While Subrata Roy of Sahara Group and Vijay Mallya of Kingfisher Airlines have been much in the news over the last few months for being tagged as wilful defaulters. But, as per the information by the Credit Information Bureau (India) Ltd. (CIBIL), ... Meri News, 1 month ago
Here's the billion dollar question. Why do super rich Indians not pay back the money they owe to banks and investors even risking ill-repute, and chances of imprisonment? The two recent examples are that of Sahara's Subrata Roy who has been in ...Firstpost.com, 1 month ago
In what is perhaps going to be the biggest pan-India land sale in India's recent history, about 4,600 acres of Sahara Group's property, spread across 14 states of the country, are set to go on sale. Indian conglomerate Sahara India's founder and ...MapsofIndia, 1 month ago 4,700 acres across 14 states: Why mega Sahara sale will be next to impossible Firstpost.com, 1 month ago
3:59 PM GMT Using the Alanis Morrisette definition of the word, it's a little bit ironic that Vijay Mallya's current legal difficulties in India -- all linked to loans used to shore up ailing businesses -- are preventing the former 'King of Good ...ESPN.co.uk, 1 month ago Force India plays down impact of Mallya's issues ESPN.co.uk, 1 month ago
Industrialist Vijay Mallya, in an interview to UK-based Financial Times , said that by taking my passport or arresting me, they will not get any money. It's time the Indian government called Mallya's bluff and brings him back to face justice. In ...Business Standard India, 2 months ago
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