracy and cheating the Airport Authority of India by dishonestly and fraudulently inflating the amount on the paid challans by fabricating the records. (RC0322004A0043) An Examiner, SICAL, CFS, Customs has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for two years with a fine of Rs.22,500/for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.25,000/- from a complainant for releasing his cargo. (RC0322007A0001) A Divisional Manager, United India Insurance Company Ltd. has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for two years with a fine of Rs.20,000/- for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.3,000/- from the complainant for disbursing the award amount given by the Lok Adalat. (RC0322009A0034) A Manager, UCO Bank has been convicted and sentenced

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to undergo RI for one year with a fine of Rs.25,000 and six private persons have also been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for one year with a fine of Rs.20,000/- for entering into criminal conspiracy and by abusing his official position sanctioning various loans by flouting the norms of the Bank. (RC0372005A0020). An Assistant Commissioner, Income Tax has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for three years with a fine of Rs.1.50 lac for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.2 lac from a complainant for passing a favourable order in his assessment matter. (RC0372009A0001) A Senior Medical Officer, Department of Health has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for one year and six months with a fine of Rs.5,000/for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.5,000/- from a complainant for allowing him to run his business of mineral water without obtaining the licence from Health Department. (RC0052008A0024) An Executive Engineer has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for one year with a fine of Rs.8,000/- for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs. Rs.2,500/- from a complainant for helping him in processing his pending bills. (RC0241998A0016) An Assistant General Manager and a Branch Manager, Canara Bank have been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for two years with a fine of Rs.20,000/-

each and three private persons have also been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for two years with a fine of Rs.15,000/- each for entering into criminal conspiracy and sanctioning/disbursing various credit facilities in favour of the private accused persons by mortgaging property, which is already mortgaged to other bank thereby causing wrongful loss to the tune of Rs.174.44 lac. (RC0372007A0010) A Branch Manager, State Bank of Hyderabad has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for two years with a fine of Rs.20,000/- for committing serious irregularities in the matter of sanctioning and disbursing loans/advances. (RC0362007A0004) An Inspector, Income Tax has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for four years with a fine of Rs.4 lac and private person also convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for two years with a fine of Rs.2 lac for possession of disproportionate assets. (RC0032007A0019) A District Manager and Assistant Manager, Food Corporation of India have been convicted to undergo RI for two years with a fine of Rs.7,000/- each for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.20,000/- from the complainant for cancellation of his transfer. (RC0052004A0009) A Deputy Chief Personnel Officer, Department of Railways has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for two years with a fine of Rs.10,000/- for demanding and accepting a bribe of

Rs.50,000/- from the complainant for showing favour in arranging revocation of the termination order. (RC0092007A0005) A Station Engineer, Doordarshan has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for two years & three months with a fine of Rs.3,500, and a Lower Division Clerk, Doordarshan has also been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for two years & three months with a fine of Rs.8,000/for entering into criminal conspiracy and by abusing his official position dishonestly/ fraudulently for making purchases of items at exorbitant rates and misappropriated the same. (RC0312000A0006) A Sub-Postmaster, Department of Posts has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for three years & two months with a fine of Rs.4,000/- for preparing forged documents fraudulently, dishonestly and unauthorisedly making withdrawals of Rs. 54,000/- from an RD account. (RC0312006A0007) A Branch Manager, Andhra Bank and a private person have been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for one year with a fine of Rs.25,000/- each, and four private persons also convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for one year with a fine of Rs.20,000/each for entering into a criminal conspiracy and extending packing credit limit of Rs.19.91 lac to private firms on the basis of false LCs and thereby causing illegal pecuniary advantage to themselves and corresponding loss to the bank. (RC0321997A0015)

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A former Senior Manager, Indian Overseas Bank has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for one year with a fine of Rs.40,000/-, six private persons have also been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for one year with a fine of Rs.30,000/each for entering into a criminal conspiracy and sanctioning various credit facilities extending his discretionary powers, to the borrower firms by violating the lending norms prescribed by IOB, by releasing limits without conducting proper appraisals, and without obtaining loan documents and adequate collateral security, from the parties concerned, and thereby caused loss of Rs.110 lac to IOB. (RC0372005A0025) A Sub-Inspector of Police, Government of Punjab has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for two years with a fine of Rs.25,000/- for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.1 lac from the complainant for helping him in a complaint against him. (RC0052007A0021) An Area Manager and a Storekeeper, National Seeds Corporation Limited have been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for one year with a fine of Rs.40,000/- each for entering into criminal conspiracy and with dishonest intention misappropriating various kinds of seeds entrusted to him (for the purpose of supplying the same to the formers) by using fabricated documents, thereby causing loss of Rs.75 lac. (RC0372002A0012) Two persons convicted and have been sentenced to

undergo RI for three years with a fine of Rs.30,000/- each in the matter of question paper leakage of SSLC Examination. (RC0332005A0027) A President of Tamil Nadu Muslim Munnetra Kazhagam (now MLA) and four others have been convicted and sentenced to undergo Rigorous Imprisonment for one to two years with a total fine of Rs.1.40 lac for collecting Foreign contribution to the tune of Rs.2 crore in the name and style of Coimbatore Muslim Relief Fund by violating Sections 6 & 11 of Foreign Contribution Regulation Act. (RC0322001A0053) A Manager Scale-II, Oriental Bank of Commerce, Narsinghpur Road, Chhindawara (Madhya Pradesh) has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for three years with a fine of Rs.7 lac for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.4,000/- from the complainant for sanctioning the increase in Credit Limit. (RC0092006A0014) An Income Tax Inspector working in Directorate of Income Tax (Exemption), and his wife have been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for four years with a fine of Rs.4 lac and RI for two years with a fine of Rs.2 lac for possession of disproportionate assets to the tune of Rs. 1.04 crore. (RC0032007A0019) A Member of Parliament has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for five years with a fine of Rs. 4 lac for giving undue pecuniary advantage to a private firm in lieu of obtaining illegal gratification. (RC2171996A0001)

An Assistant General Manager, a Branch Manager, State Bank of Mysore have been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for two years with a fine Rs.1 lac each, a private person has also been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI one year with a fine of Rs.1 lac, and two private persons convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for two years with a fine of Rs.1 lac each for entering into a criminal conspiracy and cheating the State Bank of Mysore by abusing their official position, entertaining, processing and sanctioning/releasing credit facilities to the private company, thereby causing wrongful loss to the tune of Rs. 30 lac to the Bank. (RC0372001A0006) An Assistant Director, Directorate of Enforcement and a private person have been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for three years with a fine of Rs.25,000/- each for possession of disproportionate assets in his and in the name of his family members to the tune of Rs.8.70 lac. (RC0032000A0048) A Protector of Emigrants, Ministry of Labour has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for two years with a fine of Rs.30,000/for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.2.50 lac from the complainant for clearing 300 emigration cases of a private agency. (RC0052008A0008) A Divisional Manager, United India Insurance Company Limited has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for two years with a fine of Rs.30,000/-, and a private person also convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for two

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years with a fine of Rs.20,000/- for entering into a criminal conspiracy and cheating the United India Insurance by making payments to a fictitious firm for repair of various types of machinery purchased by BHEL, Hardwar, which were alleged to be damaged in transit. (RC0071992A0007) A Senior Administrative Officer, Department of Coal has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for two years with a fine of Rs.60,000/- for diverting a sum of Rs.13 lac approximately from the account of National Institute of Rock Mechanics, into his own account/into the accounts of his relatives by committing forgery and falsification of relevant records. (RC0372005A0002) A Chief Functionary of IICD, Shyampur has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for two years with a fine of Rs.1,000/- for misappropriating an amount of Rs.5.04 lac received from HelpAge India, New Delhi for construction of his own house and also for not maintaining proper books of accounts

while accepting and utilizing the foreign contributions. (RC0072005S0023) A Divisional Manager and an Administrative Officer of General Insurance Corporation of India and a private person have been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for one year with a fine of Rs.5,000/- each for entering into a criminal conspiracy causing wrongful loss to the United India Insurance Company to the tune of Rs.12.38 lac by making unauthorised payment of commission in the matter relating to issue of Group Personal Accident Policy. (RC0512005S0002) A private person has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for three years with a fine of Rs.5,000/- for causing wrongful loss to the Bhilai Steel Plant by allowing excess payment to the party for tangue rail on the basis of forged and fabricated bills to the tune of Rs. 118000/- (approx.). (RC0241992S0012) Five accused persons have been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for 14 years with a fine of

Rs.10,000/- each for committing murder of Shri Rajagopalan. (RC0581996S0007) A private person has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for three years with a fine of Rs.15,000/-, two private persons also convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for three years with a fine of Rs.30,000/-, two private persons also convicted to undergo RI for three years with a fine of Rs.35,000/- for entering into criminal conspiracy and cheating Corporation Bank by way of taking a term loan of Rs. 7 lacs in the name of a non-existent firm fraudulently and siphoning off the said loan amount for personal use. (RC0681997E0004) A private person has been convicted and sentenced to undergo RI for one month & seven days with a fine of Rs.20,000/- for obtaining advances from the Bank on the basis of false invoices and diverted the advance amount for some other purposes and did not repay the loan, thereby causing wrongful loss of Rs.200.09 lac to the United Bank of India. (RC0692008E0007)

The Central Bureau of Investigation hosts this Conference once in every two years. It provides a unique forum for all the Agencies and Officers engaged in Anti-Corruption and vigilance work to share their experiences and discuss such problems that they encounter in tackling corruption. This initiative is a part of efforts of the CBI to spearhead a concerted and nationally coordinated action against corruption. - Shri V. Narayanasamy, Honble MoS (PP), to the delegates of XVIIIth Biennial Conference of Heads of State Anti-Corruption/ Vigilance Bureaux and CBI on October 22, 2011.

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POLICY DIVISION

4.1 Policy Division deals with matters relating to policy, Procedures, Organisational set-up & Internal Vigilance. It also interfaces with the Ministries, Parliament, CVC and CVOs. During the year, 10 Circulars and 15 Office Memorandums have been issued. Vigilance clearances have been issued in 2845 persons references received from CVC, MEA, MHA, Cabinet Secretariat, M/o Food & Public Distribution, M/o Information & Technology, Government of Orissa, etc.

starting the proceeding, the house paid homage to those Police personnel who laid their lives in fighting terrorism and left wing extremism on the occasion of Police Commemoration Day. 4.2.2 Director, CBI referring to the Resolutions adopted in the XVIIth Biennial Conference of 2009 highlighted the positive results of the last Biennial Conference, such as ratification of UN Convention against Corruption, introduction of the Prevention of Bribery of Foreign Public Officials and Officials of Public International Organisations Bill, introduction of Whistle Blowers Bill and grant of financial incentives to ACB officials in a number of States. He also spoke briefly about the major impediments in anti-corruption work like seeking prior sanction under Section 6(A) of DSPE Act to register cases against Officers of the rank of Joint Secretaries and above, getting sanctions for prosecution, execution of Letters Rogatory and delays in trials. 4.2.3 Honble Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions, Shri V. Narayanasamy, welcomed the Honble Prime Minister and all the delegates to the Conference. He mentioned that hosting of this Conference by the CBI is a part of its effort to spearhead a concerted and nationally coordinated action against corruption. 4.2.4 The Honble Prime Minister congratulated the recipients of the Presidents Police Medal for Distinguished Service and observed that CBI owes a great deal of its reputation and professionalism to their talents, commitment and sustained hard work. Honble Prime Minister termed CBI as a Premier Investigating Agency, which sets standards and benchmarks for investigation. He laid emphasis on the use of latest technology, knowledge and application of global best practices in CBI work. He advised that premature publicity of cases under investigation harms the cause of justice and it should be desisted. He assured that Government will continue to support efforts of CBI to maintain the highest levels of personal conduct, ensure speedy and timely completion of investigations,

Focus Areas & Priorities for the Year 2011 To improve public confidence and trust, CBI aims to provide more citizen-focused interaction for building an improved trust-based relationship between the CBI and public, improve operational performance and technical & forensic capabilities. To achieve this, the following focus areas and priorities have been identified for the year 2011: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Improve Public Confidence and Trust. Improve Trial Management. Improve Operational Performance. Maximize Efficiency and improve Service Delivery. Create a Dynamic Workforce.

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4.2.1 The XVIIIth Biennial Conference of Central Bureau of Investigation & State AntiCorruption Bureaux was inaugurated by the Honble Prime Minister of India Dr. Manmohan Singh on 21.10.2011 at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. Before

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Shri V. Narayanasamy, presenting the D.P. Kohli Award for Best Detective Constable for the year 2010 to Shri Sarbjit Singh Grewal, Constable, CBI, ACB, Port Blair strengthen the processes of prosecution and usher reforms in the organisation. He assured that even after the establishment of a strong and effective Lokpal, CBI will continue to play an important role in ensuring probity in our public life. 4.3 12TH D.P KOHLI MEMORIAL LECTURE . 4.3.1 The 12th D. P Kohli Memorial Lecture was . held on June 3, 2011 at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. Lord Ian Blair, Boughton QPM (Queens Police Medal), Co-Director, Cambridge University, MidCareer Training Programme, SVPNPA, Hyderabad was invited as Chief Guest and he has delivered the lecture on the topic Counter Terrorism and Police Legitimacy. The function was presided over by the Honble MoS (PP) Shri V. Narayanasamy. 4.3.2 During this lecture, the D.P Kohli Award . for the Best Detective Constable/Head Constable of the CBI for the year 2010 was presented to Shri Sarbjit Singh Grewal, Constable, ACB, Port Blair by Lord Ian Blair with a commendation certificate and cash reward of Rs.10,000/-.

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Resolutions adopted during the XVIIIth Biennial Conference of CBI and State ACBx - 2011
During the XVIIIth Biennial Conference, the following 9 Resolutions were adopted: Resolution No. 1 : Keeping in view the urgent need to dispose of the large number of old and longpending corruption cases expeditiously, an appropriate number of Exclusive Special Courts may be set up in the States for speedy trial, with 50% financial assistance from the Central Government. Resolution No. 2 : There is a need for standardizing various norms applicable to the set-ups and processes of Anti-Corruption Agencies across the country. A Special Working Group, consisting of selected representatives from various States and CBI, may be constituted to suggest minimum basic norms/benchmarks, which can be adopted by all the State ACBx. The Group will submit its report, preferably within 3 months time. Resolution No. 3 : Need for coordination between State ACBx and CBI has long been felt. It can be formalized through Quarterly meetings between Head of State ACBx/Vigilance Bureaus and concerned HoZ of CBI to share information and ensure mutual cooperation. Zonal Conferences of the concerned ACBs and CBI, on specific agenda items, may be held. Also, the Conference of Heads of ACBx /VBs and CBI, which is presently organised on biennial basis, should be held annually. Resolution No. 4 : The procedure as laid down u/s 3 of Criminal Law Amendment Ordinance, 1944, to deal with the attachment of property accrued through corrupt and illegal means during investigation, is very lengthy and cumbersome. Certain welcome steps have been taken by some States. A Special Working Group may be formed to formulate and suggest appropriate legal provisions for attachment of property arising out of corruption cases in a simple and speedy manner under P.C. Act. The Group will submit its report preferably within 3 months time. Resolution No. 5 : The mechanism of a dedicated Vigilance Wing, headed by a CVO, may be created in all State Government Departments/Ministries/PSUs, in a manner similar to the system existing at the Central level. Resolution No. 6 : An Anti-Corruption Coordination Committee to be headed by the Head of ACB of State and CVOs/Operational Heads of State PSUs/Departments, should be constituted at the State Level, to ensure exchange of information between State Government Departments and State PSUs and ACBs, and to curb corrupt practices. Resolution No. 7 :The role and functions of the Lokayuktas proposed at the level of States, and their interrelationship with the State ACBx, should be the same as the relationship between the CBI and the Lokpal as proposed by CBI, i.e. the State ACBx should retain their investigation functions, and the Lokayuktas should ensure full functional autonomy and independence to these Bureaus. Resolution No. 8 : Each Plan scheme must have an appropriate percentage of funds for strengthening the vigilance mechanism. Resolution No. 9: A Special Working Group may be constituted to examine issues relating to lack of standardization of practices in the investigation of Disproportionate Assets/Trap Cases and recommend/ formulate Standard Operating Procedures. The Group will submit its report preferably within 3 months time.

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4.4.1 CBI has instituted an annual award titled for Best Employee Award (Ministerial) to support staff. During the year, Shri Debajyoti Dey was selected and awarded Best Employee Award (Ministerial) for the year 2010.

Shri Debajyoti Dey 4.5 PRESIDENTS POLICE MEDAL & POLICE MEDAL

4.5.1 During the year 2011, ten Officers of Central Bureau of Investigation have been awarded Presidents Police Medals (PPM) for Distinguished Service and thirty-five Officers of Central Bureau of Investigation were awarded Police Medal (PM) for Meritorious Service on the occasion of the Republic Day and the Independence Day, 2011 as given below: AWARDEES ON THE OCCASION OF REPUBLIC DAY - 2011 PRESIDENTS POLICE MEDAL

Smt. Suman Bala Sahoo, IPS, Joint Director, CBI, Kolkata

Shri Bhupinder Kumar Chhabra, Sr. SP, CBI, EOU-III, New Delhi

Shri Ganesh Verma, SP, CBI, ACB Imphal

Shri Jogendra Nayak, AIGP-II, CBI, New Delhi

Shri Prakash Chand, Inspector, CBI, SC-III, New Delhi

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Shri S. Suresh, IPS, DIG, CBI, ACB, Jaipur

Shri P.S. Salunke, IPS DIG, CBI, ACB, Mumbai

Shri Gollapalli Nageswara Rao, IPS, DIG, CBI, ACB, Visakhapatnam

Shri Deepak Kumar Kabi, Dy.SP, CBI, ACB, Rourkela

Shri Ashesh Kumar, Dy.SP, CBI, AHD, Ranchi

Shri Partha Mukherjee, Dy.SP, CBI, ACB, Kolkata

Shri Sundravel Murugavel, Inspector, CBI, SU, Chennai

Shri Prabhanjan Chakarborty, Inspector, CBI, ACB, Patna

Smt. Chanda Rani, Inspector, CBI, BS&FC, Bangalore

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Shri Ishwar Singh, SI, CBI, EO-I, New Delhi

Shri Ajeet Singh, SI, CBI, EO-III, New Delhi

Shri Kailash Shivanna Bore, ASI, CBI, ACB, Nagpur

Shri Amar Singh, HC, CBI, SC-II, New Delhi

Shri Naresh Kumar, HC, CBI, SU, New Delhi

Shri Md. Mahmood Ali Khan, HC, CBI Academy, Ghaziabad

Shri Tribhuwan Shankar, Constable, CBI, ACB, Dehradun

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AWARDEES ON THE OCCASION OF INDEPENDENCE DAY - 2011 PRESIDENTS POLICE MEDAL

Shri B.P. Bagchi, Addl. SP, CBI, ACB, Dehradun

Shri Ramesh Ranjan Tyagi, Addl. SP, CBI Academy, Ghaziabad

Shri Som Raj Thakur, Dy.SP, CBI, SC-II, New Delhi

Shri Sant Ram Nagar, ASI, CBI Academy, Ghaziabad POLICE MEDAL

Shri Jagdish Chand, HC, CBI, SC-II, New Delhi

Shri L.S. Padma Kumar, Addl. SP, CBI, ACB, Chennai


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Shri C.S. Moni, Dy.SP, CBI, ACB, Kochin

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Shri Mahesh Kumar Puri, Dy.SP, CBI, ACB, Shimla

Shri Rohit Srivastava, Dy.SP, CBI, Zone Office, Lucknow

Shri Mahesh Kumar, Dy.SP, CBI HQ, New Delhi

Shri Gul Mohd. Ansari, Inspector, CBI, AC-III, New Delhi

Shri T.V. Joy, Inspector, CBI, ACB, Bangalore

Shri Bharat Singh, Inspector, CBI, ACU-VI, New Delhi

Shri Sanjay Kumar, SI, CBI HQ, New Delhi

Shri Cyprin Samad, ASI, CBI, SU, New Delhi

Shri Nawal Kishore Gupta, ASI, CBI, ACB, Jaipur

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Shri Jeevan Chand Joshi, HC, CBI, ACB, Dehradun

Shri Nirmaljeet Singh, HC, CBI, SU, New Delhi

Shri Raghuvinder Singh, HC, CBI, SC-III, New Delhi

Shri Munshi Lal, HC, CBI, SU, New Delhi

Shri Laxmi Chand, Constable, CBI, SU, New Delhi

Shri I.B. Sreenivasan, Constable, CBI, ACB, Kochin

Shri Sanjay Kumar Bhatt, Constable, CBI, AC-II, New Delhi

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SYSTEMS DIVISION

4.6.1 The DsGP/IsGP Conferences are being organised by Intelligence Bureau every year. During the year 2011, the 46th DsGP/IsGP Conference was organised by the Intelligence Bureau from September 17, 2011 at New Delhi. Shri Amar Pratap Singh, Director, CBI, along with Shri Balwinder Singh, Special Director (B), CBI, participated in the Conference as delegates. A presentation on Inter-State and International Police Coordination in Crime Investigation was made by Shri Keshav Kumar, Head of Technical Forensic & Coordination Zone, CBI. A presentation was also made by Shri Rakesh Agarwal on Technology, e-Policing & Cyber Crime.

4.7.1 The Systems Division, a unit of Technical, Forensic & Coordination (TFC) Division looks after the Information Technology needs of the CBI. It works as a storehouse of information as regards to cases investigated, enquiries undertaken and trials conducted. It provides data required for answering Parliament questions, CBI clearances for appointments/awards of Medals, etc. This Division also monitors the existing computerisation and looks after the ever-growing Information Technology (IT) needs of the organisation.

CBI & Proposed Lokpal The Lokpal Bill - 2011 was introduced in the Parliament in August 2011. After introduction in the Parliament, the Bill was referred to Parliamentary Standing Committee. Director, CBI made a presentation before the Parliamentary Standing Committee on 1st October, 2011. Pivotal role of CBI in the Anti-Corruption apparatus of the country was highlighted before the Parliamentary Standing Committee. It was apprised that during 70 long years of its inception, CBI has evolved into the Premier Investigating and Prosecuting Agency of the country. Emphasizing on the composite and integral nature of the functioning of the various wings of CBI, it was suggested that bifurcation of CBI is not practical. It was also mentioned that based on its performance, vast experience and expertise, CBI is fully capable of catering to the investigational requirements of the Lokpal. The need for greater functional and financial autonomy to CBI, while retaining its present structure, was also stressed upon.

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Dr. Manmohan Singh, Honble Prime Minister of India and other dignitaries with Recipients of Presidents Police Medal for Distinguished Service during the Inaugural Ceremony of CBI Headquarters Building at New Delhi on April 30, 2011

Dr. Manmohan Singh, Honble Prime Minister of India and other dignitaries with Recipients of Presidents Police Medal for Distinguished Service & other Awardees during the XVIIIth Biennial Conference of Heads of Anti-Curruption/Vigilance Bureaux at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi on October 21, 2011

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INTERNATIONAL POLICE COOPERATION

5.1 Principles governing Police Cooperation are: respect of the national sovereignty, universality and enforcement of general criminal law, flexibility of working method and equality of member-nations. In the Indian context, with CBI Director as an ex-officio Head and Headquarters at New Delhi, a Nodal Agency named National Central Bureau with its motto as Cooperation, Speed and Accuracy, coordinates investigation and other police cooperation on behalf of the INTERPOL member-countries. 5.1.1 INTERPOL-New Delhi has been connected to IPSG through the INTERPOL Global Communications System I-24/7 which replaced the X-400 System. 5.1.2 A large number of requests for partinvestigation, Letters Rogatory, Extradition requests

and requests for issuance of Red Notices and various other Notices of IPSG, etc. are received and sent by NCB-India to various NCBs and similarly, the same request from other NCBs are also received for investigation/enquiries to be carried out in India. All the State Police Forces and other Law Enforcement Agencies in India have a link through INTERPOL counterparts in other member-countries, through INTERPOL Global Communications System (I-24/7) in dealing with criminal investigations. 5.1.3 India is one of the oldest members of INTERPOL having joined the organisation way back in 1949. The National Central Bureau of India (NCB) functions as an integral part of CBI, with Director, CBI being its ex-officio Head. In order to provide more active support to Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of External Affairs, State Police

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Forces and other Law Enforcement Agencies, the Coordination Wing has been reconstituted as International Police Cooperation Unit comprising of National Central Bureau (NCB) and International Police Cooperation Cell (IPCC). While NCB looks after all INTERPOL-related work, IPCC handles Letters Rogatory, active assistance to MHA and MEA in negotiation of Treaties on Extradition and Mutual Legal Assistance and Conferences held annually. 5.2 CONFERENCES/SEMINARS/TRAININGS/ MEETINGS ORGANISED BY INTERPOL IN COOPERATION WITH NCB-INDIA

Resolutions adopted during the 5th INTERPOL Liaison Officers Conference Creation of INTERPOL Cell in the office of the INTERPOL Liaison Officer. Use of e-mail for communication between ILOs & NCB-India through e-mail IDs already created. Quarterly returns regarding Red Notices and pending references to be sent by ILOs to NCB-India. These returns to be sent by first week of every quarter under the signature of ILO. Upper limit of one month for disposal of INTERPOL references. To communicate and exchange information regarding change of ILOs and changes in DD/ IPCU, AD/IPCC & AD/NCB-India. Training Courses on Investigation Abroad conducted by CBI Academy. A person arrested by an agency may be a Red Notice subject of another agency. In order to avoid such arrest of Red Notice subjects going unnoticed, efforts should be made to have a database of arrested persons, wherever possible, which should be run against database of Red Notice subjects. In case arrest of Red Notice subjects is detected, the agency concerned and NCB-India should be informed. NCB-India should inform the States concerned on quarterly basis on the RCNs and LRs pending with them, so that unnecessary watch is not kept on people already arrested abroad.

5.2.1 The 5th one-day INTERPOL Liaison Officers (ILOs) Conference was organised by IPCU on 14th July, 2011 at the CBI Head Office, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi. The first such Conference was held in the year 2003. 35 Officers of the rank of ADGP/IGP(CID)/DIG and SsP of States/UTs attended this Conference as ILOs. Apart from these officers, officials from Ministry of External Affairs and Ministry of Home Affairs also attended the Conference. 5.2.2 The Conference was inaugurated by Shri Balwinder Singh, Special Director, CBI. He gave a brief introduction of INTERPOL, its origin, history, INTERPOL member-countries and role of INTERPOL in combating and preventing crimes. He exhorted the delegates to take full advantage of the platform provided by the INTERPOL in the form of various databases on criminals, publication of notices, etc. in seeking International Cooperation. 5.2.3 Presentations on the Role of INTERPOL in International Police Cooperation, Extradition Act & Treaties, Formulation of Letters Rogatory, Red Notices its execution and problems and 24/7 Network and International aspects of Cyber Crime were made during the Conference. The delegates of the Conference were provided with inputs in the form of a compact disk and study material, including text of MLATs and Extradition Treaties, India has with other countries, Guidelines of MHA & MEA on the subject, etc. In the end, the Conference unanimously adopted eight (8) Resolutions relating to enhancing coordination and cooperation between IPCU and the State and UT agencies.

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5.2.4 2nd Police Liaison Officers (PLOs) Conference - 2011 was organised by International Police Cooperation Unit (IPCU) on 15.07.2011 in CBI, CGO Complex, New Delhi. 30 delegates of the rank of Ambassadors, Dy. High Commissioners, First Secretary, Second Secretary and Consulars from 22 Embassies/High Commissions of USA, UK, Germany, Malaysia, Mauritius, Netherlands, Russia, Singapore, Japan, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Spain, Nepal, Canada, France, Kuwait, Chile, South Africa, UAE, Belgium, Tajikistan attended the Conference. Apart from these officers, officials from Ministry of External Affairs and Ministry of Home Affairs also participated the conference. 5.2.5 The Conference was inaugurated by Shri Amar Pratap Singh, Director, CBI, who is the Head of NCB-India. In his inaugural address, he emphasized on the theme of the Conference, i.e. to share up experiences and discuss issues of mutual concern in the joint endeavour to fight against crime. He gave a brief introduction of Indian administrative scenario, police functioning and Police Agencies. He laid emphasis on the increasing transnational crime and the role of Police Liaison Officers and Indian Law Enforcement Agencies in combating and preventing the same.

Director, CBI thanked the Police Liaison Officers for their support and assistance in solving important cases. He appealed to all the PLOs to strengthen the cooperation between the Law Enforcement Agencies to worldwide in combating and preventing crimes. 5.2.6 Presentations on CBI, IPCU and Police Set-up in India and Building Partnerships to defeat Cyber Crime were made during the Conference. Thereafter, an interactive session with the officers from Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of External Affairs and CBI Officers took place on the subject of International Cooperation and Mutual Assistance. The deliberations were marked with enthusiastic participation of the delegates and many of them made pertinent observations and raised meaningful queries to the Ministry officials. The delegates of the Conference were provided with inputs in the form of study material on pending issues with the PLOs of the respective countries with a view to get the issues expedited. 5.3 DsGP/IsGP CONFERENCE 2011

5.3.1 During the DsGP/IsGP Conference - 2011, a presentation was made by CBI on Lack of Institutional Mechanism for Interstate Criminal Investigation and Apprehension of Fugitives and the Need for creating

Director, CBI, inaugurating the 2nd Police Liaison Officers Conference - 2011

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Resolutions adopted during the Police Liasion Officers Conference 1. Promoting and facilitating visit of the requesting country to assist in expeditious execution of LRs by the requested country. Providing regular feedback on the progress of the execution of LRs to the requesting country. Promote and strengthen mutual cooperation in informal requests expeditiously in accordance with the domestic laws of each State. Facilitating expeditious decision on matters relating to local prosecution of fugitives of the requesting country. To hold the PLOs Conference every year.

prove extremely useful in the Indian context. There would be no conflict between the CCTNS and I-24x7 System as both could be integrated with the help of technical experts. During the meeting, it was decided that as a first step, a Pilot Project could be undertaken in a cluster of States like Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Maharashtra. It was decided to have a look at the experience of ZIPnet, set up by the Delhi Police for similar coordination. 5.3.4 This Group held its second meeting on 12.12.2011. The Group witnessed a representation on ZIPnet as well as I-24x7. The main objective of ZIPnet, which as per the approval of MHA, was to share crime and criminal information in real time. ZIPnet provides search engines to match information from Central repository in online environment. The existing zonal network of State Police Forces that are using this facility include Police Forces from Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Punjab, Chandigarh and Uttarakhand. It was decided to form another Zonal Network of Police from Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra with Headquarters at Hyderabad. It was decided that the Zonal Networks may be connected through CBI, which would act as the Nodal Agency and it would carry out crime/trend/pattern analysis and send advisory/report to the members of Law Enforcement Agency. 5.3.5 Another presentation on Technology, e-Policing and Cyber Crime was made by CBI during DsGP/IsGP Conference highlighting the issues pertaining to policing the Cyberspace, importance of digital evidence in investigation of conventional crimes, capacity-building to tackle Cyber Crimes and role of CBI, current trends in Cyber Crimes and measures to counter such crimes. Various initiatives on the part of CBI, such as creation of advanced training facilities, preparation of SOPs and providing advanced forensic support in investigation of Cyber Crimes were also highlighted. A proposal for three tier Hi-Tech Crime Unit model for State Police at the State level, District and Police Station level with the ability to deal with complex systems, train Investigating Officers with special aptitude and interface with service providers was also made.

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an IT-driven Institutional Mechanism for Interstate Coordination. During the discussion following the aforesaid presentation, the DsG endorsed the views expressed in the presentation and it was decided that a Working Group would be constituted by CBI with adequate representatives from all regions for wideranging consultations. 5.3.2 In compliance of the decision taken during the Conference, the Working Group under the Chairmanship of Shri Balwinder Singh, Special Director, CBI and representatives from MHA, DsGP of Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan, West Bengal, Maharashtra and DG, NCRB was constituted. 5.3.3 The first meeting of this Working Group was held on 14th October, 2011. The Group was of the view that the I-24x7 System of INTERPOL, New Delhi by and large met the requirements of IT driven system for interstate coordination and could

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VISIT OF DELEGATIONS TO CBI HEADQUARTERS

5.4.1 Dr. R.K. Raghavan, Ex-Director, CBI, visited the CBI Headquarters, New Delhi on 20th January, 2011 and met Shri Amar Pratap Singh, Director, CBI; Shri Balwinder Singh, Special Director, CBI and Shri V.K. Gupta, the then Additional Director, CBI. He held an interaction session with the Senior Officers of CBI. 5.4.2 Shri P .C. Sharma, Member, National Human Rights Commission and Ex-Director, CBI visited CBI Headquarters on 25th February, 2011 and addressed the Officers of CBI on matters relating to Human Rights. 5.4.3 Smt. Alka Sirohi, Secretary, Department of Personnel & Training, Government of India visited CFSL, CBI HO, New Delhi on 4th March, 2011 and also addressed the CBI Officers. 5.4.4 Dr. Sam Pitroda, Advisor to the Honble Prime Minister of India on IT matters, visited CBI HO, New Delhi on 29th March, 2011 and addressed the Senior Officers of CBI. 5.5 VISIT OF FOREIGN DELEGATION TO CBI HEADQUARTERS

Director, CBI, welcoming Dr. R.K. Raghavan, former Director, CBI

Director, CBI, with Shri P.C. Sharma, former Director, CBI

5.5.1 Ms. Irene C. Keiono, Vice-Chair, Kenya Anti-Corruption Commission, along with delegation visited CBI Headquarters, New Delhi on 30th March, 2011. 5.5.2 Mr. Louis Freeh, former Director, FBI, USA visited CBI HQ, New Delhi on 18th May, 2011 along with Dr. R.K. Raghavan, former Director, CBI and met Shri Amar Pratap Singh, Director, CBI; Shri Balwinder Singh, Special Director, CBI and Shri V.K. Gupta, the then Additional Director, CBI and addressed Officers of CBI. 5.5.3 Mr. Steven Martinez, Director of FBI. Los Angeles ADIC and Assistant Special Agentin-Charge (ASAC) Mr. William OLeary paid a courtesy call to Director, CBI and held an interactive session on Cyber Crime on August 30, 2011 at CBI HQ.

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5.5.4 Mr. David M. Luna, Director, Transnational Criminal Threats and Illicit Networks, Anti-crime Programs Divisions, INL accompanied by a Political Control Officer at the US Embassy, New Delhi met Shri R.P Agrawal, Head of Zone (SC), CBI, New . Delhi on 28.09.2011 at CBI HO, New Delhi. 5.6 VISIT OF FOREIGN DELEGATES TO INDIA

5.6.1 Mr. Lord Ian Blair, former Commissioner of Metropolitan Police, London delivered the 12th D.P . Kohli Memorial Lecture on 3rd June, 2011 at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. 5.6.2 Mr. Ronald K. Noble, INTERPOL Secretary-General visited New Delhi from 15th to 17th December, 2011 to meet Director, CBI and other dignitaries in Government of India, to discuss potential partnerships with India in combating telecommunications crime and the possibility of hosting a Charity Cricket Match for the INTERPOL Fund for a Safer World. Mr. Noble emphasized upon the four strategic priorities of INTERPOL, viz., a Secure Global Police Communications Network, assistance in the Identification of Crimes and Criminals, 24/7 Operational Support to Police and Capacity-building. He also highlighted the use of INTERPOLs Stolen and Lost Travel Document Database (SLTD), which is a key instrument in preventing the free movement of international terrorists, in preparation for major attacks, oftentimes using stolen or lost travel documents. 5.6.3 The India-Pakistan Home/Interior Secretary level talks were held in New Delhi during March 28-29, 2011 in pursuance of the decision taken in Thimpu (Bhutan) in February 2011 by the Government of Pakistan and India to resume the dialogue process and in the backdrop of bilateral meeting between the Home Minister of India and the Interior Minister of Pakistan held in Islamabad in June 25-26, 2010. 5.7 VISIT OF CBI OFFICERS ABROAD Dr. Sam Pitroda with Director, CBI

The Kenyan Delegates with Director and Special Director, CBI

5.7.1 During the year 2011, a total number of 82 CBI Officers attended various international conferences/seminars/symposiums/training courses, investigations, etc. as against 57 in 2010 and 36 in 2009.

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TREATIES/AGREEMENTS/JOINT WORKING GROUPS WITH OTHER COUNTRIES AND BILATERAL/MULTILATERAL CONFERENCES

Shri Waseem Ahmed, DG, FIA, Pakistan with DCBI

5.8.1 International Police Cooperation Unit (IPCU) actively supports MHA and MEA in negotiation of Extradition/Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties/proceedings of Joint Working Groups on Combating Terrorism with various Countries and Bilateral/Multilateral Conferences as a part of Indian delegation and by providing inputs. During 2011, the IPCU officials or nominated officials participated in the following important negotiations/conferences in India and abroad: Meeting on Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty in Criminal Matters between India and Malaysia at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Meetings of Joint Working Group, Home Secretary Level Talks between India and Bangladesh at Dhaka, Bangladesh. International Firearm Forensics Symposium (IFFS), Lyon, France. Negotiations with Canada and USA authorities to facilitate early execution of MLAT requests at Ottawa, Canada and Washington DC, USA. 6th Global Congress on Counterfeiting and Piracy, Paris, France.

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21st African Regional Conference, Gaborone, Botswana. Money Laundering Investigation Program, Colombo, Sri Lanka. INTERPOL I-24/7 Counter-Terrorism Capacity Building Program (CTCBP), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Asia Region Law Enforcement Management Program (ARLEMP) 20 in Vietnam. 9th INTERPOL Train- the-Trainer Workshop on IT Crime Investigation for Asia and South Pacific, Hong Kong, China. OECD Working Group on Bribery in International Business Transactions, Paris, France.

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9th SAARC Conference in Police Matters preceded by the 4th Meeting of Focal Points of the SDOMD and the 4th Meeting of Focal Points of the STOMD in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Octopus International Workshop on Cooperation against Cyber Crime in South Asia at Colombo, Sri Lanka. 2nd Meeting of the ILETAG Sub Group on Information Security at IPSG, Lyon, France. 20th Session of the United Nations Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (UNCCPCJ), Vienna. US-India Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar (LEEDS), Los Angeles, USA. 1st INTERPOL Global Complex Working Group Meeting, Lyon, France. 7th Annual Heads of NCB Conference, Lyon, France. Meeting of Experts in Illicit Enrichment, Washington DC, USA. 3rd Strategic Planners Meeting, IPSG, Lyon, France. Plenary Session Launching the INTERPOL Radiological and Nuclear Terrorism Prevention Unit, Cite International Convention Centre, Lyon, France. Asia Region Law Enforcement Management Program (ARLEMP), Melbourne, Australia. INTERPOL Expert Group Meeting on Anti Money Laundering and Countering of Terrorism Financing, Lyon, France. Cybercon 2011 - Threats and Solutions Conference, Dublin, Ireland. 13th Annual International Fugitive Investigators Conference, Toronto, Canada. 3rd Meeting of the Working Group on Enhancing the International Status of Red Notices, Paris, France. 9th Meeting of INTERPOL Asia-Pacific Expert Group on Asian Organised Crime, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Meeting of the OECD Working Group on Bribery in International Business Transactions, Paris, France.

6th Operational Working Group Meeting Project Kalkan, Dushanbe, Tajikistan. 22nd INTERPOL DNA Monitoring Expert Group to be held at IPSG, Lyon, France. 1st INTERPOL Cyber Security Training Workshop and 3rd ILETAG GRIS Meeting, Singapore. 2nd Star-INTERPOL Asset Recovery Focal Points Meeting, Lyon, France. 3rd International Association of AntiCorruption Authority (IAACA) Seminar, Shanghai, China. 4th Meeting of SAARC Interior/Home Ministers and other related meetings in Thimpu, Bhutan. Specialized Forensic Medicine Engagement Course at Los Angeles, USA. 2nd Meeting of the open ended Inter-Governmental Working Group on the Prevention of Corruption and 5th Meeting of the Inter-Governmental Open-ended Working Group Meeting on Asset Recovery in Vienna, Austria. Group Training Course on Crime Prevention (Administration of Criminal Justice) at Japan. 3rd IGC Working Group Meeting, Lyon, France. 2011 International Law Enforcement IP Crime Conference, Madrid, Spain. 9th Indo-Nepal Joint Working Group Meeting at Kathmandu, Nepal. Seminar on Cyber Security, Ispra, Italy. 5th INTERPOL Train-the-Trainer Workshop on Computer Forensics, South Korea. 5th IAACA Annual Conference and General Meeting, Morocco, Marrakech. 80th General Assembly Session, Hanoi, Vietnam. International Course on Security, Madrid, Spain. Global Counter Terrorism Forum and Inaugural Meeting of the Criminal Justice/Rule of Law Working Group in Washington DC, USA. Seminar on Cyber Security, Italy. International Crime Prevention Conference 2011, Singapore.

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10th ICPO-INTERPOL Regional Training Course for NCB Officers in Asia and the South Pacific, Colombo, Sri Lanka. 4th I-Link Training Workshop, IPSG, Lyon, France. 24/7 Points of Contact Conference, Rome. INTERPOL NSO Symposium - 2011, IPSG, Lyon. Symposium on Suppression of International Terrorism and Organised Crime, Common Challenges, Abu Dhabi, UAE. 23rd INTERPOL DNA MEG Meeting, Pretoria, South Africa. 13th INTERPOL Asia-South Pacific Working Party on Information Technology Crime, Tokyo, Japan. Meeting for MLAT in Criminal Matters between India and Italy held at New Delhi. 6th India-Thailand Joint Working Group on Legal Matters. Meeting held at New Delhi. Home Secretary Level Meeting for Ratification of the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organised Crime (UNCTOC) and Three Supplementary Protocols. Meeting held at New Delhi. Home Minister Level meeting to discuss Criminal Matters between India and Pakistan held at New Delhi. HS Level talks between India and Bangladesh held at New Delhi. Inter-Ministerial Meeting held at New Delhi on the Proposed Extradition Treaty between India and Italy. Meeting between Honble Union Home Minister and visiting Dy. Prime Minister and Interior Minister for UAE and signing of Agreement held at New Delhi. Joint Working Group (JWG) Meeting between India and Bangladesh held at New Delhi. 5.9 LETTERS ROGATORY (LR)

State Police Agencies and 27 pertain to CBI cases. Total 18 execution reports were received out of which 13 pertained to CBI cases and 5 to the cases of State Police Agencies. Similarly, 32 Letters Rogatory were received from various countries requesting to provide assistance in criminal matters, and execution report in 41 cases were sent to MEA after receiving from the various ILOs/CBI Branches for onward transmission to the requesting countries. 5.10 EXTRADITION/DEPORTATION 5.10.1 During the period under review, 1 wanted fugitive (subject of Red Corner) was extradited from abroad and 2 fugitives (subject of Red Corner) were deported from abroad. 12 wanted fugitives (all subjects of Red Corner) were located/arrested abroad. 8 wanted Indian fugitives (subject of Red Corner) were arrested in India on the basis of LOC got opened in furtherance of Red Corner against them. 5.10.2 One of the important criminal extradited was Israeli Drug peddler Yaniv Benaim, wanted in a Drug peddling case in Goa from Lima, Peru. 5.10.3 During the period, due to excellent co-ordination, acused were arrested in an important case. Mumbai Police had informed a case of diamonds theft worth Rs. 6.5 crore ($1,436,630) committed by a gang of foreign criminals from an International Diamond Exhibition from Mumbai. The accused fled from Mumbai to Dubai for their onward journey to Germany along with the diamonds. INTERPOL New Delhi contacted INTERPOL Dubai and Embassy of India at Dubai, which resulted in a well coordinated effort to apprehend criminals at Dubai Airport and recovery of stolen diamonds from them. 5.11 MISCELLANEOUS ENQUIRIES 5.11.1 During the period under review, 4193 references regarding miscellaneous inquiries in respect of driving licences, identification of foreigners, arrest report of foreigners in India, criminal antecedents, identification of fingerprints, missing persons deportation, drug trafficking, searches and registration of thefts of antiquities stolen from India, examination of foreign counterfeit currency seized by authorities in India, etc. were received and attended upon.

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6.1

HUMAN RESOURCE

6.1.1 The total sanctioned strength of CBI as on December 31, 2011 was 6590 against which 5666 officers were in position with 924 posts lying vacant. The vacancies existed in the ranks of Special/Additional Director (2), Joint Director (1), Deputy Inspector-General of Police (3), Superintendent of Police (34), Additional Superintendent of Police (9), Deputy Superintendent of Police (133), Inspector (183), Sub-Inspector (143), Assistant Sub-Inspector (16), Head Constable (21) and Constable (124). The posts of 89 Law Officers and 40 Technical Officers at various levels, were also lying vacant. A Comparative Manpower Chart for last three years is given below:

CBI as Multi-Disciplinary Investigation Agency Over the years, CBI has evolved as a Multi-Disciplinary Investigation Agency. More than 100 Banking Officers, Insurance Experts, Banking Experts, Cyber Forensic Experts are working in CBI.

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PROMOTION AND CONFIRMATION

6.2.1 During the year 2011, 32 Departmental Promotion Committee meetings were held in which 573 CBI personnel of various ranks were promoted. The details are as follow: DPC Meeting held to consider Promotion to the Ranks (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) (xi) (xii) (xiii) (xiv) (xv) (xvi) (xvii) 6.2.2 Senior Superintendent of Police Additional Legal Advisor Superintendent of Police Additional Superintendent of Police Public Prosecutor Inspector Sub-Inspector Office Superintendent Private Secretary Personal Assistant Crime Assistant Head Clerk Upper Division Clerk Assistant Sub-Inspector Head Constable Canteen Manager Lower Division Clerk No. of Officers promoted 12 4 18 40 11 122 24 4 2 19 38 8 37 41 187 1 5

In addition, the following officers were promoted during the year: Shri V.K. Gupta, IPS (GJ:1977) appointed as Special Director in CBI on February 18, 2011. Shri Anil Palta, IPS (JH:1990) promoted to the rank of Joint Director in CBI with effect from September 9, 2011. Shri V. V. Lakshmi Narayana, IPS (MH:1990) promoted to the rank of Joint Director in CBI with effect from September 9, 2011. Shri Rajeev Sharma, IPS (RJ:1990) promoted to the rank of Joint Director in CBI with effect from September 9, 2011.

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6.2.3 The following Superintendents of Police (IPS) were promoted as Deputy Inspectors-General of Police in CBI: Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 6.2.4 S/Shri A.S. Dhillon, IPS (HY:1997) Saurabh Tripathi, IPS (MT:1997) Sumit Sharan, IPS (TN:1997) V. Murugesan, IPS (UK:1997) S. Sengathir, IPS (RJ:1997) Mahipal Yadav, IPS (KL:1997) A.D. Modak, IPS (TN:1997) S. Murugan, IPS (TN:1997) Date of promotion 10.08.2011 10.08.2011 10.08.2011 16.08.2011 18.08.2011 09.09.2011 09.09.2011 16.09.2011

The following Superintendents of Police were promoted as Senior Superintendent of Police in CBI: S/Shri R.C. Choudhary E. Narayanan R.P Kaushal . Vijay Kumar Surinder Paul R. Raju V.P Arya . M.C. Sahni Keshav Mishra Ganesh Verma T. Punithamani Ashwani Kumar Date of promotion 28.05.2011 28.05.2011 28.05.2011 28.05.2011 28.05.2011 28.05.2011 31.05.2011 28.05.2011 28.05.2011 28.05.2011 30.05.2011 28.05.2011

Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 6.2.5 CBI:

The following Additional Superintendents of Police were promoted as Superintendent of Police in

Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

S/Shri S.P Dutta .S. N.P Rajeevakshan . V.K. Raghu Kumar Jagroop Gurusinha S.K. Khare Madhu Sudan Singhal T. Rajah Balaji

Date of promotion 01.08.2011 08.08.2011 29.07.2011 28.07.2011 28.07.2011 16.08.2011 28.07.2011

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S/Shri Vivek Priyadarshi Nirbhay Kumar P Manjhi .K. Vivek Dutt Rohit Kapoor Dr. Arman Deep Singh M.R. Kadole Tanmaye Behera M.V. Surti Ravinder Singh

Date of promotion 28.07.2011 29.07.2011 29.07.2011 28.07.2011 01.08.2011 08.08.2011 01.08.2011 29.07.2011 28.07.2011 28.07.2011

The following CBI personnel at various levels were also promoted: Rank Deputy Superintendent of Police to Addl. SP Deputy Legal Advisor to Addl. Legal Advisor Assistant Public Prosecutor to PP Crime Assistant to Office Superintendent Personal Assistant to Private Secretary Sub-Inspector to Inspector Assistant Sub-Inspector to Sub-Inspector Head Constable to Assistant Sub-Inspector Constable to Head Constable Head Clerk to Crime Assistant Upper Division Clerk to Head Clerk LDC to UDC SCS to PA TOTAL No. of Officers promoted 40 4 11 3 2 118 22 50 189 8 9 16 7 479

Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 6.2.7

75 CBI personnel at various levels were confirmed as indicated in the Table given below: Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Rank of Officers Senior Clerk Steno Assistant Programmer Sub-Inspector Lower Division Clerk Canteen Employee Multi-Tasking Staff TOTAL Number 01 14 38 10 03 09 75

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6.2.8 Six Limited Departmental Competitive Examinations were also conducted as per details given below: Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Examination For promotion of Constable to the grade of Head Constable For promotion of UDCs to the grade of Head Clerk For promotion of Head Constable to the grade of ASI For appointment to the grade of LDC in CBI For promotion of LDC to the grade of UDC For appointment to the grade of SI in CBI Date 05.02.2011 12-13.02.2011 19.02.2011 12.03.2011 07.05.2011 15-16.10.2011

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DIRECT RECRUITMENT The following posts were filled through direct recruitment: Rank Senior Public Prosecutor Public Prosecutor Assistant Public Prosecutor Assistant Programmer Sub-Inspector No. of candidates appointed 14 6 20 10 59 18 (LDCE quota) 6 7 8 Lower Division Clerk (LDC) Senior Clerk Steno (SCS) Data Entry Operator (DEO) TOTAL 186 122 7 442

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COMPASSIONATE APPOINTMENT

6.4.1 Six Lower Division Clerks and three Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS) were appointed on compassionate grounds.

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INDUCTION Shri K. Saleem Ali, IPS (MT:1978) joined CBI as Additional Director, CBI on 28.09.2011. Shri Anurag Garg, IPS (HP:1993) joined CBI as Deputy Inspector-General of Police on 19.12.2011.

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6.5.1 Inductions were also made on deputation at various other levels in CBI as indicated in the Table given below: Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 3 4 5 Rank Superintendent of Police Additional Superintendent of Police Deputy Superintendent of Police Inspector Assistant Sub-Inspector Head Constable Constable No. of Officers inducted 11 1 3 44 12 23 333

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ABSORPTION The officers/officials absorbed in CBI in different ranks are indicated in the Table below: Sl. No. 1 2 Constable SCS Rank No. of Officers/Official absorbed 10 1

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VACANCIES

6.7.1 Vacancy position in the beginning as well as at the end of the year 2011, i.e. as on 01.01.2011 and 31.12.2011 in all ranks (Executive, Prosecution, Ministerial and Technical Posts) is at Annexure-A.

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RETIREMENT/REPATRIATION/RESIGNATION

Special Director Sl. No. 1 1 2 1 2 S/Shri Name of the Officer Event of leaving Retirement Voluntary Retirement Retirement Repatriation Repatriation Date of leaving 31.12.2011 17.05.2011 31.07.2011 17.08.2011 09.11.2011

Balwinder Singh, IPS (AP:1976) Y.P Singh, IPS (UP:1982) . S.P Singh, CBI . Smt. Tilotama Verma, IPS (UP:1990) Piyush Anand, IPS (UP:1991)

Joint Director

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6.8.1 Besides the number of officers/officials in other ranks, who left CBI in the year 2011 on account of Repatriation/Retirement/Resignation/Voluntary Retirement, are indicated in the Table given below: Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Rank Senior Superintendent of Police Superintendent of Police Additional Superintendent of Police Deputy Superintendent of Police Additional Legal Advisor Deputy Legal Advisor Public Prosecutor Assistant Director (Official Language) Assistant Library Information Officer Office Superintendent Private Secretary Inspector Event of leaving Retirement Retirement Retirement Retirement Expired Expired Retirement Expired Retirement Repatriation Retirement Expired Retirement Retirement Repatriation Voluntary Retirement Expired Resignation 13 Sub-Inspector Retirement Voluntary Retirement Technical Resignation Resignation Reverted 14 Assistant Sub-Inspector Retirement Repatriation Expired 15 Head Constable Retirement Repatriation Expired 16 Constable Retirement Repatriation Expired 17 Crime Assistant Retirement Voluntary Retirement Resignation No. of Officers/ Officials left CBI 4 6 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 2 20 26 1 2 1 3 1 1 3 3 9 8 1 12 4 3 1 83 1 5 1 1

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Sl. No. 18 19 20 Personal Assistant Head Clerk

Rank

Event of leaving Retirement Voluntary Retirement Retirement Retirement Voluntary Retirement Resignation

No. of Officers/ Officials left CBI 1 1 1 1 2 6 1 8 7 1 1 1 1 1

Upper Division Clerk

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Senior Clerk Steno Lower Division Clerk Canteen Manager Assistant Halwai-cum-Cook Office Attendant Wash Boy

Retirement Resignation Resignation Expired Retirement Expired Retirement Expired

FINANCIAL UPGRADATION UNDER ACP/MACP SCHEME

ACP Sl. No. 1 2 MACP 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Dy. Legal Advisor Senior Public Prosecutor Public Prosecutor Assistant Director (Official Language) Office Superintendent Inspector Sub-Inspector Assistant Sub-Inspector Head Constable Constable Crime Assistant Personal Assistant Senior Clerk Steno (SCS) Head Clerk Upper Division Clerk (UDC) 1 1 5 2 5 17 3 6 33 81 6 9 14 7 18 Assistant Sub-Inspector Constable Rank Total No. 2 20

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Sl. No. 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 Lower Division Clerk (LDC)

Rank Junior Hindi Translator (JHT) Office Attendant Peon Frash Wash Boy Safai Karamchari

Total No. 16 1 15 1 1 1 8

6.10 BUDGET 6.10.1 CBI, including International Police Cooperation Unit, was allocated following funds in 2011-2012: BE Non-Plan (Revenue) Plan (Revenue ) Plan (Capital) TOTAL GRAND TOTAL Rs. (in crores) 246.34 23.56 33.89 57.45 303.79

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6.11 BUILDINGS 6.11.1 CBI HO Building

in important cases. The gallery was inaugurated by Honble Prime Minister of India on 30.04.2011. 6.11.3 GYMNASIUM AT CBI HQ BUILDING The Gymnasium has been made functional on ground floor of CBI HQ Building. It has been equipped with state-of-the-art gymnasium equipments. 6.11.4 CANTEEN A cafeteria on ground floor is presently run by IRCTC. 6.11.5 PRESS BRIEFING ROOM A well-designed Press briefing room and Media lounge is functional at the ground floor. 6.11.6 OTHER BUILDINGS The CBI has undertaken other projects for the construction of office-cum-residential complex at various places, which includes office complex in Bandra-Kurla Complex at Mumbai, office-cum-residential complex at Jabalpur, office-cum-residential complex at Imphal and office-cum-residential complex at Guwahati. 6.11.7 Sanction of the Government has been obtained for making payment to Dy. Commissioner, Papumpari, Yupia towards allotment of 3750 sq.mtrs. of land for construction of CBI office-cum-residential complex at Itanagar. Payment has been made and possession has been taken of the land.

The new CBI Headquarters Building is a modern, state-of-the-art, centrally air-conditioned building having two basements and ground plus 11 floors, which has been constructed by the NBCC in a period of 36 months at a total cost of Rs.201.10 crore. This building was inaugurated by the Honble Prime Minister of India Dr. Manmohan Singh on 30.04.2011. The building houses all Delhi-based Offices of CBI, which includes AC Headquarters, Special Crime, Economic Offences, ACB Delhi, BS&FC, STF, MDMA, INTERPOL, Administration Division, Directorate of Prosecution, Chief Information Officer, Vigilance Cell and also the Office of Pay & Accounts Officer, CBI, New Delhi. It has CBI Gallery, Gymnasium, Press Briefing Room, Cafeteria, Guest Rooms, etc. It is an energy-efficient building having rainwater harvesting, solar heating system and also has own sewerage treatment plant with provision of recycling of treated water for horticulture use. The building is equipped with state-of-the-art fire-fighting system as per latest national building code. It has energy conserving HVAC system for power back-up facility. Workstations and cabins with glass partitions, compactors have been provided on each floor. 6.11.2 CBI ART GALLERY CBI Gallery depicts the history of CBI, important cases handled by the organisation and articles recovered

Shri Amar Pratap Singh, Director, CBI, along with other Senior Officers of CBI on the occasion of superannuation of Shri S.P. Singh, Joint Director, CBI

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Honble Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh, along with Shri V. Narayanasamy, MoS (PP), Shri T.K.A. Nair, Principal Secretary to PM, Smt. Alka Sirohi, Secretary (P&T), Shri Amar Pratap Singh, Director, CBI and others on the occasion of inauguration of the New CBI Headquarters

Honble Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh, visiting CBI Gallery

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6.11.8

Construction and Renovation of existing Office-cum-Residential Buildings of CBI

During the year following approvals were conveyed for construction/renovation of various office complexes/ residential quarters: Sl. Name of the No Branch 1 ACB Lucknow 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Amount Rs. 7.26 lac Details of work

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Construction of boundary wall and Viraj Khand Gomatinagar, Lucknow. Work of internal partitions in newly-allotted space in GPOA ACB Port Blair Rs. 10.6 lac through CPWD. CBI Academy Rs. 3.7 crore Renovation of Officers and Trainees Hostel. ACB Lucknow Rs. 22.29 lac Construction of Boundary Wall for the land at Jankipuram. ACB Mumbai Rs. 4.0 lac Civil and Electrical works associated with TAFSU. Vasant Vihar Rs. 1.72 crore Payment for upgradation of 90 quarters at CBI Colony, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi. ACB Imphal Rs. 3.05 lac Installation of Tube Well at Imphal. ACB Bangalore Rs. 5.91 lac Providing of workstation for TAFSU, Bangalore. Vasant Vihar Rs. 33.38 lac Electrical work in 90 quarters at Vasant Vihar, New Delhi. ACB Jaipur Rs. 4.99 lac Providing of vitrified tiles flooring in the office of Jaipur. ACB Port Blair Rs. 12.7 lac Providing of furniture to CBI Office. ACB Cochin Rs. 33.03 lac Installation of one Passenger lift in the office. ACB Dehradun Rs. 3.50 lac Towards installation of compactor in the Malkhana. ACB Mumbai Rs. 34.55 lac Towards structural repair of aesthetic improvement and upgradation of CBI quarters. AHD Patna Rs. 1.67 crore Construction of office complex. ACB Cochin Rs. 4.33 lac Construction of shades over balcony of staff quarters. ACB Bangalore Rs. 9.08 lac Renovation of reception area, counter and main door & entrance gate. ACB Jaipur Rs. 2.23 lac Installation & testing of new submersible pump. ACB Jaipur Rs. 10.99 lac Construction of temporary parking shed and reconstruction of Duty Room at Jaipur. ACB Jaipur Rs. 1.47 lac Raising the boundary wall and re-fixing grill. ACB Mumbai Rs. 12.65 lac Upgradation and alteration of internal 20 quarters Type-II at Mumbai. ACB Kolkata Rs. 9.97 lac Renovation of office premises of ACB Kolkata and Zonal Office at 14th and 15th floor MOS Building, Nizam Place, Kolkata. ACB Kolkata Rs. 7.0 lac Renovation of office premises of TAFSU, Kolkata at 14th floor MOS Building, Nizam Place, Kolkata. ACB Kolkata Rs. 32.21 lac Renovation of office premises of TAFSU, Kolkata at 14th floor MOS Building, Nizam Place, Kolkata. ACB Kolkata Rs. 9.66 lac Wiring for light points, fan points, call bell points computer points, A/C points in recessed steel conduit system, energy-efficient fittings, LAN connection Air-conditioner and fire alarm systems, etc. at 13th floor MOS Building, Nizam Place, Kolkata. ACB Guwahati Rs. 23.43 crore Construction of office-cum-residential complex at Guwahati.

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Glimpses of CBI Infrastructure

Shri Amar Pratap Singh, Director, CBI, at CBI Gymnasium, New Delhi

Canteen at CBI HQ Building, New Delhi

Media Briefing Hall at CBI HQ Building, New Delhi

CBI Office Building at Mumbai (under construction)

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6.11.9 The following sanctions under Head Minor Works have also been issued during the 2011, as per details given below: Sl. No Name of the Branch Amount 1 2 3 4 SCB Kolkata ACB Dehradun SU Kolkata ACB Jaipur Rs. 0.77 lac Rs. 3.56 lac Rs. 0.52 lac Rs. 0.43 lac Details of work Towards sweeping and cleaning works. Towards construction for workstations. Towards renovation of office building at SU Kolkata. Towards renovation and rewiring of Interrogation Room at Ist floor in CBI Office Jaipur. Towards day-to-day operation and maintenance of Water Softening Plant at ACB Kolkata. from 1.04.2009 to 31.03.2010. Towards day-to-day operation and maintenance of Water Softening Plant at ACB Kolkata. from 1.04.2010 to 31.03.2011. Towards Cattle Trap Drain at CBI Complex, Bangalore. Towards operation and maintenance of Head Office Building. Towards engagement of Safaiwala for one year w.e.f. 21.11.2011 to 19.11.2012. Towards operation and maintenance of CBI HO Building. Towards additional sanction for renovation of office premises of ACB Kolkata and Zonal Office at 14th and 15th floor MOS Building, Nizam Place, Kolkata. Towards operation and maintenance of CBI HO Building. Towards renovation of Prosecutor Cell, Kolkata.

ACB Kolkata

Rs. 3.47 lac

ACB Kolkata

Rs. 4.09 lac

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ACB Bangalore Head Office Jodhpur Headquarters Building ACB Kolkata

Rs. 0.83 lac Rs. 30.18 lac Rs. 0.65 lac Rs. 78.04 lac Rs. 3.15 lac

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Rs. 65.78 lac Rs. 1.15 lac

6.12 BENEVOLENT FUND 6.12.1 There is a corpus of Rs.1.14 crore in the CBI Benevolent Fund. During the year 2011, a sum of Rs. 12,61,188/- was disbursed to the various members of CBI Benevolent Fund as Relief to meet funeral expenses and other financial crisis on deaths of subscribers/their dependent members, for higher education of children and for medical expenses, etc. A sum of Rs. 27,34,000/- was disbursed as Loan for marriage purposes of subscribers/their dependent family members like daughter, sister, son, etc.

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6.13 WELFARE 6.13.1 During the year 2011, three health camps were organised in CBI Colony, Vasant Vihar for check-up of the hygiene and health of the CBI Officers, Officials and their families living in CBI Colony, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi. One such camp was for dental check-up in which Specialists in the field were called and check-up of the oral health of the Staff, Officers and their families was got done on 23.07.2011. Another camp was organised on 24.09.2011 for the eye check-up of the CBI Officers, Officials and their families in which Specialists from the Ophthalmology were brought to the camp and the officers and officials were subjected to thorough check-up. Another health camp was organised on 20.11.2011, which was exclusively for the check-up of the ladies living in the CBI Colony for their gynaecological disorders. The ladies were examined by the Specialist Gynaecologists to ascertain their various ailments and treatment was prescribed.

With concerted efforts of DCBI with the Government, a Special Incentive Allowance @ 15% of Basic Pay to all the Non-Executive Officers and staff of CBI was got sanctioned during the year 2011, which fulfilled long-standing demand of Non-Executive staff and officers of CBI.

Dr. Shubnum Singh, Chairperson, CBIs Ladies Club along with the members and dental team during the Dental Check-up Camp at CBI Colony, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi

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6.14 PROGRESSIVE USE OF HINDI 6.14.1 Two Assistant Directors (OL) (with supporting staff) are posted in CBI, for implementing progressive use of Hindi in official work. 6.14.2 An Official Language Implementation Committee has been functioning in CBI Head Office to monitor the implementation of various provisions of Official Language Act, 1963 and rules made hereunder and to take measures to achieve the targets prescribed in Annual Programme of the Department of Official Language. Meetings of the Committee are being held regularly. Similar Committees are functioning in 38 Branches of CBI. 6.14.3 All communications received in Hindi were replied to in Hindi. 6.14.4 All documents under 3(3) of Official Language Act, 1963 were issued bilingually, i.e. both in Hindi and English. There has been gradual but consistent increase in percentage of correspondence in Hindi. 6.14.5 Seven officials were sent for training in Hindi Typing during the year under report. 6.14.6 Charge-sheets and statements of accused and witness in various CBI cases were translated from English to Hindi and vice versa. 6.14.7 All Notifications and general orders were issued bilingually during the year under report. 6.14.8 Similarly, all Legal Notifications under DSPE Act, 1946 and Cr.P .C., 1973 were issued bilingually.

6.14.9 Annual Report of CBI for the year 2010 was translated in Hindi. 6.14.10 To create consciousness amongst the officials and to accelerate the use of Hindi in official work, Hindi Day was celebrated on 14.09.2011 and Hindi Fortnight was organised from 01.09.2011 to 14.09.2011. During the period, 4 competitions were organised in Hindi Noting/Drafting, Hindi Essay Writing, Hindi Writing, Hindi Kavita Path, Hindi Debate, etc. 12 officials were given away awards on the basis of the performance in these competitions. 6.14.11 To have an assessment of the positions regarding progressive use of Hindi, three Branches were inspected during the year 2011. 6.15 LOANS & ADVANCES Nature of Loan/ Advance No. of persons granted advance 1 46 69 128 Total amount of advance granted (in lacs) Rs. 1.80 Rs. 14.75 Rs. 19.82 Rs. 3.84

Motor Car Advance Computer Advance Motorcycle/Scooter Advance Festival Advance

6.16 MEDICAL REIMBURSEMENT 6.16.1 During the year, sanctions amounting to Rs.2.49 crore were issued for reimbursement under Medical Treatment.

Shri Amar Pratap Singh, Director, CBI, distributing the prizes during Hindi Diwas

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HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT

An Aerial View of CBI Academy, Ghaziabad 7.1 CBI Academy located at Hapur Road, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, started functioning on January 10, 1996. Earlier, training programmes were conducted at the CBI Training Centre at Lok Nayak Bhawan, New Delhi. 7.2 In order to have a well-trained human resource, which is the key to attain the organisational goals, as enshrined in the CBIs motto - INDUSTRY, IMPARTIALITY, INTEGRITY, CBI Academy was established in 1996. It has emerged as a major Police Training Institution and has made a mark at the national and international level. 7.3 The Vision of CBI Academy is Excellence in Training in the fields of crime Investigation, Prosecution and Vigilance Functioning and its Mission is to train the human resources of CBI, State Police and the Vigilance Organisations to become professional, industrious, impartial, upright and dedicated in Service of the Nation. 7.4 The CBI Academy is the focal point of training activities within the organisation and is responsible for identification of suitable training programmes, regulation of nominations of trainees and preparation of the Annual Training Calendar. The structure and syllabi of the basic courses is reviewed periodically by a Training Review Committee. 7.5 TRAINING COURSES

7.5.1 There are two kinds of Training Courses, which are being conducted in the CBI Academy: (i) Short-term In-service Courses: For Officers of CBI, State Police and Central Government Undertakings. The duration of short-term courses run from 1 day workshop/seminar to

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5 days of regular course. Some specific courses also run for 2 weeks. (ii) Long-term Basic Courses: For directly recruited Deputy Superintendents of Police (66 weeks), Sub-Inspectors (32 weeks) and Constables (26 weeks) of CBI.

(f) (g)

Cyber Crime Courses (for Beginners, Middle Level and Advanced Concepts). Foreign Courses (for SAARC, ASEAN & African Countries and for the countries sponsored by the Government of India). Courses on Team Building and Group Dynamics (including Stress Management, Soft Skills, Leadership and Motivation).

(h)

7.5.2 Broad Categories of courses being conducted by CBI Academy are as below: (a) Basic Courses, Refresher Courses, Orientation Courses, Vertical Interaction Courses, PostPromotional Courses, Induction Courses, etc. Anti-Corruption Courses (Investigation of Disproportionate Assets, Trap, Abuse of Official Position by the Public Servants, Vigilance Courses, etc.). Courses on Economic Offences (Bank Frauds, Forensic Accounting, E-Banking Frauds, Capital Market and Stock Market Frauds, etc.). Conventional/Special Crime Courses (Murder, Rape, Homicide, Narcotics, Antique Thefts, Terrorist crimes, Bomb Blast Cases, etc.). Courses on Investigative and Technical Skills (Mobile Forensics, Scientific Interrogation Techniques, Scientific Aids to Investigation, Asset Tracing, etc.).

(b)

(c)

7.5.3 Efforts to upgrade the professional aptitude of the CBI Officers have been further strengthened by establishment of Regional Training Centres (RTCs) at Kolkata, Chennai & Mumbai. These RTCs have been set up with an aim to optimize the training needs in a cost-effective manner, by utilizing services of all the local resource persons. The three RTCs are situated in the respective Anti-Corruption Branches of CBI. They have also been equipped with modern training aids. 7.6 TRAINING DELIVERY

(d)

(e)

7.6.1 In the year 2011, CBI Academy along with the RTCs, conducted 133 courses as compared to 203 courses in the year 2010. The comparative figures of training delivery in the year 2010 and 2011 are shown in Chart below:

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7.6.2

The following figures depict training delivery in the year 2011: No. of Courses CBI Academy 102 11 13 7 133 No. of Participants CBI 985 76 150 190 1401 Non-CBI 2139 41 2180 3124 76 150 231 3581 31411 125 261 374 32171 Total Training Man-Days

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7.6.3 During the year 2011, the CBI Academy & RTCs trained 3581 officers/officials, including 1401 from CBI and 2180 from State Police and other organisations. These include 74 officers of the rank of DIG/Director to Central Government and above and 146 officers of the rank of SP and equivalent. The Comparative Chart/ Graph of the training activities for the last three years from 2009 to 2011 are as under:

Year 2009 2010 2011

Total No. of Courses 194 203 133

No. of Participants CBI 3448 3080 1401 State Police & other Organisations 1586 1673 2180

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BASIC TRAINING

7.7.1 During the year 2011, the XVth Batch, comprising of 76 Sub-Inspectors, reported to the CBI Academy on 18.07.2011 for Basic Training: 7.7.2 Besides the Outdoor Training, the Cadets have so far been given inputs on Constitution of India, Major Acts, Crime Manual, Specialized Investigation, General Investigation, Forensic Science, Forensic Medicine, Court Craft, Soft Skills, etc. 7.7.3 For inculcating attitudinal change in the SI Cadets to adapt to better group behaviour, they were encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities, such as sports, cultural programme, project works, etc. All of them have been made computer savvy. Apart from this, special emphasis was laid on developing various aspects of their personality. 7.7.4 A 12-week Induction Training for 28 Investigating Officers of National Investigation Agency was conducted by CBI Academy from 8.8.2011 to 25.11.2011. The officers were given inputs on Law, Major and Minor Criminal Acts, Investigation, AntiCorruption, Computer Application, Cyber Forensics, Management, Morals and Ethics, Office and Record Procedures, etc. 7.8 BASIC COURSE FOR INTELLIGENCE OFFICERS OF NARCOTICS CONTROL BUREAU (NCB)

at Delhi Judicial Academy, Delhi, from 18-23 April, 2011 and 21-25 November, 2011 respectively. A total of 41 Law Officers attended the training programmes. 7.10 CENTRE FOR TRAINING IN CYBER & HI-TECH CRIME INVESTIGATION 7.10.1 Centre for training in Cyber Crime and Hi-Tech Crime Investigation (CHTCC) has been set up at CBI Academy by Ministry of Information Technology, Government of India, during the year 2010 with the purpose of capacity-building in the areas of investigation of Cyber Crime, through training and providing tools and technology. 7.10.2 The Centre has an MoU with NASSCOMDSCI and is equipped with the latest gadgets and Cyber Forensic tools and is manned by highly trained and Cyber Forensic certified investigators. 7.10.3 During the year 2011, the Centre has conducted specialized courses for CBI Officers, State Police Officers and also for Foreign Police Officers (African Nations, Nepal, Myanmar, Bhutan, Vietnam, etc.).

7.8.1 During the year 2011, two basic courses were conducted for Intelligence Officers of Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB). The training for the first batch of 34 Officers commenced on 3.01.2011 and concluded on 10.05.2011. The training for the second batch of 11 Officers commenced on 10.10.2011 and concluded on 30.12.2011. 7.8.2 During the basic course, the officers were given inputs on Major and Minor Criminal Acts, Service Matters, Computer Application, Cyber Forensics and Investigation under NDPS Act. 7.9 TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR LAW OFFICERS OF CBI AT DELHI JUDICIAL ACADEMY

DIG (Trg.), briefing the Australian Delegation about the facilities available in the CHTCC 7.10.4 Assistance has been provided by CHTCC in a number of high-profile cases investigated by CBI and also to the State Police. In addition, assistance has also been provided to the Central Forensic Science Laboratory, New Delhi.

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7.11 ATTACHMENT OF IPS PROBATIONERS TO CBI 7.11.1 A batch of 119 IPS Probationers of 62 RR (2009 Batch) and 122 IPS Probationers of 63 RR (2010 Batch) visited CBI Academy on 06.01.2011 & 19.12.2011 respectively for a one-day attachment with CBI. The Probationers interacted with Director, CBI and other Senior Officers. In addition, they were given inputs on Role and Responsibilities of CBI and High-profile cases handled by CBI 7.12 CBI ACADEMYS WEBSITE 7.12.1 CBI Academy has its own website, viz., (www.cbiacademy.gov.in). Access to this website is available only to authorized CBI personnel based on User-IDs and passwords. It has extensive legal inputs comprising of important Acts, Case Laws, Standard Operating Procedures on varied topics of professional interest. A comprehensive database containing Crime Manual, Administration Manual and Policy Division Circulars covering various aspects of CBI functioning has also been made available. 7.12.2 The Academy Website is being used for providing Distance Learning through various modules and study materials uploaded on the website

and conducting online tests with real-time result announcement. 7.13 INFRASTRUCTURE 7.13.1 In order to make CBI Academy an ideal training centre for imparting training on various aspects of crime and investigation, new infrastructural initiatives have been undertaken during the year 2011. (A) FOUNDATION-STONE LAYING CEREMONY OF PHASE-II, CBI ACADEMY Director, CBI laid the foundation stone for the Phase-II, CBI Academy on 07.05.2011. The Phase II will include exhaustive library, forensic lab, simulation exercise rooms, sports complex, consisting of synthetic track, swimming pool, gymnasium and facilities for indoor sports, besides a dispensary. As of now, the laying of Synthetic Track has been completed while construction of Swimming Pool is in full swing. (B) OTHER MAJOR DEVELOPMENTAL WORKS Central Police Canteen providing items of daily use on subsidized prices to the Trainees and the Staff started functioning from Academys premises in April, 2011.

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Director, CBI, laying the foundation stone of CBI Academy Phase-II New Gymnasium having new equipments, wooden wall panelling, mirrors, etc. established. Indoor Training Facility upgraded through installation of Motorized Screen, Replicators, Wireless Mike, Scanner, Laptop, CCTV Camera, Paper shredders, Hostel software, etc. Air-conditioned bus purchased Renovation of Main Conference Hall, Office Chambers of DIG (Trg.), SP (Trg.), Addl. SP (Trg.). Brick wall erected in North-East corner of Phase-II area for security and safety of CBI Academy. Guard Room of CBI Academy completely renovated. Renovation of Rooms of Officers Hostel by laying of vitrified floor tiles.

Director, CBI, interacting with the CPWD Officers during the laying of the foundation stone of CBI Academy Phase-II

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7.13.2 A fully computerized Library houses 19438 books, 55 Journals, 1115 educational cassettes and 1465 CD-ROMS on various subjects of professional relevance. The Library is installed with the latest version of Libsys-4 software. The Academy Library is also a member of DELNET system of Libraries that facilitates resource-sharing and inter-library loan. 7.14 RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES 7.14.1 The CBI Academy has good hostel facility consisting of Officers Hostel having 60 Airconditioned rooms, Trainees Hostel having 100 rooms and Dining Hall having capacity for 200. 7.15 NATIONAL POLICE MUSEUM 7.15.1 A National Police Museum has been established in the Academic Block of the Academy in November 2003. The Museum houses antiques, old National & International Emblems, Medals, Dresses, Badges, etc. used by the Forces during the bygone era, besides Firearms and Forensic exhibits. 7.16 INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION 7.16.1 During the year 2011, the following Workshop/Training courses were organised at CBI Academy by International Agencies: 7.17 TRAINING OF FOREIGN POLICE OFFICERS 7.17.1 During the year 2011, a total of ninetyeight (98) Foreign Police Officers from SAARC, ASEAN and African Countries, attended Courses on Investigation of Economic Offences, Cyber Crime, Prevention of Money Laundering and Bank Frauds. These include 51 from Nepal, 22 from Myanmar and 25 from African Countries. 7.18 SPECIALIZED TRAINING FOR CBI OFFICERS 7.18.1 During the year 2011, specialized courses on Banking-related topics were organised for Senior and Cutting Edge Level Officers (IOs) of CBI at Training Institutes of various Nationalised Banks, viz., Indian Bank Management Academy for Growth and Excellence (IMAGE), Chennai; Syndicate Institute of Bank Management, Manipal, Karnataka; Canara Bank Staff Training College, Bangalore; UCO Bank Staff Training College, Kolkata; State Bank of India

Staff College, Hyderabad; and Bank of Maharastra Staff College, Pune. A total of 124 Officers (14 Senior Level Officers and 110 Cutting-Edge Level Officers (IOs) took the training. 7.19 TRAINING OF STATE POLICE OFFICERS 7.19.1 During the year 2011, CBI Academy conducted the following exclusive courses for Police Officers of various State Police Organisations, Central Paramilitary Forces and other organisations, on their request: 1. Training Programme on Cyber Crime, Bank Frauds and Economic Offences for directly recruited Dy.SsP of U.P State Police. . Course on Cyber Forensics for Inspectors to DIG of National Investigation Agency (NIA). Training Programme for Assistant Security Commissioners (Probationers) of Railway Protection Force (RPF). Module on Profesional Interrogation & Interviewing Techniques for IPS Probationers of 63 RR (2010) at SVP National Police Academy, Hyderabad. Training Programme on Anti-Corruption for IRTS Officers (Probationers) of Indian Railways. Course for Law Officers of North-Eastern States. Course on Interrogation Techniques and Report Writing for Officers of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF). Basic Vigilance-cum-Familiarisation Course for Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) personnel. Course on Anti-Corruption, Economic Offences and Cyber Crime for Bihar State Police Officers.

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Academic Advisory Board Meeting in progress Shri Rakesh Jaruhar, Special DG, C.R.P.F., Kolkata; Shri Paramveer Singh, Special Director (Retd.), CBI; Shri Balwinder Singh, Special Director, CBI; Shri V. N. Rai, Director, SVP National Police Academy, Hyderabad; Shri Santosh Macherla, Joint Director, CBI; Shri R.K. Tandon, Joint Director, CBI; Smt. Upma Srivastava, Joint Secretary (Trg.), DoPT, New Delhi; Shri K. Madhavan, Joint Director (Retd.), CBI; Shri Sujeet Pandey, DIG(Trg.), CBI Academy: and Shri Sanjeev Shankar, Director (Trg.), DoPT, attended the meeting. 7.20.2 A number of important issues relating to training, designing of new specialized courses, strengthening of R&D wing, training methodology, review of contents of basic courses, sharing of resources and faculties amongst various training institutes were discussed during the meeting. The points emerged from the meeting have been analysed and are being implemented. 7.21 DELEGATION FROM ABROAD 7.21.1 Kenyan Delegation exposed to various capacity-building programmes being conducted by CBI and the infrastructural facilities available in CBI Academy. 7.21.2 Delegation from Australian Federal Police (AFP)

A Two-Member Delegation from Australian Federal Police headed by Mr. Andrew Wood, Chief Operating Officer, and Mr. Richard C. Moses, Senior Liaison Officer, Serious and Organised Crime, Australian Federal Police visited the CBI Academy on 01.12.2011 for cooperation between CBI and the Australian Federal Police in Capacity-building and Training. 7.22 VISIT OF SECRETARY GENERAL, INTERPOL 7.22.1 Mr. Ronald K. Noble, Secretary-General, INTERPOL, Lyon, France visited CBI Academy on 16.12.2011. Director, CBI, including Senior Officers of CBI, Director-General, BPR&D; Director, NTRO; CEO, DSCI, etc. were also present during the visit. The main purpose of the visit of SecretaryGeneral was to work on institutional mechanism for tackling telecommunication crimes involving partnership between LEAs, research/academic bodies and private sector in an international setting. The mechanism, which had been envisaged, is a research and innovation

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Director, CBI, addressing the participants of the Seminar on Exchanging Best Practices in Investigation centre in CBI in partnership with INTERPOL along with research/academic bodies and private sector. 7.23 INVESTITURE CEREMONY OF SUBINSPECTOR (CADETS) BATCH-XIV 7.23.1 The Investiture Ceremony of the 14th Batch of Sub-Inspector Cadets of CBI was solemnized on 07.05.2011. Director, CBI was the Chief Guest during the Ceremony. 37 Cadets took the oath to serve the country with devotion and sincerity keeping in mind the motto of CBI-INDUSTRY, IMPARTIALITY, INTEGRITY. Awards were also given to Cadets, who excelled in their particular fields. 7.23.2 During the 32-week training, the Cadets were given inputs on Criminal Major and Minor Acts, such as IPC, Cr.P .C., Indian Evidence Act, DSPE Act, P.C. Act, Arms Act, Indian Explosives Act, Explosive Substances Act, Extradition Act, Identification of Prisoners Act, Constitution of India, Crime Manual, Specialized Investigation, General Investigation, Forensic Science, Forensic Medicine, Court Craft, Soft Skills, etc. Besides training on investigation of Conventional Crimes, Anti-Corruption Cases, Economic Offences, Bank Frauds, Cyber Crimes and special training on Computer skills, Driving, Shooting, Judo, Yoga, Unarmed Combat, Gender Sensitization and Human Rights were also given to them. 7.24 TRAINING CALENDAR 7.24.1 Training Calendar for the year 2012 has been designed keeping in mind the training needs. Emphasis has been laid on the following: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) Mobile Call Analysis/Mobile Forensics. Cyber Forensics. Interrogation and Interview Techniques. Online Financial and Credit Card Frauds. Procurement and Contract Frauds. Money Laundering and Forensic Accounting/ Audit. Special Crime courses. Stress Management, Group Dynamics and Leadership (Soft skills). International Courses. Intellectual Property Rights.

7.24.2 The CBI Academy is continuously striving not only to attain excellence in imparting training to the CBI Officers in the field of Anti-Corruption, Economic Offences and Special Crimes, but also to provide inspiration and guidance to Police Forces and Vigilance Establishments from all over the country. Annexure-C is the Training Calendar - 2012.

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Library at CBI Academy, Ghaziabad

Special Director, CBI, with the participants from African Countries

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ANNEXURE-A
A1: OVERALL VACANCY POSITION IN CBI AS ON 31.12.2011
Designation of Posts Executive Ranks Law Officers Technical Officers Support Staff Canteen Posts GRAND TOTAL Note: Law 229* *29 Special Prosecutors, 12 Assistant Prosecutors and 15 Public Prosecutors are engaged on Contract basis in CBI. Technical 66+49 = 115* 13 Banking & Foreign Trade, 8 Engineering, 8 Insurance & Taxation and 20 Computer Professionals totalling to 49 have joined on Contract basis for an initial period of 3 years. Sanctioned Strength 4,509 318 155 1,538 70 6,590 Actual Strength 3,839 229* 115* 1,440 43 5666 Vacancy 670 89 40 98 27 924

A2: VACANCY POSITION AT A GLANCE - EXECUTIVE OFFICERS


Designation of Posts Director Special Directors/Additional Director Joint Director Deputy Inspector-General of Police Senior Superintendent of Police Superintendent of Police Additional Superintendent of Police Deputy Superintendent of Police Inspector of Police Sub-Inspector of Police Assistant Sub-Inspector of Police Head Constable Constable TOTAL Sanctioned Strength 1 4 17 36 13 101 91 265 886 414 207 561 1913 4,509 Actual Strength 1 2 16 33 13 67 82 132 703 271 191 540 1789 3,839 Vacancy 0 2 1 3 0 34 09 133 183 143 16 21 124 670

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Designation of Posts Additional Legal Adviser Deputy Legal Adviser Senior Public Prosecutor Public Prosecutor Assistant Public Prosecutor TOTAL Note: *29 Special Prosecutors are engaged on Contract basis in CBI and mentioned in the strength of Public Prosecutor. 12 Assistant Special Prosecutors are engaged on Contract basis in CBI and mentioned in the strength of Assistant Public Prosecutor. *15 Public Prosecutor for Additional Special Courts exclusively for CBI cases are engaged on Contract basis in CBI and mentioned in the strength of Public Prosecutor. Sanctioned Strength 7 20 67 175 49 318 Actual Strength 6 12 59 110* 42* 229 Vacancy 1 8 8 65 7 89

A4: VACANCY POSITION AT A GLANCE - TECHNICAL OFFICERS


Designation of Posts Senior Advisor (Engineering) Senior Advisor (Banking) Senior Advisor (Taxation) Senior Advisor (Foreign Trade/Foreign Exchange) Advisor (Engineering) Advisor (Banking) Advisor (Taxation) Advisor (Foreign Trade/Foreign Exchange) Deputy Advisor (Engineering) Deputy Advisor (Banking) Deputy Advisor (Insurance) Deputy Advisor (Foreign Trade/Foreign Exchange) Technical Advisor Technical Officer (A&IT) Technical Officer (Banking) Chief Information Officer Principal System Analyst Senior System Analyst Executive Engineer Sanctioned Strength 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 2 1 2 1 3 1 1 1 3 1 Actual Strength 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 Vacancy 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 2 1 2 1 2 0 0 1 3 1

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Designation of Posts OSD (Computer) Programmer Assistant Programmer Lecturer Junior Technical Officer (A&IT) Assistant Director (OL) Junior Analyst Assistant Librarian & Information Officer Junior Advisor (Engineering) Junior Advisor (Banking) Junior Advisor (Taxation) Junior Advisor (Foreign Trade/Foreign Exchange) Senior Hindi Translator Junior Hindi Translator Senior Librarian & Information Assistant Junior Engineers Income Tax Inspector Customs & Central Excise Inspector Data Processing Assistant Grade B Data Processing Assistant Grade A Care Taker (For CBI Academy) Data Entry Operator Grade A Senior Gestetner Operator Banking & Forein Trade Professional (Contractual) Engineer (Contractual) Insurance & Taxation (Contractual) Computer Professional (Contractual) TOTAL Note:

Sanctioned Strength 1 10 40 2 4 2 1 1 3 6 5 2 1 20 5 2 4 1 1 1 1 12 1 155

Actual Strength 0 10 23 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 12 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 12 0 13 8 8 20 115

Vacancy 1 0 17 2 3 1 0 1 3 6 5 2 0 8 4 2 4 0 1 1 1 0 1 +13 + 8 + 8 +20 40

13 Banking & Foreign Trade, 8 Engineering, 8 Insurance & Taxation and 20 Computer Professionals totalling to 49 have joined on Contract basis for an initial period of 3 years.

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Designation of Posts Administrative Officer Office Superintendent Steno Grade A/Senior PS Steno Grade B/Private Secretary. Personal Assistant Steno Grade D/Senior Clerk Steno Junior Accounts Officer Crime Assistant Head Clerk Upper Division Clerk Lower Division Clerk Dresser (for CBI Academy) Multitasking Staff (MTS) Cook (for CBI Academy) Bearer (for CBI Academy) TOTAL Sanctioned Strength 2 35 3 16 64 465 1 59 84 196 469 1 137 2 4 1,538 Actual Strength 2 33 0 16 59 435 1 45 76 183 465 0 119 2 4 1,440 Vacancy 0 2 3 0 5 30 0 14 8 13 4 1 18 0 0 98

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Designation of Posts Manager Assistant Manager Halwai-cum-Cook Coupon Clerk/Salesman Assistant Halwai-cum-Cook Tea Maker Bearer Wash Boy Safaiwala TOTAL Sanctioned Strength 2 1 2 17 2 17 10 18 1 70 Actual Strength 0 0 2 9 1 16 9 5 1 43 Vacancy 2 1 0 8 1 1 1 13 0 27

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ANNEXURE-B
DELHI SPECIAL POLICE ESTABLISHMENT ACT, 1946 (Act No. 25 OF 1946)

SECTION 3:
Offences to be investigated by Special Police Establishment: Notifications issued by the Central Government specifying the following offences, which are to be investigated by the Delhi Special Police Establishment under Section 3 of the DSPE Act. A. Offences punishable under Section 34, 114, 120-B, 121, 121-A, 122, 123, 124, 124-A, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 138, 140, 143, 147, 148, 149, 153, 153-A, 153-B, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 165-A, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171-E, 171-F, 182, 186, 188, 189, 190, 193, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201, 204, 211, 212, 214, 216, 216-A, 217, 218, 220, 222, 223, 224, 225, 225-B, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 262, 263, 263-A, 275, 277, 279, 283, 284, 285, 286, 287, 292, 295, 295-A, 302, 303, 304, 304-A, 304-B, 306, 307, 308, 309, 323, 324, 325, 326, 328, 330, 331, 332, 333, 334, 336, 337, 338, 341, 342, 343, 344, 346, 347, 352, 353, 354, 355, 363, 363-A, 364, 364-A, 365, 366, 367, 368, 376, 376-A, 376-B, 376-C, 376-D, 379, 380, 381, 382, 384, 385, 386, 387, 388, 389, 392, 393, 394, 395, 396, 397, 398, 399, 401, 402, 403, 406, 407, 408, 409, 411, 412, 413, 414, 417, 418, 419, 420, 421, 423, 426, 427, 429, 431, 432, 434, 435, 436, 440, 447, 448, 449, 450, 452, 454, 456, 457, 460, 461, 465, 466, 467, 468, 469, 471, 472, 473, 474, 475, 476, 477, 477-A, 482, 483, 485, 489, 489-A, 489-B, 489-C, 489-D, 489-E, 495, 498-A, 499, 500, 501, 502, 504, 505, 506, 507, 509 of Indian Penal Code, 1860 (Act No. 45 of 1860).

B. CENTRAL ACTS
Offences punishable under: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Aircraft Act, 1934 (Act No. 22 of 1934) and rules made under the said Act. Anti-Hijacking Act, 1982 (Act No. 65 of 1982). Antiquities and Art Treasures Act, 1972 (Act No. 52 of 1972). Arms Act, 1959 (Act No. 54 of 1959). Atomic Energy Act, 1962 (Act No. 33 of 1962). Section 3 of Benami Transaction (Prohibition) Act, 1988 (Act No. 45 of 1988). Central Excise and Salt Act, 1944 (Act No. 1 of 1944). Companies Act, 1956 (Act No. 1 of 1956). Sections 63, 63-A, 63-B, 65, 67, 68, 68-A and 69 of Copyrights Act, 1957 (Act No. 14 of 1957). Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 1961 (Act No. 23 of 1961). Customs Act, 1962 (Act No. 52 of 1962). Section 3 and 4 of the Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961 (Act No. 28 of 1961). Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940 (Act No. 23 of 1940). Section 24 of Emigration Act, 1983 (Act No. 31 of 1983).

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Emergency Provisions (Continuance) Ordinance, 1946 (Ordinance No. 20 of 1946) if committed by the Employees of the Central Government or contractors or sub-contractors or their representatives by contravening any order issued by the Central Government. Essential Commodities Act, 1955 (Act No. 10 of 1955). Explosives Act, 1884 (Act No. 4 of 1884). Explosive Substances Act, 1908 (Act No. 6 of 1908). Electricity Act, 1910 (Act No. 9 of 1910). Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 1976 (Act No. 49 of 1976). Foreigners Act, 1946 (Act No. 31 of 1946). Foreign Exchange Regulation Act, 1973 (Act No. 46 of 1973). General Insurance Business (Nationalisation) Act, 1922 (Act No. 57 of 1922). Gift Tax Act, 1958 (Act No. 18 of 1958). Gold Control Act, 1968 (Act No. 45 of 1968). Income Tax Act, 1961 (Act No. 43 of 1961). Import and Export (Control) Act, 1947 (Act No. 18 of 1947). Section 3, 4, 5, 8, 9 and 15 of the Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956 (Act No. 104 of 1956). Insurance Act, 1938 (Act No. 4 of 1938). Industries (Development and Regulation) Act, 1951 (Act No. 65 of 1951). Information Technology Act, 2000 (Act No. 21 of 2000). Indian Stamp Act, 1899 (Act No. 16 of 1899). Indian Forest Act, 1927 (Act No. 16 of 1927). The Lotteries (Regulation) Act, 1998 (Act No. 17 of 1998). Mines and Minerals (Regulation & Development) Act, 1957 (Act No. 67 of 1957). Motor Vehicles Act, 1939 (Act No. 4 of 1939). Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985 (Act No. 61 of 1985). Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 (Act No. 26 of 1881). Official Secrets Act, 1923 (Act No. 19 of 1923). Passport Act, 1920 (Act No. 24 of 1920) and Rule 6 of Passport Rules, 1950. The Passport (Entry into India) Rules, 1950 r/w Passport (Entry into India) Act, 1920, (Act No. 34 of 1920). Passport Act, 1967 (Act No. 15 of 1967). Prevention of Corruption Act, 1947 (Act No. 2 of 1947). Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 (Act No. 49 of 1988). Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954 (Act No. 37 of 1954). Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act, 1984 (Act No. 3 of 1984). The Prevention of Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1988 (Act No. 46 of 1988).

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Prevention of Insults to National Honour Act, 1971 (Act No. 69 of 1971). Prevention of Terrorism Ordinance, 2001 (No. 9 of 2001). Prevention of Terrorism Act, 2002 (Act No. 15 of 2002). The Press and Registration of Books Act, 1867 (Act No. 25 of 1867). Section 4 and 5 of the Prize Chits and Money Circulation Scheme (Banning) Act, 1978 (Act No. 43 of 1978). Post Office Act, 1898 (Act No. 6 of 1898). Railways Act, 1890 (Act No. 9 of 1890). Railways Stores (Unlawful Possession) Act, 1955 (Act No. 51 of 1955). Railways Act, 1989 (Act No. 24 of 1989). Representation of the People Act, 1950 (Act No. 43 of 1950). Representation of the People Act, 1951 (Act No. 43 of 1951). Registration of Foreigners Act, 1939 (Act No. 16 of 1939). Section 24 of the Security Exchange Board of Binders Act, 1942. Suppression of Unlawful Act against Safety of Civil Aviation Act, 1982 (Act No. 66 of 1982). The Religious Institutions (Prevention of Misuse) Act, 1988 (Act No. 41 of 1988). Section 3 and 4 of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989. Sections 11 and 12 of the Territorial Waters Continental Shelf, Exclusive Economic Zone and other Maritime Zones Act, 1976 (Act No. 80 of 1976). Telegraph Act, 1885 (Act No. 13 of 1885). Telegraph Wires (Unlawful Possession) Act, 1950 (Act No. 74 of 1950). Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act, 1985 (Act No. 31 of 1985) and Rules made thereunder. Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act, 1987 (Act No. 31 of 1987) and Rules made thereunder. Transplantation of Human Organs Act, 1994 (Act No. 42 of 1994). Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967 (Act No. 37 of 1967). Wireless and Telegraphy Act, 1933 (Act No. 17 of 1933). Wealth Tax Act, 1957 (Act No. 27 of 1957). Section 51 of Wildlife Protection Act, 1972 (Act No. 53 of 1972). All cognizable offences under the Trade Marks Act, 1999 (Act No. 46 of 1999).

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C. STATE ACTS
Offences punishable under: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Assam Opium Prohibition Act, 1947. Andhra Pradesh Control of Organised Crime Act, 2001. Bombay Stamp Act, 1958. Bihar and Orissa Excise Act, 1915 Bihar and Orissa Act No. 2 of 1915. (a) Section 120-B, 121, 147, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 182, 193, 197, 198, 201, 204, 211, 218, 223, 224, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 240, 241, 242, 243, 246, 247, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 258, 259, 260, 261, 262, 263, 263-A, 302, 304, 304-A, 306, 307, 308, 309, 323, 324, 325, 326, 328, 330, 332, 333, 336, 337, 338, 341, 342, 343, 344, 346, 347, 352, 353, 354, 355, 363, 363-A, 364, 365, 366, 367, 368, 376, 379, 380, 381, 382, 384, 385, 386, 387, 388, 389, 392, 395, 403, 406, 407, 408, 409, 411, 412, 413, 414, 417, 418, 419, 420, 427, 452, 465, 466, 467, 468, 471, 472, 473, 474, 475, 476, 477-A, 489-A, 489-B, 489-C, 489-D, 511 of Jammu & Kashmir State Ranbir Penal Code Sambat & Jammu & Kashmir (Act No. 12 of Sambat 1989). Jammu & Kashmir State Prevention of Corruption Act, Sambat 2006 (Jammu & Kashmir Act No. 13 of Sambat 2006). Sections 132, 133, 135, 136 of the Customs Act, 1962 (Jammu & Kashmir Act No. 52 of 1962). Energy Agents Ordinance of Sambat 2005 issued by Government of Jammu & Kashmir.

(b) (c) (d) 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

The Karnataka Control of Organised Crime Act, 2000. The Karnataka Stamp Act, 1957. The Kerala Forest Act, 1961 (Act No. 4 of 1962). Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act, 1999. Section 7 of the Nagaland Security Regulation Act, 1962 (Regulation 5 of 1962). Punjab Special Powers (Press) Act, 1956 (Punjab Act No. 38 of 1956). Section 124 of the Punjab State Election Commission Act, 1994 (Punjab Act No. 19 of 1994). Uttar Pradesh Indian Medicines Act, 1939 (U.P Act No.10 of 1939). . Uttar Pradesh Gangsters and Anti-Social Activities (Prevention) Act, 1986 (Uttar Pradesh Act No. 7 of 1986). West Bengal Security Act, 1950 (West Bengal Act No. 19 of 1950) as re-enacted by the West Bengal Security (Re-enacted and Validation) Ordinance, 1956. Section 3, 4 and 5 of the Tamil Nadu Property (Prevention of Damage and Loss) Act, 1992. The Goa Childrens Act, 2003 (Goa Act No.18 of 2003). Sections 11 and 13 of the Madhya Pradesh Dakaiti Aur Vyapharan Prabhavit Kshetra Adhiniyam, 1981 (Madhya Pradesh Act No. XXXVI of 1981). The Tamil Nadu Protection of Interests of Depositors (in Financial Establishments) Act, 1997 (Act No. XLIV of 1997)

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ANNUAL TRAINING CALENDAR - 2012
Sl. No I 1 Name of the Course Basic Course for SIs Phase-I & II Participants Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

BASIC COURSES SI Cadets (BatchXV) (Course started from 18.07.2011) SsP/DIsG joining CBI on deputation Dy.SsP and Inspectors joining CBI on deputation Head Constables & Constables joining CBI on deputation Newly-appointed Law Officers of CBI Newly-appointed LDCs/SCSs of CBI 13-24 12-23 16-27 14-25 11-22 25

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ORIENTATION /REFRESHER COURSES FOR DEPUTATIONISTS Orientation Course for SsP/ DIsG Orientation Course for Inspectors/ Dy.SsP Orientation Course for Head Constables & Constables Induction course for Newlyappointed Law Officers Induction course for Newlyappointed LDCs/SCSs Course for promotee Head Clerks and CAs Basic Investigation Course for Promotee Inspectors & Sub-Inspectors Basic Computer Training (2 weeks) Investigation of Disproportionate Assets & Trap Cases Investigation of Cases of Abuse of Official Position by Public Servants 303 29 2

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2-13

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INDUCTION COURSES

18-29

16-27

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POST-PROMOTIONAL COURSES Promotee Head Clerks and CAs of CBI Promotee Inspectors & SIs of CBI (who have not attended Basic Course of SIs) 25 2-6

13

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COMPUTER COURSES FOR OFFICERS AND OFFICIALS OF CBI Constables & Head Constables of CBI Inspectors to DIsG and APP to Sr.PP of CBI & State Police Inspectors to DIsG and APP to Sr.PP of CBI & State Police 6-10 23 3 5-16 3-14

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Name of the Course Investigation of Procurement and Contract Frauds Workshop on Attachment of Proceeds of Crime Investigation of Economic Offences Investigation of Bank Frauds

Participants SIs to SsP of CBI & State Police

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May 14-18

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep 10-14

Oct

Nov

Dec 17-21

13

Inspectors to SsP and APP to ALA of CBI & State Police Inspectors to SsP and APP to Sr.PP of CBI & State Police Inspectors to SsP and APP to Sr.PP of CBI & State Police Inspectors to Addl. SsP of CBI & State Police 26-30

28-30

3-5

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15

16-20

15-19

16

Investigation under Prevention of Money Laundering Act and Forensic Audit/ Accounting Investigation of Plastic Card Frauds/EBanking Frauds & using Electronic Evidence for Investigation and Trial Specialised Training to CBI Officers in the field of Securities Markets Training Programme for Banking Officers Specialised courses on Banking-related topics for the officers of CBI at Central Bank of India, Mumbai Specialised courses on Banking-related topics for the officers of CBI at SBI, Hyderabad respectively

4-8

17-21

17

Inspectors to SsP and APP to ALA of CBI and State Police

9-13

5-9

18

SIs to Addl. SsP of CBI

21-23

19

Banking Advisors appointed on Contractual Basis Officers of CBI

12-16

20

Dates to be notified later on

21

Officers of CBI

Dates to be notified later on

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Name of the Course Course on Investigation of Special Crime Cases Scientific Interrogation Techniques Forensic & Scientific Aids to Investigation, including Search and Seizure in Digital Environment Intelligence collection and Discreet Enquiries Cyber Crime (Incident Response Course) Level-I Investigation of Cyber Crime Level-II Course on Advanced Concepts in Cyber Crime Investigation & Cyber Forensics Mobile Phone Investigation, Call Analysis and Mobile Forensics Training Programme for Cyber Forensic Crack Team Investigation Abroad

Participants

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

SPECIALISED CRIME COURSES IOs (SIs to Addl. SsP) of CBI 9-13 23-27 18-22 27-31

23

SIs to Addl. SsP and APP to Sr.PP of CBI & State Police SIs to Addl. SsP and APP to Sr.PP of CBI & State Police

22-24

26-28

24

19-23

17-21

25

Investigating Officers (SIs to Addl. SsP) of CBI SIs to DIsG and APP to Sr.PP of CBI & State Police SIs to SsP and APP to Sr.PP of CBI & State Police Investigating Officers with previous experience in Cyber Crime Investigation of CBI & State Police Inspectors to SsP and APP to ALA of CBI and State Police Crack Team of CBI involving Cyber Crimes/ Cyber Forensics Inspectors to SsP and APP to Sr.PP of CBI & State Police Junior & Middle Level Vigilance Officers of PSUs & Banks CVOs of PSUs & Banks 1620

27-

3-7

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CYBER CRIME COURSES 2-4 9-11

27

30-

10-14

28

27-31

29

21-25

24-28

30

30-

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COURSE ON TRANSNATIONAL INVESTIGATION 16-18 6-8

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VIGILANCE COURSES Vigilance Course for Vigilance Officers Vigilance Course for CVOs 19-23

33

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Name of the Course Workshop on Soft Skills, Stress Management, Group Dynamics and Team-building Court Craft and Trial Process

Participants

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

COURSES ON TEAM-BUILDING & GROUP DYNAMICS Inspectors to SsP , APP to ALAs of CBI 4-6 1-3

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COURSES FOR LEGAL OFFICERS/INVESTIGATORS SIs to Addl. SsP and APP to Sr. PP of CBI SIs to SsP of CBI 5-7 5-7

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SPECIALIZED COURSES IN COLLABORATION WITH OTHER AGENCIES (4 courses) Specialized Course on Cyber Security in collaboration with Microsoft Specialized Course on Banking in collaboration with NIBM, Pune Specialized Course on Security Markets in collaboration with NICM, Mumbai Specialized Course on Cyber Crimes in collaboration with NASSCOMDSCI Seminar on Exchanging Best Practices in Investigation Dates to be notified later on

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SIs to SsP of CBI

Dates to be notified later on

38

SIs to SsP of CBI

Dates to be notified later on

39

SIs to SsP of CBI

Dates to be notified later on

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COURSES FOR OTHER INSTITUTIONS SsP and above of CBI, NIA, State Police, CPOs, BPR&D, CFSL, FSLs, NASSCOM, DSCI & NTRO IPS & other Senior Police Officers 16-17

41

Vertical Interaction Course on Corruption & Future of Governance (sponsored by BPR&D)

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Name of the Course Investigation & Interrogation Techniques (Economic Crimes, Corruption and Anti-Trafficking Cases) (BPR&Dsponsored Course) 2-day Course on Prevention, Detection and Investigation of Wildlife Crime Second Induction Training on Law and Investigation for Officers of NIA Training of Prosecutors of North-Eastern States Course on AntiCorruption, Economic Offences and Cyber Crimes Course on Cyber Forensic for Officers of National Investigation Agency (NIA) Workshop on Electronic Forensics and Audit Trails in Asset Tracking and Asset Recovery of Proceeds of Corruption (to be conducted by INTERPOL, Lyon, France and CBI Academy)

Participants Addl. SP and directly-recruited Dy.SsP of State Police

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Dates to be notified later on

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Officers of Indian Forest Service having a seniority of 5-10 years of service Officers of National Investigation Agency

Dates to be notified later on

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45

Prosecutors of States

19-23

46

Police Officers of Bihar State Police

2-13

47

Officers of National Investigation Agency

30 -

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Name of the Course Specialized Course for Sri Lankan Officers (3 weeks)

Participants Police Officers of Sri Lanka (covering the topics on Interrogation, scene of grave crimes, criminal intelligence, Cyber Crimes, travel investigations, white-collar crimes, forensic investigation, terrorist cases, prosecution, etc.) Police Officers of Vietnam Police Officers of Vietnam Police personnel of Special AntiCorruption of South Africa

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Dates to be notified later on

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Course on AntiCorruption Course on HiTech. Crimes Training programme for Police personnel from South African under the Indo-Brazil South Africa Cooperation in the areas of Public Administration Course for officers from foreign countries Course for officers from foreign countries Course for officers from foreign countries

Dates will be worked out on receipt of approval from MHA Dates will be worked out on receipt of approval from MHA 28.11.2011 to 2.12.2011 (Dates are tentative)

53

(Reserve)

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(Reserve)

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(Reserve)

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VISIT/ATTACHMENT Visit of Students of Yashwantrao Chavan Law College, Pune Visit of IPS Probationers Short Training Programme for Officers of Indian Air Force Officers of Indian Air Force Students of Yashwantrao Chavan Law College, Pune 14

57

Dates to be notified later on

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Dates to be notified later on

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