Full Coverage - Satyam Scam
No Agency can put a finger on the date when the prosecution case on the Satyam scam will be completed.
Thursday , 18 October '12ED attaches Rs 822 cr of Satyam founder B Ramalinga Raju's properties
Wednesday , 1 August '12Sebi imposed a fine on the erstwhile Satyam Computer's compliance officer.
Saturday , 7 July '12The Supreme Court refused to stay inquiry initiated by Sebi against PriceWaterhouse auditors Srinivas Talluri and Subramani Gopalakrishnan
Monday , 27 February '12The HC directed SEBI to commence its inquiry against them from May.
Tuesday , 24 January '12Sebi seeks stay on order that allows Price Waterhouse to cross-examine accused.
Tuesday , 6 December '11ICAI also slapped a penalty of Rs 5 lakh each on them for their role in the Satyam scam.
Saturday , 5 November '11Raju was in the prison for nearly 34 months including a brief stay outside for two months on bail.
Friday , 4 November '11Supreme Court also grants bail to Satyam's former Chief Financial Officer Vadlamani Srinivas.
Wednesday , 12 October '11Four former employees of IT major Satyam Computers Services Ltd and a former auditor of PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC), arrested for their alleged roles in multi-crore accounting fraud involving the software firm, were today granted bail by the Supreme Court.
Monday , 19 September '11CBI sought more time as it failed to stick to its deadline of July 31 as fixed by apex court.
Tuesday , 9 August '11B Ramalinga Raju and six others today moved the Andhra Pradesh High Court seeking bail.
Sunday , 31 July '11B Ramalinga Raju is accused in the multi-crore-rupee Satyam Computer accounting scam.
Wednesday , 6 April '11The US SEC has forced PricewaterhouseCoopers to pay 'largest' ever penalty.
Monday , 15 November '10Ramalinga Raju enjoys certain privileges that will make his stay behind bars more comfortable.
Wednesday , 10 November '10SC had cancelled the bail of Raju and five others and had asked them to surrender before trial court by Nov 10.
Tuesday , 9 November '10Raju had moved an application seeking extension of this deadline to surrender citing poor health.
Tuesday , 2 November '10The trial of Rs 14,000-cr Satyam accounting scam case would commence on November 8.
Friday , 29 October '10However, it is not clear whether the Satyam founder would go to the prison or take refuge in hospital.
Tuesday , 26 October '10The Supreme Court has asked all six persons involved in Satyam scam to surrender by Nov 8.