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CAG: Govt lost Rs 10.7 lakh crore by not auctioning coal blocks

Link: http://bit.ly/IiCjhY

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INDIA TODAY ARTICLE -ON UPA SCAMS
Link: http://indiatoday.intoday.in/gallery/upa-govt-9-years-9-scams-sonia-manmohan/1/9401.html

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List of Scams in India – Every Indian must see this
Prominant Scams Before 2005

Harshad Mehta Big Bull Scam – 4000 crore
Lalu’s Chara Ghotala – 950 crores – July 2008 IAS officer Sajjal gets four-yr RI for 39 crore scam
Hawala Scandal – 5000 crores
Bofors Scandal – 64 crores (Also Read: 1 2 3)
Narendra Rastogi serial scammer – more than 43 crores (Read more1)
Dalmia Scandal – 595 crores
Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel fraud case-50 crores
UTI Scam – 32 crores
Mutual Fund Scam – 1350 crores
Bansali Scam – 1200 crores
Ketan Parekh’s Sebi Scam- 888 crores – June 08 – SC issues arrest warrant against Ketan Parekh
Cobbler Scam – 1000 crores
Bribe to allot petrol pumps scam
Churhat lottery scam – ?
Anantnag transport subsidy scam – ?
Bangalore – Mysore Infrastructure Corridor – ?
Kerala SNC Lavalin power scandal – 374.5 crore loss – Dec 09 – Accused CPM leader Vijayan gets bail in graft case.

January 2005
Telgi Scam – 171 crores – Telgi was sentenced 13 yrs RI and 100 cr fine. (Read More 1 2 Timeline 3)
Mayawati’s Taj Corridor- 175 crores alleged scam – Case was dropped in 2007 by the pecial designated court due to insufficient evidence (Read more 1 Is Politics such a high paying profession ? 2 May 2008 -Mayawati attempts to stop CBI investigation 3)
Motilal Goel Scam – 1000 crore

February 2005
West Bengal Telecom Scam – 400 crores
India’s unchecked textbooks racket – estimated 225 crores
Urea Scam – 133 crores

March 2005
Meghalaya lottery scam – 25000 crore

April 2005
Ration Card Scam – 3 crore
Car Financing Scam – ? crore
Junior Basic Trained teachers’ recruitment scam- ?

May 2005
Flood Relief Scam – 13 crores (Read more 1)
Let them eat plastic bags – Gautam Goswami

June 2005
Temple Lands Scam – 30 crores
Franking Scam – 30 crores

July 2005
Volkswagon Equity Scam – 11 crores – Sep 10 – CBI names 6 accused
National Slum Development Programme – 1.52 crores (Same guy of Flood Relief Scam May 05 who said “Victims can eat plastic bags”)
Kerala State Electricity Board – 89.32 crores (alleged corruption worth Rs. 100 crores was also involved in the drinking water project)

August 2005
Indian Oil Corporation Scam – ? crores

September 2005
Just talks of investigation of scam shaves off 89000 crores from the market capital
CBI nets 70 officials in all-India anti-corruption drive
Nagmani Scam – 1.5crore
Stamp Scam (Goa) – 30.19 crore

October 2005

Evasion of duty on High End Car’s – ? crore
Okhla Industrial Development Authority (Noida) land scam – ? crore
Employment Guarantee Scheme (EGS) Scam- 9.1 crore

Delivering a talk on Corruption in democratic governance,Pandey said that “At present, the total amount of black money in India has been estimated to be in the range of Rs 50,000 crore and Rs 1,00,000 crore. The most worrisome is the fact that even those quarters that are supposed to fight corruption are not totally corruption-resistant”.
Read more: ‘Black money behind politics’

November 2005
Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS) Scam – ? crores
National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India (NAFED) Scam – 250 crores – Sep 2007 – HC pulls up CBI for not registering case
“I am pained to observe that the law in this country punishes very harshly the small offenders involved in offences of stealing of small amounts to the tune of few hundreds or few thousands. ”Such accused are often sent to jail by the big fishes who defraud the exchequer of crores of rupees…they are dealt with by investigating agencies in a different manner and the law does not act with the same harshness to these offenders,” Justice Dhingra observed in a recent order. ”This attitude of the investigating agencies is beyong comprehension,” he said while directing the CBI to register a case against Pankaj Aggarwal, the alleged mastermind in the scam. Aggarwal has his business in Dubai.
December 2005
Election Fund Scam – ? Crores
Operation Blackboard scam – 1000 crores
Oil for Food Scam – ?

January 2006
Rice Scam – 320 crores
Benami Demat Scam – 30 crores (Sanjay Pandey the same guy in cobbler scam pre 2005)

February 2006
Benami IPO Scam – 32 crores
Liquor Scam – 3600 crores

March 2006
Jaitley an MP who allegedly bailed out Ketan Parekh in Madhavpura Mercantile Co-operative Bank scam case (see Pre 2005 list) one of the biggest scammers enjoys a lavish lifestyle.
The controversial Scorpene Deal – ? crores

April 2006
MTNL GSM Scam – 450 crore

May 2006
Chautala Scam – 1400 crores
BPL Red Cards Scam – 1400 crores

June 2006
The Great Wheat Scam – ?
UTI Franchisee forgery – ? crores
Punjab State Council of Education Research and Training (SCERT) Scam – more than 3 crores

July 2006
BPO Scam – more than 3 crore
Bellary bribe – 150 crore
Duty Exemption Pass Book (DEPB) scheme Scam – 10 crore

August 2006
Unaccounted money on sale of petrol pumps – 18 crores
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh goes on a multi-crore holiday extravaganza – 2.5 crores
Tata Finance scandal – ? crores
September 2006
Top Punjab cops booked for wireless sets scam – 5 crores
Koda Scandal – 2500 crores – Nov 09 – First arrest made Feb 10 – 1 crore ceized , Ujjawal Chaudhary, senior Income Tax (I-T) officer who was going to reveal connections with politicians and hawals traders abruptly shifted
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh in real estate fraud – more than 2100 crores (See Aug 2006)
Earlier, all of them had got anticipatory bail from the Punjab and Haryana High Court. Today, they moved regular bail applications. A senior counsel of the Supreme Court appearing on behalf of Captain Amarinder Singh had stressed before the court that his client be granted regular bail till the conclusion of the trial.

“We are discussing legal recourse to be taken in the Apex Court. We may even file public interest litigation before the Supreme Court asking for intervention in the case. It is a mockery of the law we are witnessing in the case. Scores of witnesses are going back on their words. We may even demand the CBI inquiry into the change of stance by the witnesses,” – Report of Jan 2008

October 2006
West Bengal State Consumer’s Federation Ltd (CONFED) Paddy Scam– ? crore
SEZ Controversies – RBI fears of a revenue loss — some Rs. 170,000 crore over the next five years by way of income tax, excise and customs duties foregone (based on a NIPF study). Read More 1
Dharmesh Doshi, Madhavpura Cooperative Bank scam – 1030 crores
Barak Missile Deal – 400 crore – The CBI case alleges that Rs 2 crore were paid to the president of a political party (Jaya Jaitley), who functioned from the residence of the then Defence Minister (George Fernandes). March 2008 Nandas claim innocence
Blood Test Kit Scam – ?

November 2006
Bangalore Development Authority and Bangalore Mahanagara Palike on illegal constructions – 180 crore
NSDL and CDSL bags illegitimate profits in an IPO manipulation scam– 116 crore

December 2006
SMS Con – 40-100 crore (Read more 1)
Agrofed job scam – ? crore
Haj Quota scam- bribes taken to illegally procure seats from the Government’s subsidised Haj quota for 1 lakh muslims.

January 2007
Illegal Telephone Exchanges Scam – 1000 crores
Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFC) Scam – swindled 12,000 crores of small investors before leaving the state
Karnataka State Government to award a meagre cash prize (Rs. 2,000) to Jayant Tinaikar, who reportedly exposed the fake stamp paper scam 12 years ago.

February 2007
Uranium Corporation of India Limited Scam – 20 crores
Oriental Bank Scam – 596.44 crores
Mandankumar Scam – 3.5 crores

March 2007
Pune Hassan Ali Khan Scam – 50 crores – I-T department, ED, and IB estimates that several thousand crore rupees were routed out of India(possibly swiss banks) through havala and banking channels. (Read More 1 2)
Congress MP Moni Kumar Subba from Tezpur, lied about his Indian nationality for 16 years manages to scam the country off by 25000 crores
There is little chance of recovery in most of these cases as there are not many assets to recover the arrears, officials claimed.

April 2007
Air Ticket Booking Scam – 13 crores
The Royapettah Benefit Fund (RBF) in Chennai went bust drowning Rs 450 crore and leaving investors and depositors in the lurch a company allowed to operate by RBI.
Fertilizers Subsidies Scam – ? crores

May 2007
Arunachal Pradesh’s corrupt governance: 1000 crores (Read moreMisappropriation under former CM Gegong Apang and present incumbent Dorjee Khandu) Aug 10 – Apang arrested
There were a number of cases regarding mismanagement in the Public Distribution System. People in the villages were not getting enough food allotted by the Centre. Cooperative rural banking scams affected small depositors like labourers and teachers. The hydel power sector was also in doldrums.
Sampoorn Gramin Rojgar Yogana Scam – 457 crores . Dec 07 – Scam referred to CBI.
A muti-crore scam under which the poor were deprived of foodgrains under the state scheme. A systematic loot was taking place in the state and the government was not willing to give permission for holding a CBI probe into the scam running into crores of rupees.
Warehouse Receipts Scandal – 500 crores

July 2007
Stock Holding Corporation of India Limited (SHCIL) Scam – ?
Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (HMWS&SB)Scam – ?
Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) recruitment scam – 8 crores
Three judges of the High Court were found taking favours from Ravi Sidhu, former PPSC chairman. On April 19, 2004, 25 sitting judges of the High Court had gone on mass leave protesting Chief Justice B K Roy’s move to seek an explanation from two judges, Justice Vinay Mittal and Varinder Singh, who had allegedly applied for membership of a private golf course, Forest Hill Resort Club. The club was involved in litigation and was later demolished on the orders of the High Court. The club was illegally constructed in complete violation of Forest and Environment laws. Honorary memberships were given to IAS officers and the two judges to legitimise the illegalities

August 2007
Delhi Development Authority canteen owner Ashok Malhotra ownedmore than 50 cars and 10 motorcycles were recovered, all bearing special VIP number plates. Raid unearthed 5000 land documents, ? crores
Former Supreme Court Chief Justice YK Sabharwal was involved in dubious judicial deal-making that earned his sons huge profits. – ? crores
September 2007
Kerala State Cooperative Bank Scam – 2000 crores
Aircraft Import Scam – 1059 crores
Leave Travel Concession (LTC) Scam – loss of Rs 200 crore to Government and PSUs.
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Land Scam – ? crores
‘ISRO comes directly under the prime minister and it is they who have to launch an inquiry and not us. If they are ready for it, then the state government will provide all necessary help,’ – Kerala Chief Minister V.S. Achuthanandan

October 2007
Das filed the petition challenging the actions of the banks in waiving of around Rs 2,300 crore of public money arbitrarily without any valid reason. Describing this as the largest single waiver in the history of Indian banking industry.
Fake housing projects in north India – 500 crores – Y S Rana from Delhi. Rana was the owner of PS&G Developers and Engineers Ltd arrested by EOW.
Kidney Transplant Racket – ? crores more than a 1000 victims. (Read more 1 2 3 4bar)
Many innocent labourers lost their kidney in lure of money and job.The racket is believed to be spread in various states, including Jammu and Kashmir, Rajasthan, Haryana, Delhi and Maharashtra. Source
Coal India Ltd illegally diverted at least Rs10 crore from the funds it had collected for over a decade and meant for the Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund (PMNRF).
Part of the funds collected at the time of the Kargil war for the NDF have been transmitted as late as 27 August 2007, after the initiation of this inquiry.” The Kargil war happened in 1999.

December 2007
Funds collected for victims of the Kargil war, Orissa cyclone and Gujarat earthquake were misused by top IAS officers in Punjab – the documents prove that officers posted as deputy commissioners in Ludhiana, Patiala and Sangrur misappropriated and misused crores of money while heading the Red Cross societies in their districts.
Lucknow Development Authority (LDA) Land Scam – 6 crores

January 2008
Punjab VB arrests whistle-blower
Punjab vigilance bureau is penny wise and pound foolish. A sub-divisional officer (SDO) who blew the whistle on a scam worth crores was arrested by the bureau in an alleged graft case (see pre 2005 SNC Lavalin). While the SDO has been suspended, his own report on the utilisation of border area funds — exposing what is probably the tip of the iceberg — is gathering dust.

February 2008
Kolkotta Museum Scam – 18 crores
One of the biggest repositories of the country’s cultural and historical heritage, has been siphoning off crores of rupees under the pretext of preserving priceless artifacts, a probe has found.

March 2008
Senior Punjab IAS officer suspended for going out of his way to help a company by hiring it without inviting tenders and extending advances without proper bank guarantees. The company failed to repay, causing loss of Rs 20 crore to the corporation.
KPMG – India is “fraud haven”

April 2008
BCCI Dalmiya Scam – ? crores
Illegal export of sandalwood – 5 crores

June 2008
Madhya Pradesh Health Minister Ajay Vishnoi quits after Income Tax raid on brother’s premises – 500 crore
Hotel Le Meridien Credit card skimming – 1 crore

July 2008
Parliamentary horse trading – ? crores
Ghaziabad Provident Fund scam – 23 crores – involved 83 accused included 36 judges, including one sitting Supreme Court judge, 11 High Court judges and 24 judges of subordinate judiciary. Beneficiaries of the ill-gotten money which was siphoned off fraudulently on the basis of fake documents and fictitious government servants and withdrawal of crores of rupees from the provident fund account of third and fourth-grade employees in Ghaziabad region between 2001 and 2008.(Read more 1) Chief Justice of India KG Balakrishnan denied heading the bench hearing (Read more 1) Dec 08 – CBI says it would seek permission to interrogate the judges. Oct – 09 – Key accused dies of heart attack while in custody Jul 10 No evidence against 17 out 41 judges and 24 remaining judges
Ghaziabad police sought permission from the Chief Justice of India and Allahabad Court to initiate a probe against the judges accused in this scam. While the Allahabad High Court dismissed the petition summarily, at the Supreme Court, Chief Justice K. Balakrishnan handled the request with remarkable astuteness and ordered a novel method of investigation that would protect the prestige and the reputation of the judiciary as far as possible.

August 2008
Fake Currency Scam in Uttar Pradesh Bank – 1.5 crores

September 2008
Fake RBI Cheques Scam – 14 crores

October 2008
Shirdi Ghat Repair – ? crores

November 2008
Mid Day Meal Scam – 15.37 crores
2G Spectrum Scam – 1,76,000 crores Dec 08 – Center claims that charges are baseless (Read more 1 2 3 4)
Satyam Computer’s Emergency Management Research Institute (EMRI) Ambulance Services Scam – 5600 crores

December 2008
E-ticketing fraud – 5 crores

January 2009
11 Directors of National Agricultural Marketing Federation of India(Nafed) face criminal action in a Rs3,700 crore fraud.
Satyam Fraud – 7 to 14000 crores – Pricewaterhouse Coopers saw no fraud in Satyam – Nov 09 CBI arrested Satyam’s internal audit head V S Prabhakar Gupta for allegedly fabricating account books, just days before it is due to file a second chargesheet in the multi-crore fraud at the IT firm. Jul 10 – Promoters wrongfully gained 2643 crores (Read more 1 2 3 4 5 6 7)
Reports said that investors like DSP Merrill Lynch, DSP Blackrock, ILFS Financial Services and Deutsche Bank offloaded their shares days before Satyam fraud came out in open.

May 2009
Computer Purchasing Fraud – 1.53 crores
Divine Homeopath Investment Manager – 1600 crore
Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) arms deal scam – ? crores – Jul 10 – 6 firms get blacklisted
Dr A S Bindra father of ace shooter Abhinav Bindra and managing director of Punjab Meats Limited, Dera Bassion had charges of cheating, fraud and forgery. He committed fraud with a Delhi-based private financial company, Apple India, to the tune of Rs 4.31 crore and with the IndusInd Bank to the tune of Rs 5 crore. (Read more 1)

June 2009
Ashok Jadeja Divine Ayurved and Money Multiplier – 100 to 1600 crores (Read more 1)
MCD 45000 Fake Employees Scam – 500-1000 crores annually

July 2009
Bitumen Scam – more than 100 crores
Chhattisgarh Paddy Scam – 4000 crores

August 2009
All India Council of Technical Education bribery scam – ? crores – Chairman R.A. Yadav, who drew a monthly salary of about Rs 80,000, had amassed property worth crores.
Metal Scrap Scam – ? crores
SBI Kanpur – 52 crores – Assistant General Manager, 2 Chief Managers and some senior managers, who were suspected to be directly involved in pilfering the bank by crediting fake cheques into select accounts.

September 2009
Austra Coke – 1000 crores
Bollywood star Nasir Khan figures in multi crore rupee chit fund scam – 191 crore

October 2009
Gold Quest Scam – 1100 crore

December 2009
Dr Suresh Dhotre medicine fraud – 47 crores

January 2010
IAS officer Pradeep Sharma Bheed Bazaar Land allotment scam – 70 crores
Railways and LIC Scam – 400 crores

February 2010
Bhopal Home Loan Scam – 2 crores
Wipro Embezzlement Fraud – 180 crores
Chak De India Scam – ?
PAN Card Scam – 3 crores

March 2010
Kandla Port Trust (KPT) Scam – ? crores – 16000 acres of land was leased out to few parties at nominal rates.
Fake Income Tax Returns Scam – 6 crores

April 2010
President of the Medical Council of India (MCI), Dr Ketan Desai in college scam – 500 crores – Demanded Rs 40 lakh from students seeking admission in a capitation fee racket and money for allotting seat as a management quota student. (Read more 1 2)
Financial Fraud hits 87% of Indian companies

Perception of Fraud in India

June 2010
Canara Bank defrauded – 9.14 crore
Railway Recruitment Board Paper Leak – 15.5 crore (Read more 1 2)

July 2010
Lalit Modi Indian Premier League (IPL) Scam – 1200 crores (Read more 1)

August 2010
Commonwealth Games Scam – 8000 crores (Read more 1 2)

September 2010
Senior citizen savings scheme (SCSS) Post Office Scam – 2 crores (Read more 1)

October 2010
International Film Festival of India (IFFI) Infrastructure creation Scam in Goa – ? crores
Adarsh Society Scam – ? crores

November 2010
State-owned Mineral Scrap Trading Corporation (MSTC) was defraudedby jewelery traders – 1400 crores

December 2010
Citibank swindle – 300 crores (Read more 1)

2011 – What’s next ?

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Telgi-scam-worth-just-Rs-171-cr/articleshow/2162794.cms

DISCLAIMER: 1 crore is 10 million. All amounts are reported estimates and in Indian Rupees. A “question mark” indicates that the amount of misappropriation is unknown. I tried my best not to repeat any scams and I don’t claim this to be error free. Deriving an exact or a real figure is not possible. Please let me know if there are any corrections or additions that need to be made. My only intention is to bring forward the deep rooted corruption in the system, and it is not to attack or promote any group, person or institution. All links are working as of 17 Feb 2011
I think the Total of 2011 is will be the highest ever in history..

UPA SCAMS IN PICTURES

LINK: http://post.jagran.com/Scams-in-UPA-regime-bigger-than-budget-of-a-developed-nation-1360841957

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Top ten scams of UPA govt under Congress rule

Link: http://www.unitedprogressivealliance.com/scams/

1) 2G SPECTRUM SCAM: We have had a number of scams in India; but none bigger than the scam involving the process of allocating unified access service licenses. At the heart of this Rs.1.76-lakh crore worth of scam is the former Telecom Minister A. Raja who according to the CAG, has evaded norms at every level as he carried out the dubious 2G license awards in 2008 at a throw-away price which were pegged at 2001 prices.

2) Commonwealth Games Scam: Another feather in the cap of Indian scandal list is Commonwealth Games loot. Yes, literally a loot! Even before the long awaited sporting bonanza could see the day of light, the grand event was soaked in the allegations of corruption. It is estimated that out of Rs. 70000 crore spent on the Games, only half the said amount was spent on Indian sportspersons. The Central Vigilance Commission, involved in probing the alleged corruption in various Commonwealth Games-related projects, has found discrepancies in tenders like payment to non-existent parties, will-ful delays in execution of contracts, over-inflated price and bungling in purchase of equipment through tendering and misappropriation of funds.

3) TELGI SCAM: As they say, every scam must have something unique in it to make money out of it in an unscrupulous manner- and Telgi scam had all the suspense and drama that the scandal needed to thrive and be busted. Abdul Karim Telgi had mastered the art of forgery in printing duplicate stamp papers and sold them to banks and other institutions. The tentacles of the fake stamp and stamp paper case had penetrated 12 states and was estimated at a whooping Rs. 20000 crore plus. The Telgi clearly had a lot of support from government departments that were responsible for the production and sale of high security stamps.
4) SATYAM SCAM: The scam at Satyam Computer Services is something that will shatter the peace and tranquillity of Indian investors and shareholder community beyond repair. Satyam is the biggest fraud in the corporate history to the tune of Rs. 14000 crore.
The company’s disgraced former chairman Ramalinga Raju kept everyone in the dark for a decade by fudging the books of accounts for several years and inflating revenues and profit figures of Satyam. Finally, the company was taken over by the Tech Mahindra which has done wonderfully well to revive the brand Satyam.

5) BOFORS SCAM: The Bofors scandal is known as the hallmark of Indian corruption. The Bofors scam was a major corruption scandal in India in the 1980s; when the then PM Rajiv Gandhi and several others including a powerful NRI family named the Hindujas, were accused of receiving kickbacks from Bofors AB for winning a bid to supply India’s 155 mm field howitzer. The Swedish State Radio had broadcast a startling report about an undercover operation carried out by Bofors, Sweden’s biggest arms manufacturer, whereby $16 million were allegedly paid to members of PM Rajiv Gandhi’s Congress. Most of all, the Bofors scam had a strong emotional appeal because it was a scam related to the defense services and India’s security interests.

6) THE FODDER SCAM: If you haven’t heard of Bihar’s fodder scam of 1996, you might still be able to recognize it by the name of Chara Ghotala , as it is popularly known in the vernacular language. In this corruption scandal worth Rs.900 crore, an unholy nexus was traced involved in fabrication of vast herds of fictitious livestock for which fodder, medicine and animal husbandry equipment was supposedly procured.

7) THE HAWALA SCANDAL: The Hawala case to the tune of $18 million bribery scandal, which came in the open in 1996, involved payments allegedly received by country’s leading politicians through hawala brokers. From the list of those accused also included Lal Krishna Advani who was then the Leader of Opposition. Thus, for the first time in Indian politics, it gave a feeling of open loot all around the public, involving all the major political players being accused of having accepted bribes and also alleged connections about payments being channelled to Hizbul Mujahideen militants in Kashmir.

8) IPL SCAM: Well, I am running out of time and space over here. The list of scandals in India is just not ending and becoming grave by every decade. Most of us are aware about the recent scam in IPL and embezzlement with respect to bidding for various franchisees. The scandal already claimed the portfolios of two big-wigs in the form of Shashi Tharoor and former IPL Chief Lalit Modi.

9 and 10) HARSHAD MEHTA & KETAN PAREKH STOCK MARKET SCAM: Although not corruption scams, these have affected many people. There is no way that the investor community could forget the unfortunate Rs. 4000 crore Harshad Mehta scam and over Rs. 1000 crore Ketan Parekh scam which eroded the shareholders wealth in form of big market jolt.

LIST OF SCAMS BY THE CONGRESS LED UPA GOVERNMENT

1. Insurance Scam
2. Telecom scam (Sukh Ram)
3. HDW Submarine
4. Bitumen scam
5. Tansi land deal
6. Securities Scam
7. JMM Bribery Scandal
8. St Kitts case
9. Urea scam
10. CRB Scam
11. Anantnag transport scam
12. 1971 Nagarwala scandal
13. Fooder scam
14. Churhat lottery scam
15. Bofors Scandal (1990)
16. Animal Husbandry Case(1990)
17. Bombay Stock Exchange Fraud
18. Hawala scandal (1993)
19. Bangalore-Mysore Corridor (1995)
20. Sukh Ram (1996)
21. Fodder Scam in Bihar (1996)
22. Kerala SNC Lavalin power scandal(97)
23. Home Trade
24. Ketan Parekh Scandal,
25. Barak Missile Deal Scandal,
26. Tehelka Scandal (2001)
27. UTI Scam
28. Taj corridor case (2002–2003)
29. Telgi scandal (2003)
30. DSQ Software
31. IPO Scam- karvy
32. Oil-for-food programme scam (Natwar) (05)
33. Human Trafficking Scam (Babubhai Katara)
34. Cash-for-votes scandal
35. Satyam scandal
36. 2G Spectrum- 2008
37. Madhu Koda, laundering money Rs. 4000 Cr
38. NREGA Scam
39. CWG
40. Adarsh
41. Coalgate

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