• ED Files Charge Sheet Against Two People for Operating PP Poker Online Gaming App
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    ED Files Charge Sheet Against Two People for Operating PP Poker Online Gaming App

    The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has filed a prosecution complaint/charge sheet against two people for allegedly operating “PP Poker Online Gaming App” and placing illegal bets and gambling, ED said on Wednesday. The persons who have been charge-sheeted were identified as Hardeep Singh and Ankur alias Rahul Khanna, both the residents of Kolkata. Earlier on April 6, the ED had arrested Hardeep and Ankur under the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), 2002 and also conducted searches on their residential premises as well as other club managers and agents situated in Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. The recent charge sheet was filed before a special PMLA court in Goa’s…

  • Business

    Delhi police entered AICC office, beat up workers, says Congress; seeks FIR over ‘act of goondaism’

    Congress on Wednesday alleged Delhi Police entered party office and beat up workers protesting Enforcement Directorate (ED) move on party Gandhi Rahul and claimed that the “act of absolute goondaism” was perpetrated at the behest of BJP-led government. Addressing a press conference, party leader Randeep Singh Surjewala said action of Delhi Police was “criminal trespass” which will not be tolerated and will be accounted for. He demanded that FIR should be lodged and action taken against those involved. “In an act of absolute goondaism by Delhi police at the stance of government, they entered Congress office and beat up workers. This is criminal trespass. Their goondaism has reached its zenith.…

  • TECHNOLOGY

    Xiaomi Stated to Accuse Enforcement Directorate of ‘Physical Violence’ Threats For the duration of Probe

    Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has alleged its best executives faced threats of “physical violence” and coercion throughout questioning by India’s economical crime fighting agency, according to a court docket filing observed by Reuters. Officials from the Enforcement Directorate warned the company’s former India handling director, Manu Kumar Jain, existing Main Fiscal Officer Sameer BS Rao, and their people of “dire outcomes” if they did not post statements as preferred by the company, Xiaomi’s filing dated May 4 mentioned. The Enforcement Directorate did not immediately react to a request for remark. Xiaomi has been less than investigation given that February and final 7 days the Indian agency seized $725 million (approximately Rs.…