In the 2018 NSE manipulation case, a Dylan theme comes to mind: money doesn't talk, it curses.

Delhi court denies bail to NSEs former managing director and former group operating officer Anand Subramanian . Subramanian is accused of sharing classified information with the Himalayan Yogi .

Money has a pervasive effect on people, according to a Delhi court.In his detailed order denying bail to NSE's former managing director and former group operating officer Anand Subramanian in a 2018 case of bourse manipulation, the judge said that since the two had a pole position at the NSE, it is best to note here that if it comes to a point in its lifetime when it finds itself at crossroads, it should rather than burying theAccording to the Securities and Exchange Board of India, a split-second advantage could be worth much more to a trader.Several important decisions made by Ramkrishna during her tenure as NSE MD and CEO from 2013 to 2016, including Subramanians appointment, were influenced by an unidentified yogi who may be primarily located in the Himalayan Ranges.Ramkrishna is accused of sharing classified information about the bourse with the Himalayan Yogi, according to the CBI.