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Why do you actually need a passport to travel?
Deccan Chronicle

MLC urges MEA to set up three passport offices in Karnataka

MANGALURU: A delegation led by Congress MLC Ivan D'Souza on Wednesday met regional passport officer P S Karthigeyan at regional passport office (RPO) in Bengaluru to demand setting up of passport offices in Mangaluru, Mysuru and Hubballi. The ... Times of India, 6 hours ago
Why do you actually need a passport to travel? Deccan Chronicle, 1 week ago
DNA

RBI, Passport are cleanest govt offices in Mumbai: Survey

Mumbai, Mar 30 () Reserve Bank Of India's office in Mumbai Central and Passport office in suburban Malad have been declared as the "cleanest and most hygienic" government offices in the city, a civic official said here today.
 Times of India1 month ago
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Reuters India

Hyatt Gold Passport Wins Best Elite Program at The 2016 Freddie Awards

Comments May 2, 2016 - Mumbai, Maharashtra, India Business Wire India Hyatt Hotels Corporation (NYSE: H) today announces that Hyatt Gold Passport was honored with Best Elite Program in the Americas and Best Elite Program in the Middle ...
 AndhraNews.net2 days ago Vijay Mallya resigns from Rajya Sabha - TV reports  Reuters India2 days ago Vijay Mallya resigns as Rajya Sabha MP, says he won't get a fair hearing  Economic Times2 days ago India's Mallya says willing to reach 'reasonable' debt settlement: FT  Yahoo! News5 days ago
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Rediff.com

Banks need to ensure no defaulter manages to get away: FM

A special court in Mumbai on Monday ordered the arrest of Mallya, days after government suspended his passport in a bid to force his return from abroad and make him repay dues. Amid a raging row over recovery of soured debt from tycoon Vijay Mallya, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Wednesday said it was responsibility of banks to ensure no defaulter manages to get away. A special court in Mumbai on Monday ordered the arrest of Mallya, days after government suspended his passport in a bid to ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago FM Arun Jaitley takes a dig at Vijay Mallya, says banks should ensure no defaulter gets away  Business Insider India1 week ago Banks should ensure no defaulter gets away: Jaitley  Economic Times2 weeks ago Vijay Mallya row: Responsibility of banks to ensure no defaulter manages to get away, says FM Jaitley  DNA India2 weeks ago
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Hindustan Times

2008 Mumbai attacks: Three Muhammad Usmans wanted

As Austrian prosecutors probe Pakistani national Muhammad Ghani Usman's alleged links to the Mumbai attacks, officials here have said at least three fugitives with similar names are wanted by Pakistani authorities in connection with the 2008 ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago 'Mumbai bomber' slips into Europe in ISIS plot: Report  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Attempt made to kill Bal Thackeray, assailant escaped: Headley  Sify1 month ago 'Sajid Mir was key to Mumbai attacks'  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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NDTV

Sanjay Dutt To Get His Passport Back After TADA Court's Approval

Actor Sanjay Dutt's application for return of his passport was today allowed by special TADA court in Mumbai. Mr Dutt was released from prison last month after serving his sentence in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case. "The court has allowed his ...
 NDTV1 month ago Sanjay Dutt pleas to get back passport  Business Standard1 month ago After release from jail, Dutt seeks passport  Times of India1 month ago
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DNA

Business as usual for Mallya’s Force India

India's move to suspend embattled tycoon Vijay Mallyas diplomatic passport made headlines in Mumbai and New Delhi on Friday but it was business as usual for his Force India Formula One team in China. Mallya has yet to attend a grand prix this year, absent ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago Vijay Mallya absent from 2016 F1 races but it's business as usual for Force India  DNA2 weeks ago Mallya absent but business as usual for Force India  Reuters2 weeks ago
NDTV

Vijay Mallya didn't use loan money to buy property abroad, says his group

Mumbai, Apr 18 (NDTV): Entrepreneur Vijay Mallya, whose passport has been suspended, has refuted allegations that he siphoned nearly half of a 900-crore loan to his Kingfisher Airlines, to buy property abroad. Mr Mallya, 60, who flew to London ...
 Daijiworldcom2 weeks ago

Maharashtra MLA Kadu granted bail by Esplanade Court, asked to surrender passport

Maharashtra independent legislator Bacchu Kadu was granted bail on Thursday by the Esplanade Court in Mumbai on payment of a surety of Rs 25,000 for allegedly slapping a bureaucrat after a scuffle over allowing an associate to live in government quarters. The ...
 Sify1 month ago Maharashtra MLA Bacchu Kadu granted bail by Esplanade Court, asked to surrender passport  Zee News1 month ago Chhota Rajan fake passport case: 3 retd officials granted bail  Deccan Herald1 month ago
Rediff.com

ED mulling options against Mallya

ED's zonal office in Mumbai is preparing legal papers to take the next step in the wake of Mallya skipping the third summons that required him to "personally" join investigations on April 9. Image: ED's zonal office in Mumbai is preparing legal papers to take the next step in the wake of Mallya skipping the third summons. Photograph: PTI     The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is mulling "appropriate" action against liqour baron Vijay Mallya, including getting his passport revoked, ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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