Thursday 20 September 2018

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Probe into beach cleaning will expose Rohan, I’m clean: Parulekar

Tourism minister Dilip Parulekar has lauded Rohan Khaunte for showing courage in filing a complaint regarding the beach cleaning tender, which he said is a clean process and the probe would prove it. READ

Rohan to Lokayukta: Parulekar got kickback in beach cleaning; Parrikar a ‘witness’

The newly appointed Lokayukta of Goa got a first case of corruption today, involving tourism minister Dilip Parulekar in an alleged multi-crore beach cleaning scam. READ

Non-bailable warrant for Mallya; but getting him won't end banks’ ordeal

The Rs 9,000 crore Kingfisher-Vijay Mallya saga is a tough riddle to solve for 17 large banks (that lent money to the airline), the investigating agencies and the Narendra Modi-government, especially given that the return ... READ

Is Vijay Mallya a Lalit Modi in the making?

If Vijay Mallya doesn’t fall in line within a week’s time and explain his intent to return home and pay up banks, he will officially become a an outlaw staying in a foreign country without ... READ

Panama: Big B, Aishwarya deny charges of offshore Cos

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, named in what has been dubbed the Panama Papers - a massive leak of tax documents on offshore companies and accounts of the rich and the powerful - said today that his ... READ

Modi appoints group of agencies to monitor unlawful A/cs held abroad

Government today declared that action will be taken against "unlawful" accounts held abroad by Indians and constituted a multi-agency group to continuously monitor information in the wake of Panama Papers that named 500 people including ... READ

Anil Salgaocar’s 11 firms and Garware Goa Nets figure in Panama papers

Indian Express has released the first list of Indians figuring in Panama papers, which include late Anil Salgaocar, one of the leading miners of Goa as well as Garware family’s Goa firm Garware Goa Nets. ... READ

All you need to know about Panama papers and Indians on the list

The Panama Papers leak is considered to be the largest among all the leaks that took place in the Journalism world. READ

Tax haven foreign links of 500 Indians exposed: Big B, Aiswharya, Adani, Mirchi...

Biggest leak of over 11 million documents of Panama law firm features over 500 Indians linked to offshore firms, finds 8-month investigation by a team of The Indian Express led by Ritu Sarin, Executive Editor ... READ

So, this is what Vijay Mallya's Goa home looks like...

Lawns as far as the eye can see, a few swimming pools, a dance floor-cum-helipad--no biggie! READ