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  • Search Area For Missing Flight MH370 Will Not Shift, Says Malaysia

    Search Area For Missing Flight MH370 Will Not Shift, Says Malaysia

    Malaysia today said the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 will not be shifted after five pieces of debris was found in the Western Indian Ocean, some two years after the plane carrying 239 people vanished mysteriously.

  • Government Eyes Cleanup Of Bad Debt Mountain As Wary State Banks Hesitate

    Government Eyes Cleanup Of Bad Debt Mountain As Wary State Banks Hesitate

    The proposal, being examined by the government and in its early stages, would give the panel power to define the "haircut" a bank should face on a loan gone sour, protecting bankers from critics who want failed Indian firms to pay back in full, two finance ministry and two central bank officials said.

  • In 'Forced Exile', No Plans To Leave UK: Vijay Mallya To Financial Times

    In 'Forced Exile', No Plans To Leave UK: Vijay Mallya To Financial Times

    The Indian government wrote to its British counterpart on Thursday seeking the deportation of the liquor tycoon and Formula 1 motor racing boss, who is the target of a non-bailable warrant in a money laundering investigation.

  • JKLF Founder Amanullah Khan Dead At 82

    JKLF Founder Amanullah Khan Dead At 82

    Amanullah Khan, one of the founders of the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front that led a violent campaign for independent Kashmir, including the killing of an Indian diplomat in the UK in the mid-80s and hijacking of an Indian Airlines plane to Lahore, died today in Pakistan, which he made his home for three decades.

  • More Trouble For Vijay Mallya, Cheating Case Registered In Uttar Pradesh

    More Trouble For Vijay Mallya, Cheating Case Registered In Uttar Pradesh

    A court has ordered the city police to register a case of alleged cheating under Section 420 of Indian Penal Code against Kingfisher Airlines owner Vijay Mallya.

  • Banks Set To Reject Mallya's Rs 4,000 Crore Loan Repayment Offer: Report

    Banks Set To Reject Mallya's Rs 4,000 Crore Loan Repayment Offer: Report

    A group of Indian lenders is set to reject businessman Vijay Mallya's offer to repay Rs 4,000 crore ($600 million), less than half of what his defunct Kingfisher Airlines owes them, sources with knowledge of the matter said.

  • Australia Says Possible MH370 Debris Found On Island In Mauritius

    Australia Says Possible MH370 Debris Found On Island In Mauritius

    Australia's transport minister on Sunday said new debris found on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius would be examined to see if it belonged to MH370, just weeks after two Mozambique fragments were linked to the missing flight.

  • Stake Hike Doesn't Change United Breweries Governance Structure: Heineken

    Stake Hike Doesn't Change United Breweries Governance Structure: Heineken

    Amid speculations that Heineken could take control of Vijay Mallya-led United Breweries Ltd, the Dutch beer maker today said its increasing stake in UBL to 43 per cent recently will not result in any changes in Indian brewer's governance structure.

  • Indebted Tycoon Vijay Mallya To Step Down As Sanofi India Chairman

    Indebted Tycoon Vijay Mallya To Step Down As Sanofi India Chairman

    Indian business tycoon Vijay Mallya, under pressure from banks to repay more than dollar 1 billion owed by his collapsed airline, has decided to not seek re-election as chairman of French drugmaker Sanofi's India unit, the company said.

  • Boeing, Airbus Eye Indian Growth As Fears Of Global Slowdown Mount

    Boeing, Airbus Eye Indian Growth As Fears Of Global Slowdown Mount

    Boeing Co and Airbus Group SE said on Thursday they expect Indian airlines to order up to 1740 jets over the next 20 years, as aircraft manufacturers eye one of the world's fastest-growing aviation markets to offset any weaker sales elsewhere.

  • Air India May Post Its First Operating Profit In 8 Years: Minister

    Air India May Post Its First Operating Profit In 8 Years: Minister

    State-run Air India is eyeing its first operating profit since 2007-08, when it merged with Indian Airlines. The national carrier's best operating performance in eight years comes at a time when crude oil prices have fallen sharply. Crude oil accounts for 40 to 50 per cent of airlines' operating expense.

  • Rusty Jets On Tarmac Show India Beer Baron's Fallen Empire

    Rusty Jets On Tarmac Show India Beer Baron's Fallen Empire

    In an airfield in southern India, seven planes of the failed Kingfisher Airlines rust away -- relics of a former billionaire's ambition and emblems of the complex regulations that hamper Indian aviation.

  • 'Forced To Go Into Hiding, Makes Me Sick': Vijay Mallya To Indian Newspaper

    'Forced To Go Into Hiding, Makes Me Sick': Vijay Mallya To Indian Newspaper

    Business tycoon Vijay Mallya, wanted for investigations into a money laundering case, has said he is not on the run but is also in no hurry to return to India.

  • Among The Believers: Hope Endures For MH370 Relatives

    Among The Believers: Hope Endures For MH370 Relatives

    Distrust, disbelief, despair: two years after their loved ones vanished, many Chinese relatives of those on board Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 still refuse to believe they are somewhere at the bottom of the Indian Ocean.

  • Liquor Baron Mallya Says in Talks to Settle Debt With Lenders

    Liquor Baron Mallya Says in Talks to Settle Debt With Lenders

    Indian liquor baron Vijay Mallya said he has been in talks to enter into a one-time settlement with state-run banks, to which his now-defunct carrier Kingfisher Airlines owes more than $1 billion.

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