Member of Parliament and businessman Vijay Mallya today informed the Supreme Court that he has submitted a proposal to the State Bank of India for repayment of dues to banks. Senior Advocate CS Vaidyanathan appeared for Mallya and Kingfisher ... Bar & Bench, 1 month ago
Supreme Court tells Mallya to give assets details to banks - The Freepress Journal, 4 weeks ago
Disclose foreign asset details to banks: Supreme Court to VijayMallya - Yahoo! India, 1 month ago
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The Delhi High Court continued hearing rebuttals by pharma companies to the central government's stand in the much fought over FDC (fixed dose combination) drug ban case today. The controversy arose after the central government issued a ...Smart Investor, 23 hours ago
34 Delhi seniors find TOI report on Delhi HC judge Gita Mittal's tardy disposal rate appalling; demand unconditional prominent apology
Seniors didn't like TOI's journalism on Delhi judge's 'tardy' speed The Times of India's (TOI) report on an anonymous tormented litigant's complaint to the Chief Justice of India (CJI), about Delhi high court justice Gita Mittal's tardy disposal of ...Legally India, 1 week ago
Court says Mallya raised no tangible grounds to maintain secrecy of information New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed beleaguered Vijay Mallya's prayer for protection from disclosure of his assets and those of his family, in India and ...Gulf News, 1 month ago Apex Court orders Mallya to furnish overseas asset details of family Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago SC dismisses Vijay Mallya's prayer for protection; orders assets details be given to banks Financial Express, 1 month ago SC orders assets details of Mallya family be given to banks Press Trust of India, 1 month ago
The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected industrialist Vijay Mallyas contention that the assets owned by him and his immediate family in foreign countries were a matter of "privacy". A bench of Justices Kurian Joseph and R F Nariman directed for disclosure of ...Deccan Herald, 1 month ago SC tells Mallya to disclose assets after banks turn down his Rs 4,000 cr offer Economic Times, 1 month ago Disclose all assets by April 21: SC to Mallya Economic Times, 1 month ago
"We don't find any tangible objection in disclosing the assets (of Mallya, his wife and children) to banks," a bench comprising Justices Kurian Joseph and RF Nariman said. The bench directed the apex court registry to furnish to ...Jagran Post, 1 month ago Disclose all overseas assets to banks: Supreme Court tells Vijay Mallya Jagran Post, 1 month ago
Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: With the consortium of banks refusing Vijay Mallya's proposal to pay over Rs 6000 crore in the IDBI Bank loan default case, his lawyers on Tuesday said the banks' intention were no longer to recover money but to see ...ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago Vijay Mallya's Rs 4,000 cr proposal was a smokescreen; he offered zilch to the banks Firstpost.com, 1 month ago Cornered Vijay Mallya offers truce, says he is ready to pay Rs 4,000 crore to banks Economic Times, 1 month ago Vijay Mallya offers to repay Rs 4,000 cr to banks by Sept Navhind Times, 1 month ago
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Mallya was first summoned by the agency to "appear in person" at its office in Mumbai on March 18 but he sought more time citing his prior engagements, following which the agency asked him to depose on April 2. SBI-led consortium of banks on ...Equilibrio Informativo, 1 month ago
A consortium of banks on Thursday rejected in the Supreme Court an offer of Rs 4,000 crore made by industrialist Vijay Mallya as settlement of a Rs 9,000-crore loan. The court also asked Mallya to disclose all assets owned by him and immediate family by April ...Deccan Herald, 1 month ago Mallya offers Rs 4,000 cr to settle dues Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
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