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Apr 18, 2019
Down memory lane: How Yasin Merchant became India's first snooker professional... only to settle a vendettaEven though India was the site of snooker's origin, it was mainly seen as billiards' country. In snooker, however, Yasin Merchant is the man who shattered the glass ceiling.
Mar 28, 2017
Michael Ferreira gets bail in Rs 1,000-cr QNet scam: Here's how the Padma awardee got into troubleDespite the allegations, QNets Global CEO Trevor Kuna last week said the company has big plans for India
Oct 19, 2016
QNet scam: Former billiards champion Michael Ferreira, 3 others taken into custody by Hyderabad PoliceFormer world billiards champion Michael Ferreira and three others accused in a case of Rs 400-crore alleged fraud involving the multi-level-marketing company QNet have been taken into custody by Hyderabad Police and brought at Hyderabad from Mumbai.
Jan 22, 2014
QNet scam: Ferreira asked to appear before police by 27 JanFormer world Billiards champion Michael Ferreira was today directed by a sessions court to appear before Mumbai police by January 27 in connection with the Rs 425-crore scam allegedly executed by a multi-level marketing firm QNet.
Jan 22, 2014
QNet scam: Michael Ferreira seeks anticipatory bailFerreira has also challenged the lookout notice issued by the Mumbai Police against him on 2 January.
Jan 04, 2014
FIR against Michael Ferreira, 6 others for selling plot using forged documentsPolice is now preparing to issue a "lookout notice" against the former sportsperson.
Jan 02, 2014
Rs 425-cr QNet scam: Police issue lookout notice for Michael FerreiraFerreira had earlier said he would appear before the investigators as soon as he returns to India. He even defended the controversial company.
Dec 17, 2013
Rs 425-cr QNet scam: Michael Ferreira denies fraud chargeFormer world billiards champion Michael Ferreira, who was summoned by Mumbai Police in connection with the Rs 425-crore scam allegedly committed by multi-level marketing firm QNet, on Monday trashed the allegations against him of defrauding people.