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May 09, 2007
India's Bharat Chikkara (L) celebrates with Tushar Khandkar after scoring India's first goal against...
Ipoh, Malaysia
India's Bharat Chikkara celebrates with Khandkar after scoring India's first goal against Argentina during...
India's Bharat Chikkara (L) celebrates with Tushar Khandkar after scoring India's first goal against Argentina during their Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament in Ipoh, 200 km (124 miles) north of Kuala Lumpur May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (MALAYSIA)
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May 09, 2007
India's Bharat Chikkara (L) celebrates with teammates (R to L) Gurbaj Singh, Roshnan Minz and Tushar...
Ipoh, Malaysia
India players celebrate after scoring against Argentina during their Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament...
India's Bharat Chikkara (L) celebrates with teammates (R to L) Gurbaj Singh, Roshnan Minz and Tushar Khandkar after scoring India's first goal against Argentina during their Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament in Ipoh, 200 km (124 miles) north of Kuala Lumpur May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (MALAYSIA)
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May 09, 2007
India's Bharat Chikkara (L) blocks the ball away from Argentina's Ignacio Ricardo during their Sultan...
Ipoh, Malaysia
India's Chikkara blocks the ball away from Argentina's Ricardo during their Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey...
India's Bharat Chikkara (L) blocks the ball away from Argentina's Ignacio Ricardo during their Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament match in Ipoh, 200 km (124 miles) north of Kuala Lumpur May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (MALAYSIA)
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June 18, 2006
Australia's Travis Brooks (L) and teammate Grant Schubert (2nd L) fight for a loose ball with India's...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Australia's Brooks and teammate Schubert fight for loose ball with India's goalkeeper Chettri during...
Australia's Travis Brooks (L) and teammate Grant Schubert (2nd L) fight for a loose ball with India's goalkeeper Bharat Kumar Chettri during the 15th Sultan Azlan Shah Hockey Tournament in Kuala Lumpur June 18, 2006. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
CRIME INDIA FILMS
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October 01, 2003
Bollywood film financier and diamond merchant Bharat Shah gestures as
he sits in his car outside a Bombay...
Bombay, Republic of India
BOLLYWOOD MOVIE FINANCIER BHARAT SHAH GESTURES HE SITS IN HIS CAR IN
BOMBAY.
Bollywood film financier and diamond merchant Bharat Shah gestures as
he sits in his car outside a Bombay court October 1, 2003. A Bombay
court sentenced Shah to a year in jail on Wednesday for hiding
information from police, but since he had already served more than a
year in jail during the lengthy trial, he will not serve another day
behind bars. REUTERS/Roy Madhur

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CRIME INDIA FILMS
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October 01, 2003
Bollywood film financier and diamond merchant Bharat Shah gestures as
he sits in his car outside a Bombay...
Bombay, Republic of India
BOLLYWOOD MOVIE FINANCIER BHARAT SHAH GESTURES HE SITS IN HIS CAR IN
BOMBAY.
Bollywood film financier and diamond merchant Bharat Shah gestures as
he sits in his car outside a Bombay court October 1, 2003. A Bombay
court sentenced Shah to a year in jail on Wednesday for hiding
information from police, but since he had already served more than a
year in jail during the lengthy trial, he will not serve another day
behind bars. REUTERS/Roy Madhur

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CRIME-INDIA-FILMS
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September 30, 2003
Bollywood movie financier Bharat Shah stands outside a Bombay court
September 30, 2003, after being...
Bombay, Republic of India
BOLLYWOOD MOVIE FINANCIER SHAH CONVICTED IN BOMBAY.
Bollywood movie financier Bharat Shah stands outside a Bombay court
September 30, 2003, after being convicted of failing to tell police the
producer of his Indian movie "Chori Chori Chupke Chupke" (Stealthily,
Quietly) was linked to a Pakistan-based gangster. Shah's producer,
Nazim Rizvi, was also convicted for organised crime and for associating
with underworld gangster Chhota Shakeel. Shah is due to be sentenced on
Wednesday and faces up to seven years in jail. REUTERS/Sherwin Crasto

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January 24, 2001
An elaborate set for the forthcoming film 'Devdas' recreates a city in ancient India in Bombay, January...
Bombay, Republic of India
AN ELABORATE SET FOR THE FILM 'DEVDAS' IN BOMBAY.
An elaborate set for the forthcoming film 'Devdas' recreates a city in ancient India in Bombay, January 24, 2001. This film, for which the set alone costs over 110 million rupees ($2.37 million), is being financed by diamond merchant Bharat Shah who has been arrested for suspected links with the underworld.

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CRIME INDIA SHAH
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January 18, 2001
Film financier and diamond merchant Bharat Shah (R) is brought to court in Bombay January 18, 2001. Shah,...
Bombay, Republic of India
FILM FINANCIER BHARAT SHAH IS BROUGHT TO COURT IN BOMBAY.
Film financier and diamond merchant Bharat Shah (R) is brought to court in Bombay January 18, 2001. Shah, who has financed over a 100 Bollywood films, was arrested on January 8 for suspected links with the underworld. Shah's detention has rattled stock markets amid fears the investigation may lead to his investments in shares.

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CRIME INDIA SHAH
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January 18, 2001
Film financier and diamond merchant Bharat Shah (L) is accompanied by a policeman as he is brought to...
Bombay, Republic of India
FILM FINANCIER BHARAT SHAH IS BROUGHT TO COURT IN BOMBAY.
Film financier and diamond merchant Bharat Shah (L) is accompanied by a policeman as he is brought to court in Bombay January 18, 2001. Shah, who has financed over a 100 Bollywood films, was arrested on January 8 for suspected links with the underworld. Shah's detention has rattled stock markets amid fears the investigation may lead to his investments in shares.

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INDIA
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January 17, 2001
A construction worker under a poster of the controversial film 'Chori, Chori, Chupke Chupke', (Stealing,...
Bombay, Republic of India
A CONSTRUCTION WORKER WALKS UNDER A POSTER OF THE CONTROVERSIAL FILM CHORI CHORI CHUPKE CHUPKE IN BOMBAY....
A construction worker under a poster of the controversial film 'Chori, Chori, Chupke Chupke', (Stealing, Stealing, Quietly, Quietly) in Bombay January 17, 2001. The star studded film was financed by wealthy diamond merchant Bharat Shah who has been arrested by the police for alleged links with the underworld. The master copy of the film, which was slated for release on December 22, has been seized by the police. A public prosecutor has asked for the film to be handed over to the court receiver who would then take the necessary steps to release the film.

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MARKETS INDIA
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January 10, 2001
A broker in Bombay looks at a screen showing the downward trend in share prices January 10, 2001, a day...
Bombay, Republic of India
A BOMBAY STOCK BROKER LOOKS AT A SCREEN SHOWING THE DOWNWARD TREND IN SHARE PRICES.
A broker in Bombay looks at a screen showing the downward trend in share prices January 10, 2001, a day of volatile trade on the Bombay Stock Exchange. The index ended the day nearly two percent down, dragged lower by software maker Infosys Technologies' 4.35 percent drop. Shares of Indian media stocks have also fallen steadily since the arrest of diamond trader Bharat Shah on Monday, amidst fears that it could expose links between India's entertainment industry and the underworld.

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INDIA
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January 08, 2001
Photographers mob Bollywood film financier Bharat Shah (R) as he leaves
a Bombay court after a hearing...
Bombay, Republic of India
PHOTOGRAPHERS MOB FILM FINANCIER BHARAT SHAH IN BOMBAY.
Photographers mob Bollywood film financier Bharat Shah (R) as he leaves
a Bombay court after a hearing in a case against him May 3, 2002. Shah,
who was arrested January 8, 2001 under the Maharashtra Control of
Organized Crime Act for alleged links with organized crime, is out on
bail granted by India's Supreme Court in April 2002. 'Devdas', a
Bollywood film financed by Shah, is to be shown in the forthcoming
Cannes film festival. REUTERS/Roy Madhur

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December 15, 2000
Indian film financier Bharat Shah (C) is escorted into police headquarters in Bombay on December 15,...
Bombay, Republic of India
TOP BOLLYWOOD FILM FINANCIER BHARAT SHAH IS ESCORTED INTO BOMBAY POLICE HEADQUARTERS.
Indian film financier Bharat Shah (C) is escorted into police headquarters in Bombay on December 15, 2000. Shah was questioned by police in connection with the financing of the star studded Hindi film "Chori Chori Chupke Chupke" (Stealing Stealing Quietly Quietly). The producer of the film, Nazim Hassan Rizvi, was arrested on Wednesday for alleged links with an underworld gangster.

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