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PTI
October 2, 2018



PTI
August 26, 2018
Liabilities of big wilful defaulters of scam-hit Punjab National Bank (PNB) fell by 1.8 per cent to Rs 15,175 crore by July-end over the previous month. Such borrowers had an outstanding of Rs 15,355 crore at end of June this year.


Karan Dhar
July 27, 2018
Mehul Choksi is not the only Indian fugitive diamantaire who has found refuge in the Caribbean.


BusinessToday.In
July 18, 2018
The move comes after liquor baron Vijay Mallya, PNB scam accused diamantaire Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi gave a slip to the authorities.


Virendrasingh Ghunawat
Mumbai, July 13, 2018
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is likely to file its prosecution complaint against fugitive businessman Jatin Mehta next week to make ground to confiscate his assets worth Rs 172 crore under the new Fugitive Act.


PTI
New Delhi, July 8, 2018
Dues from big wilful defaulters of Punjab National Bank fell by 0.87 per cent to Rs 15,354.52 crore on June 30 compared to previous month, the bank data has showed. Such borrowers had an outstanding of Rs 15,490 crore at the end of May 2018.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 28, 2018
The Winsome Diamond Group had taken a loan of Rs 6,800 crore from a consortium of banks led by the Standard Chartered Bank. Like the recent PNB fraud, in this case too, the PNB had the highest exposure of Rs 1,800 crore.


PTI
June 17, 2018
The major defaulters included Kudos Chemie - Rs 1,301.82 crore; Kingfisher Airlines Rs 597.44 crore; BBF Industries Rs 100.99 crore; ICSA (India) Ltd Rs 134.76 crore; Arvind Remedies Rs 158.16 crore and Indu Projects Ltd Rs 102.83 crore.


PTI
May 20, 2018
PNB saw wilful defaults by big borrowers slipping further to Rs 15,199.57 crore in April this year over the previous month. Big wilful defaulters are categorised by PNB as those borrowers with loan outstanding of Rs 25 lakh and over.


PTI
May 6, 2018
The public sector lender has been putting out the names of wilful defaulters and firms since June 2017. Within ten months, these defaults have grown by 28 per cent, from Rs 11,879.74 crore.


PTI
March 13, 2018



PTI
March 1, 2018



BusinessToday.in
New Delhi, March 1, 2018
Karti Chidambaram arrestedWhile finding Nirav Modi has become the country's biggest preoccupation, another big name accused of money laundering was arrested by the CBI yesterday: Karti Chidambaram, the son of former Finance Minister P. Chidambaram. The 46-year-old businessman was arrested at the Chennai airport on his return from the United Kingdom. Last May, the Enforcement Directorate had lodged an Enforcement Case Information Report (ECIR) - a police FIR equivalent - against ...


Dipak Mondal
New Delhi, February 28, 2018
Ever since the Nirav Modi scam came to fore,  insolvency proceedings against four diamond companies have been initiated by operational creditors.


PTI
New Delhi, February 25, 2018
Rattled by a spate of frauds in the banking sector, lenders are now planning to increase insurance cover against delinquencies by their employees to protect their bottomlines.


BusinessToday.in
February 16, 2018
While it is the job of the investigating agencies to find out who engineered the billion-dollar scam, there is no denying the fact that there was a disintegrated system in place that allowed the official to execute the fraud and stay undetected for so long.


PTI
New Delhi, April 6, 2017
The CBI has registered six separate cases against two Mumbai-based jewellery firms and their chief promoter Jatin Mehta for allegedly cheating three government banks to the tune of Rs 1,530 crore.


Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, February 24, 2016
The list shows that Winsome Diamonds and Jewellery owes Rs 900.37 crore to the bank, followed by Forever Precious Jewellery and Diamonds with Rs 747.98 crore.


Sarika Malhotra
November 21, 2015
The average price of cut and polished diamonds have been falling steadily whereas the prices of roughs remain high, making the whole business seemingly unsustainable.


Tanya Ashreena, A. Ananthalakshmi and Devidutta Tripathy
New Delhi/Singapore, January 16, 2015
Jewellery firms are finding it hard to get credit to import raw material and ship out their wares as banks tighten the screws, worried about defaults in the sector.


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