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ED arrests Ambience group promoter Raj Singh Gehlot in Rs 800 crore bank loan fraud case

The case against Gehlot is based on a 2019 FIR by Jammu's anti-corruption bureau for alleged money laundering in the construction of 5-star Leela Ambience Convention Hotel in Delhi.
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ED conducts searches at premises of Videocon group, promoters in money laundering case

The probe is linked to alleged siphoning of bank loan funds in connection with the financing of the oil and gas assets of the business house in Mozambique, official sources said.
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ED attaches assets worth Rs 4.20 crore of Anil Deshmukh, family in money laundering case

The NCP leader has skipped at least three ED summonses for questioning in this case. His son Hrishikesh and wife too refused to depose despite being summoned by the federal agency.
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ED summons ex-Mumbai Police chief Param Bir Singh for questioning in money laundering case

The summons has been issued in a case related to Singh's allegation of a Rs 100 crore bribery racket in Mumbai police that involves former state home minister Anil Deshmukh.

‘Political conspiracy to target me’ — NCP’s Eknath Khadse on Pune land deal probe

While appearing before the ED, Khadse alleged that the inquiry against him was started because he quit the BJP to join NCP. His son-in-law was arrested by the agency Wednesday.
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Delhi HC grants interim protection to NewsClick founder, editor in foreign funding case

Newsclick Studio is accused of receiving Foreign Direct Investment of Rs 9.59 crore from Worldwide Media Holdings LLC USA during the financial year 2018-19.

PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti’s mother summoned by ED for questioning in money laundering case

The notice came hours after Mufti's Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) decided not to meet the Delimitation Commission as the body lacks 'constitutional and legal mandate'.
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ED arrests Delhi based freelance journalist in connection with money laundering probe

The agency said its probe found journalist Rajiv Sharma had supplied confidential and sensitive information to Chinese intelligence officers in exchange for remuneration.
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ED conducts searches in Delhi, UP in alleged religious conversion and money laundering case

ED on Saturday conducted raids in a recent case of alleged conversion of deaf students and poor people to Islam in UP with purported funding from abroad, official sources said.
Former Maharashtra home minister Anil Deshmukh

Fresh ED summons for ex Maharashtra home minister Anil Deshmukh in money laundering case

In his last communication to the agency, Deshmukh had cited his "vulnerability" to Covid-19 as the reason for skipping two earlier summons.

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A badly damaged vehicle outside a supermarket following rioting in the Soweto district of Johannesburg, on 15 July 2021 | Photo: Waldo Swiegers | Bloomberg

South Africa unrest is worst since apartheid, confronts the failing state with hard choices

South Africa can’t succeed unless Ramaphosa & his successors revive the economy. He’ll need to convince South Africans burnt by years of corruption that days of 'state capture' are over.
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Beauty & fashion startup Nykaa plans to seek $4 billion valuation in IPO

The company, founded by Falguni Nayar, plans to sell just more than 10% of the equity, which could raise $400 million or more.


Senior US commander meets Army Chief Naravane, holds talks on issues of ‘mutual interest’

General MM Naravane and Commander of US Special Operations Command General Richard D Clarke, who is on a 3-day India visit, also briefly discussed the situation in Afghanistan.
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Like them or not, Taliban are a reality. India can deal with them if BJP resets its politics

Befriending the Taliban is possible, and pragmatic. It’s just that it calls for a big reset in the BJP’s domestic politics — a formula that goes beyond polarisation.