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About 10 results for "iqbal mirchi"

ED seeking information on Iqbal Mirchi assets from Britain

According to sources, the agency wants to obtain information on the finances, bank accounts and assets of Mirchi and his associates which are suspected to be created by him illegally in the UK through dubious ways like hawala, which indicates ... Asian Age, 2 weeks ago

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We don't hold any property on behalf of Dawood-Iqbal Memon's sons say

The two sons of Iqbal Memon say that they do not hold any property on behalf of Dawood Ibrahim. The two sons of the late Iqbal Memon, Asif and Junaid are now residents of Dubai and live with their mother Hajra Memon. Neither brother has ever met ...
 Oneindia1 month ago

Once Upon a Time inMumbai

Name: Godfathers of Crime, Face to Face with India's Most Wanted By Sheela Raval Publisher: Hachette India No of pages: 276 Price: Rs 399 When stories are told several times over, they become myths and legends and the truth often gets ...
 Yahoo! India1 week ago Book Review: Godfathers of Crime  Manorama Online1 month ago A 'criminal' career in journalism (Book Review)  India Online.in1 month ago A 'criminal' career in journalism  ProKerala.com1 month ago

ED MAY URGE UK TO EXPEDITE INFO-SHARING ON DAWOOD EX-AIDE

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. New Delhi, Jan. 21 -- The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is set to send a Letter of Request (LR) via judicial channels to United Kingdom (UK) to expedite the ...
 HT Syndication2 weeks ago
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'Sooner or later, we will hear news about Dawood's end'

'After Rajan is back in India, our resident dons are almost down. I won't say that they are out. So, now the obvious question is about Dawood, and the present government, I think, is more than willing to address that issue.' 'I think the political system made this kind of people; the corporate world made this kind of people. I have mentioned in my book that even the banks were using these outlaws to get their money back.' Sheela Raval, author of a new book on India's gangsters, offers rare ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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