The CBI took over the probe against the two directors of Webwork Trade Links, a Ghaziabad based online trading company, on June 27.
They also registered a case following a May 2 order passed by the Allahabad High Court.
It is alleged that the two directors ran the business on the lines of a ponzi-scheme and tricked people.
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Ballabgarh lynching: Haryana police arrest 4 for 'inciting mob'
In a major breakthrough, Haryana police arrested four persons regarding Ballabgarh lynching, in which Muslim teenager Junaid Khan was killed and his brothers were injured in a train bound for Mathura.
According to police, the four arrested men were responsible for provoking others.
However, one among the arrested men revealed that the man who stabbed Junaid and his brothers was not in their group.
World Spa resident loses Rs. 12 lakh in online fraud
Dr Nawal Kishore Choudhary, a resident of World Spa condominium, was duped of Rs. 12 lakh by fraudsters who carried out transactions via online banking.
A case has been registered and the investigation is ongoing.
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7-year-old girl's body found in box floating in Delhi canal
The police found the body of a 7-year-old girl today, who went missing since June 21, in a canal in Bhajanpura.
The girl had no external injury marks on her body. Her body has been sent for an autopsy to ascertain if she was sexually assaulted before she was killed.
The police suspect the involvement of a person who possibly knew her family.
Rains bring respite but monsoon yet to arrive in Delhi
Heavy rainfall lashed Delhi and NCR on Wednesday. There were thunderstorms reported and traffic movement slowed down due to water logging.
According to MET officials monsoon is yet to arrive in the national capital and will take another 24 to 48 hours.
A MET official said, "Monsoon is inching closer towards the capital. Once it reaches UP, Delhi can see monsoon soon."
Study: Delhi's road signs are faulty, don't comply with norms
A study conducted by the Institute of Road Traffic Education(IRTE) revealed that 75% of road-signs and markings in Delhi are flawed and don't comply with the prescribed norms, which results in traffic violations.
According to IRTE, the problem is that road-owning agencies insert the signs within wrong boards, despite the fact that each road sign has a prescribed shape and color.