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Relocating is the need of the hour. Better working conditions, higher standard of living and good education opportunities are attracting people across the globe to move out and reach for their dreams. For many others moving out to cut cost is the prime reason. But whatever is your reason to move, its important that you avail the services of an established interstate removalists. From office relocation to residential shifting and furniture moving; established players offer valuable moving solutions in Auckland.

But before you finalize your office relocation deal with an office moving company in Auckland, heres a checklist you need to complete:

Years of Experience: Expertise grows with experience. For a company that is relatively new in the business may not know all the tricks of the trade. So, choose an office relocation company that has been in the business for a fairly long time. Having said this, new start-ups may come across as equally competitive. Watch their passion to work and grow.

Necessary Documents: It is important that the moving company possesses the mandatory licenses and authorizations to undertake the job. Check with the office relocation company if they have the required licenses to move interstate without legal hassles.

Insurance Cover: Does the office moving company offer insurance cover for the goods they are moving? Although the advantage of insurance cover comes at an added cost, but its worth the extra outflow. It ensures complete financial liability even in case of fire, theft or damage to goods.

Move Duration: Discuss in advance the duration of the move and the expected time of delivery. Make sure that the removalist company is not taking unduly long time to deliver goods. Plan your move accordingly and reach the destination before your items arrive.

Services: What are the relocation services that the office moving company can undertake? Create a checklist of your requirements and match it with the services and facilities offered. Professional packing is always beneficial for interstate relocations. So, ensure that you avail it along with end-to-end reassembling and restructuring services.

Mode of Payment: What are the possible methods of payment that your office moving company accepts? Are they asking for everything in advance or are the charges payable in parts at different stages of relocation? Discuss the deal in advance and take a written confirmation of the same.

Expertise and Equipment: Depending upon the items you have to move, check with the office movers if they have the expertise and equipment to move all. Necessary equipment and wherewithal ensures a safe and well protected move.

Packing Supplies: Packing is an important process of moving. It ensures the safety and wellness of the belongings to a great extent. And undoubtedly packing supplies are important for conferring the protection. Discuss with the office movers if the packing supplies are a part of the packing service offered by them. Some office movers will charge separately for the packing supplies depending upon the utilities actually used.

It is important that you know the details of the deal clearly. A trusted and reputed company will be transparent enough to discuss every query at length. Packers and Movers Auckland is a renowned office mover in Auckland. The company has the skill and equipment to move offices. Their effective and prompt services help you relocate office without much delay and disruption.

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Holocaust survivor publicly forgives 93-year-old Auschwitz guard during his trial

Holocaust survivor publicly forgives 93-year-old Auschwitz guard during his trial

January 19, 2018 · Filed under Uncategorized

Thursday, April 30, 2015

On Friday, Eva Mozes Kor, a 81-year-old Auschwitz concentration camp survivor, publicly forgave and embraced 93-year-old former SS guard Oskar Gröning, who is currently on trial in Germany as an accessory to 300,000 murders of Jews at Auschwitz.

Kor, who was among many Jews medically experimented on at Auschwitz, has thanked Mr Gröning for answering to the crimes he aided during his time as an Auschwitz guard.

Kor is amongst a number of Auschwitz survivors attending the trial who have joined the prosecutors as co-plaintiffs in the case against Mr Gröning. While Kor has forgiven Mr Gröning, she still holds him liable for his involvement during the Holocaust, as she did last week when she testified against him. Other survivors have recently spoken out about the trial; survivor Eva Pusztai-Fahidi said on Tuesday the trial itself against a former SS guard matters more than the end punishment.

During the first day of Mr Gröning’s trial, he denied any direct role in the killings, though he did admit to having witnessed them. Mr Gröning said he shared “moral guilt” for the crimes, regardless of whether his actions make him criminally guilty.

The prosecutors have argued that serving as a concentration camp guard is legally accessory to the act of murder. Mr Gröning is reportedly one of three remaining former SS guards that have been identified for trial. If found guilty, the former SS Guard could reportedly face up to fifteen years in prison.

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‘Purity’ ring case taken to High Court

‘Purity’ ring case taken to High Court

January 17, 2018 · Filed under Uncategorized

Saturday, June 23, 2007

Lydia Playfoot, a 16 year old schoolgirl from West Sussex, England, has been faced with expulsion by her school, Millais School of Horsham, for wearing a purity ring that symbolises her dedication to chastity.

Her case, that she should be allowed to wear the ring as it is an “expression of [her] faith and should be exempt from the school’s rules on wearing jewelery”, was taken to the High Court on Friday. Judgement in the case was reserved for a future date.

This case echoes a decision in a case last year. The Law Lords rejected Shabina Begum‘s, former pupil of Denbigh High School, in Luton, Bedfordshire, appeal to wear a Muslim Jilbab to school.

Miss Playfoot spoke to BBC Radio regarding the case. She said “Muslims are allowed to wear headscarves and other faiths can wear bangles and other types of jewellery. It feels like Christians are being discriminated against.” Her lawyers have argued that her right to wear the ring as a symbol of faith is upheld by the Human Rights Act 1998

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Media speculate over possible presidential bid by Michael Bloomberg

Media speculate over possible presidential bid by Michael Bloomberg

January 17, 2018 · Filed under Uncategorized

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is prepared to spend one billion dollars of his own money for a 2008 White House bid, the Washington Times reports, citing his friends and “close associates” .

However, Mayor Bloomberg yesterday made light of Senator Chuck Hagel‘s suggestion that Bloomberg could run as an independent with Hagel as running mate. Bloomberg has so far denied that he is running but has not ruled out the possibility either.

Media reports speculate that Bloomberg is considering a run if the Democratic and Republican nominees cater more to the parties’ bases, leaving room for an independent candidate who can attract moderate voters for both camps.

TIME magazine reports that Bloomberg was at first ready to consider spending US$500 million for a presidential run.

Michael Bloomberg could have more money than either party candidates, former FEC chairman Michael E. Toner told the Times. Those funds would come in handy to mobilize the thousands of petitions needed to qualify for a run in some states.

The Washington Times also has reports of a Bloomberg adviser saying some people involved with John McCain‘s Presidential Campaign are prepared to leave and join Bloomberg’s campaign if he does indeed run.

Bloomberg’s advisers have also said that they have been studying and learning from Ross Perot‘s Presidential campaign in 1992. They have called and talked with Perot’s former advisers and campaign workers to learn from their mistakes and experience.

Bloomberg made his fortune with his company Bloomberg L.P., a financial news and data company. Forbes magazine ranked him 44th on a list of wealthiest Americans and 142nd on a list of billionaires worldwide. His net worth is estimated at US$5.5 billion.

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Radical Proposals To Reform Uk Consumer Law Enforcement

January 17, 2018 · Filed under Irrigation

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By Daniel Kidd

The Department for Business, Innovations and Skills (BIS) is consulting on consolidating and modernising consumer law enforcement powers.

The consultation focuses on five specific areas and proposes reforms to the consumer law enforcement regime with the stated objectives of reducing regulatory burdens on businesses, protecting civil liberties and improving effectiveness of enforcement.

The consultation seeks view on proposals in the following five areas:

1. Consolidating and simplifying consumer law powers

There are currently several public bodies enforcing consumer law, including Trading Standards Services (TSS), the Office of Fair Trading and various Consumer Protection Cooperation enforcers under the Enterprise Act 2002. These bodies derive their enforcement powers under more than 60 separate pieces of legislation covering many business sectors (including retailers, estate agents, providers of consumer credit etc.), with some being sector-specific.

BIS is proposing to introduce generic enforcement powers in place of existing legislation to make these powers more transparent and consistent. The new law would include:

alignment of investigatory powers to provide consistency and transparency across all consumer legislation selected by BIS for consolidation

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alignment of powers to allow TSS to make test purchases

clarification of powers to require the production of documents, including digital content

alignment of penalties across consumer law for obstructing enforcement officers

It is clear from the proposals that as previously flagged, the role of the Office of Fair Trading in this area will be all but extinguished in favour of the TSS.

2. Improving cross boundary co-operation and authorisation for the Trading Standards Services (TSS)

BIS proposes to authorise TSS in England and Wales to investigate and bring proceedings outside their own local authority.

3. Removing barriers to the use of civil procedures for enforcement

Breaches of consumer law can be enforced through either civil injunctive relief or by means of criminal prosecution. BIS’s concern is that the TSS is unable to present civil cases in County Courts, meaning that the cost of civil enforcement is often higher than it needs to be (due to the need to hire external lawyers) and contributes to the relatively now number of civil enforcement actions by TSS compared to the number of criminal prosecutions.

BIS is proposing permitting the accreditation of individual TSS professionals to enable them to present cases in County Courts to encourage the use of civil enforcement which may be more proportionate than criminal prosecutions. An example given of the type of case which TSS could potentially present in court itself is in relation to a company cold-calling consumers with claims that it could sell their cars or refund their service fee, neither of which it in fact did.

4. Introducing more flexible qualification requirements for TSS officers

BIS proposes introducing general competency requirements for TSS professionals, whose only current statutory qualification requirement relates to weights and measures enforcement and no other consumer law.

5. Enabling competition by opening up of calibration of measurement standards market

BIS’s proposal is to assist local authorities to reduce their costs in enforcing weights and measures legislation by providing them with alternative testing laboratories.

Why this matters:

BIS hopes to simplify and consolidate investigatory and enforcement powers so that they are clearer and more transparent. Given the myriad of consumer legislation, including additional legislation in relation to some specific business sectors, a set of generic enforcement powers is likely to be welcomed by businesses.

It remains to be seen whether the ability of TSS to present civil cases in County Courts would lead to an increase in the overall number of investigations and enforcement actions, or whether it would in fact result in more proportionate penalties for businesses for non-compliance.

The consultation highlights how the consumer protection landscape is likely to be changing over the next few years, both in terms of legislation and enforcement. Together with the anticipated Consumer Rights Bill, businesses can expect to see more changes in this area in the next few years.

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Tree car crash kills two in Oxfordshire, England

Tree car crash kills two in Oxfordshire, England

January 17, 2018 · Filed under Uncategorized

Friday, February 19, 2010

Two people have been killed as the result of a collision involving a vehicle crashing into a tree in Oxfordshire, England. The two occupants of the Subaru Impreza were four-year-old Bradley Eldridge and his father, 36-year-old Tony Eldridge, who was driving the vehicle. Both were thought to be from the village of Bicester.

The vehicle was travelling between the Oxfordshire villages of Bicester and Bucknell at around 20:15 GMT on Wednesday when it departed from the road and crashed into a tree. Both occupents of the car were declared dead at the scene of the collision.

A rapid response ambulance had been directed to the crash site, however, a spokesperson for the South Central Ambulance Service stated that “[s]adly, there was nothing that the crews could do.” The spokesperson also commented that “[a]n adult male and a four-year-old child were declared dead at the scene and our crew was stood down.”

A spokesperson for the Thames Valley Police was quoted as saying: “A police officer came across the vehicle while out on patrol. It was a significant impact and he immediately raised the alarm before going to the aid of the occupants. It is unclear at this stage when the accident happened but it is not believed to have been long before it was found.”

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Wikinews Shorts: March 1, 2007

Wikinews Shorts: March 1, 2007

January 17, 2018 · Filed under Uncategorized

A compilation of brief news reports for Thursday, March 1, 2007.

Two paintings by renowned Spanish artist Pablo Picasso were stolen from the home of his granddaughter, according to the French authorities. The two oil paintings stolen were Maya With Doll and Portrait of Jacqueline; they were taken sometime between Monday, February 26 and Tuesday, February 27. The combined worth of the paintings is estimated at $66 million.


Iran will probably participate in a security conference dealing with the situation in Iraq, according to Iranian official Ali Larijani. The conference, according to Iraqi prime minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki will be held March 10 in Baghdad. It will include the first high-level diplomatic contact between Iranian and U.S. officials in over two years; however, U.S. officials will not directly speak with Iranian or Syrian officials, according to White House Press Secretary Tony Snow. The topics to be focused on will include the recent spate of lethal attacks by insurgents throughout Iraq, especially in Baghdad itself. Nations attending the conference include Syria, Saudi Arabia, Iran, the United States, and the United Kingdom. Other countries invited include France, Russia, China, and Turkey.


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Be A Networking Mogul With Subliminal Messages

January 16, 2018 · Filed under Marketing

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Networking sales is now one of the hottest moneymaking ventures these days. A lot of people are pulled into the networking biz these days because of the prospects of earning money the fast and the easy way. And some people have indeed found success in it too.

However, some people are hesitant about investing money in the networking business because they have a lot of doubts about how it really works and whether it will really pay off. And to aggravate these doubts, a number of networking companies have already failed, making investors lose their hard-earned money.

But still, a lot of networking companies prevail, and they are pouring endless amounts of money into their members bank accounts without requiring much effort.

Don t let this amazing moneymaking opportunity pass you by. Jump into the networking biz with confidence and earn as much money as you can from it. Be one of those who actually find a lot of profits through networking. The only difference between those who succeed in networking and those who waste their money on it or are scared of it is a state of mind.

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Before you invest in networking, make sure your mind is ready for it. All you have to do is condition your mind with the use of subliminal messages; these are messages that contain powerful positive affirmations that can embed positive thoughts, beliefs, and habits into your subconscious mind. Since they are delivered directly to the subconscious, the thoughts are able to override any negative thoughts of the conscious mind. Even if the world tells you that you can t achieve success in networking, your positive subconscious beliefs will still prevail.

So how can subliminal messages be used to ensure your chances of success in the networking business?

1. Improve your social skills.

The venture is called networking because the main goal is to build a large powerful network of contacts who you can place under you in the networking pyramid. For each contact you win over, you earn money, and you also earn out of their own earnings.

To successfully build a powerful network, you need to be socially outgoing. You need to have strong social skills so you can generate more leads and convince people to join you in this promising opportunity. Subliminal messages can help you develop these skills easily.

2. Boost your confidence.

Subliminal messages can also help boost your confidence so you will never doubt your own capability to convince others to join your network. With your belief in your capabilities well embedded in your mind, you will aways be at ease when interacting with other people. This will attract people to you because of your charismatic and contagiously positive attitude. People will want to be connected to you and will want to get to know your secret because they will be amazed at your inner confidence, which will show right through your body language.

3. Be more sensitive to people s needs.

Subliminal mind conditioning can also clear out the whirlwind in your mind. This way, thinking becomes clearer, and this will help you become more sensitive to people s needs. This, in turn, can expand your opportunities of expanding your network.

4. Be more content and fulfilled in what you do.

One of the greatest enemies of success is discontent. When you re not content in what you do, you won t feel motivated and therefore tend to slack off. This will lower your productivity, which will make your situation even worse. How can you sell the networking biz if you yourself aren t happy with it?

Thankfully, subliminal messages can help make you more content and fulfilled in your job, so you won t run out of fuel to keep on building your network until you achieve maximum success.

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Former Satyam CEO Raju, his brother and CFO arrested and detained in profit-fraud scandal

Former Satyam CEO Raju, his brother and CFO arrested and detained in profit-fraud scandal

January 16, 2018 · Filed under Uncategorized

Monday, January 12, 2009

Byrraju Ramalinga Raju, founder and chairman of Satyam Computer Services, and his brother, B. Rama Raju, the company’s managing director, were arrested late Friday by Andhra Pradesh police. The brothers were placed under judicial custody in a Hyderabad, India jail and will remain there until January 23. Facing charges of criminal breach of trust (Section 406 of IPC), criminal conspiracy (Section 120-B), cheating (Section 420), falsification of records and forgery (Section 468), and fraudulent cancellation of securities (Section 477-a), they face up to ten years imprisonment if convicted.

After 18 hours of interrogation by the Crime Investigation Department (CID) at the state police headquarters, the Raju brothers were sent to the Chanchalguda prison and slept Saturday night on the floor along with 26 other low-risk inmates.

S. Bharat Kumar, the Rajus’s lawyer, asked the magistrate to issue orders for health monitoring. “His blood pressure is fluctuating and he needs medical treatment,” said Bharat Kumar. Mr. Raju appeared before the court Saturday while a team of doctors visited him after he had complained of chest pain.

Raju has Hepatitis-C, and both brothers have high blood pressure, so health precautions are necessary while imprisoned. Prison rules mandate service of jail food thrice a day. The menu includes 650 gm of rice thrice a day with 250 gm of vegetable curry and 125 gm of ‘daal’ plus tea twice a day.

Satyam’s chief financial officer Vadlamani Srinivas, who was also arrested Saturday, had undergone preliminary investigation and appeared Sunday before a special court, according to A. Sivanarayana, Andhra Pradesh additional director general of police. Srinivas was remanded to judicial custody until January 23 by Mr. D. Ramakrishna, Sixth Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, and sent to the Chanchalguda jail with the Raju brothers after interrogation by CID’s Crime Branch (the CB-CID). During his Saturday night arrest and probe by CB-CID, Srinivas made revelations which are contained in his confession letter as submitted to Network 18. “According to me fixed deposits are unreal and fictitious which were managed and was an understanding between the audit section management,” Srinivas stated.

The Hyderabad court on Monday postponed the bail hearings of the Raju brothers and Srinivas to January 16. To be defended by a battalion of 25 lawyers, the three accused will remain in Chanchalguda Central Jail until further court order. The Raju brothers were shifted Sunday to a mid-size Old Hospital Barrack cell shared with a bootlegger.


  • 1 The offences
  • 2 About Satyam Computer Services
  • 3 Impact on Satyam Computer Services finances and reactions
  • 4 Related news
  • 5 Sources

In 2008, the company struggled to purchase two infrastructure companies founded by family members of company founder and CEO Dr. Raju – Maytas Infrastructure and Maytas Properties – for $1.6 billion, despite concerns raised by independent board directors. Dr. Raju tendered his resignation on January 7 after due notice of falsified accounts to board members and the SEBI.

Since January 7 when two lawsuits were commenced, dozens of other class action law suits were filed against Satyam for hundreds of millions of dollars damages based on fraud in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York in Manhattan, among others. The securities fraud class-action lawsuits have been filed on behalf of investors who bought Satyam American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) since 2004.

On Wednesday Dr. Raju admitted to falsifying and overstating Satyam’s cash reserves by $1B US dollars (£661m) or 94% of its cash and bank balances on books at the end of September.

The fraud was perpetrated several years ago to bridge “a marginal gap” between actual and accounting books operating profits, and continued for several years. “It was like riding a tiger, not knowing how to get off without being eaten,” B. Raju said.

In a letter to the board, Dr. Raju said that neither he nor the managing director had benefited financially from the inflated revenues. Further claiming that none of the board members had any knowledge of the dire company situation, he noted that Satyam’s balance sheet as of the September 30, 2008, carried inflated figures for cash and bank balances of INR 5,040 crore (as against INR 5,361 crore reflected in the books). He alleged it also carried an accrued interest of INR 376 crore which was non-existent. He confessed that he himself prepared an understated liability of INR 1,230 crore on account of funds amid an overstated debtors’ position of INR 490 crore (as against INR 2,651 crore in the books).

Indian analysts have compared the Satyam-Raju scandal to the infamous American Enron scandal. Immediately following the media expose, PricewaterhouseCoopers, auditor of Satyam’s accounts, was set to be probed for complicity in the controversy. Times Now has reported that the Andhra Pradesh CID arrested PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) representative Gopal Krishnan for investigation on Saturday night.

New York-listed Satyam Computer Services Ltd., India’s fourth-biggest software firm, is a consulting and information technology services company based in Hyderabad, India. Founded in 1987 by Dr. Byrraju Ramalinga Raju, Satyam’s network spans 67 countries on six continents. It employs 53,000 professionals in India, the United States, the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, Canada, Hungary, Singapore, Malaysia, China, Japan, Egypt and Australia. Its monthly salary outflow is estimated at six billion rupees ($125 million). Deriving more than half of its revenues from the United States, it serves 700 global companies, 185 of which are Fortune 500 corporations.

Satyam’s clients include Nestle, Ford, General Electric Co., General Motors Corp., Nissan Motor Co., Applied Materials Inc., Caterpillar Inc., Cisco Systems Inc. and Sony Corp., and brought in about $40bn last year.

In December 2008, a failed acquisition attempt involving the company Maytas led to a plunge in Satyam’s share price. After Wednesday’s confession, Satyam stocks fell further by more than 70%, while the BSE SENSEX dropped to 7.3% Wednesday, causing the removal of Satyam Computer Services from its indices on Thursday. The shares free fell to 11.50 rupees on Friday, their lowest level since March 1998, compared with around last year’s high of 544 rupees.

The New York Stock Exchange has terminated trading in Satyam stock as of January 7, while the National Stock Exchange of India said it will remove Satyam from its S&P CNX Nifty 50-share index from January 12.

India’s biggest-ever corporate fraud has seriously tainted India Inc.‘s strong corporate governance image. “The admission of fraud in financial affairs has created an adverse impression in the minds of trade, business and industry across the world,” the Indian government admitted. The government intervened on Friday night, dismissing Satyam’s board of directors, announcing it will appoint representatives to manage the affairs of the insolvent outsourcing giant. The board would meet within seven days. Dr Yeduguri Samuel Rajasekhara Reddy, chief Minister of State of Andhra Pradesh, India, on Sunday said that the main agenda is to protect the jobs of the software professionals. “We are taking all needful steps in coordination with the government of India to ensure that the jobs of 53,000 engineers are protected and the shareholders’ money is salvaged,” Reddy said.

“We are working on the names. The Satyam case is an aberration. The credibility of the Indian corporate sector in general, and IT sector in particular, should not be allowed to suffer because of this.” Prem Chand Gupta, the Corporate Affairs Minister said. The Federal Government of India appointed a three-member independent board with full authority for Satyam on Sunday and was set to convene within 24 hours. “We have appointed Deepak Parekh, chairman of Housing Development Finance Corporation, Kiran Karnik, former president of IT industry body NASSCOM and C. Achutan, former member of Securities and Exchange Board (SEBI) of India,” Mr. Gupta said.

In early Monday trading (0535 GMT) after the creation of the three-member board, Satyam shares rocketed upwards 60% to 38.15 rupees, even though the main Mumbai market was down more than 2%. BBC reported that Satyam shares have jumped 51% to 36.05 rupees on Monday after the stock lost 87% last week. “The constitution of the new board is seen as a positive step by the market. It’s a confidence boosting measure,” K.K. Mital, Globe Capital, New Delhi head of portfolio management services said. “But the rally will depend largely on the financial situation at the company and the kind of measures that are taken to improve liquidity,” he added.

The Company Law Board, however, has requested Satyam’s interim board not to implement its decisions. “We are asked by the Company Law Board not to implement the decisions of the board. But we are allowed to continue our activity. The team which was constituted recently is continuing its work,” Satyam head global marketing and communications, Mr. Hari Thalapalli, said.

Lazard Ltd., who has a 7.4% stake in Satyam, sought representation on the new board and wrote as much to The Indian Ministry of Corporate Affairs. “As the largest shareholder in the company, we want to be consulted in whatever decisions are being taken by the Indian government. We have written to the Ministry of Corporate Affairs and are awaiting a reply from them,” Hitesh Jain, a partner at ALMT Legal, who claimed to represent Lazard, said. “It is a fair proposal and we will take a decision as and when we clear other issues. No decision on this has been taken yet,” P.C. Gupta replied.

Meanwhile, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) also announced it will try to control the damage and take steps to boost investor confidence. “This exercise will be undertaken after the third quarter results and is expected to be completed by end of February this year,” a SEBI official statement said. A SEBI team is also investigating acting-CEO Ram Mynampati whose salary was greater than that of founder Dr. Raju and all the directors combined. Dr. Raju had just one fifth of Mynampati’s total package of over Rs 3.5 crore as of March 2008. All the directors comparably received only a total of Rs 2.6 crore as salary, commissions, sitting fees, professional fees and other receivables.

Further, the Andhra Pradesh Police CID and teams assigned by the Economic Offences Wing of the CB-CID conducted searches Sunday of homes of the accused including the ex-CFO’s office to gather documentary evidence about the financial fraud.

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