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Kapri, whose 'journalism' often sounds like Congress' election campaign, insinuated that the entire Jet Airways crisis is somehow the fault of the Modi government.
With this, India intends to narrow down all possible avenues of relief for the 63-year-old former Kingfisher Airlines boss.
The Indian authorities are trying hard to get Vijay Mallya extradited to India in his loan defaulting case
We are convinced that if Rahul Gandhi chose to pursue a career in writing fantasy, he would sell more copies than the Harry Potter series and Lord of the Rings combined.
Trouble seems to be mounting for the fugitive liquor baron
Mallya who is active on social media did not make any renewed comment on his appeal.
The ED expects the sale of shares to surpass Rs 9,500 crore, the amount Mallya owes the local lenders
Gopinath joined the board of Kingfisher Airlines after selling Air Deccan to Mallya in 2007
According to ED, loans were channelled for the loss-making KAL through dummy companies via circuitous routes.
A quick round up of things that made it to news today.
The extradition order of Mallya was signed by the UK Home Secretary on February 3.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke in the Lok Sabha today on the Motion of Thanks to the President's address.
The UK Home Secretary has signed the order to extradite fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya to India.
Selected stories of the day for your evening reading.
After the go ahead by Federal Supreme Court of Switzerland, India will get Vijay Mallya’s swiss bank account details
Indian Government commissioners Air India flights reportedly to bring back economic offenders Mehul Choksi, Jatin Mehta and Nirav Modi
The Central Vigilance Committee (CVC) in its report on the matter made some damning observations on the conduct of ousted CBI Director, Alok Verma
Allegations made in the CVC report are certainly grave, primarily about high profile cases like in the case of Vijay Mallya, Nirav Modi and supposed framing of Rakesh Asthana with a fabricated document
A special PMLA court today declared Vijay Mallya a fugitive economic offender under the FEO Act,2018.
Choksi has sad that he is constantly cooperating with banks to sort out the issues
Vijay Mallya has been facing proceedings over fraud and money laundering charges amounting to an estimated Rs 9,000 crores
The Supreme Court's verdict is being seen as the second major embarrassment for both the Congress party and Prashant Bhushan, as the Supreme Court had earlier rejected a plea on the issue of a probe concerning the Rafale deal.
Vijay Mallya, facing charges of defaulting on loans to the tune of Rs 9000 crores, ran away to the UK on March 2, 2016.
Interestingly, Congress President Rahul Gandhi had initially liked the congratulatory tweet of fugitive Vijay Mallya but later unliked it after it went viral.
British-Pakistani Home Secretary Sajid Javid will now contemplate on the order of the court and then decide whether further action on extradition should be taken or not.
Vijay Mallya's defence team was using Indian left-liberals' allegations agaist Rakesh Asthana in London court
The liquor baron, Vijay Mallya, is wanted in India in connection with an alleged scam worth Rs. 9000 crores and is to be extradited to India.
The Indian government has been trying hard to extradite Vijay Mallya after he ran away to the UK on March 2, 2016
The four promoters of Sterling group fled the country fearing a criminal probe in this multi-crore bank fraud case.

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