British Indian steel tycoon to consolidate steel empire
In July, Liberty Steel announced the completion of its acquisition of 7 major steelworks and 5 service centres across seven European countries from ArcelorMittal. Liberty said the EURO 740-mn deal makes it one of the top 10 producers globally
After Rs 200-crore Auli wedding, NRI Gupta family will pay Rs 54K for clearing dump
The high-profile weddings left the town with major waste ...
Lesson learnt from Rs 200-cr Auli wedding: Chamoli finds unique way to fight plastic waste
The project will finally help the city find a smar...
Auli wedding row: NRI Gupta brothers fined Rs 2.5 lakh for open defecation, littering
The municipality has collected 321 quintals of garbage so far from the marriage site.
Government officials reassess ski resort for environmental damage after Rs 200-cr Auli wedding left behind 24K kg dump
The Uttarkhand High Court had ordered Chamoli district administration to keep an eye on the resort's condition during the wedding.
Rs 200-cr Auli wedding leaves behind 24K kg dump: Nainital HC to decide fate of Rs 3 cr deposit by Guptas
The court had ordered the Guptas to deposited a security amount of Rs 3 cr to Chamoli administration.
Hill station turns dumping ground: 4,000 kg of garbage left behind after Rs 200-cr Auli wedding of Guptas
A PIL was filed stating environmental concerns due to the extensive wedding preparations.
Gupta family case: Bank of Baroda says will cooperate with South Africa in investigations
Guptas, who were considered close to former President Zuma, had accounts with BoB, which has got permission to close down its operations in South Africa,
Zuma crisis: police raid India-born Gupta family's home
The Gupta family's alleged improper links with President Zuma is one of the reasons the latter is now under pressure to step down.
Bank of Baroda gets reprieve in South Africa, but still faces criminal plaint
A consortium called the Organized Crime and Corruption Project has prepared a report alleging the bank helped the Gupta family launder money out of the country.
Bank of Baroda cries foul as cash frozen in South Africa
The bank argued that the 30 million-rand ($2.5 million) preservation order was wrong because the money due to clients had already been withdrawn.
Jacob Zuma quits, ending scandal-plagued term as South African president
Zuma said he disagreed with the way the ANC had shoved him towards an early exit after the election of Cyril Ramaphosa as party president in December, but would accept its orders.
Leaked mails of South African Gupta family talk of selling arms company Denel to Adani
The Gupta family controls the South African Sahara Group which has been under the scanner for its close relations with the President Jacob Zuma regime.
Bank of Baroda is said to be probed in South Africa over Guptas
The Guptas had their accounts closed by South Africa’s four biggest banks last year because the lenders were concerned they would fall foul of regulations aimed at combating money laundering.
Liberty’s Sanjeev Gupta bets on stressed assets to make local debut
He runs a swathe of privately held companies including global industrial, metals, engineering and finance group Liberty House, besides SIMEC and Wyelands Bank.
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