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Vijay Mallya files appeal in UK Supreme Court against extradition order to India on charges of fraud, money laundering
Vijay Mallya on Monday filed an application seeking leave to appeal in the UK Supreme Court, exactly two weeks after the embattled liquor baron lost his London High Court appeal against an extradition order to India on charges of fraud and money laundering related to unrecovered loans to his now-defunct Kingfisher Airlines
Vijay Mallya loses UK High Court appeal against extradition case; wanted in Rs 9,000 cr fraud, money laundering charges in India
Vijay Mallya, the 64-year-old former Kingfisher Airlines boss had appealed to the High Court against his extradition to India at a hearing in February this year.
Nirav Modi extradition: UK court sets 14-day deadline for India to confirm prison plans, diamantaire remanded till 27 June
Nirav Modi's barrister agreed unless it was the same cell, she would be seeking a court-appointed independent prison visit to ensure that any holding cell in India met with human rights guidelines.
Nirav Modi's defence team doubled the bail security to £2 million and offered he would stay on 24-hour curfew at his London flat, but the judge was unconvinced.
Nirav Modi has been behind bars at Wandsworth prison in south-west London since his two previous bail applications were rejected following his arrest on 19 March
New evidence against Nirav Modi in UK court hours before fugitive diamantaire appears for hearing in bail plea
The 48-year-old diamond merchant, Nirav Modi, was denied bail by District Judge Marie Mallon at his first hearing soon after his arrest by Scotland Yard officers from a central London bank branch
In prison, 48-year-old Nirav Modi's inmates will include the likes of alleged Dawood henchman Pakistani-origin Jabir Moti
The Bombay High Court Friday asked fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya when would he return to India and face the ongoing legal proceedings against him
Vijay Mallya's last throw of the dice: Liquor baron's hopes of avoiding extradition in hands of UK appeals court
Vijay Mallya has chalked up plans to initiate a lengthy appeal process against the UK government's order to extradite him to face charges of fraud and money laundering amounting to nearly Rs 9,000 crore in India
Unlike his outgoing flight, the return, if extradition is confirmed, will more likely be on a private jet. But that thought is unlikely to bring Mallya any solace
Troubles mount for Vijay Mallya: After extradition setback, liquor baron set to face bankruptcy proceedings in UK High Court
Vijay Mallya remains on bail after his extradition was recently ordered by Westminster Magistrates' Court in London, an order which now awaits a sign-off by UK home secretary Sajid Javid.
Vijay Mallya extradition: Stricter Indian rules, policies can change dynamics of economic frauds committed in broad daylight
While India managed to rebut the claims of lack of infrastructure in the Vijay Mallya case, in the long run, the country needs to invest in the development of the criminal justice system and infrastructure so that such claims can hardly be raised in good faith.
Vijay Mallya’s rise and fall: The story of Vittal Mallya’s flamboyant entrepreneur son who became an extradition candidate
Mallya could perhaps have avoided the ordeal had he chosen to stay back and fight the case. Even now, Mallya owes several months of salary dues to his employees, which has added to the public resentment against him.
A British court rejected an attempt by Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to have a warrant for his arrest quashed, dashing his hopes of an exit from the Ecuadorean embassy in London where he has been holed up for over five years