Junior member of Indian support staff accused of 'inappropriate behaviour' in West Indies tour; BCCI dismisses as case of 'mistaken identity'
A junior member of the Indian cricket team's support staff was accused of "inappropriate behaviour" by a female hotel employee in Antigua, an incident dismissed as a "case of mistaken identity" by the BCCI but mentioned in the then administrative manager's communication with the Board.
Antigua to revoke Mehul Choksi's citizenship: PM of Caribbean nation says he will be extradited to India after exhausting all legal options
Antigua and Barbuda has agreed to revoke the citizenship of economic offender Mehul Choksi, who is accused in the PNB scam along with nephew Nirav Modi.
PNB fraud case: Interpol issues Red Corner Notice against absconding jeweller Mehul Choksi on request of CBI
Once a red corner notice is issued against a fugitive, Interpol asks its 192 member countries to arrest or detain the person if spotted in their countries after which extradition or deportation proceedings can begin
PNB fraud: Antigua and Barbuda government to examine India's extradition request for Mehul Choksi this week
Antigua has assured India that its law enforcement agencies are observing Choksi's movements.
PNB fraud: MEA keen on extraditing Mehul Choksi and Nirav Modi, awaits response from authorities in Antigua, UK
Choksi and Modi are wanted in India for allegedly defrauding the Punjab National Bank (PNB) of roughly Rs 14,000 crore. The duo reportedly worked with PNB staffers to pull-off the scam.
PNB fraud: Antigua could extradite Gitanjali Gems boss Mehul Choksi to India under Commonwealth laws
On 5 August, India handed Antigua a request for Choksi's extradition, who is wanted in India in connection with the $2 billion Punjab National Bank (PNB) scam.
Mehul Choksi had fled India on 4 January this year and took oath of allegiance in Antigua on 15 January 2018.
MEA reacts to Antigua's statement on Mehul Choksi’s citizenship, says police clearance was given as per ‘extant instruction’
In response to queries after the Antigua said that citizenship was granted to Choksi after it received a PCC from the Mumbai passport office, MEA said the PCC was issued on the basis of a clear police verification report (PVR) available on his passport.
PNB fraud: Antigua confirms Mehul Choksi's presence in Caribbean country; CBI to move extradition request soon
CBI is likely to move an extradition request for Choksi through External Affairs Ministry and may not wait for a Red Corner Notice as application is still pending with Interpol
Mehul Choksi flees to Antigua: UK firm behind Caribbean nation's citizenship-by-investment plan tied to Cambridge Analytica parent
London-based Henley & Partners claims that the concept of the residency and citizenship-by-investment scheme was created by it in the 1990s.
PNB fraud: External affairs ministry asked Antigua and Barbuda to restrict Mehul Choksi's movements by land, sea and air
India was in touch with the island nation following reports of Choksi's presence there and requested the authorities there to restrict his movements by land, sea and air.
Punjab National Bank fraud: Mehul Choksi plays cat and mouse with agencies; probably left Antigua and Barbuda
Apart from Mehul Choksi, 28 Indians have applied for citizenship of Antigua and Barbuda since 2014
PNB fraud: Fugitive jeweller Mehul Choksi confirms he received Antigua and Barbuda's citizenship via investment plan
Gitanjali Gems boss Mehul Choksi also said that his application was motivated by a desire to expand his business in the region
Puerto Rico remained in the throes of chaos and devastation Thursday as the remnants of Hurricane Maria continued to dump rain on the island — up to three feet in some areas
Hurricane Maria kills 15 people in Dominica, leaves small Caribbean island without water and electricity
Hurricane Maria left more than 15 people dead in hard-hit Dominica, the small Caribbean island's prime minister Roosevelt Skerrit announced on Thursday.
Antigua and Barbuda PM Gaston Browne has said the problems plaguing West Indies cannot be attributed exclusively to governance, and added that "immediate dissolution" of the WICB would lead to "further chaos and confusion"