This cache of 13.4 million documents tumbled out 18 months after Panama Papers: both sets of data were obtained by German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung and were investigated by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) working in partnership with 96 news organisations. In India, The Indian Express, just as it did with the Panama Papers, investigated these records for over 10 months to come up with the India list. Here are the stories:
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Paradise Papers: Indian company owners whose identities are out in open
Several Indians have been named and listed in the Paradise Papers registries. A list of Indian company owners whose identities have been confirmed and addresses verified
Paradise Papers: List of Indian company owners whose names, address are out in open
Several Indians have been listed in the Paradise Papers registries. A list of Indian company owners whose identities have been confirmed and addresses verified:
Paradise Papers: Doctor couple in Appleby records
Doctor couple Narinder Pal and Mala Arora are listed as shareholders of WorldCare Limited (Bermuda), a company set up in June 1996.
Paradise Papers: Before winding it up, Cognizant waived loans to its Isle of Man entity
Paradise Papers: While the stated reason for setting up the company was to bring a team of up to five people to the Isle of Man to deliver a project for Lloyds TSB, the group decide to wind up the company in Isle of Man stating that it has not been generating revenues.
Paradise Papers: Hyderabad businessman used $258-mn offshore loan for stake in India
Indian subsidiaries also invested in Jagati Publications Ltd, owned by Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy
Paradise Papers: Ship owner facing Navy claim went offshore
On January 30, 2011, INS Vindhyagiri, entering the Mumbai dockyard, was involved in a collision with MV Nordlake, a Cyprus-flagged container carrier which was moving out of the harbour.
Paradise Papers: Booked by CBI, SNC-Lavalin went to Appleby to float firm, get National Highway projects
SNC-Lavalin is a Montreal-based engineering major, which was first implicated in a financial bribery case booked by the CBI in 2008 in which Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan had been named. Vijayan was cleared in August this year.
Paradise Papers: Restaurant king Sanjay Chhabra takes Mauritius route to reach India
Appleby records show that Sanjay Chhabra’s Dolomite Restaurants and Sierra Nevada Restaurants Pvt Ltd are joint venture companies with UK-based International Market Management (UK) Ltd, which invested in these companies through its 100 per cent subsidiary IMM Associates Mauritius.
Paradise Papers: Appleby records lift veil on rift among stakeholders in Africa mining project
Six years before his death in 2016, mining baron Anil Salgaocar partnered son-in-law Gautam Radia and Malaysian investor Shanmuga Rethenam to enter iron ore sector in Swaziland.
Paradise Papers: Ranjan Pai of Sikkim Manipal University used offshore vehicles to fuel credit
Records show that between 2002-2003, the company picked up collaterals — listed as four “charges” — worth Rs 87 cr from Indian banks.
Paradise Papers: Eros International in Appleby records on Indians in Isle of Man
Paradise Papers: According to the records, EROS International Plc, a holding company of EROS Group that was incorporated in Isle of Man on March 31, 2006, bought shares for USD 1290355.78 between February 24, 2009 and October 24, 2011 and earned USD 2781164.18 by selling them.
Paradise Papers: As JP Morgan rushed to sell stake in Emaar MGF, Bermuda law firm ignored red flags to clear deal
Appleby’s Mauritius office went ahead with the assignment even though its own compliance department flagged a number of ongoing investigations into corruption charges against Emaar MGF in India.
Paradise Papers: Yale University turned to offshore firm to enter India via Mauritius
Appleby documents reveal that Yale University entered into an agreement with the Bermuda law firm to invest in India. These investments were to be made through Singapore-based Nalanda India Equity Fund and other avenues.
Paradise Papers: GMR firm bought plane, sold it in two weeks at loss
For, within a fortnight, GADL sold this plane to a US-based aircraft sales and acquisition company Avpro Inc. for $23 million — thereby incurring loss of $4.5 million in its books.
Paradise Papers: Argentina firm roped in Appleby on $2-mn dues from Jindal
The arbitration was for payment due to Ultrapetrol for the work it did as a contractor engaged by JSPLM for its business in Bolivia.
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