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    Hundreds of audit objections stay unsolved in MBMC for a decade

    Bhayandar: In a shocking revelation which could blow the lid-off multiple financial irregularities in the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC), the internal audit wing of the civic body has identified hundreds of audit objections involving public money amounting cores of rupees that have remained pending for the past more than a decade.

  • Ujjain: Mangalnath Mandir manager arrested over financial irregularities

    Ujjain: In a dramatic development Chimanganj Mandi police station staff on Thursday evening arrested Mangalnath Mandir manager Trilok Vijay Saxena under Section 151 of the CrPC for indulging in abusive dialogue with government officers.

  • Indore: Government stops aid to Gujarati Samaj colleges due to financial irregularities

    Indore: Citing serious financial irregularities, the state government has stopped financial aid to all four colleges run by Shri Gujarati Samaj in the city. Through a letter, the government directed Mata Jijabai Government Girls PG College principal Sumitra Baskel not to issue funds to PMB Gujarati Commerce College, PMB Gujarati Science College, PMB Gujarati Arts College and MKHS Gujarati Girls College until further orders.

  • Six JK BOSE officials booked for financial irregularities

    Srinagar: State Vigilance Organisation (SVO) has registered a case against seven persons, including six serving and former officials of Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (BOSE), here for alleged financial irregularities in the department in 2012. An FIR was registered yesterday against six officials and a private contractor under various sections of Prevention of Corruption Act and Ranbir Panel Code for causing a “huge loss” to the state exchequer, a spokesman of

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    IPL money laundering case:ED seeks LRs to Singapore, Mauritius

    New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has sought legal assistance from Singapore and Mauritius to take forward its probe in the alleged financial irregularities in the Indian Premier League tournament (IPL) and its former chairman Lalit Modi. Officials said the agency has initiated the “legal procedures” to obtain from a court two Letters Rogatories (overseas judicial requests) to be sent to the two countries as part of its probe in the alleged laundering of funds