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Indian National Receives 9-Year Sentence for $2.8 Million Medicare Fraud

The Department of Justice announced on Tuesday that Yogesh K Pancholi, a 43-year-old Indian national and resident of Michigan, has been sentenced to nine years in prison for orchestrating a $2.8 million healthcare fraud through his company, Shring Home Care Inc. According to court documents, Pancholi, despite being excluded from billing Medicare, covertly acquired Shring, …

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Biden Administration in Ongoing Talks with U.S. Congress on High-Altitude Drone Deal Amid Pannun Investigation Concerns

In a diplomatic development, the Biden administration is actively engaged in discussions with the U.S. Congress regarding the high-altitude drone deal, which was initially announced during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Washington in 2023. Contrary to expectations of a routine approval, a report from online news portal The Wire suggests that certain U.S. lawmakers …

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Apple Agrees to $25 Million Settlement Over Alleged Discriminatory Hiring Practices in 2018-2019

Apple has agreed to pay $25 million to settle allegations that it engaged in discriminatory hiring practices from 2018 to 2019. The settlement follows a lengthy investigation by the Department of Justice, which concluded that Apple violated the Immigration and Nationality Act by favouring immigrant workers over U.S. candidates for certain positions. The probe also …

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