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Coins, stamps found in Navi Mumbai raid

December 02, 2003 12:32 IST

Hours after seizure of fake currency and stamp papers from a Nashik bungalow, police raided a house in Panvel, Navi Mumbai, on Monday and found "426 small boxes" of old, used stamps and coins of various nations.

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Whether the collections were original or fake is yet to be ascertained, the police said.

Prasoon Agarwal, arrested in the Rs 72 lakh fake stamps dump case, owned the house, police said. The Nashik bungalow also belonged to him.


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Sub: tons of fake curency/stamps/coins found in navi mumbai

The population of businessmen engaged in unethical/spurious businesses in India seem to be far higher than the population of businessmen engaged in ethical/genuine businesses. It ...


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Sub: misleading

the scam is said to be of about 30,000 crore and sit is just looking for coins (that too original). either sit is misleading or ...


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