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Nirav Modi: Indian businessman
Nirav Deepak Modi is a fugitive Indian businessman, wanted by the Interpol for criminal conspiracy, criminal breach of trust, cheating and dishonesty including delivery of property, corruption, money laundering, fraud, embezzlement and breach of contract since August 2018. Modi made international headlines again in early October 2018 when Los Angeles entrepreneur, Paul Alfonso, filed a US$4.2 million lawsuit in Los Angeles against Modi and two of his now defunct companies namely Firestar Diamond Inc. and A. Jaffe Inc. According to court records from the Superior Court of California, Modi fraudulently sold two custom diamond engagement rings to Alfonso that turned out to be lab diamonds. The value of both diamond rings were US$200,000. Modi's younger brother Neeshal Deepak Modi and manager and close aide Parab Subhash Shankhar are also wanted by Interpol since August 2018 in connection with the same crimes as Nirav Modi.

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Chidambaram behaving like Vijay Mallya, Nirav Modi: BJP

The BJP on Wednesday accused former Union minister P Chidambaram of behaving like fugitive businessmen Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi by not cooperating with the central agencies probing alleged..
IndiaTimes - Published

ED attaches Mehul Choksi’s assets, cars worth 25 crore

Mehul Choksi defrauded Punjab National Bank (PNB) worth Rs 6,100 crore through fraudulent transactions and letters of credit. The total attachment of properties is collectively worth Rs 2,500 crore...
IndiaTimes - Published

Patna court grants Rahul Gandhi bail in defamation case

The Gandhi scion had said that all thieves had the surname Modi—referring to PM Modi, bank-fraud accused Nirav Modi and former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi—during an election rally in Karnataka's..
IndiaTimes - Published

Nirav Modi's Rs 44 cr worth assets in Singapore to be frozen

The agency says the bank account is in the name of Pavillion Point Corporation, based in the British Virgin Islands, a company that is "beneficially owned" by Nirav Modi's sister Purvi Modi and..
DNA - Published

ED attaches Rs 44 crore in Singapore account of Nirav Modi's sister, husband


IndiaTimes - Published

Nirav Modi's remand extended, to stay in UK prison till July 25

The fugitive businessman appeared via videolink from prison for a routine remand hearing before Westminster Magistrates' Court in London.
DNA - Published

From French windows to courtyard: Why you might want to move in to Nirav Modi and Vijay Mallya's Mumbai prison cell

Mallya, facing charges of defaulting on bank loans, had earlier moved court, opposing his extradition on the ground that the barrack in India did not match global prison standards, citing the lack of..
DNA - Published

PNB fraud case: UK High Court denies bail to Nirav Modi, to stay in jail

Modi has already been denied bail at three previous attempts at Westminster Magistrates' Court in London, as the judge ruled there was "substantial risk" that he would fail to surrender and deemed the..
DNA - Published

Arthur Road prison ready to welcome Nirav Modi, says state official

ALL SET: Cell in Barrack No. 12 has ample space, light and a toilet to house diamantaire if he is extradited to India
DNA - Published

Nirav Modi moves higher court in UK to press for bail for fourth time

Lower courts had denied his bail plea thrice before.
DNA - Published

India seeks global action against economic fugitives

The issue was flagged by finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman at a meeting of G20 finance ministers in Japan, which was also attended by British chancellor of the exchequer Phillip Hammod. In recent..
IndiaTimes - Published

UK court remands Nirav Modi till June 27, asks for confirmation of prison cells in India

Modi, wanted in India to face charges of fraud and money laundering amounting to nearly USD 2-billion in the Punjab National Bank (PNB) case, was produced in the dock at Westminster Magistrates Court..
DNA - Published

Indian billionaire jeweler Modi appears in UK court

Indian billionaire jeweler Nirav Modi appeared in a London court on Thursday where he heard that no date could yet be set for a full hearing over his possible extradition to India.
Reuters - Published

Nirav Modi to be produced before UK court in extradition case

Fugitive diamond merchant, Nirav Modi, is set to be produced before a court in London on Thursday as he fights his extradition to India in the nearly USD 2 billion Punjab National Bank (PNB) fraud and..
DNA - Published

MEA refuses to share details on the extradition of Nirav, Mallya

The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has refused to share details on the extradition of fugitive businessmen Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi, citing an RTI clause that bars disclosure of information..
DNA - Published

Nirav Modi's hot wheels fetch Rs 3.29 cr in auction

Fast & Furious: ED makes a profit of Rs 29 Lakh over the reserve price
DNA - Published

Gujarat: Congress alleges Narendra Modi splitting India in two

During his address, he alleged that the Prime Minister is making two Hindustans for the last five years. "The Narendra Modi government is making two Hindustans. One is for the likes of Anil Ambani,..
DNA - Published

Govt removes ED's special director over Nirav Modi case controversy

Vineet Agarwal'S tenure cut by three years.
DNA - Published

Not only Mallya and Nirav, 36 businessmen fled India in recent past, ED informs court


IndiaTimes - Published

100% chowkidar is a thief, says Rahul attacking Modi

"I have a question. Why all the thieves have Modi in their names whether be it Nirav Modi, Lalit Modi and Narendra Modi? We don't know how many more such Modis will come out," Gandhi said.
IndiaTimes - Published

PNB Fraud: Single judge to hear cases against Nirav Modi

Justice Mridula Bhatkar has directed Principal Judge of the City Civil & Sessions Court to assign these cases to a Judge who has the power as the designated judge under both Acts.
DNA - Published

When all Yadavs can be called relatives, why cannot the same be applied for all Modis: Akhilesh Yadav

SP chief was referring to the same last name shared by economic offender Nirav Modi and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
DNA - Published

Nirav Modi, Mehul Choksi, Vijay Mallya fled after realising new, alert chowkidaar has come to power: Rajnath Singh


IndiaTimes - Published

Nirav Modi's extradition case to begin after May 30: MEA

India has said that extradition case of fugitive Nirav Modi will be taken by UK court on a day after 30th May. Nirav who is involved in Rs 13,000 cr scam in India's public sector Punjab National Bank..
DNA - Published

Will Nirav Modi & Vijay Mallya share the same jail cell if extradited, UK judge asks prosecutor

India has informed the UK court that Mallya will be lodged in one of the high-security barracks located in a two-story building inside the Arthur Road prison complex in Mumbai. Authorities at the..
DNA - Published

Nirav Modi's defence team uses his pet dog in attempt to win bail, fails

Chief Magistrate Emma Arbuthnot on Friday declined the bail application of the 48-year-old prime accused in the USD 1-2 billion Punjab National Bank (PNB) fraud case on the grounds that he did pose a..
DNA - Published

Nirav Modi case officer to continue probe


IndiaTimes - Published

New evidence against Nirav Modi in UK court hours before fugitive diamantaire appears for hearing in bail plea

The 48-year-old diamond merchant, Nirav Modi, was denied bail by District Judge Marie Mallon at his first hearing soon after his arrest by Scotland Yard officers from a central London bank branch
Firstpost - Published

CBI-ED team heads to London to help get Nirav Modi back

The team will carry all the official documents needed to assist the authorities in London.
DNA - Published

File reply on Nirav Modi firm's plea on paintings' auction, Bombay HC tells I-T dept


IndiaTimes - Published

Nirav Modi extradition: CBI-ED team to leave for London

A Joint Director-level officer each from the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and Enforcement Directorate (ED) have been deputed to leave for London Wednesday with necessary documents, they said.
IndiaTimes - Published

India auctions fugitive billionaire's art, raises $8 million

Indian tax authorities raised about $8 million in an auction on Tuesday of rare oil paintings that were once part of fugitive billionaire jeweler Nirav Modi's collection and seized by the government.
Reuters - Published

Nirav Modi spends Holi in UK jail


IndiaTimes - Published

London: A haven for the kings of bad times?

From Vijay Mallya to Nirav Modi, London seems to be the preferred destination for white-collar criminals and fraudsters
Firstpost - Published

Remanded till March 29, Nirav Modi spends Holi in overcrowded jail

Fugitive diamond merchant Nirav Modi, arrested here on fraud and money laundering charges, spent Holi on Thursday behind bars in one of England’s most overcrowded jails.
IndiaTimes - Published

Prison time to take the shine off Nirav Modi

UK court rejects fugitive jeweller's bail application
DNA - Published

Nirav Modi arrested from London while trying to open bank a/c

A London court on Wednesday rejected the bail application of fugitive diamantaire Nirav Modi and termed him a flight risk after he was arrested a day earlier from a bank here.
IndiaTimes - Published

Surrender plan hatched with Mallya lawyer goes awry

Nirav Modi knew an arrest warrant had been issued against him and wanted to be arrested in a less dramatic manner. He had, through his lawyer Anand Doobay, set up an appointment at 9am on March 25 at a..
IndiaTimes - Published

Nirav’s extradition case may move much faster than Mallya’s

CBI and Enforcement Directorate officials expect the process of Nirav Modi’s extradition to be a “much faster” affair than the exercise to bring back Vijay Mallya and feel it should not take more..
IndiaTimes - Published

Nirav Modi in possession of three passports, UK court told

The 48-year-old's defence team, led by barrister George Hepburne Scott, told the court about the existence of the multiple travel documents during his plea for bail.
DNA - Published Also reported by •IndiaTimes

Nirav Modi arrest: Fugitive Indian businessman to spend 9 days in one of England's most overcrowded jails

Fugitive diamantaire Nirav Modi, arrested by Scotland Yard on behalf of the Indian authorities, will be held at a prison in south-west London considered one of England's most overcrowded jails.
DNA - Published

Congress claims credit for Nirav Modi’s arrest, says Bada Modi snoozed while Chhota Modi travelled the world


IndiaTimes - Published

Engaged with UK for earliest extradition of Nirav Modi: India


IndiaTimes - Published

Nirav Modi will be extradited to India like Michel: Javadekar


IndiaTimes - Published

Nirav Modi likely to be held in separate cell in prison


IndiaTimes - Published

'Apna paisa aayega': Twitter reacts with memes, jokes on Nirav Modi's arrest in London

Fugitive businessman Nirav Modi has been arrested in London and as per the latest reports, London's Westminster Magistrates' Court rejected his bail plea, forcing him to stay in British jail till next..
DNA - Published

Opposition questions the timing of Nirav Modi's arrest, links it to LS polls


IndiaTimes - Published

Billionaire Indian remanded in custody after London court appearance

Fugitive billionaire jeweler Nirav Modi, wanted by Indian authorities over a $2 billion loan fraud at state-run Punjab National Bank (PNB) was remanded in custody after appearing before a British court..
Reuters - Published

Jeweler Modi arrested in London on India's request

Fugitive billionaire jeweler Nirav Modi had been arrested in London on behalf of the Indian authorities, British police said on Wednesday, prompting an Indian minister to declare that "all looters will..
Reuters - Published

ED to sell 173 paintings, 11 vehicles of Nirav Modi


IndiaTimes - Published

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