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Employees and customer raise slogans outside Sahara India Pariwar office during protest against Subrata Roy, Chairman of Sahara India Pariwar, in Patna

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Sahara chief Subrata Roy waves as he enters the Supreme Court to appear for hearing in a case against the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) over a dispute of returning money to its investors, in New Delhi.

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Sahara chief Subrata Roy being produced at the Supreme Court for a hearing in a case against him filed by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) over a dispute of returning money to its investors, in New Delhi.

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Subrata Roy in fine fettle in 2013, before Tihar

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Good Sahara Tihar jail was to turn a portion of its premises into an ultra-mod corporate office, hosting negotiations meant to retire a huge debt. Subroto Roy’s fate is hanging.

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A man throws ink on Chairman of Sahara India Pariwar Subrata Roy, as he walks into the Supreme Court in New Delhi.

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The man who nailed Sahara. K.M. Abraham—former board member of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), and the man who investigated the Sahara scam

Imposing portals of Sahara Shahar

Open-top ride with Hema Malini

Subrata Roy with Deve Gowda

Bill & Co Clinton and Chatwal come calling, and the Lohiaites are in attendance, in 2005

Sahara Chief Subrata Roy, with face smeared with ink thrown by a lawyer, walks to appear before the Supreme Court in New Delhi after a weekend in the UP police custody.

AFP (From Outlook 17 March 2014)

B&W portraits Singing the national anthem with his employees in 2013

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A lawyer from Meerut, Manoj Sharma, removes his shirt after throwing ink on Chairman of Sahara India Pariwar Subrata Roy outside the Supreme Court in New Delhi. Sharma is the same person who had hurled a slipper at Congress leader Suresh Kalmadi in April 2010 when he was brought in custody in a Commonwealth Games graft case.

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A lawyer from Meerut, Manoj Sharma, removes his shirt after throwing ink on Chairman of Sahara India Pariwar Subrata Roy outside the Supreme Court in New Delhi. Sharma is the same person who had hurled a slipper at Congress leader Suresh Kalmadi in April 2010 when he was brought in custody in a Commonwealth Games graft case.

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A man throws ink on Chairman of Sahara India Pariwar Subrata Roy, as he walks into the Supreme Court in New Delhi.

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Sahara Chief Subrata Roy, with face smeared with ink thrown by a lawyer, walks to appear before the Supreme Court in New Delhi after a weekend in the UP police custody.

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Sahara Chief Subrata Roy brought to the Supreme Court amidst chaotic scenes.

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TV Grab: Calling him a thief, a man from Gwalior threw ink on the face of Sahara chief Subrata Roy when he was brought to the Supreme Court amidst chaotic scenes.

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Sahara Chief Subrata Roy is escorted by the police officials after he surrendered in Lucknow, two days after a non-bailable warrant was issued against him by the Supreme Court.

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Sahara group chief Subrata Roy's son Seemanto Roy addressing a press conference in New Delhi.

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File: Sahara Chief Subrata Roy was arrested in Lucknow, after evading for two days a non-bailable warrant issued by the Supreme Court for his failure to appear before it in a case of non-refund of Rs 20,000 crore to investors.

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Sahara firm officials coming out of the Supreme Court in New Delhi.

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Chairman of Sahara India Pariwar Subrata Roy comes out of Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI) office in Mumbai.

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Sahara group chief Subrata Roy at SEBI office in Mumbai. Roy and three other top executives appeared before market regulator Sebi, which had summoned them in the high-profile case involving refund of an estimated Rs 24,000 crore to over three crore investors.

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Sahara group chief Subrata Roy at SEBI office in Mumbai. Roy and three other top executives appeared before market regulator Sebi, which had summoned them in the high-profile case involving refund of an estimated Rs 24,000 crore to over three crore investors.

Photo by Apoorva Salkade

Sebi freezes assets of Sahara group cos shicl and sirecl, and that of Subrata Roy, top execs. Sahara had reneged on SC order to repay `26,000 cr of investor money.

The SC upholds SEBI order, indicts two SAHARA GROUP firms of economic offences in their OFCDs issue from 2008; `24,400 cr to be refunded to 2.21 cr depositors.

Sahara’s Subroto Roy

Fotocorp (From Outlook, February 27, 2011)

Miffed at BCCI’s no-concession line on Yuvraj, SAHARA to nix sponsor deal for Team India and IPL team Pune Warriors; `2,200 cr hit for cricket body. Parleys on.

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Sahara India's Managing Director Subroto Roy speaks during a press conference in Mumbai. Sahara India announced it will end its sponsorship of the national cricket team and would also give up its ownership of Indian Premier League team Pune Warriors. Sahara had been paying 3.34 crore rupees for each test, one-dayer and Twenty20 game.

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Suniel Anand, son of actor Dev Anand (L) and Subroto Roy (R) chairman Sahara Group, carry the casket of the Famed Bollywood actor Dev Anand, surrounded by mourners and media, as it arrives at the Putney Vale Crematorium in London. Anand died of cardiac arrest in London on Dec. 3, 2011, and his remains are to be returned to India for immersion burial in the Godavari river.

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SEBI comes down heavy on SAHARA group for irregularities in debentures scheme, places strictures, asks two group firms to return `4,843 cr collected to investors with 15% interest.

Pakistan's former cricket captain Shoaib Malik and tennis star Sania Mirza, pose for a photograph along with Sania's father Imran Mirza, Sahara Group chief Subroto Roy and mother Naseema Mirza during their wedding reception in Hyderabad.

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The ongoing crisis in Indian hockey was today resolved with Indian Olympic Association President Suresh Kalmadi brokering a compromise deal between the game's administrators and the striking players, who have been promised an immediate disbursement of Rs one crore, sponsored by Sahara India.

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