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Simply Put: How Nirav Modi continued to fly

The CBI has claimed that it wrote to the US, the UK, Belgium, France, Singapore and the UAE between April 25 and May 28 —which was after Nirav Modi had already made a few trips on his revoked passports.

PNB fraud case: CBI files supplementary chargesheet, names Nirav Modi and 17 others

PNB’s internal probe blames blatant violations and lapses for Nirav Modi’s $2 bn fraud

Punjab National Bank’s 162-page internal report lays out how failings by 54 PNB officials – ranging from clerks to foreign exchange managers, and auditors to heads of regional offices, allowed the $2 billion fraud to be perpetrated.

We told Interpol, wrote to six major countries: CBI on Nirav Modi’s travels

We told Interpol, wrote to six major countries: CBI on Nirav Modi’s travels

The agency said the information about Modi’s passport was even updated by Interpol in its central database and this had been verified by the agency.

We told Interpol, wrote to six major countries: CBI on Nirav Modi’s travels

Nirav Modi faces fresh FIR for using multiple Indian passports

The CBI and the ED have registered two FIRs each in connection with the case. Both Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi are said to have left the country before the criminal cases were lodged against them. 

We told Interpol, wrote to six major countries: CBI on Nirav Modi’s travels

How did Nirav travel to US, UK on revoked passport, Congress asks Centre

The Indian Express Wednesday reported that the Interpol in a communication to Indian investigation agencies said Nirav Modi traveled to four countries after escaping from India.

Diamond merchant Nirav Modi.

ED, CBI, MEA to hold meeting today, will discuss extradition plea of Nirav Modi

The meeting comes days after the CBI moved Interpol to issue Red Corner Notices against Nirav Modi and his uncle Choksi who are wanted in the over Rs 13,500-crore fraud at the Punjab National Bank (PNB).

We told Interpol, wrote to six major countries: CBI on Nirav Modi’s travels

Nirav Modi used revoked passport four times to travel: Interpol

In a June 5 letter to Indian agencies, Interpol said Nirav Modi travelled between United States, United Kingdom and Hong Kong on his Indian passport between March 15 and March 31.

We told Interpol, wrote to six major countries: CBI on Nirav Modi’s travels

CBI seeks Interpol Red Corner Notice for Nirav Modi’s brother

The CBI has charge-sheeted both Nirav Modi and Choksi separately in the scam and has now approached the Interpol for Red Corner Notices to bring back the accused to face trial in cases against them.

We told Interpol, wrote to six major countries: CBI on Nirav Modi’s travels

PNB fraud case: Others in family helped Nirav launder money, destroy evidence, ED tells court

PNB fraud case: Nirav Modi, his wife Ami (a US citizen), brother Neeshal (a Belgian national) and uncle Mehul Choksi, promoter of the Gitanjali Group, fled the country in January, weeks before the scam broke. While Nirav Modi is in the UK, Choksi is learnt to be in the US.

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How to bring back a fugitive

India has moved the UK for extradition of Vijay Mallya, and Interpol for a Red Corner Notice against Nirav Modi. Will these bring the fugitives back? What are the rules for extradition, and the precedents?

We told Interpol, wrote to six major countries: CBI on Nirav Modi’s travels

PNB fraud case: Special PMLA court issues non-bailable warrant against Nirav Modi

This development comes a day after the United Kingdom confirmed to India that Nirav Modi is their country, even as CBI has moved Interpol to issue Red Corner Notices against him and his uncle Mehul Choksi. 

We told Interpol, wrote to six major countries: CBI on Nirav Modi’s travels

PNB fraud case: Nirav Modi in UK, CBI turns to Interpol

Once, an RCN is issued, member countries of the Lyon-based international police cooperation agency can arrest and extradite Modi, who fled the country in the first week of January, weeks before the bank filed a complaint with the CBI.

Diamond merchant Nirav Modi.

PNB fraud: Nirav Modi is in our country, confirms UK minister, assures support to India

Nirav Modi and his uncle Mehul Choksi, another accused in the case, had fled from India in January, around a month before the PNB filed it first complaint against them in the fraud case.

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Nirav Modi reportedly seeks political asylum in UK: What is the process and what happens next?

Diamantaire Nirav Modi has applied for asylum in United Kingdom reportedly seeking immunity from political persecution. Here’s how an application for asylum is dealt with in the UK.

Overseas investment fund linked to Nirav Modi, 3 others under probe

Nirav Modi flees to London reportedly to seek political asylum: Ten things to know about the PNB scam case against him

Both Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi involved in the multi-crore Punjab National Bank fraud case left India in January, a few weeks before the scam at PNB broke. While their passports are suspended, the duo remain untraceable