Film star Shilpa Shetty's husband Raj Kundra was interrogated for over ten hours at the Enforcement Directorate's (ED) office in connection with a Bitcoin scam amounting to more than Rs 2,000 crore.Kundra was being interrogated for his alleged dealings with Amit Bhardwaj, who was arrested two months ago in Delhi and is known for being a kingpin of sorts in the cryptocurrency market in India and overseas."We suspect certain bitcoin transactions between the main accused Amit Bharadwaj and Raj Kundra. And we are investigating Kundra to ascertain if he has gained anything from it," a source at the ED told Moneycontrol.Close "Raj Kundra and Amit Bhardwaj might have some links in Hash mining for Bitcoin in China," the source added. related news Tata Motors global wholesales dip 19% in October SC to not hear Shiv Sena's hearing on November 12 Congress leaders arrive in Mumbai to meet Sharad Pawar Kundra said that Bhardwaj was interested in buying a team in … [Read more...] about ED interrogates Raj Kundra over Bitcoin scam for more than 10 hours
Do you know there is a social networking platform just for women? It’s called Healofy. What is the need for such a platform, you ask? Here goes:For a woman, there are many topics that she is hesitant to talk about –online or offline. While online platforms present themselves inclusive for all but not all platforms let women freely talk about pregnancy, parenting, food, baby care, and lifestyle, among other things.Seeing this as a gap, Gaurav Aggarwal, Co-Founder and CEO of Healofy started a women-only vernacular social networking platform.Close Why the name Healofy? related news Bayer CropScience Q2 profit up slightly at Rs 169.8 crore Viacom18 launches multi-format kids app VOOT Kids Exclusive | 10 years on: How govt's Rs 600cr vaccine complex failed to take-off “Healofy is my third startup. Before Healofy, we were trying to solve the problem of expecting women (pregnant women). So I was starting a company called Ozone, which is when we realized the life … [Read more...] about Here’s a look at Healofy – a social networking platform only for women
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