The trial in India's biggest corruption scandal has begun in Delhi with the questioning of the first witnesses. The scandal involves the alleged selling of mobile phone frequency licences for a fraction of their value.
Former telecoms minister A Raja and MP Kanimozhi are among 14 people from telecoms firms or government who have been charged. All deny any wrongdoing. Auditors allege the mis-selling of the licences cost the exchequer nearly $40bn (£24.5bn) in lost revenue.