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Saturday, June 25, 2005

The new hot button in the Indian underworld


Update: Nitin Pai writes in:
One of the saddest stories of the 1990s was when the ISI used the D-Company to pirate Bollywood content and use the proceeds to fund terrorism against India ... The ISI began to raise funds through content piracy when its other methods – banking (BCCI and sundry hawala) and drugs smuggling – began to attract attention.
Check out Nitin's earlier posts on this issue, here and here.
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