With just 10 detectives under his leadership and in about three weeks' time, Senior Superintendent of Police of Uttar Pradesh's Special Task Force Amit Pathak cracked an online digital racket that swindled 600,000 people and is now worth Rs 3,700 crore and counting. Anubhav Mittal, centre, known for his flashy lifestyle, was arrested by the UP STF, as the kingpin of the Rs 3,700 crore online ponzi scam; Photograph: PTI Call it 'digital marketing', or 'get-paid-for-likes' scam, the fact is ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Sunday registered a case under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) in the Rs 3,700-crore online fraud, in which nearly 7 lakh people were duped. The agency has registered a case on the basis of an FIR registered ...DNA, 2 weeks ago
Even as the investigation into the Rs 3,700 crore online trading fraud in Noida throws up international links, and agencies including the Income Tax (I-T) department get involved, the police seem to be in no hurry to begin a probe in to a similar complaint ...DNA, 2 weeks ago
Three persons, including the great grandson of the victim, have been arrested and a juvenile apprehended in connection with the murder of a 75-year-old woman in east Delhi's Trilokpuri area, police said today. Deepak, the great grandson of the victim, Harish ...Business Standard, 3 weeks ago
A state-of-the art swimming pool of olympics standard has come up on the campus of St Aloysius College here. The pool, built at an estimated cost of Rs 8.25 crore, promises to offer a different experience with the college authorities giving due importance to ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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