04 Nov 2012
Market regulator Sebi has decided to seek help from public sector banks and KYC Registration Agencies (KRAs) for carrying out 'in-person verification' of about 3 crore investors in the high-profile Sahara case.
29 Mar 2016
New Delhi: The Supreme Court today allowed market regulator SEBI to go ahead with the sale of Sahara properties whose unencumbered title deeds are in its possession.
12 May 2016
New Delhi: In a breather to Sahara chief Subrata Roy, the Supreme Court today extended his parole till July 11 to enable him to deposit Rs 200 crore with market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).
23 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Sahara Chief Subrata Roy and two other group directors will have to surrender to custody within a week, with the Supreme Court today terminating the "interim arrangements" of granting parole to them.
05 Sep 2016
New Delhi: The Supreme Court will hear the plea of the Arvind Kejriwal government against the Delhi High Court's decision that Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung is the administrative head of the National Capital Territory on Friday. The Kejriwal government moved the Supreme Court challenging the decision.
26 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Sahara chief Subrata Roy tells Supreme Court that he is ready to pay additional Rs 300 crore which should be adjusted with the bank guarantee.
26 Mar 2013
The Securities Appellate Tribunal on Tuesday adjourned its hearing till April 13 on Sahara group chief Subrata Roy's plea against Sebi's attachment order of his bank accounts and other assets, along with those of two group firms and their top executives.
23 Mar 2013
The Securities Appellate Tribunal will begin the final hearing on a plea by Sahara chief Subrata Roy on Saturday against market regulator Sebi's attachment order on his bank accounts and other assets, along with those of two group firms and their top executives.
30 Nov 2012
Sahara Group on Friday moved the Supreme Court against the order of the Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) dismissing its appeal against market regulator SEBI in a case involving refund of about Rs 24,000 crore with interest to about three crore investors.
10 Jan 2013
The Supreme Court on Wednesday declined a plea by two Sahara Group companies seeking the review of the August 31 verdict directing them to return to the investors Rs.17,400 crore, which the group had mopped up through Optionally Fully Convertible Debentures (OFCD) in 2008 and 2009, with 15 percent interest.