Mumbai, Apr 29 (PTI) The Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of Mumbai police has issued summons to a top official of Football Club Goa, an Indian Super League team, to inquire about his role into taking sponsorship from the scam-tainted Qnet company, a senior official said here today.The EOW issued summons to the Manager of FC Goa, owned by Goan Football Club Pvt Ltd, yesterday. The club official has been asked to record his statement at the earliest, the official said.”The official will be questioned as to how the proceeds of a company under serious investigation, went into sponsoring the club team,” he added.Qnet case whistle-blower Gurupreet Anand said it is disheartening to see how money looted from people is making its way back into some Bollywood films and sports events.The EOW had arrested ten people for allegedly duping investors by offering to sell products, including magnetic disks, herbal products and holiday schemes of the QNet through fraudulent practises.The police had also invoked the stringent Maharashtra Protection of Interest of Depositors (MPID) against the company.Qnet, previously known as Goldquest and Questnet, is a Malayasia-based network marketing company. It has been accused of running an illegal Pyramid Scheme. The total amount involved in the scam is now estimated to be at more than Rs 7,000 crore.An FIR in the case was registered in 2013. PTI AVI NP SMJ
Jet2 will launch a new service between Newcastle and Split in 2009.The airline will launch cheap flights to Split, the coastal Croatian city, from May 2nd, departing from Newcastle International Airport.This brings the total number of flights from the carrier out of the Newcastle hub to 13.The airline’s Phil Meeson said: “Croatia is a fantastic addition to the schedule from Newcastle. The city of Split offers everything for the holidaymaker, from culture and history to beaches and nightlife.”With its Italian influences and miles of clean beaches, Croatia is fast becoming one of Europe’s leading holiday hot spots.”Jet2 recently announced a host of new flights for its summer 2009 schedule, featuring seven routes from Leeds Bradford Airport.Destinations added to the 2009 roster include Avignon, Geneva, Krakow, La Rochelle, Paris and Prague.The carrier also recently increased the frequency of flights from the Leeds hub to Malaga in Spain. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedNew flights to Monastir announced by Jet2.comCheap flights carrier Jet2.com will launch new flights to Monastir from Leeds Bradford, Manchester and Newcastle.New cheap flights from Edinburgh to Europe announcedNew cheap flights from Edinburgh to Europe announcedJet2.com launches new flights to Newquay and JerseyJet2.com has launched new flights to Newquay and Jersey from Belfast International Airport.