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Delhi police hold 5 for stealing, selling 'secret papers' from Petroleum Ministry

Feb 20, 2015

Delhi police hold 5 for stealing, selling 'secret papers' from Petroleum Ministry

Two Petroleum Ministry employees are among five persons arrested for allegedly leaking confidential government documents to private companies, Delhi Police said today. #BreakingNow #Petroleum Ministry #Delhi Police #Dharmendra Pradhan #Official Secrets Act #BS Bassi
Swiss prosecutor orders money laundering probe, search of HSBC offices

Feb 18, 2015

Swiss prosecutor orders money laundering probe, search of HSBC offices

Investigators launched a search on Wednesday of British banking giant HSBC's Geneva offices as part of a money laundering probe following allegations the bank helped clients evade millions of dollars in taxes, Swiss prosecutors said. #BreakingNow #NewsTracker #Switzerland #HSBC #Olivier Jornot #Herve Falciani #SwissLeaks
Embezzlement case: Supreme Case stays arrest for Teesta Setalvad till tomorrow

Feb 12, 2015

Embezzlement case: Supreme Case stays arrest for Teesta Setalvad till tomorrow

In a temporary relief to activist Teesta Setalvad, the Supreme Court has restrained the police from arresting her till tomorrow. #BreakingNow #Narendra Modi #Supreme Court #SC #Gujarat Riots #Teesta Setalvad #Gujarat HC #Javed Anand #Communalism Combat
Volunteer group claims money laundering by AAP, party says open to probe

Feb 03, 2015

Volunteer group claims money laundering by AAP, party says open to probe

The atmosphere in Delhi, ahead of the 7-February polls, just got more intense with a group of former AAP activists who call themselves the AAP Volunteer Action Manch (AVAM) alleging that the party was indulging in money laundering. #BreakingNow #Money laundering #Arvind Kejriwal #AAP #AAP funding #AVAM #AAP Volunteer Action Manch #Atish Marlena
Marten Pieters steps down as Vodafone India CEO, COO Sunil Sood to take over

Jan 22, 2015

Marten Pieters steps down as Vodafone India CEO, COO Sunil Sood to take over

Marten Pieters, the Vodafone India Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, will be stepping down from his post on 1 April, 2015 and will be succeeded by Sunil Sood, the current chief operating officer of the telecom major. #BreakingNow #telecom #Vodafone #Marten Pieters #Sunil Sood
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