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China counters Taiwan's abduction charge, claims those detained in Kenya are fraudsters

Apr 13, 2016

China counters Taiwan's abduction charge, claims those detained in Kenya are fraudsters

China considers Taiwan a province of its own even though the territory has ruled itself since 1949 following a civil war split. #China #NewsTracker #Fraud #Taiwan #Kenya #Xi Jinping #Zhang Zhijun
Vijay Mallya case: ED writes to banks, probe agencies in a bid to prepare water tight case

Mar 14, 2016

Vijay Mallya case: ED writes to banks, probe agencies in a bid to prepare water tight case

Enforcement Directorate (ED) has written to 17 banks and a clutch of probe agencies with an aim to prepare a water tight case against liquor baron Vijay Mallya who is being probed for money laundering charges in the IDBI bank alleged loan fraud case. #Enforcement Directorate #NewsTracker #Vijay Mallya #Fraud #ED #loans #IDBI #Bad Debts
Japan arrests reported North Korean spy for alleged fraud

Feb 03, 2016

Japan arrests reported North Korean spy for alleged fraud

Japanese police today said its special unit that deals with alleged espionage arrested an ethnic Korean resident on suspicion of fraud — as local media reported he was acting as a spy for North Korea. #Japan #NewsTracker #Fraud #North Korea #spy #Espionage #Pyongyang #South Koran
Seeing is believing? Amid fears of fraud, US colleges now vet applicants from China by video interview

Jan 29, 2016

Seeing is believing? Amid fears of fraud, US colleges now vet applicants from China by video interview

American colleges sorting through a record number of applications from China are increasingly turning to video interviewing services to assess students' language skills, get a feel for their personality — and weed out fraudsters. #China #US #NewsTracker #Fraud #California #Plagiarism #University of Massachusetts #Georgia Tech #video interviewing service #SAT Exams #InitialView #Wellesley College #Illuminate Consulting Group #University of Oregon
Posing as bank executive, Bengaluru woman who cheated locals nabbed in Delhi

Dec 18, 2015

Posing as bank executive, Bengaluru woman who cheated locals nabbed in Delhi

Vishalakshi Bhat, a 42-year-old woman, who posed as a senior executive of a private bank and offered interest rates of five per cent per month on large deposits and scooted with the money, has been arrested in Delhi by the Bengaluru police, The Indian Express reports #Delhi #NewsTracker #bank #Bengaluru #Fraud #Vishalakshi Bhat
Bank of Baroda fraud: RBI's Rajan says guilty will have to pay the price

Oct 16, 2015

Bank of Baroda fraud: RBI's Rajan says guilty will have to pay the price

RBI governor says the multicrore fraud will be pursued both by the monetary authority and investigative agencies #Bank of Baroda #Fraud #BoB #guilty #RBI governor Raghuram Rajan
Bank of Baroda fraud will be pursued to ultimate conclusion: Raghuram Rajan

Oct 15, 2015

Bank of Baroda fraud will be pursued to ultimate conclusion: Raghuram Rajan

Expressing concern over illegal Rs 6,000 crore transfer of funds through a Bank of Baroda branch, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan on Thursday said it will be pursued both by the central bank and investigative agencies to the "ultimate conclusion" to ensure that the guilty are made to "pay the price" for it. #Economy #Business #RBI #Raghuram Rajan #Bank of Baroda #Fraud #Illegal Funds Transfer
BoB shares plunge nearly 8% as CBI to probe Rs 6,000 cr illegal remittances

Oct 12, 2015

BoB shares plunge nearly 8% as CBI to probe Rs 6,000 cr illegal remittances

CBI teams had on Saturday carried out searches in connection with the alleged Rs 6,000 crore remittances #BSE #Bank of Baroda #Fraud #Stock #Remittances #BoB #Foreign exchange #BoB executive director B B Joshi
Royally bizarre: Chinese farmer pretended to be princess to commit fraud

Sep 09, 2015

Royally bizarre: Chinese farmer pretended to be princess to commit fraud

A farmer who pretended to be a princess descended from the Qing dynasty to swindle people out of more than 2 million yuan ($315,000) has been sentenced to 13 and a half years in prison for fraud, a court said. #China #didyouknow #Fraud #Shareworthy #Qing Dynasty #Princes Changping #Lianhu District Court #Shaanxi province #Wang Fengying
Over 100 Indian migrants duped, abandoned and left to starve in Uganda

Aug 13, 2015

Over 100 Indian migrants duped, abandoned and left to starve in Uganda

Over 100 Indians have been left on the verge of starvation after being duped by two agents who brought them to Uganda from India on the pretext of getting jobs in South Africa, media reports said. #NewsTracker #Fraud #Uganda #indian migrants