India's CBI seeks arrest warrants for Ananda Krishnan, three others


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PETALING JAYA: India's Central Bureau of Investigations has applied for warrants of arrest against business tycoon Tan Sri Ananda Krishnan and three others in a money laundering case in New Delhi, The New Indian Express reported.

The report said on Tuesday that the CBI had applied to the special CBI court to issue the arrest warrants against Ananda, Maxis Communication Berhad, Astro All Asia Network and its chief executive Augustus Ralph Marshall.

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