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Paradise Papers: Kremlin-owned firms linked to major investments in Twitter, Facebook
Years before the 2016 election meddling, Kremlin had a financial interest in American social media.
Paradise Papers: Year after KBC, Big B was shareholder in Bermuda firm now shut
Jalva Media Ltd was set up in Bermuda in July 2000, Jalva-India tied up with IBM for content services
Paradise Papers throw more questions for Vijay Mallya: How did Diageo waive $1.5-billion debt?
Paradise Papers investigated by The Indian Express show that after he sold his United Spirits Limited India (USL) to the Diageo group in 2013, Diageo approached a London-based law firm Linklaters LLP to undertake a massive restructuring exercise to simplify the complex group structure created by Mallya.
Paradise Papers: Appleby raised red flags on supplying directors to Jindal’s Mauritius firms
Request for nominee directors was in relation to a loan of $35 million provided by Credit Suisse AG Singapore to the two offshore companies
Paradise Papers: Security firm of BJP Rajya Sabha MP Ravindra Kishore Sinha linked to two offshore entities
In an affidavit submitted to the Election Commission during his nomination for the Rajya Sabha election in 2014, Ravindra Kishore Sinha made no mention of his and his wife’s association with SAPHL.
Paradise Papers: US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has stake in firm linked to Putin’s son-in-law
Trump cabinet member retains a stake in company that provides shipping for Putin son-in-law and sanctioned oligarchs.
Paradise Papers: Also on secret list, her Royal Highness the Queen Elizabeth II
The fund invested in and profited from a company that developed fingerprint technologies for mobile phones and made investments in other high-tech and pharmaceutical companies.
Paradise Papers: Canadian PM Justin Trudeau’s election fundraiser may have broken laws
Long-standing offshore ties of the Liberal Party moneyman and his famous family provide jarring contrast to Canadian prime minister Trudeau’s campaign for tax fairness.
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