Election Commission sources said they would also be looking into the “origins” of the Prime Minister’s address to find out if the coordination and preparations for it were done within the Prime Minister’s Office or th
The multi-agency group (MAG) probing the Panama Papers will be reconstituted to monitor a probe and take “swift action” on Paradise Papers which uncover financial holdings abroad that list a number of Indian entities, the
The Indian business family with the largest number of offshore entities in Appleby records are the Khemkas of the SUN group — with their firms having major interests in Russia, principally in the mining, aerospace and infra
CONGRESS president Sonia Gandhi and vice-president Rahul Gandhi promised to “introspect” and “work harder” in the wake of the defeats in Kerala and Assam Thursday but there were growing calls from within for something
Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca — from where The Panama Papers data leak occurred — has been figuring in confidential reports of the Income-Tax (Investigation) Headquarters in New Delhi since as early as 2007.
The assets of FCCF are listed as the balance in a bank account and 100% of the shares of an offshore Panamanian Corporation bought in 2007 named Opler Company Consulting Corp with a bank account in the Wintherbotham Merchant
Tracking Radia and her companies, IT investigators explored leads in about 10 countries to trace her purported offshore assets and accounts. Nothing was heard on this — until the Mossack Fonseka papers.
SHORTLY after his Ministry announced the Government’s response to The Indian Express investigation of The Panama Papers, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley spoke Monday evening with Ritu Sarin, who is leading the investiga
The Indian Express accessed MF documents which show that Rai, her father Kotedadi Ramana Rai Krishna Rai, mother Vrinda Krishna Raj Rai and brother Aditya Rai were appointed on May 14, 2005, as directors of Amic Partners Limi
Biggest leak of over 11 million documents of Panama law firm features over 500 Indians linked to offshore firms, finds 8-month investigation by a team of The Indian Express led by Ritu Sarin, Executive Editor (News & Investig