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British Home Minister approves the extradition of fugitive Indian businessman Nirav Modi: CBI

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

Nirav Modi’s sister Purvi and her husband turn approver in the PNB scam case. Details

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

ED auctions Nirav Modi’s luxury cars, paintings and watches, fetches Rs 53.45 crores

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.

Fugitive Businessman Nirav Modi’s luxury assets and paintings to be auctioned by ED through Mumbai-based auction house

Nirav Modi's luxury assets to be auctioned by ED through Mumbai-based auction house Saffronart

Fugitive Nirav Modi threatens to ‘kill himself’ if extradited to India

Nirav Modi's lawyer Keith claimed that the accused has been beaten up twice in Wandsworth prison in April and most recently on Tuesday. 

Fugitive Nirav Modi and Vijay Mallya’s extradition pushed to next year, both trials in the UK pushed to 2020

Nirav Modi and Vijaya Mallya are amongst the several high-value Indian extradition requests

PNB Scam: Singapore High Court orders attachment of properties of fugitive Nirav Modi worth Rs 44 crore

The Singapore High Court ordered the freezing of balance of $ 6.122 million (Rs.44 crores) crore in the bank account maintained in Singapore by Pavilion Point Corporation, British Virgin Island, a company beneficially owned by Mayank Mehta and Purvi Modi brother-in-law and sister of Nirav Modi.

Nirav Modi’s 4 bank accounts having cumulative funds of USD 6 million frozen by Swiss authorities

So far Nirav Modi has tried to get bail four times, but have been unsuccessful in each of them

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