India: 10 kg gold seized from city-based trader at airportTimes Of India
Mar. 06, 2011
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GUWAHATI: Income-Tax department officials on Wednesday seized illegal gold bricks and biscuits from a Guwahati-based businessman at the Lokopriya Gopinath Bordoloi International (LGBI) Airport here. Sources said the gold, weighing around 10 kg, was worth `3 crore.