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Jan 19, 2020, 04.37 PM IST



CBI arrests sacked Income Tax Commissioner Sanjay Kumar Srivastava

CBI had raided Srivastava’s residence in August this year and claimed to have recovered jewellery worth Rs 2.47 crore, Rs 16.44 lakh in cash, watches approximately valued at Rs 10 lakh, over Rs 1.30 crore of bank deposits in the name of the former officer as well as his family members, incriminating documents related to two immovable assets and a bank locker.

CBI produces interceptions of alleged telephonic conversations involving retired HC Judge

A detailed charge sheet filed by CBI, in the infamo...

NCLAT seeks clarity from govt, agencies on JSW Steel immunity

ED had in October last year attached Bhushan Power and Steel’s Rs 4,025-crore w...

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  • The CBI has transferred 19 officers including two DIGs, 14 Superintendents of Police and three Additional SPs with "immediate effect", officials said on Thursday.

    The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) team, which is carrying out searches at eight locations, has also visited the residence of a high court judge.

    Modi allegedly made dummy partners majority stakeholders in Diamonds R US, Solar Exports and Stellar Diamonds, the sources said. Modi allegedly did not inform the PNB about the changes, and instead opened three new current accounts at the Surat Co-operative Bank showing the dummy directors as “majority stake holders.

    It is alleged that 51 entities, mostly owned by Chennai residents, allegedly remitted Rs 1,038 crore unaccounted black money to Hong Kong in connivance with unidentified officials of three state owned banks. CBI had received the information that 51 current accounts of 48 firms were opened in four branches of these banks "solely for effecting outward remittances" to the tune of Rs 1,038.34 crore.

    According to sources, Chanda Kochhar's flat in Mumbai, certain shares and investments have been attached by the investigating agency. Deepak Kochhar's business properties too were attached by the ED. The ED has registered a criminal case under the PMLA in 2019 against Chanda Kochhar, Deepak Kochhar, Venugopal Dhoot of Videocon Group and others.

    A special court has observed that CBI recommended closure of the Tatra-Vectra truck scandal case without even examining documents related to basic procurement rules and procedures.

    The Central Bureau of Investigation has raided offices of Amnesty International India in Bnagalore and New Delhi over alleged irregularities in foreign funding in connection with violation of Foreign Contribution Regulation Act. A year ago, the ED had raided two of its premises over alleged violation of India’s foreign exchange laws.

    A special CBI court in Lucknow has started examining former CBI joint director M Narayanan, who was the lead investigator in Babri Masjid demolition case.

    The mortgage lender's executive said bankers are not taking lending decisions because of this risk averseness syndrome, and warned it will hamper India's animal spirit unless there is a change. The comments come at a time when official estimates for FY20 project GDP growth hurtling to an 11-year low of 5 per cent. The government is also allaying fears in the face of greater actions by agencies like CBI, ED and SFIO.

    If renewed diplomatic efforts do not succeed in getting the Belgian authorities to consider either extraditing or deporting them, India may consider sharing evidence against the accused persons with them and ask that they be prosecuted in Belgium under that country’s money-laundering laws, a source said.

    The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) team conducted a raid at Amnesty International Group’s office in Bengaluru on November 15. Raid wa...

    According to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) case filed before a Ranchi special court, former deputy director R B Ram (now deceased) and the then KVIC executive Sunil Kumar allegedly entered into a criminal conspiracy with certain individuals and violated company procedures, including the General Financial Rules (GFR), and released payments to the tune of Rs 2.85 crore.

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