Black money: Cannot reveal all details, says Centre; Jethmalani objects.The Central government today submitted a fresh application in the Supreme Court stating that it cannot disclose details of Indian account holders in foreign countries with which India has double taxation avoidance agreement. It, therefore, sought a modification of the Court’s earlier order. Petitioner Ram Jethmalani, appearing in person, strongly opposed the application and said that it should be thrown out at the threshold..The Court, however, said that it cannot take a decision without going through the application made by the Centre. Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi appeared for the Central government..Coalgate: Don’t make remarks of personal nature, Supreme Court to Special judge Bharat Parashar.The Supreme Court today directed Special judge Bharat Parashar not to make irrelevant remarks of personal nature against the investigating officers of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The court gave this order after Senior advocate Vikas Singh today informed the court about certain adverse remarks made by the trial court against a CBI officer..The Court also dismissed applications by ML Sharma seeking blacklisting of the companies whose coal blocks were cancelled and fastening criminal liability on the government officials. Further the court has also sought fresh investigation reports from the CBI and the Enforcement Directorate. The matter is now listed for December 8.