NIA sources on April 9 said Sachin Vaze was "planning another big act" after the Antilia bomb scare. The agency is also connecting the dots to decipher whether ex-cop Pradeep Sharma helped Vaze. Meanwhile, it stated Param Bir Singh was being questioned as a witness and not a suspect in the case. Earlier, a special NIA court sent Vaze to judicial custody and granted CBI an access to his diaries.
Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani remains the richest Indian billionaire in a report ‘India’s 10 Richest Billionaires 2021’ released by Forbes. Amid COVID-19 slowdown, Ambani clocked $35 billion taking his net worth to $84.5 billion. Followed by industrialist Gautam Adani whose net worth reached $50.5 billion owing to his stakes in airport management and operations business. However, the list is followed by HCL founder Shiv Nadar ($… read-more
The NIA on April 1 searched a South Mumbai hotel and club during its probe in the Mukesh Ambani bomb scare case. Vacating the premise near Babulnath temple, the NIA officials questioned hotel staff for three hours. The NIA recently brought the prime suspect and suspended Mumbai top cop Sachin Waze for investigation. Reportedly, Waze is accused of killing businessman Mansukh Hiran and parking an explosive-laden SUV near Mukesh Ambani’s house… read-more
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The NIA has claimed to solve the Ambani bomb scare case as they have concluded that suspended officer Sachin Vaze fabricated the conspiracy to restore his reputation. Ruling out the terror angle, the NIA stated Vaze wanted to prove himself as a successful cop after he was suspended in a custodial death case in 2004. The investigation agency on March 16 had seized a Mercedes car, recovering number plate of the SUV parked outside Antilia.
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The Delhi Police have traced the telegram channel, which was used to claim responsibility of threatening Mukesh Ambani, to Tihar jail. Raiding jail barrack where serial blast accused Indian Mujahideen’s Tehseen Akhtar is housed, the police have also seized the phone used in hoax. The police added that the virtual number was generated using Tor browser. The officials will soon interrogate Tehseen who was arrested in 2014 blast case targeting… read-more
Days after Mansukh Hiran's, owner of explosive-laden SUV found outside Mukesh Ambani’s bungalow, dead body was found, his widow Vimla has claimed that her husband and police official Sachin Waze knew each other. She added that the SUV was used by Sachin before it was allegedly stolen from the Airoli-Mulund link road. While Sachin declined to comment, Vimla claimed her husband's belongings were missing. Meanwhile, ATS officials plan to summon… read-more
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Mukesh Ambani-owned Reliance Industries has offered operational support to save the Future Retail Limited from collapse. However, the Rs 24,713-crore deal to buy the retailer’s assets is yet to be decided by the national company law tribunal. Reportedly, Reliance has extended the deadline for completion of the purchase by six months given the legal battle between Future Group and Amazon. Meanwhile, to ease burden, Future has transferred lease… read-more
The owner of Scorpio that was found outside Mukesh Ambani's house was reported dead on March 5. A native of Mankhurd in East Mumbai, the owner Mansukh Hiren has allegedly killed himself after a probe was ordered regarding the vehicle. Stolen from Mankhurd, the SUV was found outside Ambani's house with explosives and a warning letter. Meanwhile, BJP leader Davendra Fandavis has claimed that the happenings seem "fishy".
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Reliance Foundation Chairman Nita Ambani has announced that the business house will bear the full cost of the COVID-19 vaccination for its employees, their spouses, children, and parents. Informing via email, the non-executive director of Reliance Industries also urged the employees and their family members to enroll themselves for the Indian government's COVID-19 vaccination program. Saying "Corona haarega, India Jeetega", she requested… read-more
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A day after reports of 'Jaish-ul-Hind' claiming the responsibility of threatening Mukesh Ambani surfaced, the lesser-known terror group has come forward to call the reports and the letter "fake". The Mumbai Police have shared a new message, wherein the terror outfit stated that it "has no fight against Indian business tycoons". Moreover, refusing to take money from 'infidels', the outfit also cleared that the 'Telegram group' which claimed … read-more
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