UK court denies bail to Nirav Modi



Judge said there was substantial ground to believe Nirav Modi will fail to surrender. His attempt to try and seek citizenship of Vanuatu shows he was trying to move away from India at an important time



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Nirav Modi to seek bail again at UK court hearing



Friday’s hearing is expected to be presided over by Chief Magistrate Emma Arbuthnot, the same judge who had ordered the extradition of former Kingfisher Airlines boss Vijay Mallya last December.



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Nirav Modi's paintings auctioned for Rs 59.37 crore



As many as 68 artworks went under the hammer on Tuesday evening and included works by the greats like Raja Ravi Varma, V S Gaitonde, F N Souza, Jogen Chowdhury, and Akbar Padamsee among others.



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Nirav Modi's paintings auctioned for Rs 59.37 crore



As many as 68 artworks went under the hammer on Tuesday evening and included works by the greats like Raja Ravi Varma, V S Gaitonde, F N Souza, Jogen Chowdhury, and Akbar Padamsee among others.



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Why it will be difficult to prove Kochhar's 'guilt'



Regulators and investigators around the world have access to sophisticated tools making it possible to detect white collar crimes. This is where Indian investigators and regulators have been found wanting, says Sudipto Dey.



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Lessons India Inc can learn from Kochhargate



Banking is a boring business but still the banker should enjoy it as fancy awards and cozy relationships with politicians, Bollywood stars and corporate honchos cannot save them if the job is not done properly.



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Alas, Kochhar is NOT kosher



‘I am not surprised that hubris brought Chanda Kochhar down. It would appear that as a person she thought she could do no wrong and as a leader she considered herself above what her company demanded of others in terms of financial probity and honesty. That, my friends, is NOT a good way for a leader to feel,’ says S Muraleedharan, former managing director, BNP Paribas.



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Unique 'punishment' for 2G accused



High court orders Swan Telecom’s promoter Shahid Balwa, the director of Kusegaon Fruits and Vegetables, Rajeev Agarwal, and three firms, namely Dynamic Realty, DB Realty, and Nihar Constructions to plant 3,000 trees each in the Delhi’s South Ridge forest area.



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