As the probe into the PNB scam gets deeper, the Central Bureau of Investigation is now focusing mainly on the modus operandi.
New Delhi: The Supreme Court today refused to interfere with the probe into the PNB scam and said that it would let the government do its job. The court took note of the fact that multiple agencies were already probing the case and hence any interference at this stage would not be mandated or even right.
The snub to visiting Canadian PM Justin Trudeau snub is being widely reported in media outlets. The Canadian Prime Minister, who is in India on a seven day visit was not received by Prime Minister Narendra Modi which set off speculation whether India was upset with Canada on the manner in which the Khalistan issue was being handled.
New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation which took over the probe into the Rotomac case says that a consortium of 7 banks had been cheated.
New Delhi: Pakistan finds itself in a deep spot of bother. It has a lot at stake in the ongoing Financial Action Task Force meeting that is going on at Paris. The meeting that commenced on Sunday will take up a crucial resolution of the United States which seeks to place Pakistan on the terror watch list.
New Delhi: The latest data shows that India has extradited 62 persons between 2002 and 2016 of which 17 are in connection with economic offences.
New Delhi: Ariz Khan, the top Indian Mujahideen operative arrested by the Delhi police has spilt out details on the Batla House encounter that took place in 2008. During the initial rounds of questioning by both the Special Cell of the Delhi police and the Intelligence Bureau, he confessed that he along with his accomplices had taken shelter at the Batla House.
New Delhi: Two key arrests in two months have been made by the special cell of the Delhi police. While Abdul Subhan, the founding member of the Indian Mujahideen (IM) was arrested last month, today the Delhi police arrested Ariz Khan alias Junaid.
Following Junaid’s arrest on Indo-Nepal border, a team of the Intelligence Bureau and the police questioned him. He said that he had fled India for Nepal following the Batla House encounter. He further said that he was contacted by Subhan who wanted to bring in all the old cadres and revive the Indian Mujahideen.
New Delhi: The new dual strike technique adopted by terror groups in Kashmir is a new worry for the security agencies. It is a new tactic that has been adopted by the Jaish-e-Mohammad and Lashkar-e-Tayiba which has caused a great deal of damage.
The tactic was used recently when terrorists carried back to back attacks in quick succession at Sunjuwan and Srinagar. While the combing operations were on at Sunjuwan, terrorists carried out a strike in Srinagar.
New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation has arrested retired deputy general manager of the Punjab National Bank in connection with the Nirav Modi case.