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Billionaire diamantaire Nirav Modi is wanted for fraud and money laundering in the Rs 14,000-crore Punjab National Bank scam
‘His opinion less than objective and reliable, his conduct questionable’, says UK court about justice Markandey Katju in Nirav Modi extradition order
The UK Court rejected Justice Katju's argument that Nirav Modi will not get fair trial in India, and exposed his hypocrisy
‘Barrack 12 at Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai is fit for Nirav Modi’: UK court approves extradition to India
"Barrack 12 at Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai is fit for Nirav Modi," said the UK judge while ordering his extradition
Purvi, a Belgian national, is an accused in the case registered by the Enforcement Directorate, while Nirav Modi is the prime accused in a $2 billion bank fraud at state-owned PNB.
Nirav Modi made a ‘scapegoat’, will not get a fair trial in India: Former SC judge Markandey Katju defends the bank scam accused in...
Katju claimed that Nirav Modi was being made a "scapegoat" for India’s economic collapse like Jews were blamed by Nazi Germans
Retired SC judge Markandey Katju to depose in favour of Nirav Modi in UK court, says he is being made a ‘scapegoat’ by BJP...
Katju has stated that the Indian judiciary is subservient to the BJP government and the government wants to make Nirav Modi a 'scapegoat' to hide their own failures.
The counsel of Nirav Modi had demanded the UK court for placing curbs on media reporting of the case or mandating secret hearing saying that Congress leader Abhay Thipsay had to bear the brunt of criticism the last time in May
ED recovers diamonds, pearls and other valuables worth Rs 1350 crore belonging to fugitives Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi from Hong Kong
Enforcement Directorate has brought back 108 consignments of various overseas entities belonging to Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi.
Retired Bombay High Court judge and Congress leader Abhay Thipsay on Wednesday defended fugitive businessman Nirav Modi in a London court via video conference
The auction conducted by Saffronart was a complete success, raising Rs 53.45 crore for the enforcement directorate (ED). It is the first time a professional auction house had been appointed by the ED to conduct an auction of seized assets in the country.