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CBI HQ ‘Haunted’?


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Looking at the spate of troubles in the CBI, many officials in the agency believe that the new headquarters building could be cursed. The CBI shifted to its new building towards the beginning of 2016. Observers say that since day one after that there has been rounds and rounds of crises, especially involving the top bosses. The troubles first shot off with then-director AP Singh, then it singed Ranjit Sinha and now the Verma-Asthana war. Thus it is that some senior officers are getting their own offices ‘cleansed’ by organizing pujas. Some are seeking the help of the famous Babas and astrologers, and some have even resorted to tantra. The fish in any troubled water is always a rich haul!

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