Paradise Papers: The India Story

The biggest leak ever of financial data revealed names of 714 Indians in the tally. Among the 180 countries represented in the data, India ranks 19th in terms of the number of names. The Indian Express team investigated records for over 100 Indian names and entities over a period of 10 months. A bulk of the records investigated are from Bermuda law firm Appleby. Unlike Panama Papers, these leaks are more about mega corporates than individual players and how they took advantage of tax havens.

  1. Sankaran Krishnan
    Nov 10, 2017 at 8:38 am
    Nothing or no action against the Mega Corporate's is possible and the Business Bosses know very well how to tackle the Govt. of the day and if they give Funds for the Elections to the major Political Parties the Politicians will keep quiet and even close their eyes and it is , we the people who are fools expecting actions against them which will never happen irrespective of the Party that rules the Centre and even we say boldly it is nothing but an COLLECTIVE LOOT !!!