Fraud(Search results - 123)
NEWS12, Sep 2019, 4:38 PM IST
On the pretext of befriending a homosexual, man escapes with Rs 1.35 lakh
A homosexual man named Rahul, on the pretext of befriending another homosexual at his house, robbed him of Rs 1.35 lakh
NEWS9, Aug 2019, 6:07 PM IST
Bengaluru: Courier boy escapes with cheque for Rs 12 lakh
A courier boy, working for a local company in Bengaluru is accused of encashing a cheque for Rs 12 lakh, lying to his company that he had delivered the documents to the intended recipient. The incident came to light only when the courier company to whom it was assigned raised a query regarding the issue.
NEWS8, Aug 2019, 7:52 PM IST
Bengaluru Night Cap: From trouble for Speaker Ramesh Kumar to prepping for Varamahalakshmi
From former Speaker Ramesh Kumar facing trouble to KR Market gearing up for Varamahalakshmi to and Kichcha Sudeep's appeal to fans, watch Bengaluru Night Cap for today's news headlines from the city.
NEWS8, Aug 2019, 6:13 PM IST
Former Karnataka Speaker Ramesh Kumar in trouble for ‘medicines fraud’; lawyer files complaint
Trouble mounts for former Karnataka Assembly Speaker Ramesh Kumar as a lawyer has filed a complaint against him with the Lokayukta, alleging corruption in the health ministry when Ramesh Kumar was the minister concerned.
NEWS15, Jun 2019, 6:45 PM IST
Bengaluru Night Cap: From Moulvis influencing Muslims to Indiranagar pub row
From Moulvis influencing Muslims to invest in fraud scams to Bengaluru cab driver speaking fluently in Sanskrit, here are the top headlines from the city.
NEWS15, Jun 2019, 5:16 PM IST
Bengaluru Ponzi scam: After politicians, moulvis seen influencing Muslims to invest in fraud firms
After pictures of politicians like Roshan Baig, BZ Zameer with Ponzi scam accused Mansoor Khan and Misbahuddin Mukkaram went viral, a video of moulvis speaking in support of the “fraudsters” is doing the rounds. Moulvi of Masjid-e-Beoparian in Shivajinagar is seen influencing Muslims to invest in IMA while addressing a congregation
NEWS14, Jun 2019, 5:57 PM IST
Karnataka Congress leaders seal fraud firms with kiss and handshake
Following the mysterious escape of leaders of fraudulent companies that looted Muslims in the name of 'halal' (legal) investments, many photographs of the accused with politicians are now doing the rounds. Interestingly, politicians like Siddaramaiah, BZ Zameer Ahmed Khan, Roshan Baig, Rahim Khan and Tanveer Sait are featured with the Ponzi firm chief.
NEWS6, Jun 2019, 5:03 PM IST
FIR against 15 including builder for cheating SBI of Rs 9.39 crore
SBI also found out that the address submitted by 15 persons were fake. They had even given false employment details and after a probe it was found that they are not employees of any company
NEWS29, May 2019, 2:38 PM IST
Bengaluru: 3 employees cheat BESCOM of Rs 1.23 crore, case filed
The fraud came to light when an assistant noticed large differences in accounts. The accused had allegedly created fake records to pilfer the money.
NEWS28, May 2019, 11:58 AM IST
Pre-university board official cheated of Rs 20,000 in Bengaluru
The joint director of the PU Board, Akash S, was duped by a person posing as a customer care executive of an online shopping website while pretending to help Akash regarding an issue that he was facing while making a purchase on the website.
NEWS8, May 2019, 1:26 PM IST
Man dupes BPO staff of Rs 40 lakh over car auction
Jeevan CP, a suspended clerk, cheated a group of BPO employees and their friends of Rs 40 lakh while promising to buy them seized cars at cheap rates
NEWS6, Feb 2019, 1:09 PM IST
Bengaluru driver dupes senior citizen, withdraws Rs 47,000 from bank account
A driver working for a senior citizen in Bengaluru was arrested for cheating the owner and withdrawing 47,000 cash from his account. It is said that the driver Nagaraj clicked the photo of the ATM card and sent it via WhatsApp to his friend and who in return transferred the amount into his account through online fraud
4, Jun 2018, 3:51 PM IST
Documents, records on Nirav Modi safe, not destroyed in fire, clarifies IT Department
The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has issued a clarification reacting to media reports that documents of investigation on defaulters, Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi have been gutted in a fire in the IT department office. The clarification states that the papers of both the defaulters were shifted before the office was gutted.