Surjewala pointed out that it has now come out that the e-commerce giant spent Rs 8,546 crore in 'legal fees', whereas India's Law Ministry's annual budget is only Rs 1,100 crore
Lori Loughlin, 56, was ordered to pay a $150,000 fine and, serve 100 hours of community service.
Mossimo Giannulli gets five months in college bribery scam; wife Lori Loughlin to be sentenced later
The celebrity couple are among nearly 30 prominent parents to plead guilty for participating in a college bribery scheme that has laid bare the lengths to which some wealthy parents will go to get their kids into elite universities
The Bombay High Court on Tuesday refused to grant pre-arrest bail to DHFL promoters Dheeraj Wadhawan and Kapil Wadhawan in a money laundering case of Yes Bank being probed by the Enforcement Directorate
As the CBI custody of the Wadhawan brothers ended on Sunday, they were presented before the court, which sent them to judicial custody
After sacking errant income tax officers, the government on Tuesday dismissed from service 15 senior customs and central excise officials, including one of the ranks of principal commissioner, on charges of corruption and bribery
Rakesh Asthana bribery case: Delhi HC reserves order on CBI plea seeking more time to complete investigation
CBI told the Delhi High Court that it was asking for more time to complete the investigation in a bribery case involving Rakesh Asthana so as to conduct a fair and transparent probe
Uber is set to price its $10 billion IPO on 9 May, seeking a valuation of up to $90 billion
Lok Sabha Election 2019: BJP guilty of unleashing I-T raids on political rivals, but money-hoarders not absolved of guilt either
The 2019 Lok Sabha election will be remembered for what look like indiscriminate raids on the ruling party's political enemies and seizures of huge amounts of cash from them.
Cash-for-votes reality of Tamil Nadu politics: Well-oiled system makes curbing cash handouts near-impossible for EC
Cash distribution is no new phenomenon in Tamil Nadu, where voters now expect money exchange for their ballot for a particular party or candidate.
BS Yeddyurappa calls Congress' bribe charge 'nonsense', Ravi Shankar Prasad says party is spinning 'web of lies'
Yeddyurappa took to Twitter and called the Congress' accusations "absolute nonsense, disgusting and desperate." In his tweet, he further urged the Congress to either prove their claim or face a case of defamation.
Election Commission forms panel to crack down on black money use during polls; CBDT, ED heads part of team
The Election Commission has formed a committee to check the use of black money in the polls. The team will include the heads of the CBDT, Enforcement Directorate and other financial authorities.
Benjamin Netanyahu indicted on bribery, breach of trust and fraud by Israeli attorney general Avichai Mandelblit
Benjamin Netanyahu was indicted for bribery, breach of trust and fraud, media reports said Thursday ahead of a widely expected announcement.
El Chapo bribed Interpol and Mexican authorities to keep drugs flowing, says drug lord's former ally Jesus Zambada
Jesus Zambada, brother of the cartel's co-head, the still-at-large Ismael Zambada, detailed the eye-watering costs of protecting cocaine shipments that originated in Colombia and travelled to the US via Mexico — with payments amounting to $300,000 per month in Mexico City alone.
SC likely to hear Rakesh Asthana's plea today challenging divestment from duties, seeking removal of CBI chief Alok Verma
Rakesh Asthana and CBI chief Alok Verma, the agency's two most senior functionaries, have been embroiled in an unprecedented feud, each accusing the other of corruption and of having accepted bribes.
Joint Director Rakesh Asthana has alleged that the name of a senior railway official, who is the fulcrum of the conspiracy, was omitted with the approval of CBI Director Alok Verma in the Lalu Yadav-BNR Hotel FIR
Walmart's reaction comes after the Delhi High Court on Tuesday set aside the Central Vigilance Commission's enquiry into bribery allegations against Walmart's Indian arm.
Newly elevated Supreme Court judge Indira Banerjee says attempt was made to influence her in Hotel Royal Plaza case
Newly elevated Supreme Court judge Indira Banerjee said someone had tried to influence her in a case related to Hotel Royal Plaza.
Centre says amended anti-corruption law will rein in graft, but bureaucrats and activists claim legal provisions weakened
The Centre is seeking to project the passage of the Prevention of Corruption (Amendment) Act as a major step in its fight against corruption.
Former Chinese Communist Party official, once tipped as potential successor to Xi Jinping, jailed for life for accepting bribes
A former Chinese Communist Party official who was once tipped as a potential successor to President Xi Jinping was sentenced to life in prison for bribery on Tuesday, the latest senior cadre to fall in Xi's sweeping anti-corruption crusade.