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'Reported By Radhika Iyer' - 79 News Result(s)

  • Vijay Mallya Appeal Against UK Extradition Rejected, Verbal Hearing Next

    Vijay Mallya Appeal Against UK Extradition Rejected, Verbal Hearing Next

    Fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya's written appeal against an extradition order passed by a magistrate late last year has been rejected by a High Court judge in the United Kingdom. He will now face an oral hearing on his appeal against the decision.

  • Nirav Modi, Accused In PNB Scam, Denied Bail Again By London Court

    Nirav Modi, Accused In PNB Scam, Denied Bail Again By London Court

    Fugitive jeweller Nirav Modi, the main accused in Rs 13,000 crore Punjab National Bank scam, will not be released on bail, a court in London ruled on Friday, rejecting his bail application. This is the second time the billionaire diamantaire has been denied bail since his arrest last week.

  • Nirav Modi Showed 20,000 Pounds A Month Payslip To UK Court

    Nirav Modi Showed 20,000 Pounds A Month Payslip To UK Court

    Nirav Modi Arrested: Fraud-accused jeweler Nirav Modi, arrested on Tuesday, told a UK court today that he was working in London for a salary of 20,000 pounds, or Rs 18 lakh, a month.

  • Vijay Mallya's Extradition Cleared By UK; Will Appeal, Says Liquor Baron

    Vijay Mallya's Extradition Cleared By UK; Will Appeal, Says Liquor Baron

    Fugitive liquor baron Vijay Mallya will be extradited to India to face trial for alleged fraud and money laundering amounting to Rs 9,000 crore, UK's home secretary Sajid Javed has decided. The order for his extradition was signed on Mondayfollowing India's request.

  • Vijay Mallya To Be Extradited Rules London Court: 10 Points

    Vijay Mallya To Be Extradited Rules London Court: 10 Points

    Fugitive tycoon Vijay Mallya can be extradited to India to face fraud investigations, a court in the UK ruled today. Vijay Mallya is wanted in India for defaulting on Rs 9,000 crore in loans to his failed Kingfisher Airlines. There was no sign of a false case being mounted against him, UK judge Emma Arbuthnot said. Calling it a great day for India,...

  • Vijay Mallya In UK Court For Decision On Return To India: 10 Points

    Vijay Mallya In UK Court For Decision On Return To India: 10 Points

    Whether fugitive tycoon Vijay Mallya will be extradited to India to face fraud investigations is likely to be decided by a court in the UK today. He is wanted in India for defaulting on Rs 9,000 crore in loans to his failed Kingfisher Airlines. He repeated to reporters that he was ready to repay 100 per cent the principle that he owes -- an offer h...

  • UK Court May Decide On Vijay Mallya's Extradition Today: 10 Points

    UK Court May Decide On Vijay Mallya's Extradition Today: 10 Points

    A court in UK is expected to decide today whether fugitive tycoon Vijay Mallya will be extradited to face trial in India. The 62-year-old chief of the defunct Kingfisher Airlines is wanted for alleged fraud and money laundering amounting to Rs 9,000 crore. Vijay Mallya has argued that the case is politically motivated and appealed against extraditi...

  • Met Finance Minister Before Leaving Country, Says Vijay Mallya

    Met Finance Minister Before Leaving Country, Says Vijay Mallya

    Wanted tycoon Vijay Mallya has said he met Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to "settle matters" before he left India, news agency ANI reported.

  • No Natural Light In Mumbai Jail, Said Vijay Mallya. UK Judge Wants Video

    No Natural Light In Mumbai Jail, Said Vijay Mallya. UK Judge Wants Video

    As Vijay Mallya complained about "no natural light" or fresh air in Indian jails, a UK judge on Tuesday asked India for a video of a cell at the Arthur Road jail in Mumbai where it plans to keep the fraud-accused liquor tycoon. The court will take up the high-profile extradition case next on September 12.

  • Vijay Mallya's UK Home Can Be Searched, Assets Seized In Win For Banks

    Vijay Mallya's UK Home Can Be Searched, Assets Seized In Win For Banks

    A UK High Court judge has issued an enforcement order in favour of a consortium of 13 Indian banks, seeking to recover funds owed to them by beleaguered liquor baron Vijay Mallya who is fighting extradition to India on fraud and money laundering charges worth nearly Rs 9,000 crore.

  • Nirav Modi Believed To Be In Brussels, Using Fake Passports: Sources

    Nirav Modi Believed To Be In Brussels, Using Fake Passports: Sources

    Celebrity jeweller Nirav Modi, who is on the run from law, went to London and then to Belgian capital Brussels after his passport was revoked, sources told NDTV. Wanted in India for 13,000-crore bank fraud, Nirav Modi is travelling on multiple fake Indian passports, sources said. Since January, when he fled India, Nirav Modi has been crisscrossing ...

  • In Vijay Mallya Case In London, CBI Has A Good Day. Says Jail Cell Ready

    In Vijay Mallya Case In London, CBI Has A Good Day. Says Jail Cell Ready

    The CBI's evidence against billionaire Vijay Mallya, accused of loan fraud in India, was admitted by a London court today, in a boost for the investigating agency that has been trying to get the liquor tycoon to stand trial in India. The agency also informed the court that a prison cell in line with guidelines issued by an European human rights bod...

  • PM Modi, Taunted By Opposition For Silence To Criticism, Explains

    PM Modi, Taunted By Opposition For Silence To Criticism, Explains

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has been increasingly targeted by the Congress, particularly its president Rahul Gandhi, appeared to deliver a sharp comeback to his political rivals.

  • 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.

'Reported By Radhika Iyer' - 79 News Result(s)

  • Vijay Mallya Appeal Against UK Extradition Rejected, Verbal Hearing Next

    Vijay Mallya Appeal Against UK Extradition Rejected, Verbal Hearing Next

    Fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya's written appeal against an extradition order passed by a magistrate late last year has been rejected by a High Court judge in the United Kingdom. He will now face an oral hearing on his appeal against the decision.

  • Nirav Modi, Accused In PNB Scam, Denied Bail Again By London Court

    Nirav Modi, Accused In PNB Scam, Denied Bail Again By London Court

    Fugitive jeweller Nirav Modi, the main accused in Rs 13,000 crore Punjab National Bank scam, will not be released on bail, a court in London ruled on Friday, rejecting his bail application. This is the second time the billionaire diamantaire has been denied bail since his arrest last week.

  • Nirav Modi Showed 20,000 Pounds A Month Payslip To UK Court

    Nirav Modi Showed 20,000 Pounds A Month Payslip To UK Court

    Nirav Modi Arrested: Fraud-accused jeweler Nirav Modi, arrested on Tuesday, told a UK court today that he was working in London for a salary of 20,000 pounds, or Rs 18 lakh, a month.

  • Vijay Mallya's Extradition Cleared By UK; Will Appeal, Says Liquor Baron

    Vijay Mallya's Extradition Cleared By UK; Will Appeal, Says Liquor Baron

    Fugitive liquor baron Vijay Mallya will be extradited to India to face trial for alleged fraud and money laundering amounting to Rs 9,000 crore, UK's home secretary Sajid Javed has decided. The order for his extradition was signed on Mondayfollowing India's request.

  • Vijay Mallya To Be Extradited Rules London Court: 10 Points

    Vijay Mallya To Be Extradited Rules London Court: 10 Points

    Fugitive tycoon Vijay Mallya can be extradited to India to face fraud investigations, a court in the UK ruled today. Vijay Mallya is wanted in India for defaulting on Rs 9,000 crore in loans to his failed Kingfisher Airlines. There was no sign of a false case being mounted against him, UK judge Emma Arbuthnot said. Calling it a great day for India,...

  • Vijay Mallya In UK Court For Decision On Return To India: 10 Points

    Vijay Mallya In UK Court For Decision On Return To India: 10 Points

    Whether fugitive tycoon Vijay Mallya will be extradited to India to face fraud investigations is likely to be decided by a court in the UK today. He is wanted in India for defaulting on Rs 9,000 crore in loans to his failed Kingfisher Airlines. He repeated to reporters that he was ready to repay 100 per cent the principle that he owes -- an offer h...

  • UK Court May Decide On Vijay Mallya's Extradition Today: 10 Points

    UK Court May Decide On Vijay Mallya's Extradition Today: 10 Points

    A court in UK is expected to decide today whether fugitive tycoon Vijay Mallya will be extradited to face trial in India. The 62-year-old chief of the defunct Kingfisher Airlines is wanted for alleged fraud and money laundering amounting to Rs 9,000 crore. Vijay Mallya has argued that the case is politically motivated and appealed against extraditi...

  • Met Finance Minister Before Leaving Country, Says Vijay Mallya

    Met Finance Minister Before Leaving Country, Says Vijay Mallya

    Wanted tycoon Vijay Mallya has said he met Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to "settle matters" before he left India, news agency ANI reported.

  • No Natural Light In Mumbai Jail, Said Vijay Mallya. UK Judge Wants Video

    No Natural Light In Mumbai Jail, Said Vijay Mallya. UK Judge Wants Video

    As Vijay Mallya complained about "no natural light" or fresh air in Indian jails, a UK judge on Tuesday asked India for a video of a cell at the Arthur Road jail in Mumbai where it plans to keep the fraud-accused liquor tycoon. The court will take up the high-profile extradition case next on September 12.

  • Vijay Mallya's UK Home Can Be Searched, Assets Seized In Win For Banks

    Vijay Mallya's UK Home Can Be Searched, Assets Seized In Win For Banks

    A UK High Court judge has issued an enforcement order in favour of a consortium of 13 Indian banks, seeking to recover funds owed to them by beleaguered liquor baron Vijay Mallya who is fighting extradition to India on fraud and money laundering charges worth nearly Rs 9,000 crore.

  • Nirav Modi Believed To Be In Brussels, Using Fake Passports: Sources

    Nirav Modi Believed To Be In Brussels, Using Fake Passports: Sources

    Celebrity jeweller Nirav Modi, who is on the run from law, went to London and then to Belgian capital Brussels after his passport was revoked, sources told NDTV. Wanted in India for 13,000-crore bank fraud, Nirav Modi is travelling on multiple fake Indian passports, sources said. Since January, when he fled India, Nirav Modi has been crisscrossing ...

  • In Vijay Mallya Case In London, CBI Has A Good Day. Says Jail Cell Ready

    In Vijay Mallya Case In London, CBI Has A Good Day. Says Jail Cell Ready

    The CBI's evidence against billionaire Vijay Mallya, accused of loan fraud in India, was admitted by a London court today, in a boost for the investigating agency that has been trying to get the liquor tycoon to stand trial in India. The agency also informed the court that a prison cell in line with guidelines issued by an European human rights bod...

  • PM Modi, Taunted By Opposition For Silence To Criticism, Explains

    PM Modi, Taunted By Opposition For Silence To Criticism, Explains

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has been increasingly targeted by the Congress, particularly its president Rahul Gandhi, appeared to deliver a sharp comeback to his political rivals.

  • 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.

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