ED arrests DHFL promoter Kapil Wadhawan in Iqbal Mirchi PMLA case
The case relates to Mirchi's Mumbai properties, which have been called as proceeds of crime by the ED. Three such properties were sold to Sunblink, the company linked to Wadhawan brothers Kapil and Dheeraj.
Stark difference between probable & actual proceeds of crime attached by ED gets Sanjay Singal bail
The Court has recorded the stark differen...
BPSL's ex chairman Sanjay Singal gets bail in money laundering case
While granting bail, the court recorded differences between details of th...
Have a search warrant for data? Google wants you to pay
Google’s fees range from $45 for a subpoena and $60 for a wiretap to $245 for a search warrant.
Insurance frauds: How data analytics and rigorous checks are trying to eliminate bogus claims
Bogus claims are as old as the industry itself. Despite insurers’ best efforts, fraudsters have been mostly ahead of them. But with the rise in data analytics and rigorous checks, the industry at last appears to be close to eliminating such malpractices.
Renault chairman says 'real desire' to make Nissan alliance work
Attempts to restore calm have recently been thwarted by Ghosn's dramatic flight from Japanese justice and a series of no-holds-barred allegations he has made from his refuge in Lebanon, including that he was the victim of a plot to oust him and that the alliance is now a "masquerade".
Extradition hearing begins for Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou in Canada
Canada's arrest of chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou, the daughter of Huawei's founder, in late 2018 at America's request enraged Beijing to the point it detained two Canadians in apparent retaliation.
How one family rode the housing boom to dizzying heights and now stands accused of a range of financial crimes
DHFL’s troubles started after a Cobrapost sting operation alleged in January that it had siphoned off money.
Japan orders tighter immigration procedures after Ghosn flees country
Japan ordered stricter immigration procedures on Sunday in response to the daring escape of ousted Nissan Motor Co boss Carlos Ghosn, the first official response to an episode that has rocked the nation's legal system.
Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou can be extradited to US, says Canada's attorney general
However Meng's lawyers maintain that she cannot be turned over to the United States, because in order for that to happen, her offense would have to meet a "double criminality" standard -- meaning it is a crime in both countries.
Religare fraud: Enforcement Directorate set to file chargesheet
Malvinder Singh and Shivinder Singh, ex promoters of REL were booked & arrested by the agency last year.
Where companies are under huge debt pressure you tend to see white collar crime: Samir Paranjpe, Grant Thornton
"I think it’s very clear that both small and large companies are equally impacted today. So we are seeing extreme cases where very large companies are being affected by fraud and companies with turnovers of as little as 300 million rupees are also being impacted," he said.
CBDT extends till Jan 31 deadline for compounding of I-T offences
The CBDT, while launching the scheme in September last year, had said that this "one-time measure" is being undertaken to mitigate unintended hardship to taxpayers in deserving cases and to reduce the pendency of existing prosecution cases before the courts.
Carlos Ghosn used our jets illegally in escape from Japan: Turkish company
MNG Jet said it had filed a criminal complaint over the incident, a day after Turkish police detained seven people, including four pilots, as part of an investigation into Ghosn's passage through Istanbul en route to Lebanon.
World Bank bans Chinese companies again for financial crimes
Temporarily bars many Chinese companies involved in infrastructure projects in Georgia
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