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Updated : 21 hours, 12 min ago IST
A Delhi Court on Thursday granted bail to Mahamed Sharif, the accused in the Leela Hotel cheating case.
Updated : 2 days, 19 hours ago IST
The accused have been identified as Sanjay Saulkar (52) and Vishal Pawar (38), residents of Mumbai. The accused used to do some business there but behind it they used to commit cyber crimes.
Updated : 5 days ago IST
The ARSC team of the Crime Branch conducted the raid at a high-end society in Mumbai and arrested the accused, Sona Bansal, from there. Her husband, Atul Bansal, was however not found there and his whereabouts are being ascertained, officials said.
Updated : 5 days, 18 hours ago IST
The Chief Minister has directed the Board of Secondary Education to take all necessary steps to ensure that the upcoming board examinations starting in February are free of copying.
Updated : 1 week ago IST
According to Delhi Police, Bawana police station received a PCR call that a person snatched Rs 5,000 impersonating himself as Pollution Inspector at factory in Sector-2, DSIIDC, Bawana in a bid of extortion on January 23.
Updated : 1 week, 2 days ago IST
"They make tall claims, make false promises. They are cheating the people of Telangana," Telangana BJP MP, Arvind Dharampuri said while talking to ANI.
Updated : 1 week, 3 days ago IST
Mahamed Sharif, who is accused of posing as a UAE government official and duping Leela Hotel of over Rs 20 lakhs, was grilled for three hours by the officials of the Intelligence Bureau (IB) and Special Cell on Sunday after he was granted two-day police custody by a court.
Updated : 1 week, 4 days ago IST
The accused identified as Mahamed Sharif (41) was arrested in Karnataka on January 19. He fled without paying his outstanding bill worth over Rs 20 lakhs to the hotel.
A Delhi Court on Sunday sent Mahamed Sharif, the accused in the Leela Hotel cheating case, to two days of police custody.
Updated : 2 weeks, 1 day ago IST
Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) minister Nawab Malik's son Faraz Malik was booked by Special Branch Office over cheating and forgery case on Wednesday.
Updated : 2 weeks, 3 days ago IST
The law will be known as the 'Anti-copying law' which will punish the candidates getting involved in cheating during recruitment examinations and a 'ban of 10 years' will be imposed on them.
"Our government is committed to good governance and irregularities in recruitment will not be tolerated at all," he said.