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Harshit Saxena 21h
The only book that Vijay Mallya probably never read!!! 🙃
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The Hindu Dec 2
The ED has already attached properties worth about ₹14,000 crore linked to businessman under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act.
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India Post 6h
Indian banks back in UK court over Mallya's non-payment of debt - Get your news featured use
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Law Gupshup 4h
Vijay Mallya Faces Bankruptcy Over Rs 10,000 Crores In Debt To read more go on
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heena sharma 6h
PSBs want ex-billionaire Mallya to be declared bankrupt over $1.52 bn debt
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ChiefSrinc Dec 6
Someone please remind me when left India? Nirav Modi? & that Choksi fellow?
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VK Dec 4
Replying to @NagpalManoj
The million $$$ question is which country’s passport do the top management of Karvy hold. Time for more people to do a stunt.
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India Blooms 1h
State-owned banks petition in London court demanding Mallya's bankruptcy | Indiablooms - First Portal on Digital News Management ,
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TNIE Business Dec 4
After , has been declared as a fugitive economic offender in the under FEO Act.
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India TV 5h
Twelve Indian banks have demanded that Vijay Mallya be declared bankrupt for failing to clear his debt. Mallya’s reportedly owns properties worth millions of pounds in the UK
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Sai K Badarala Dec 4
Replying to @RCBTweets
Before that find
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An_Idealist Dec 4
Replying to @bsindia
Will and get asylum on Kailaasa?
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Business Standard 8h
Twelve state-owned Indian banks are petitioning for ex-billionaire Vijay Mallya to be declared bankrupt over $1.52 billion in unpaid debts.
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sanjay bajaj Dec 4
is setting up new precedent anyone who's done a or can now start looking to buy such islands and make their own law isn't this a dangerous idea must have noted this
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Firstpost 3h
A previous UK High Court ruling had refused to overturn a worldwide order freezing 's assets and upheld an Indian court's ruling that the consortium of 13 Indian banks was entitled to recover funds.
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The Hindu 2h
A consortium of public sector banks led by are back in the UK high court to seek a bankruptcy order against
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Bachpan ka Dost Dec 5
Behind every succesful Man there is atleast one Nationalised Bank .....
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Saroop Chattopadhyay ~ স্বরূপ চট্টোপাধ্যায় Dec 9
Replying to @DilipGhoshBJP
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Khaleej Times Dec 4
is the second businessman after to be declared a fugitive economic offender.
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Karthik Anant Dec 7
Just imagine how incompetent the government is!! How still gets the praise is beyond me 🤦‍♂️ List goes on....!
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Capital M Dec 4
London is one way traffic! You can enter in as fugitive, as refugee, asylum seeker - but you don’t need to leave that place ever.
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