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Top five(5) scam’s of india

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Top five(5) scam’s of india

  1. 1. Top Five(5) Scam’s Of India Guneet Singh Arjun Sharma Rajbir Arora
  2. 3. What Is A Scam? It is defined as obtaining money by means of deception including fake personalities, fake photos, fake template letters, non-existent addresses and phone numbers, forged documents.
  3. 4. Top Five(5) Scams OF India <ul><li>2G Scam </li></ul><ul><li>Commonwealth Games Scam </li></ul><ul><li>Satyam Scam </li></ul><ul><li>IPL Scam </li></ul><ul><li>The Hawala Scandal </li></ul>
  4. 5. 2G Spectrum Scam WHAT IS SPECTRUM SCAM? 2G licenses issued to private telecom players at throwaway prices in 2008 Spectrum scam has cost the government Rs. 1.76 lakh crore Rules and procedures flouted while issuing licenses
  5. 6. Person Involved in the 2G Spectrum Scam! Andimuthu Raja or A. Raja (Former Telecom Minister)
  6. 7. Common-Wealth-Games Scam Commonwealth Games 2010, Delhi: National Shame, Or Scam? The grand event was soaked in the allegations of corruption. Rs 36,000 crores or $8 billion scam!
  7. 8. Person Involved in the Common-Wealth-Games Scam! Suresh Kalmadi is an Indian politician and senior sports administrator.
  8. 9. 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.
  9. 10. Satyam is the biggest fraud in the corporate history to the tune of Rs. 14000 crore.
  10. 11. Person Involved in the Satyam Scam! Ramalinga Raju, chair of Satyam Computer Services Ltd.
  11. 12. Indian Premier League (IPL) Scam one of the world's richest sports leagues, which he almost single-handedly turned into a $4.1 billion enterprise
  12. 14. The Hawala Scandal <ul><li>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 </li></ul>
  13. 15. <ul><li>From the list of those accused also included Lal Krishna Advani who was then the Leader of Opposition. </li></ul><ul><li>There were also alleged connections with payments being channelled to Hizbul Mujahideen militants in Kashmir. </li></ul>