Shah Rukh Khan, Anil Kapoor, Pooja Hedgde, Vivek Oberoi served notices for alleged involvement in QNet scam
Shah Rukh Khan and cricketer Yuvraj Singh were among the many who were served notices for their alleged involvement in the multi-crore QNet scam.
Mamata Banerjee's Kolkata dharna: Bid to detain Rajeev Kumar overtly political move to assert Centre's right, dismiss Didi's delusions
The history of the case bears significance in the present context as Mamata on Monday sat on dharna in Kolkata to protect Kumar who is suspected to have tinkered with evidence in the scam. Mamata, known for hitting streets and rabble-rousing for populist causes, seems to have reversed her politics in her constitutional role. She is seen as taking the side of the corrupt and protecting a few of her favourites at the expense of masses.
Police to continue questioning G Janardhana Reddy today; BJP leader spends Saturday night in crime branch waiting room
Police questioning of Karnataka mining baron and BJP leader G Janardhana Reddy, who was held by Bengaluru police until 2 am on Sunday morning, is likely to continue on Sunday.
The Great Indian NPA Mess: Banks, govt and industrialists worked together to kick bad loans can down the road
We now have one big problem which the Narendra Modi government is trying to postpone further by merging different public sector banks. The trouble is bringing two rotten eggs together is only going to lead to another rotten egg
Kevin Spacey-starrer Billionaire Boys Club to release in August despite sexual assault allegations against actor
The film starring Kevin Spacey, Ansel Elgort and Taron Egerton is about young wealthy men in Los Angeles who run a Ponzi scheme
Rahul Dravid, Saina Nehwal and Prakash Padukone have reportedly been duped of crores of rupees.
Gurmeet Ram Rahim convicted of rape: How Babas run Ponzi schemes with selfish politicians, foolish bhakts
In India, Baba-dom is like a ponzi scheme that thrives on the simple formula of everybody trying to benefit at the cost of others down the multi-level chain.
A 44-year-old Indian-American has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for duping over a 100 investors of $33 million through fraudulent schemes.
Despite the allegations, QNets Global CEO Trevor Kuna last week said the company has big plans for India
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is probing cases of Ponzi schemes in which over Rs 85,000 crore of over six crore investors are involved and it is assisting the Centre in framing a legislation to put a ban on such deposit-taking activities, agency Chief Anil Sinha said in New Delhi on Friday
Brett Lee was the brand ambassador for the Pearls Group in 2010, which is believed to have scammed 5.5 crore investors of their savings
Whether Sarada or Narada: TMC's corruption is not new knowledge and won't hugely affect outcome of this election
Even before the still unverified but widely believed to be authentic footage by Narada showing top Trinamool leaders, including some very senior ministers and MPs, accepting bundles of hard cash and talking indiscreetly about various deals and fixings, the Trinamool did not exactly enjoy a public perception of being an incorruptible party.
Rose Valley scam: ED files chargesheet against Gautam Kundu under Prevention of Money Laundering Act
In the chargesheet, ED has requested the court to allow it to confiscate properties worth Rs 332 crore which it has already seized in the Rose Valley case.
However, there is no comprehensive legal framework for all kinds of illicit money pooling schemes they are mostly governed by state-level laws.
Sinha quit IAS in 2008 when he was holding the rank of an additional secretary to the government of India and was on deputation as chairman and managing director with UTI Mutual Fund.
The case involves alleged collection of about Rs 45,000 crore from roughly 55 million investors across the country
The judicial custody of Trinamool Congress leader and former West Bengal minister Madan Mitra, was extended by a city court by another 14 days
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is soon expected to approach a special court in Kolkata seeking permission to auction Saradha Group's seized assets, valued at about Rs 1,000 crore, in an attempt to pay back duped investors.