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Sep 24, 2019
ED files money laundering case against Sharad Pawar, nephew Ajit in Maharashtra Co-op bank scamThe ED has filed a money laundering case against Sharad Pawar, his nephew Ajitand others in connection with the Maharashtra State Cooperative Bank scam case.
Sep 02, 2019
SC refuses to quash probe against Ajit Pawar, 70 others alleged in Maharashtra State Cooperative Bank scamThe SC refused to interfere with the Bombay HC's direction for the police to register an FIR against Ajit Pawar and 70 others in the Maharashtra Co-op bank scam, saying the investigation cannot be stopped.
Aug 27, 2019
Day after registering FIR against Ajit Pawar, others, Mumbai Police forms SIT to investigate Maharashtra co-operative bank scamSurinder Arora, an activist, had filed a complaint against Ajit Pawar and others with the EOW in 2015 in connection with the MSCB scam
Aug 23, 2019
Bombay HC directs Mumbai Police to file FIR against NCP leader Ajit Pawar, 70 others in MSCB scam caseThe Bombay HC directed Mumbai Police's Economic Offences Wing to register an FIR against NCP leader Ajit Pawar and over 70 others in the MSCB scam case.
May 16, 2019
Maharashtra State Co-operative Bank eyes to expand borrower profile; plans to enter infrastructure, retail lendingThe bank continues to be under a Reserve Bank of India-appointed administrator, after its elected board was alleged to have mismanaged the bank.
Feb 20, 2018
PNB scam: RBI's role as banking watchdog far from impressive as swindles keep happening under its noseThe RBI is the central bank, and irrespective of the kind of bank it has to ring the warning bell by giving out timely disclosures.
Oct 25, 2017
Maharashtra loan waiver scheme: Fearing delayed reimbursement, banks wary of using own capitalLearning a lesson from the farm loan waiver scheme in 2008, wherein the banks had to wait for three years before they were given back their capital used for the debt write-off, the public sector and private lenders are treading cautiously this time.