New Delhi, Sep 19: Amidst the row relating to former liquor baron, Vijay Mallya, the Central Bureau of Investigation said that the first look out notice seeking his detention at the airport needed correction.
New Delhi, Sep 17: The Central Bureau of Investigation is set to file a second charge sheet against former liquor baron, Vijay Mallya. CBI sources tell OneIndia that it would name a few bank officials in the Rs 6,000 crore loan fraud case.
New Delhi, Sep 16: Under fire for the escape of fugitives like VIjay Mallya, Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi, the Central Bureau of Investigation put out a strong defence. In the case of Mallya, the CBI said that there was not enough evidence to arrest him. In the cases of Nirav Modi and Choksi, the agency said that they had received a complaint from the banks almost a month after they had fled the country.
New Delhi, Sep 14: As the BJP and Congress spar with each other following the revelations made by Vijay Mallya on meeting Arun Jaitley, the fact is that the Look out Circular was watered down by the Central Bureau of Investigation.
New Delhi, Sep 13: There was a storm created on Wednesday after fugitive businessman and former liquor baron, Vijay Mallya said that he had met with Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley before leaving the country.
London, Sep 13: Fugitive businessman and former liquor baron, Vijay Mallya kicked up a storm when he claimed on Wednesday that he had met Union Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley before fleeing to London. Hours later, he however backtracked and said that there was no formal meeting.
Mumbai, Aug 30: New flooring, refurbished bathroom and painted walls. This is what has been changed in the Arthur Road jail cell, where the Central Bureau of Investigation hopes to lodge Vijay Mallya, if he is extradited to India.
New Delhi, Aug 27: Mehul Choksi has followed in the footsteps of Vijay Mallya and cited poor jail conductions in India to contest the Interpol Red Corner Notice against him. The PNB scam accused said that the conditions in Indian jails are not good.
New Delhi, July 26: The Parliament on Wednesday passed a bill that seeks to prevent big economic offenders like Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi from fleeing the country and evading the legal process.
New Delhi, July 25: Vijay Mallya is said to have indicated that he is willing to return to India. He is reportedly in talks with the Indian government and has indicated that he would want to come back to India.