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Digital ad-fraud in India was worth nearly $1.63 billion in 2018: Report

Digital ad-fraud in India stood at $1.63 billion in 2018, accounting to 8.7 per cent of the total ad-fraud in the world

Delhi: Man outsources duping to a software, fleeces thousands

Police said Sanjay Kumar allegedly did this by developing his own software over six months, which was intelligent enough to analyse keywords on a live call and provide answers accordingly.

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SEBI seeks powers to grant immunity, impose lesser penalty in lieu of assistance in probe

Responding to Sebi's proposal, the Finance Ministry has opined any such powers should remain with the central government and a provision for that can be made by suitable amendments to the Sebi Act and the Securities Contracts Regulation Act (SCRA).

Delhi: Man gets 3 years in jail in cheating case

Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Ekta Gauba also imposed a fine of Rs 1 lakh on convict Rajesh Kumar, who was a Grade-IV employee in the municipal corporation. The fine amount will be equally divided among the four victims.

Thane: 25 people duped of Rs 25 lakh, man booked

The victims, police added, got joining letters but when they went to the collector’s office, they realised that the letters were fake and that Surve did not work there. 

CBI books Delhi-based kidswear retailer for Rs 20 crore fraud

In its complaint to the CBI, Union Bank of India alleged that the company furnished "forged and fabricated" balance sheets with an intention to cheat and cause wrongful loss to it.

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Delhi: Man posed as godman, news channel owner to dupe people; arrested

The accused, Abhishek Vashishta from Kurukshetra, was arrested by a Special Cell team based on a tip-off on his whereabouts. Police said he has completed a five-year integrated course in journalism and mass communication from Kurukshetra University.

CID arrests bank-fraud racket kingpin in Delhi

The branch manager of Canara Bank in Salkia, Howrah, had lodged an FIR in the Golabari police station on November 15. In her complaint, she alleged that a cheque of Rs 6,30,000 was deposited in her branch and Rs 3,66,591 was encashed.

Indian-origin brothers charged with deceiving investors in supposedly unbiased reports

Ajay is the co-founder and CEO of SeeThruEquity and has experience in the securities industry. Amit is the Director of Research at SeeThru as well as an attorney and a member of the New York Bar.

Noida: Ordered phone on Amazon, man gets soap, FIR filed

The complainant said he did not receive a refund and contacted police. Amazon said they have processed the refund.

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