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Nirav Modi case: ED to sell cars, paintings for recovery

Nirav Modi is accused of being the "principal beneficiary" of the fraudulent issuance of LoUs as part of a conspiracy to defraud PNB

Choksi: Can’t file medical reports, doctor refused to treat me

Choksi and his nephew Nirav Modi are wanted by the ED and the CBI for allegedly defrauding the PNB to the tune of Rs 13,400 crore

DRT directs Nirav, aides to pay Rs 7,200 crore+ to PNB,...

Presiding Officer Deepak Thakkar, who holds additional charge of the DRT, Mumbai, passed two orders in two cases in favour of the PNB

Rahul Gandhi gets bail in case of defaming all Modis

Earlier in the day, Gandhi said he would appear before the court for a case filed by his 'political opponents' in the BJP-RSS to 'harass and intimidate' him

Crackdown against Nirav Modi: 4 Swiss accounts frozen worth $6 million

Nirav Modi, who has remained in judicial custody, had automatic right to file application in higher court & didn't require permit to appeal.

Nirav Modi refused bail for 4th time over fears he would...

The judge, after considering the material ‘carefully’, found strong evidence suggesting Nirav Modi interfered with witnesses and destroyed evidence, which he might do again

Arthur Road Jail to host Nirav Modi if he’s extradited

The Westminster Magistrate's Court in the UK had last month denied bail to the fugitive economic offender who has been behind bars at one of the most overcrowded prisons in England

Nirav Modi remanded till 27 June; India asked which jail he’d...

Economic offender and fugitive Nirav Modi has been lodged at Wandsworth prison in south-west London since his third attempt at seeking bail was rejected

Nirav Modi, who could flee UK too, denied bail

Lawyers of the economic offender and fugitive had offered £ 500,000 for bail in the first hearing; they were ready to offer a higher some on Friday

Nirav Modi employed these 6 steps to drain out PNB, lenders,...

Nirav Modi, caught by London Police following an arrest warrant London’s Westminster Court, has a long record of fraudulent activity