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Heineken shareholder agreement at odds with regulatory order against Vijay Mallya - Economic Times

MUMBAI: Dutch beer maker Heineken International is in a bind. Its shareholder agreement with Vijay Mallya for United Breweries Ltd entitles the Indian businessman to remain the local company's chairman for life, but a regulatory order makes him ...and more »

The king of trying times - The Hindu

Vijay Mallya's arrest by the London Metropolitan Police and the grant of conditional bail to him by a Westminster magistrate are significant events. They are likely to go into the annals of Indian criminal justice history as evidence of the government ...and more »

Mallya TV Drama Distracts From India's Bad-Debt Crisis - BloombergQuint

(Bloomberg Gadfly) -- There's an expanding bad-debt crisis in India. There's also a related spectacle surrounding the owner of a failed airline with $1.4 billion in unpaid loans. No prizes for guessing which makes for healthier television ratings ...and more »

7 statements by Vijay Mallya that prove he is the 'King of quotes'! - Free Press Journal

Liquor baron Vijay Mallya who is 'wanted' in India for defaulting on loans worth crores was arrested in London on April 18. Within 10-minute of his arrest and hearing at the Westminster Magistrates' Court he was granted bail. Indian media was full of ...and more »

It's unpleasant to read things being written about dad: Vijay Mallya's son - Business Standard

Industrialist Vijay Mallya leaves Westminster Magistrate's Court in London after getting bail on Tuesday. He was arrested earlier on Tuesday by Scotland Yard on an extradition warrant. ALSO READ. Gift settlements: How Mallya kept Diageo deal's $40 mn ...and more »

Don't hold your breath, Vijay Mallya isn't coming back to India anytime soon -

His arrest is only the beginning of a long and hard politico-legal battle for extradition. by Abhishek Sudhir. Published Apr 20, 2017 · 07:30 am. Don't hold your breath, Vijay Mallya isn't coming back to India Reuters. Apr 20, 2017 · 07:30 am. Abhishek ...and more »

Mallya's Kingfisher Airlines owes Rs 300 cr to 3000 unpaid employees - Business Standard

Aniruddh Ballal, a former senior manager in the airport services department of Kingfisher Airlines, remembers every detail about the last Kingfisher flight that took off on September 30, 2012. He remembers the flight's number, departure point, time ...and more »

Extraditing Vijay Mallya - Daily Pioneer

Controversial industrialist Vijay Mallya's arrest by London police on an extradition request by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is the first small but significant step towards bringing him back to India to face trial in a slew of cases ...and more »

Extradition Is Coming: How One Case Got Vijay Mallya On The Hook - BloombergQuint

Of the numerous cases filed against Vijay Mallya, it may have taken just one to set the ball rolling for his extradition from the U.K. – the over Rs 900-crore IDBI Bank loan default case. This was the first time Mallya was accused of “fraud”. One ...and more »

Vijay Mallya gets bail after arrest by London Police's extradition unit - Hindu Business Line

Industrialist Vijay Mallya has been granted bail after being arrested in London on Tuesday morning, and is due to appear in court next month. “Officers from the Metropolitan Police's Extradition Unit have arrested a man on an extradition warrant,” a ...and more »