"mid-day.com", India on 03rd January 2012: Two past pupils of a college in Navi Mumbai have been arrested for superimposing the names of their clients on their own certificates, which would then be used to gain admission to third year B Com in another college. With the arrest of two past pupils of a Navi Mumbai college last week, the local police have busted a major fake certificate racket flourishing in the satellite city. Koparkhairane cops were led to the two forgers -Mohammad Ishaq (23) and Mohammad Salim (25) — after they nabbed five third-year B Com students of R F Naik College in Navi Mumbai, for submitting fake documents to gain admission to college. Ishaq and Salim allegedly used editing software to superimpose the names of their clients on their own documents.
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