Antiques owned by Nirav Modi likely to go under hammer: Nirav used PNB money to buy personal assets, claims court-appointed trustee
At least, twenty-two antique statues, mostly from the 3rd Century Gandhara period owned by fugitive diamond merchant Nirav Modi, is likely to go under the hammer in the ongoing bankruptcy proceeding in the US court. These statues, that have substantial value in the international market, were brought from Christie's Auction House in March 2010 and recovered from Firestar Diamond office in New York.
PNB fraud: Enforcement Directorate summons Nirav Modi's family members as agency readies its first chargesheet
ED has issued summons to absconding Nirav Modi's father Deepak Modi, sister Purvi Mehta and her husband Mayank Mehta as part of its probe in PNB fraud
PNB Scam Exclusive: Nirav Modi, Mehul Choksi siphoned off crores to Belgium, but getting details may take 3-4 years
According to sources, Nirav Modi who defrauded Punjab National Bank (PNB) of over Rs 12,000 crore, siphoned off a major chunk of the ill-gotten money into two Belgium-based companies — Nirav Modi Limited (formed on 11 October, 2017) and Nirav Modi Jewels BVBA (formed in 2013)
India March for Science: Thousands throng the streets seeking better fund for research infrastructure
Thousands of scientists from India’s premier research institutions and colleges are taking to the streets in 25 cities across the country to demand the development of science