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Dawood targets the poor for money mule scheme

Dawood Ibrahim, the international fugitive, terrorist financier, and underworld kingpin, is reportedly opening bank accounts in India through unsuspecting depositors. Dawood and his “D-Gang” agents are offering money to poor people in rural areas to open new bank accounts under their own names, then turn their ATM cards back over to Dawood’s operatives. 256 more words

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D gang member arrested

Black Scorpion is a nickname for Shyam Kishor a top rung gang member of the notorious D Gang. His arrest today by the Goa police after a 12 year chase is considered to be a major breakthrough. 32 more words

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World Cup 2015: Why Jihadis hate cricket?

The world cup frenzy is sure catching up in all cricket-playing nations. While the anticipation is high and excitement levels on a frenzied pitch, there are however a group of people who are not entirely happy. 43 more words

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Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar

Born 27 December 1955 (age 57)
Mumka, Ratnagiri district, Maharashtra, India Spouse(s) Zubeena Zareen

Dawood Ibrahim (born Sheik Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar) is the leader of… 7,116 more words

U.S. takes aim at Dawood Ibrahim’s brother

New sanctions have been slapped against underworld crime boss and terrorist mastermind Dawood Ibrahim’s network by U.S. Treasury Department. One of the targets of the sanctions is Dawood’s brother Anees, who has at various times been erroneously reported as dead. 490 more words

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Dawood-politician nexus, this book promises to be a thriller

There is a general perception that bringing back Dawood Ibrahim to India would rake up such a storm that many politicians and police personnel would have to find better places to hide. 91 more words

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Sunanda to Woolmer- Will cricket crimes have an answer

Cricket and controversy go hand in hand. With the special investigating team saying that they would probe the IPL angle to the Sunanda Pushkar murder case, the first thing that comes to mind is that it is not going to easy and if not probed well could well end up like the Bob Woolmer mystery. 43 more words

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