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
‘Overwhelming evidence’ against Vijay Mallya, Crown Prosecution Service tells UK court on second day of extradition trial; verdict to be announced today
Liquor tycoon Vijay Mallya appeared before the Royal Courts of Justice in London for his appeal against being extradited to India, during which the prosecution highlighted overwhelming evidence of dishonesty on his part
Vijay Mallya faces bankruptcy; consortium of 13 Indian banks back in UK court over Rs 10,000 cr debt
In July, the banks had won a High Court battle to access documents they were after to establish the true ownership of assets they believed were linked with the embattled Mallya.
Barkha Dutt lashes out at Kapil Sibal, wife over layoffs of HTN Tiranga TV journalists, vows to continue fight despite defamation threats
Senior journalist Barkha Dutt on Monday hit out at Congress leader Kapil Sibal over the 'appalling' laying off and withholding the salaries of 200 employees of Noida-based HTN Tiranga TV
'Well left, Vijay Mallya': Fugitive liquor baron showed restraint by refusing to engage with hostile mob outside Oval stadium
The usual aggressive, devil-may-care Mallya would normally have been expected to be that instigator. But on this day, better sense prevailed on beer baron.
Embattled liquor tycoon Vijay Mallya on Sunday joined hundreds of cricket fans for the India versus Australia ICC Cricket World Cup match at The Oval in London
Vijay Mallya's extradition order a boost for Modi govt ahead of elections, but process likely to take 2-3 months
After netting Vinay Mittal, Christian Michel, Rajiv Saxena and Deepak Talwar, India's investigating agencies received another boost on Monday — UK has approved an order for the extradition of businessman Vijay Mallya to India to face judicial proceedings for allegedly defrauding banks and laundering money to the tune of Rs 9,000 crore.
Who goes to attend a meeting with ‘300 bags’, huge cargo? Enforcement Directorate asks Vijay Mallya's lawyer
Despite issuance of summonses and three NBWs, Vijay Mallya refused to join the probe against him, the ED lawyer said.
Vijay Mallya suffers setback as SC refuses to stay ED proceedings to declare him fugitive economic offender
The ED moved the special court seeking to declare Mallya a fugitive economic offender under the Fugitive Economic Offender Act 2018.
Four years of Modi govt's foreign policy: From Doka La to ties with Iran, Sushma Swaraj explains India's stand on global issues
The government has achieved "unprecedented outreach and unparalleled outcomes" at the global stage in the last four years, EAM Sushma Swaraj said
The common man’s role in this saga is to pay taxes on time to help refuel banks, so that lenders don’t run out of funds to feed Mr Fraud.
Embattled liquor baron Vijay Mallya, out on a 6,50,000-pound bail bond following his arrest by Scotland Yard will return to a UK court in London on Monday
Lalu Prasad, Chidambaram, Mallya: With CBI raids, Modi govt makes right moves to bust corrupt biz-politics nexus
Case pertains to awarding of contracts to a private company for development for the maintenance and operation of BNR hotels at Ranchi and Puri, when Lalu was the Railways minister.
Union minister of State for External Affairs General VK Singh on Tuesday said that extradition was not a simple issue even as he assured that fugitive liquor baron Vijay Mallya would be brought back to India.
The core of Mallya’s arguments against banks and investigators has been that he hasn’t borrowed the money personally, but his airline did, hence the default cannot be his personal responsibility
Former CBI director Anil Sinha said on Tuesday that the arrest of Vijay Mallya in London was a "success" of law enforcement agencies and that efforts to bring him back would "fructify".
The two applications filed by AAI sought cancellation of permanent exemption from court appearance granted to Mallya.
The Parliament, in its third week of the Budget Session create uproar over the AgustaWestland scam. Three days left till this session ends, many bills remain pending.
A Hyderabad city court on Monday postponed till 25 May its order on the quantum of sentence for industrialist Vijay Mallya in two cheque bounce cases filed against him by the GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd.
Bringing Mallya before the law and making him pay back the last penny to banks will send a strong message to other defaulters that there isn’t any free-lunch with pubic money anymore