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CBI sends LRs to five countries to unearth money trail in INX Media case

IndiaTimes Friday, 23 August 2019
The CBI has sent judicial requests to five countries, seeking details of international transactions related to investments and payments made by the companies accused in the INX Media case, officials said Friday.
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