New Delhi: The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) has sent out a look-out circular with the names of over 20 people suspected of economic offence, sources said on Monday. Sources said the circular includes the name of Naresh Goyal, the Chairman of the now-grounded Jet Airways. The lookout notice has been served against people who allegedly siphoned funds or were involved in serious fraud and irregular transactions, sources said. Indicating a strict stance against economic offenders, the circular sent out to investigating and securities agencies say their “summer vacation needs to stop”. The development comes soon after Naresh Goyal and his wife Anita were offloaded from a London-bound flight in Mumbai on Saturday. According to sources, they were offloaded due to a lookout circular issued against them by the MCA and the Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO).
CLARE WILL WELCOME their All-Ireland heroes home at a public event in Ennis tomorrow night.The Banner lifted Liam MacCarthy for the first time in 16 years after a thrilling 5-16 to 3-16 win over Cork in this evening’s All-Ireland hurling final replay.Davy Fitzgerald’s senior squad will share a joint homecoming with the county’s U21s, who clinched a second successive All-Ireland title by beating Antrim a fortnight ago.The event at Tim Smythe Park (formerly known as The Fair Green) will begin at 6pm tomorrow evening with big screen entertainment and musical acts.“The sense of achievement that the Clare hurlers have instilled in the people of Clare, irrespective of whether they are hurling fans, cannot be understated,” the Mayor of Clare, Cllr Joe Arkins, said this evening.“The country has not seen hurling teams as exciting and gifted as these young sides in many a year.”For those who cannot be in attendance, the homecoming will be broadcast around the world on the Ennis App and on ennisapp.ie.All-Ireland final report: O’Donnell’s dream day fires Clare to victory10 of the best tweets on a sensational All-Ireland hurling final