An account in the name of Interstellar Technologies, a company registered in Port Louis in Mauritius and owned by Haschke and Gerosa, was allegedly used as a front to route the funds. As part of its investigation into the alleged money laundering ... Indian Express, 2 weeks ago
New Delhi, Apr 30 (PTI) CBI is unlikely to give clearance to AgustaWestland, facing alleged bribery charges, for taking part in 'Make in India' programme after the company made a request citing an Italian court order acquitting it on charges of ...Press Trust of India, 2 days ago VVIP chopper scam: CBI unlikely to give clearance to AgustaWestland Economic Times, 2 days ago CBI yet to establish money trail as VVIP chopper deal probe reaches final stages Times of India, 2 months ago
NEW DELHI: Even as an Italian court last year ruled that no bribe was paid to procure 12 VVIP choppers from AgustaWestland, Enforcement Directorate has found evidence which links the money to the cousins of former chief of Air Force S P Tyagi and ...Times of India, 2 weeks ago
NEW DELHI: The Enforcement Directorate has summoned two retired air force officers, including a former Air Marshal (equivalent to a Lt General in the Army), in connection with its investigations into the VVIP helicopter scam. The two officers are ...Times of India, 1 month ago Enforcement Directorate probes former air marshal in copter case Asian Age, 1 month ago Enforcement Directorate summons two foreign nationals Asian Age, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI: The Enforcement Directorate is expected to attach at least one apartment in south Delhi which was bought with funds from Christian Michel, a British middleman accused in the VVIP helicopter scam. Both ED and CBI are investigating the ...Times of India, 1 month ago
The CBI, probing the multi-crore Agusta-Westland helicopter deal case, is likely to use diplomatic channels for mounting pressure on countries for early execution of the agency’s pending judicial requests pertaining to the case there. The CBI sent judicial ...Asian Age, 2 months ago
The Enforcement Directorate is all set to attach fresh properties, worth Rs 70 crore, belonging to suspects, as part of its investigations into the multi-crore AgustaWestland helicopter deal case. Sources said, “The ED sleuths have identified four ...Asian Age, 2 months ago
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