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liquor Tycoon Vijay Mallya. - HinDaily

liquor Tycoon Vijay Mallya.HinDailyliquor King Vijay Mallya : I Begged for Help, not for Loans. Squarely Keeping the Blame For Collapse of King Fisher Airlines (KFA) on the Government. And... Hindaily.com is a Most Trending News Portal In India and Across World. We Covers Latest News ...and more »

Vijay Mallya : I Begged for Help, not for Loans. - HinDaily;

Vijay Mallya : I Begged for Help, not for Loans. - HinDaily

HinDailyVijay Mallya : I Begged for Help, not for Loans.HinDailyMallya also said that aall he sought was help related to Policy change and not loans, questioning Public funds given to Air India. “KFA” Collapsed with oil at USD 140 per Barrel and state sales tax on top rupee devaluation. No FDI Engine Failures ...and more »

What Vijay Mallya Said In His Defence Will Make You Laugh Out Loud - TopYaps

What Vijay Mallya Said In His Defence Will Make You Laugh Out LoudTopYapsVijay Mallya, the ex-liquor tycoon, who fled away from India without paying his loans, was recently charged by the CBI with having misappropriated a $132 million loan granted by a government-owned bank. × ...and more »

Vijay Mallya blames everybody except himself for Kingfisher Airlines disaster - International Business Times, India Edition;

Vijay Mallya blames everybody except himself for Kingfisher Airlines disaster - International Business Times, India Edition

International Business Times, India EditionVijay Mallya blames everybody except himself for Kingfisher Airlines disasterInternational Business Times, India EditionIn a series of tweets, beleaguered businessman Vijay Mallya lists a series of problems for the mess that Kingfisher Airlines is in. S V Krishnamachari. January 28, 2017 17:37 IST. kingfisher airlines, vijay mallya, kfa, kfa loans, manmohan singh and ...and more »

Former Kingfisher employee reveals extent of Vijay Mallya's illegal activities - The New Indian Express;

Former Kingfisher employee reveals extent of Vijay Mallya's illegal activities - The New Indian Express

The New Indian ExpressFormer Kingfisher employee reveals extent of Vijay Mallya's illegal activitiesThe New Indian ExpressNEW DELHI: After a series of allegations were levied on liquor baron Vijay Mallya, a former employee of the now-grounded Kingfisher Airlines (KFA), Anirudh Balal, has also accused him of taking loans for his own benefit, rather than using that acquired ...and more »

Vijay Mallya slams media, CBI, SEBI for charges against him - The Statesman;

Vijay Mallya slams media, CBI, SEBI for charges against him - The Statesman

The StatesmanVijay Mallya slams media, CBI, SEBI for charges against himThe StatesmanDefending himself in loan repayment issues, liquor tycoon Vijay Mallya on Saturday said that Kingfisher Airlines (KFA) collapsed due to bad government policies and higher oil prices. “KFA collapsed with oil at $140 per barrel and State sales tax on top ...and more »

This Bank Allegedly Bent Rules, Ignored RBI Guidelines And A ₹6000 Cr Debt To Lend Vijay Mallya ₹950 Crore - Huffington Post India;

This Bank Allegedly Bent Rules, Ignored RBI Guidelines And A ₹6000 Cr Debt To Lend Vijay Mallya ₹950 Crore - Huffington Post India

Huffington Post IndiaThis Bank Allegedly Bent Rules, Ignored RBI Guidelines And A ₹6000 Cr Debt To Lend Vijay Mallya ₹950 CroreHuffington Post IndiaFollowing IDBI Bank chairman Yogesh Agarwal's arrest earlier this week, it has come to light how the bank literally threw the rule-book out of the window to facilitate a grand scam, allegedly orchestrated by Vijay Mallya. According to Mumbai Mirror ...and more »

Vijay Mallya-Kingfisher case: Not just bankers, UPA too have a lot of explaining to do - Firstpost

Vijay Mallya-Kingfisher case: Not just bankers, UPA too have a lot of explaining to doFirstpostThe arrest of a few former IDBI bank officials early this week by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) marks a new chapter in the Vijay Mallya-Kingfisher loan case. Those arrested include former chairman, Yogesh Aggarwal, four other ex-officials ...and more »

Vijay Mallya slams CBI, SEBI, demands proof - indiablooms;

Vijay Mallya slams CBI, SEBI, demands proof - indiablooms

indiabloomsVijay Mallya slams CBI, SEBI, demands proofindiabloomsNew Delhi, Jan 28 (IBNS) : Fugitive liquor baron Vijay Mallya, charged with non-payment of bank loans and siphoning the phenomenal amount abroad, has slammed the Central Bureau of Investigation and Securities Exchange Board of India for indicting him.and more »

Karnataka HC issues bailable arrest warrant against Mallya - Bellevision

Karnataka HC issues bailable arrest warrant against MallyaBellevisionBengaluru, 28 Jan 2017: The Karnataka High Court on Friday issued a bailable arrest warrant against beleaguered liquor baron Vijay Mallya for allegedly violating an undertaking given by him and his companies not to transfer their equity shares in ...and more »

Kingfisher loan: Did former PMO, Finance Minister bail out Vijay Mallya? - Moneycontrol.com

Kingfisher loan: Did former PMO, Finance Minister bail out Vijay Mallya?Moneycontrol.comIn a twist to the Vijay Mallya saga, Network18 has accessed letters that embattled tycoon Vijay Mallya wrote to the then Prime Minister's Office (PMO) and his employees that indicate that Manmohan Singh and Finance Minister gave undue favours to Mallya.and more »

Begged for help, not loans, says Vijay Mallya - Economic Times;

Begged for help, not loans, says Vijay Mallya - Economic Times

Economic TimesBegged for help, not loans, says Vijay MallyaEconomic TimesNEW DELHI: Squarely putting the blame for collapse of Kingfisher Airlines (KFA) on the then government's policies and economic conditions, troubled liquor tycoon Vijay Mallya has said public funds were used to bail out state-owned Air India, but not ...and more »

Vijay Mallya slam CBI, media, demands proof for charges imposed against him - inUth.com;

Vijay Mallya slam CBI, media, demands proof for charges imposed against him - inUth.com

inUth.comVijay Mallya slam CBI, media, demands proof for charges imposed against himinUth.comThe ex-liquor tycoon, who fled away from India without paying his loans, has dragged the Indian media too and asked them the same question. News Stalker; Jan 28, 2017. India's one of the biggest loan defaulters and fugitive, Vijaya Mallya, has played ...and more »

Court issues warrant against Vijay Mallya - Times of India

Court issues warrant against Vijay MallyaTimes of IndiaBENGALURU: The high court on Friday ordered issuance of a bailable warrant against liquor baron Vijay Mallya in a contempt petition filed by a consortium of banks that had lent money to his now-defunct Kingfisher Airlines. A division bench of Justices ...and more »

Vijaya Mallya gained undue favour from PMO, Finance Minister in UPA govt, says report - Zee News;

Vijaya Mallya gained undue favour from PMO, Finance Minister in UPA govt, says report - Zee News

Zee NewsVijaya Mallya gained undue favour from PMO, Finance Minister in UPA govt, says reportZee NewsNew Delhi: United Progressive Alliance government seems to have unduly favoured Vijay Mallya's Kingfisher Airlines in sanctioning loans despite not meeting parameters for credit worthy companies. CBI has charged the beleaguered businessman in the Rs ...and more »

CBI Says Mallya Didn't Want To Repay His Loan And Planned A 'Criminal Conspiracy' To Avoid It - Indiatimes.com;

CBI Says Mallya Didn't Want To Repay His Loan And Planned A 'Criminal Conspiracy' To Avoid It - Indiatimes.com

Indiatimes.comCBI Says Mallya Didn't Want To Repay His Loan And Planned A 'Criminal Conspiracy' To Avoid ItIndiatimes.comThe Central Bureau of Investigation has said that IDBI Bank officials, who have been arrested in the Kingfisher Airlines case, diluted the security requirements in respect of the Rs 950 crore loan in two stages; prior to the loan sanction and post ...and more »

The Mallya Mails: Did Former PMO Show Special Interest in Keeping Kingfisher Flying? - News18;

The Mallya Mails: Did Former PMO Show Special Interest in Keeping Kingfisher Flying? - News18

News18The Mallya Mails: Did Former PMO Show Special Interest in Keeping Kingfisher Flying?News18New Delhi: The office of former prime minister Manmohan Singh may have taken a special interest to try and keep afloat Vijay Mallya's ailing Kingfisher Airlines against the run of play, documents accessed by CNN-News18 indicate. In the series of emails ...and more »

Two UB group companies settle outstanding dues before KFA approached bank for loan - News Nation;

Two UB group companies settle outstanding dues before KFA approached bank for loan - News Nation

News NationTwo UB group companies settle outstanding dues before KFA approached bank for loanNews NationJust a month before the now-defunct Kingfisher Airlines approached the IDBI Bank for a corporate loan of Rs 950 crore in October 2009, two UB Group companies had settled their outstanding dues and obtained 'no dues' certificates from the bank.and more »

Vijay Mallya demands proof from SEBI, CBI over fraud charges - The New Indian Express;

Vijay Mallya demands proof from SEBI, CBI over fraud charges - The New Indian Express

The New Indian ExpressVijay Mallya demands proof from SEBI, CBI over fraud chargesThe New Indian ExpressNEW DELHI: Continuing to play the victim card, chairperson of defunct Kingfisher Airlines, Vijay Mallya on Saturday demanded evidence from the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and Security Exchange Board of India (SEBI) so as to justify the fraud ...and more »