The company has reportedly acquired the rights of the book "Flawed: The Rise and Fall of India's Diamond Mogul Nirav Modi," written by investigative journalist and author Pavan C Lall.
Nirav is wanted in India for allegedly defrauding Punjab National Bank (PNB) out of an estimated USD 2 billion.
Nirav Modi's brother-in law, Maiank Mehta, appeared before Special Judge VC Barde and sought the cancellation of warrants issued against him, which was allowed by court.
This is the third such order in a span of about two weeks, with the total value of properties owned by Nirav Modi's companies being restored in this manner now standing at approximately Rs 1,000 crore
Nirav Modi and his uncle Mehul Choksi are accused of committing a Rs 14,000 crore scam by obtaining credit facilities fraudulently from the PNB, a public sector bank.
On Monday, High Court judge Martin Chamberlain granted Modi permission to appeal against a Westminster Magistrates' Court order in favour of extradition to India on mental health grounds.
Grounds 3 and 4 relate to Article 3 of the ECHR, or the right to life, liberty and security, and Section 91 of the UK's Criminal Justice Act 2003 related to fitness to plead.
Crown Prosecution Service barrister Helen Malcolm argued against permission to appeal by reiterating that the expert evidence on Nirav's mental health has not been disputed.
Choksi, who is currently in Dominica facing trial, went missing from Antigua on May 23 and was caught in Dominica. Meanwhile, Nirav Modi is currently held at Wandsworth prison in South London.
With the cooperation of Purvi Modi, it said, the ED has been able to recover about Rs 17.25 crore (USD 2316889.03) from the proceeds of crime, it said.
Modi's lawyers had five days to file a renewal application seeking an oral hearing to plead the case for permission to appeal against the extradition ordered by UK Home Secretary Priti Patel on Apr 6.
The UK High Court's decision came over two months after the wanted diamond merchant's extradition to India was ordered by UK Home Secretary Priti Patel in the PNB scam case.
The attached assets include properties worth Rs 969 crore located in foreign countries.
Nirav Modi remains behind bars at Wandsworth Prison in south-west London since his arrest over two years ago on 19 March 2019.
The ED has transferred shares attached by it (worth Rs 6,600 crore) to a State Bank of India-led consortium as per the order of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act Special Court, Mumbai.