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Vijay Mallya case: Letter rogatory issued to Switzerland
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Vijay Mallya case: Letter rogatory issued to Switzerland

The first step to get the official count of the properties owned by liquor baron Vijay Mallya outside the country was initiated on Friday, with a court here issuing a Letter Rogatory (LR) to the Switzerland government. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) had ... DNA, 1 month ago

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Mumbai court issues LR to UK in PMLA case against Mallya

A special court here today issued a Letter Rogatory to the UK seeking legal assistance in connection with a money laundering case registered by the Enforcement Directorate against businessman Vijay Mallya, who has been declared a proclaimed offender.
 DNA1 month ago

According to CBI, Letters Rogatory (request for legal

assistance) have been sent to authorities in British Virgin Islands and Singapore seeking details of use of money lying in Kingfisher's accounts in these tax havens.
 DNA1 month ago
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VVIP chopper scam: Singapore responds to CBI's query on AgustaWestland

The probe agency had sent Letters Rogatory to eight countries regarding the case.
 DNA2 months ago AgustaWestland: CBI receives response from all eight countries, to begin fresh questioning  Zee News2 months ago
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UK positive, but judicial process may delay Mallya extradition

The UK on Tuesday assured New Delhi to expedite all pending requests for extradition, including that of liquor baron Vijay Mallya. Mallya is wanted in India for charges of money laundering and defaulting on bank loans. Sources said that while the UK was 'very ...
 DNA4 weeks ago India & UK discuss pending deportation, extradition cases  Deccan Herald4 weeks ago

Mallya issue: Manmohan, Chidambaram rubbish BJP's allegations

Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and former Finance Minister P Chidambaram today dismissed BJPs charges that they had helped Vijay Mallya get bank loans during UPAs tenure, even as Congress hit back raising a series of questions asking who let the ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Tyagi purchased properties in 'cash', didn't inform govt

Former India Air Force chief S P Tyagi had allegedly paid in cash to the tune of crores of rupees to purchase properties in Gurgaon when he was heading the force but did not declare those to the government, top CBI sources said today. They also claimed that ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Agusta case: HC seeks Tyagi's response on CBI plea against his bail  Rediff.com2 months ago Agusta Westland: SP Tyagi's cousin and lawyer's judicial custody extended for 14 days  Sify2 months ago AgustaWestland scam: Delhi HC issues notice to Tyagi  Sify2 months ago

NIA to write to Pak. on Kupwara Army camp attackers

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) will send a letter rogatory (judicial request for collecting evidence) to Pakistan, seeking information about two mobile handsets recovered from the three terro...
 The Hindu2 months ago NIA to write to Pak. on attackers  The Hindu2 months ago
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