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  • Vijay Mallya Hounded, 'Else Would Have Repaid 80% Of Loan', UK Court Told

    Vijay Mallya Hounded, 'Else Would Have Repaid 80% Of Loan', UK Court Told

    Fighting off an attempt to send him back to stand trial in India, tycoon Vijay Mallya told a court in London that he did not mislead banks to loan money to the collapsed Kingfisher Airlines and had even pumped in money from his other companies to save the airline from sinking.

  • Vijay Mallya Spent Loan For Kingfisher On Motor Racing, UK Court Told

    Vijay Mallya Spent Loan For Kingfisher On Motor Racing, UK Court Told

    A British court was told on Monday that tycoon Vijay Mallya has a case of fraud to answer in India and he should be sent back to stand trial. In the next eight hearings, which will end on December 14, the court will be asked to decide whether to extradite the 61-year-old.

  • Two Powerful British Women To Decide Vijay Mallya's Fate

    Two Powerful British Women To Decide Vijay Mallya's Fate

    Two powerful British women will play a role in deciding Vijay Mallya's fate in the extradition case filed by India against the fugitive tycoon, wanted over allegations of loan default and money laundering. An eight-day hearing on India's request begins on Monday in a London court.

  • Vijay Mallya Arrested In UK In Money Laundering Case, Gets Bail

    Vijay Mallya Arrested In UK In Money Laundering Case, Gets Bail

    Liquor baron Vijay Mallya was arrested in London today before being released on bail for the second time this year,in a case of money laundering filed by Indian authorities through UK's state prosecutor.

  • In Large Box, Vijay Mallya Submits Evidence In London Court

    In Large Box, Vijay Mallya Submits Evidence In London Court

    With four reports in a large box, fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya today submitted his response to the Indian authorities in the extradition case filed against him in London.

  • 'No Change Needed In India-UK Extradition Treaty,' Says Top Official In London

    'No Change Needed In India-UK Extradition Treaty,' Says Top Official In London

    Even though India's endless wait to bring back flamboyant businessman Vijay Mallya, who is nesting in London, continues, and even though there has been only one extradition from the UK to India since the Extradition treaty was signed in 1992 between the two countries, the Indian Home Secretary said that the agreement is "working just fine".

  • 2,000 Page CBI Dossier To Get Vijay Mallya Extradited Reaches London Court

    2,000 Page CBI Dossier To Get Vijay Mallya Extradited Reaches London Court

    A 2,000-page dossier has been filed as part of evidence in a London court to secure extradition of fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya wanted by Indian agencies for defaulting on loans of over Rs. 9,000 crore. The Indian government has filed an extradition case against Mr Mallya, who escaped to the UK and has been staying put since March last year.

  • Clinching Evidence Against Vijay Mallya, Will File 'Strong Case': CBI Sources

    Clinching Evidence Against Vijay Mallya, Will File 'Strong Case': CBI Sources

    UK's Crown Prosecution Service will file evidence against fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya - who is wanted by Indian agencies for defaulting on loans of over Rs 9,000 crore - on behalf of the Central Bureau of Investigation or CBI in a magistrate court in London today.

  • International Yoga Day 2017: London's Trafalgar Square Unites For Peace

    International Yoga Day 2017: London's Trafalgar Square Unites For Peace

    Usually bustling with visitors, London's Trafalgar Square witnessed a different kind of gathering on Sunday. Hundreds gathered at the iconic location to perform and celebrate Yoga, at an event organised by the Indian High Commission to mark the third International Yoga Day.

  • UK Parliament Attack: Car Mows Down People, Cop Stabbed - 10 Points

    UK Parliament Attack: Car Mows Down People, Cop Stabbed - 10 Points

    The British parliament was locked down on Wednesday after an attack was reported near it, in the heart of London, after 2:30 pm local time. Eyewitnesses said a black car ploughed into several people near the Westminster Bridge and crashed into the railings of the Palace of Westminster. A man got out with two 8-inch knives and attacked a policeman w...

  • When Halwa, Gujiya Were Served At Queen's Party

    When <i>Halwa</i>, <i>Gujiya</i> Were Served At Queen's Party

    Raj puri, halwa, gujiya and tandoori chicken were served at the Buckingham Palace on Monday for Queen Elizabeth's grand party to mark the UK-India Year of Culture 2017. The royal chefs cooked up thousands of Indian-themed canapes for the event.

  • Buckingham Palace To Go Jai Ho As UK-India Year Of Culture Kicks Off

    Buckingham Palace To Go Jai Ho As UK-India Year Of Culture Kicks Off

    On what is predicted by weather experts as a rainy morning, it is likely to rain Indian music at the famous Buckingham Palace, the official residence of the Queen of England.

  • Stuck With Worthless Cash After Notes Ban, Indians Abroad Get Innovative

    Stuck With Worthless Cash After Notes Ban, Indians Abroad Get Innovative

    With less than a month to go for the deadline to exchange or deposit old 500 and 1,000 rupee notes, much of the non-resident Indian or NRI community is still stumped with what to do with their share of scrapped currency.

  • 3 Questions Indian Techies Want PM Modi To Ask UK's Theresa May Today

    3 Questions Indian Techies Want PM Modi To Ask UK's Theresa May Today

    Prime Minister Theresa May has promised to ease entry for Indian businessmen into the UK with a fast-track visa service, as she began a three-day visit to India focused on trade and investment.

  • Britain's Theresa May In India On 3-Day Visit, To Meet PM Modi Today

    Britain's Theresa May In India On 3-Day Visit, To Meet PM Modi Today

    British Prime Minister Theresa May arrived in Delhi on Sunday evening on a three-day India visit. This is her first bilateral engagement outside Europe since taking office in July.

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  • Vijay Mallya Hounded, 'Else Would Have Repaid 80% Of Loan', UK Court Told

    Vijay Mallya Hounded, 'Else Would Have Repaid 80% Of Loan', UK Court Told

    Fighting off an attempt to send him back to stand trial in India, tycoon Vijay Mallya told a court in London that he did not mislead banks to loan money to the collapsed Kingfisher Airlines and had even pumped in money from his other companies to save the airline from sinking.

  • Vijay Mallya Spent Loan For Kingfisher On Motor Racing, UK Court Told

    Vijay Mallya Spent Loan For Kingfisher On Motor Racing, UK Court Told

    A British court was told on Monday that tycoon Vijay Mallya has a case of fraud to answer in India and he should be sent back to stand trial. In the next eight hearings, which will end on December 14, the court will be asked to decide whether to extradite the 61-year-old.

  • Two Powerful British Women To Decide Vijay Mallya's Fate

    Two Powerful British Women To Decide Vijay Mallya's Fate

    Two powerful British women will play a role in deciding Vijay Mallya's fate in the extradition case filed by India against the fugitive tycoon, wanted over allegations of loan default and money laundering. An eight-day hearing on India's request begins on Monday in a London court.

  • Vijay Mallya Arrested In UK In Money Laundering Case, Gets Bail

    Vijay Mallya Arrested In UK In Money Laundering Case, Gets Bail

    Liquor baron Vijay Mallya was arrested in London today before being released on bail for the second time this year,in a case of money laundering filed by Indian authorities through UK's state prosecutor.

  • In Large Box, Vijay Mallya Submits Evidence In London Court

    In Large Box, Vijay Mallya Submits Evidence In London Court

    With four reports in a large box, fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya today submitted his response to the Indian authorities in the extradition case filed against him in London.

  • 'No Change Needed In India-UK Extradition Treaty,' Says Top Official In London

    'No Change Needed In India-UK Extradition Treaty,' Says Top Official In London

    Even though India's endless wait to bring back flamboyant businessman Vijay Mallya, who is nesting in London, continues, and even though there has been only one extradition from the UK to India since the Extradition treaty was signed in 1992 between the two countries, the Indian Home Secretary said that the agreement is "working just fine".

  • 2,000 Page CBI Dossier To Get Vijay Mallya Extradited Reaches London Court

    2,000 Page CBI Dossier To Get Vijay Mallya Extradited Reaches London Court

    A 2,000-page dossier has been filed as part of evidence in a London court to secure extradition of fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya wanted by Indian agencies for defaulting on loans of over Rs. 9,000 crore. The Indian government has filed an extradition case against Mr Mallya, who escaped to the UK and has been staying put since March last year.

  • Clinching Evidence Against Vijay Mallya, Will File 'Strong Case': CBI Sources

    Clinching Evidence Against Vijay Mallya, Will File 'Strong Case': CBI Sources

    UK's Crown Prosecution Service will file evidence against fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya - who is wanted by Indian agencies for defaulting on loans of over Rs 9,000 crore - on behalf of the Central Bureau of Investigation or CBI in a magistrate court in London today.

  • International Yoga Day 2017: London's Trafalgar Square Unites For Peace

    International Yoga Day 2017: London's Trafalgar Square Unites For Peace

    Usually bustling with visitors, London's Trafalgar Square witnessed a different kind of gathering on Sunday. Hundreds gathered at the iconic location to perform and celebrate Yoga, at an event organised by the Indian High Commission to mark the third International Yoga Day.

  • UK Parliament Attack: Car Mows Down People, Cop Stabbed - 10 Points

    UK Parliament Attack: Car Mows Down People, Cop Stabbed - 10 Points

    The British parliament was locked down on Wednesday after an attack was reported near it, in the heart of London, after 2:30 pm local time. Eyewitnesses said a black car ploughed into several people near the Westminster Bridge and crashed into the railings of the Palace of Westminster. A man got out with two 8-inch knives and attacked a policeman w...

  • When Halwa, Gujiya Were Served At Queen's Party

    When <i>Halwa</i>, <i>Gujiya</i> Were Served At Queen's Party

    Raj puri, halwa, gujiya and tandoori chicken were served at the Buckingham Palace on Monday for Queen Elizabeth's grand party to mark the UK-India Year of Culture 2017. The royal chefs cooked up thousands of Indian-themed canapes for the event.

  • Buckingham Palace To Go Jai Ho As UK-India Year Of Culture Kicks Off

    Buckingham Palace To Go Jai Ho As UK-India Year Of Culture Kicks Off

    On what is predicted by weather experts as a rainy morning, it is likely to rain Indian music at the famous Buckingham Palace, the official residence of the Queen of England.

  • Stuck With Worthless Cash After Notes Ban, Indians Abroad Get Innovative

    Stuck With Worthless Cash After Notes Ban, Indians Abroad Get Innovative

    With less than a month to go for the deadline to exchange or deposit old 500 and 1,000 rupee notes, much of the non-resident Indian or NRI community is still stumped with what to do with their share of scrapped currency.

  • 3 Questions Indian Techies Want PM Modi To Ask UK's Theresa May Today

    3 Questions Indian Techies Want PM Modi To Ask UK's Theresa May Today

    Prime Minister Theresa May has promised to ease entry for Indian businessmen into the UK with a fast-track visa service, as she began a three-day visit to India focused on trade and investment.

  • Britain's Theresa May In India On 3-Day Visit, To Meet PM Modi Today

    Britain's Theresa May In India On 3-Day Visit, To Meet PM Modi Today

    British Prime Minister Theresa May arrived in Delhi on Sunday evening on a three-day India visit. This is her first bilateral engagement outside Europe since taking office in July.

  • Surrogacy Rules Wipe Out Hope For Childless Couples In Britain

    Surrogacy Rules Wipe Out Hope For Childless Couples In Britain

    Days after NDTV brought you the story of an Indian-origin British couple struggling to get back their frozen embryos from India after the commercial surrogacy ban, many couples in London have come forward with a similar plea to the Indian government.

  • Hashtag Jail: Trolls Warned In England

    Hashtag Jail: Trolls Warned In England

    The police in England and Wales are not quite going to 'like' your post if you make insulting remarks, intimidate, border at hate speech, or tried bullying. A new guideline by the country's senior-most prosecutor says a 'grossly offensive' message can attract a penalty with a jail term.

  • Surrogacy Rules Wipe Out UK Couple's Family Dreams

    Surrogacy Rules Wipe Out UK Couple's Family Dreams

    A UK base, Indian-origin couple are unable to receive frozen embryos they shipped to India for surrogacy three years ago, after the government suggested changes to existing surrogacy rules.

  • 'No Taking Our Jobs': UK's New Rules Make It Tough To Hire Indians

    'No Taking Our Jobs': UK's New Rules Make It Tough To Hire Indians

    The UK on Tuesday unveiled plans to further its crackdown on immigration through "work and study routes" from non-EU nations, in a move that is expected to make it difficult for British firms to hire professionals from countries like India.

  • Indian-Origin Engineer's Solar 'Tuk-Tuk' Turns Heads At UK Exhibition

    Indian-Origin Engineer's Solar 'Tuk-Tuk' Turns Heads At UK Exhibition

    A solar-powered auto-rickshaw - Tuk-Tuk - an initiative of an Indian-origin engineer Naveen Rabelli, turned many heads at Low Carbon Vehicle Exhibition being held in the UK.

  • 'Not Possible To Be Proper Backbench MP': David Cameron Quits Parliament

    'Not Possible To Be Proper Backbench MP': David Cameron Quits Parliament

    Two months after resigning as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom over Britain's exit from the European Union (EU), David Cameron has now stepped down as MP of Witney in England. His resignation has triggered a by election in the Oxfordshire seat.

  • World's First 'Masala' Bond Adds Spice At London Stock Exchange

    World's First 'Masala' Bond Adds Spice At London Stock Exchange

    The first ever rupee-denominated bond in the world by an Indian company was launched today by HDFC Ltd. Termed as 'masala bond', the company's chairman Deepak Parekh launched it in the land of James Bond!

  • Theresa May, Collector Of Over 100 Cookbooks, Has Recipe For Divided Britain

    Theresa May, Collector Of Over 100 Cookbooks, Has Recipe For Divided Britain

    Britain's new Prime Minister Theresa May loves cooking and is known to have collected over 100 cookbooks. So what's her recipe going to be for a divided Britain as she takes on as PM from David Cameron?

  • Racial Abuse Spirals In UK Post-Brexit, Indians Among The Targets

    Racial Abuse Spirals In UK Post-Brexit, Indians Among The Targets

    More than a hundred incidents of racial abuse and hate crimes have been reported in UK since she voted to leave the European Union last week. The targets were not only Europeans but people of colour, including Indians.

  • Vijay Mallya's Presence At UK Event Not Envoy's Fault: Sushma Swaraj

    Vijay Mallya's Presence At UK Event Not Envoy's Fault: Sushma Swaraj

    External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today said business tycoon Vijay Mallya -- who has been declared a proclaimed offender after defaulting on loans worth $1 billion -- was not invited to the book launch event by the organisers or the Indian high commission.

  • Britain Mourns Jo Cox, Killed In Daylight Attack Before EU Vote

    Britain Mourns Jo Cox, Killed In Daylight Attack Before EU Vote

    The British flag flew at half-mast over the UK parliament as the nation mourned lawmaker Jo Cox who was killed in a shock daylight street attack in her home town in northern England on Thursday. The murder of the pro-European Union lawmaker has halted campaigning for the referendum on Britain's membership in the bloc just a week before the crucial ...

  • 'Leave EU, Face Recession': George Osborne's Warning For Britain

    'Leave EU, Face Recession': George Osborne's Warning For Britain

    George Osborne, the man in charge of UK's exchequer, is seeking divine intervention at London's famed Swami Narayan Mandir. The Chancellor of exchequer told NDTV that an exit from the European Union could mean an 'economic shock, a recession for Britain'.

  • 'Europe Mein Rehna Hai': David Cameron on Why Britain Should Remain In EU

    <i>'Europe Mein Rehna Hai'</i>: David Cameron on Why Britain Should Remain In EU

    With less than a fortnight to go for the UK to hold a referendum on whether it should remain or leave the European Union, Prime Minister David Cameron says leaving the EU may mean dangerous consequences including losing jobs and safety in the UK. Speaking exclusively to NDTV's Radhika Iyer, the Prime Minister listed three top reasons why one should...

  • Confusion Over Merger Of PIO, OCI Cards, High Commission Says 'No Panic'

    Confusion Over Merger Of PIO, OCI Cards, High Commission Says 'No Panic'

    The merger of Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) and Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) schemes, as announced by the Centre is turning out to be a confusing exercise for thousands of expats as the deadline for the conversion of cards nears on June 30.

  • Ex Wipro Employee Who Was Allegedly Called 'Bitch' By Colleagues Wins Case

    Ex Wipro Employee Who Was Allegedly Called 'Bitch' By Colleagues Wins Case

    Shreya Ukil took Indian IT giant Wipro to court in 2014 making stunning allegations of sex discrimination, unfair dismissal and verbal abuse by her colleagues in London.

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