Netflix’s Bad Boy Billionaires: India is slick but doesn’t cut deep enough into the crimes of the uber-rich
There’s some smart storytelling on display in Bad Boy Billionaires: India; if only the stories themselves reached for our gut, perhaps in the way Netflix’s own show Dirty Money often did.
The available episodes of Bad Boy Billionaires focus on business moguls Vijay Mallya, Nirav Modi and Sahara boss Subrata Roy.
Bad Boy Billionaires: Telengana HC to watch Ramalinga Raju episode before greenlighting Netflix release
On 2 September, a civil court in Hyderabad had issued an interim stay restraining Netflix from airing Bad Boy Billionaires on a petition filed by Ramalingam Raju, convicted in Satyam Computers scandal.
Bad Boy Billionaires: SC rejects Netflix's appeal against Bihar court order restraining use of Subrata Roy's name
A local Court in Bihar had ordered a temporary stay on Netflix’s upcoming web series Bad Boy Billionaires on 2 September.
At the hearing, Netflix's legal representative said Bad Boy Billionaires is on many people like Nirav Modi, and only two minutes are devoted to Mehul Choksi.
All problems to be resolved in 2020; two foreign investors roped in for realty, city development business: Sahara chief Subrata Roy
Roy said Sahara has huge land parcels but developing townships or colonies on them has been difficult due to lack of funds for internal infrastructural development.
SC directs Sahara chief Subrata Roy to appear before it on 28 February for failing to deposit Rs 25,700 crore
SC said six months were given to Sahara by to arrange the amount but what has transpired during the period has not inspired the confidence of the court
India's VIP prisoners: Jailed politicians, businessmen and godmen get special treatment; have TVs, ordered food at disposal
Many other political leaders and ministers accused of corruption have enjoyed jail privileges previously. For instance, Suresh Kalmadi (CWG scam), Kanimozhi and A Raja (2G scam) enjoyed various comforts during their stay in Tihar.
SEBI tells Sahara India Commercial Corp to refund over Rs 14,000 cr raised via OFCDs with 15% interest to investors
SEBI found that Sahara India Commercial Corporation (SICCL) had made an offer of OFCDs in financial years 1998-2009 and raised an amount of at least Rs 14,106 crore from 1,98,39,939 investors.
Sahara case: Subrata Roy's Aamby Valley development to be auctioned in parts; move may finally attract bidders
Official liquidator, appointed by Bombay HC, is planning to auction Sahara group's Aamby Valley development in parts in absence of buyers for entire project
The Silverstone-based team, who have finished fourth overall for the last two years, have said they are considering dropping ‘India’ from their name to make themselves more attractive to potential sponsors.
UP Investors' Summit: Yogi Adityanath's huge development push is political investment for a Narendra Modi blitzkrieg in 2019
Realising the importance of Uttar Pradesh in 2019 elections, BJP has decided to crank up development with a strategic partnership between the Centre and the state.
The Rs 9,000 crore outstanding from Kingfisher raises a number of troubling questions answers to which might result in a paradigm change in the lending norms in the country
Sahara chief Subrata Roy has faced court's wrath earlier also over auction of Aamby Valley in Pune
It will be offered at a minimal cost to millions of subscribers in small towns and villages, the sources said.
No single real estate player in India will be financially in a position to buy the "ultra- exclusive chartered city" as the sector is undergoing a cash crunch now
Only two potential bidders are believed to have shown initial interest for embattled Sahara group's super luxurious Aamby Valley resort town, which has been put up for a Supreme Court ordered auction by the official liquidator at a reserve price of Rs 37,392 crore.
Vijay Mallya cannot attend races outside the United Kingdom with his passport being revoked last year and India seeking his extradition.
The liquidator has fixed the reserve price for the luxury resort town project at about Rs 37,000 crore, though the group pegs its market valuation at over Rs 1 lakh crore.
The Supreme Court on Monday rejected Sahara chief Subrata Roy's plea seeking two more months to deposit Rs 966.80 crore of the remaining Rs 1,500 crore, saying he was trying to treat the apex court as "a laboratory" to play with the law.