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Vijay Mallya loan case: Banks should focus on recovering dues, says Uday Kotak
Financial Express

Vijay Mallya loan case: Banks should focus on recovering dues,...

Vijay Mallya promoted companies, including the now defunct Kingfisher Airlines owe over Rs 9,000 crores to a consortium of 17 banks led by the SBI. (Reuters) Banks should focus on recovery rather than going after borrowers, eminent banker Uday ... Financial Express, 1 day ago
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First Post.com

Vijay Mallya keen to settle with banks; no hurry to return

MUMBAI: Vijay Mallya is keen for a "reasonable" settlement with banks and close a painful chapter in his otherwise spectacular career, the beleaguered liquor baron has said in an interview. Mallya, however, said he has no plans to leave the UK and ...
 Economic Times1 day ago India's top bank loan defaulter Mallya says no plans to return to India  DeshGujarat2 days ago By taking passport or arresting me, they won't get any money, Mallya to UK paper  Deccan Chronicle2 days ago You won't get my money by arresting me, says Vijay Mallya | 10 things he said  Economic Times2 days ago
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ED lens on Mallya's $75m Diageo deal

NEW DELHI: The woes of controversial tycoon Vijay Mallya are mounting. His payout deal with Diageo Plc worth $75 million (around Rs 500 crore in today's exchange rates) for stepping down as chairman of United Spirits earlier this year has come under ...
 Times of India1 day ago Vijay Mallya's $75m Diageo deal under Enforcement Directorate's lens  Economic Times15 hours ago
Ani News

Rajya Sabha panel likely to expel Mallya from House on May 3

NEW DELHI: Controversial tycoon Vijay Mallya could lose his Rajya Sabha membership as early as May 3, with the ethics committee of the Upper House on Monday unanimously concluding that he should be expelled. The panel, though, gave him a week's time ...
 Times of India5 days ago Vijay Mallya should be expelled from Parliament, says House panel  India Today6 days ago RS Ethics Committee gives Mallya time before expulsion  Ani News6 days ago Rajya Sabha Ethics Committee gives Mallya time before expulsion  Deccan Chronicle6 days ago
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Bangladesh Daily Star

India court says banks to learn 'fugitive' Mallya's assets

India's top court said Tuesday details of embattled tycoon Vijay Mallya's assets would be shared with the banks chasing him over $1.34 billion in unpaid loans, despite his protestations the information should be kept private. The Supreme Court ...
 Yahoo! India5 days ago KINGFISHER AIRLINES : India's top court directs Mallya to furnish overseas assets details to banks  4 Traders4 days ago India SC shares details of Kingfisher chief Vijay Mallya's assets with banks  Bangladesh Daily Star5 days ago India court says banks to learn ‘fugitive’ Mallya’s assets  Himalayan times4 days ago
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Times of Oman

ED Asks Delhi RPO to Revoke Vijay Mallya's Passport

| Updated on: 2:03 pm,Apr 13,2016 IST New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Wednesday asked the Regional Passport Office (RPO) in Delhi to revoke business tycoon Vijay Mallya's passport after he failed to appear before the probe agency ...
 IBNLive2 weeks ago India's Enforcement Directorate seeks to recall exemption given to Mallya  Times of Oman4 days ago Revoke Vjay Mallya's passport, says ED  MSN News US2 weeks ago
MSN News US

Vijay Mallya writes to ED, seeks time till May to appear in money laundering case

Business tycoon Vijay Mallya has for the third time dodged the Enforcement Directorate summons issued to him in connection with the money laundering probe against him. Mallya wrote to the ED seeking time till May to appear before it. He cited that ...
 IBNLive3 weeks ago ED seeks revocation of Mallya's passport  Equilibrio Informativo2 weeks ago ED wants Mallya to appear in old case  HT Syndication3 days ago Mallya writes to ED, seeks time to appear in money laundering case  MSN News US3 weeks ago
United News of India

Mallya for 'reasonable settlement' with banks; says no plans to return to India

London, Apr 29 (UNI) Beleagured business tycoon Vijay Mallya, wanted in India in several cases of bank loan payment default, today said he desired a"reasonable settlement with creditor banks, but dismissed the idea of return to India in the current ...
 United News of India2 days ago Mallya for reasonable settlement with banks; says no plans to return to India  Central Chronicle2 days ago Mallya for ''reasonable settlement'' with banks; says no plans to return to India  NetIndia123.com2 days ago

India writes to UK authorities seeking Mallya's deportment

In a further development in the Vijay Mallya case, the ministry of external affairs (MEA) has written to the UK High Commission requesting the deportation of the defaulting businessman so that ''his presence can be secured for investigations against ...
 Domain-B2 days ago India Seeks Vijay Mallya's Extradition From Britain  Equilibrio Informativo3 days ago India requests UK high commission for Vijay Mallya's deportation  Financial Express Bangladesh3 days ago
Hindustan Times

By arresting me, they are not getting any money: Mallya

Liquor tycoon Vijay Mallya, who flew to London last month as banks pressed him to repay around Rs 9,000 crore owed by his defunct Kingfisher Airlines, has said in an interview to a UK daily that he is in forced exile. In an interview with the ...
 Hindustan Times2 days ago
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