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London court declares fugitive Vijay Mallya bankrupt

London court declares fugitive Vijay Mallya bankrupt.

‘Mehul Choksi introduced himself as Raj, gifted me fake diamonds’: Alleged girlfriend Barbara Jabarica

In an exclusive interview with Times Now, Barbara Jabarica said that Mehul considered her as a backup plan and an alibi because she was a tourist.

California man Mustafa Qadiri bought luxury cars, lavish vacations with US Govt’s Covid loan for small businesses

California man Mustafa Qadiri was arrested for scheming to defraud the Paycheck Protection Program of the US government.

Yes Bank co-founder Rana Kapoor’s Delhi property sold by Indiabulls Housing Finance to recover part of Rs 240 crores worth of loan

Indiabulls Housing Finance sold off Yes Bank's Rana Kapoor's property worth Rs 114 crore to recover a loan

Nirav Modi’s sister Purvi and her husband turn approver in the PNB scam case. Details

Purvi, a Belgian national, is an accused in the case registered by the Enforcement Directorate, while Nirav Modi is the prime accused in a $2 billion bank fraud at state-owned PNB.

BSP MLA Vinay Shankar Tiwari and wife booked by CBI in Rs 750 crore bank fraud case

Vinay Shankar Tiwari from BSP is the sitting MLA from Chillupar, Gorakhpur.

Retired SC judge Markandey Katju to depose in favour of Nirav Modi in UK court, says he is being made a ‘scapegoat’ by BJP...

Katju has stated that the Indian judiciary is subservient to the BJP government and the government wants to make Nirav Modi a 'scapegoat' to hide their own failures.

Do not consider offering asylum to Vijay Mallya: Indian government has told the UK

Vijay Mallya has applied for asylum in the UK in order to avoid extradition to India and face serious charges of fraud and money laundering.

Take all the money and close the cases: Vijay Mallya urges the Indian government

Vijay Mallya is charged of loan fraud and money laundering worth 9,000 crores.

London: Vijay Mallya’s plea against extradition to India rejected by UK High Court

After the UK High Court's verdict, the case will now go to Home Secretary Preeti Patel for a final decision on this regard.

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