Underground Banker

first_imgThe world’s most prolific underground banker has been arrested in Delhi after a year-long manhunt in the United States, Europe and the Middle East. Naresh Jain, 50, is suspected of moving over $2 billion in hawala annually, transferring money between countries outside normal banking channels.“The illegal money transfer systems they use provide the infrastructure to launder cash for organized crime groups,” said Ian Cruxton, the deputy director of UK’s Soca. “These networks pay no attention to cultural or geographical barriers and launder money for … UK, Pakistani and Turkish nationals based in the UK and mainland Europe involved in drugs trafficking.” Related Itemslast_img

All joking aside an odd coping mechanism could be

first_imgAll joking aside, an odd coping mechanism could be the reason the Minnesota Vikings have blown leads and are sitting at 0-4.“The knock against Donovan [McNabb]…is his intensity level is not what it needs to be, both throughout the week and during games,” said Ron Wolfley, co-host of Arizona Sports 620’s Doug & Wolf Show. Wolfley was quick to add that this is not his opinion, but something he has heard around the NFL. Top Stories 0 Comments   Share   What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocationcenter_img Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Apparently McNabb’s way of coping with the pressure brought on by a close game is to start laughing and joking with his teammates. This may be a great way to break the tension, but Wolfley said that seeing a man who commands respect throughout the NFL, like McNabb, smiling his way through the fourth quarter is demoralizing.“He is a king in the locker room and you can’t have a mad king in the locker room,” said Wolfley, adding that joking around after a loss — especially a close one — can take the intensity that is needed to improve for next week and drop it through the floor.“Football is a sobering game and it’s played by serious people,” Wolfley said.When the Cardinals come to town on Sunday, it is going to be a test for two teams who entered the seasons with high hopes and the glint of a possible stunner season in their eyes. Two teams who now have won just a single game between them.We’ll see who has the last laugh on Sunday.last_img read more