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PNB fraud: Where does the buck stop?: The backdrop of the RBI action is the $ 1.77 billion fraud at India's second largest government-owned bank by assets, Punjab National Bank (PNB). A few employees of the bank, at different levels, perpetrated the fraud over at least seven years, taking advantage of the fact that PNB's core banking …: Google Alert – Fraud

'Garlic Prawn' fraud in Patong: "…photos from the restaurant also went viral in Chinese social media about the over-priced prawn dish of 300 baht per 100 grams (3,000 baht per kilogram!)" By. Tim Newton. -. February 26, 2018. SHARE. Facebook · Twitter. Phuket's Tourist Police have arrested the owners of an overpriced restaurant …: Google Alert – Fraud

Nirav Modi-PNB fraud: To reform public banks, start by addressing employees' sense of inferiority: The alleged Punjab National Bank fraud, at around Rs 11,400 crore according to initial estimates, is the biggest such in recent times. As in the past, the involvement of politicians as well as senior officials of the public sector bank, the Reserve Bank of India and the central government is alleged. What is …: Google Alert – Fraud

News Live: CBI files Rs 1bn fraud case against Simbhaoli Sugar executives: The case comes at a time when the Indian banking sector is getting to grips with its biggest banking fraud totalling $ 1.8 billion, in which the No 2 state-run lender PNB has alleged that two of its employees colluded with firms linked to well-known jewellers Nirav Modi and his uncle Mehul Choksi.: Google Alert – Fraud

.5M fraud uncovered, more victims could be out there: Detectives from the State Crime Command's, Rockhampton Major and Organised Crime Squad (Rural) have charged a man following a protracted fraud investigation in relation to the sales. A 65-year-old Evans Head (NSW) man has been charged with two counts of fraud in excess of $ 1.5 million.: Google Alert – Fraud

Should stock market investors avoid jewellery sector totally due to PNB fraud impact?: Stock market participants are thankful that Nirav Modi's companies were not listed. However, shares of Gitanjali Gems, the company promoted by Mehul Choksi, Modi's uncle and, allegedly, a partner in the reported financial fraud done by Modi, has been plummeting for several days. Experts say that …: Google Alert – Fraud

Cairns woman latest person charged with fraud over alleged stolen credit cards: A woman has been charged with fraud after the alleged burglary of a home in Bentley Park last month. Following a police investigations it is alleged the woman gained entry to the Senate Street residence in the early hours of January 2 where a wallet, purse and keys were stolen. Credit cards stolen …: Google Alert – Fraud

Mehul Choksi claims innocence in PNB fraud with open letter: Mehul Choksi claims innocence in PNB fraud with open letter. Mehul Choksi claims innocence in PNB fraud with open letter. Published on 2018-02-25. Post navigation. UN backs Syria ceasefire as death toll in rebel enclave tops 500 · From News to Shoes: How big is big tech? Recent Posts. Our New …: Google Alert – Fraud

Punjab CM's son-in-law among 13 booked for bank fraud case against Simbhaoli Sugars Ltd: According to the FIR filed by the CBI, there are two loans, both from the Oriental Bank of Commerce, under probe — a Rs 97.85 crore loan which was declared fraud in 2015, and a corporate loan of Rs 110 crore used to repay the previous loan. The second loan was declared NPA (non-performing asset) …: Google Alert – Fraud

Every beggar is a fraud, police say: Every beggar in a small UK town is a fraud and shouldn't be given money, local police say. Officers in Cambridgeshire's Ely insist none of the city's locals are genuinely homeless, telling The Telegraph those posing as beggars are making "substantial amounts of money". "All of the individuals that have …: Google Alert – Fraud