PNB won't be able to recover money from Nirav Modi, Mehul Choksi; fraudsters acted like mafia, used global network to stash jewels
The entire conspiracy was hatched by Nirav Modi and his team involving not more than 25 people, who communicated through Whatsapp and a private server
Sterling Biotech fraud case: Rift between probe agencies, banks wide open; company promoters tried to stall SEBI investigation
In 2007, Sterling Biotech and SIEL were under the lens of SEBI in connection with the dealings in the shares for the period from 18 August 2005 to 27 September 2005.
Faced with resistance in disclosures by those named in the Panama Papers, the Income Tax department has made foreign references to about a dozen countries in order to obtain actionable evidence against such Indian entities.