In a bid to improve India’s record in securing cooperation from foreign jurisdictions, the ministry of home affairs (MHA) has asked all investigation agencies to adhere to international agreements and laws, avoid trivial queries, not be vague, check “dual criminality”, and assurances such as death penalty, prison conditions and terms ...
MUMBAI: An independent director who serves on the board of a major insurance company and a bank recently received an offer to join the board of one of India’s largest infrastructure companies.
MUMBAI: The city economic offences wing (EOW) on Thursday arrested a 51-yearold director of a private firm for allegedly cheating UK national Don Ward, founder of London’s Comedy Store…
ED restrains former IL&FS executive Shahzaad Siraj Dalal from selling South Mumbai property – The Economic Times
MUMBAI: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has restrained Shahzaad Siraj Dalal – the man who took IL&FS overseas and led its ambitious private equity initiative – from selling his property in South Mumbai’s Babulnath area.
MUMBAI: In a reprieve to R Venkataramanan, managing trustee of Tata Trusts, the Bombay High Court has set aside the process issued against him by a metropolitan magistrate’s court
MUMBAI: The city economic offences wing (EOW) on Thursday arrested a 51-yearold director of a private firm for allegedly cheating UK national Don Ward, founder of London’s Comedy Store
In the publishing and design industry, Ronita Italia Dhanu is a well-known name. In a career spanning over two decades, she has edited several architecture magazines. Plus, her attractive
MUMBAI: A gang of Chinese fraudsters stole $18.6 million (Rs 130 crore) from the Indian arm of Italian company Tecnimont SpA by convincing local managers that the money was needed for an acquisition, in what could be one of the biggest cyber heists in the country.
Mumbai: Armed with a Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) court order declaring former liquor baron Vijay Mallya a fugitive economic offender (FEO), the Enforcement Directorate (ED)
In a second major setback for erstwhile liquor baron Vijay Mallya, the special court in Mumbai today declared has declared him a ‘Fugitive Economic Offender’, making him first businessman to be charged under the new anti fugitive law. This means now the government can initiate to confiscate his properties in ...