New Delhi, Jan 5: Former liquor baron Vijay Mallya became the first person to be named as a fugitive economic offender. The court was hearing an application filed by the Enforcement Directorate seeking to declared him a fugitive economic offender.
New Delhi, Jan 5: Vijay Mallya became the first person to be named as a fugitive economic offender.
Mumbai, Dec 13: Who goes to attend a meeting with “300 bags”, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) asked Vijay Mallya’s lawyer in a special court here while countering the claim that the liquor baron had left India in March 2016 only to attend an event in Geneva and did not flee the country.
London, Dec 10: A court in the UK today ordered that Vijay Mallya will be extradited. The court said in its verdict that it is not of the opinion that courts in India are there to do what politicians tell them to do.
New Delhi, Dec 10: The Westminster Magistrate’s court has delivered its verdict and has said that Vijay Mallya will be extradited. While there is ample reason to rejoice, there are still a few more legal remedies available for Mallya, which could delay the extradition a bit.
New Delhi, Dec 10: Reacting to the judgement of a UK court that ordered the extradition of Vijay Mallya, a CBI official said that they were confident this would be the order. Ahead of the verdict, a joint team of Central Bureau of Investigation and Enforcement Directorate led by CBI joint director, Sai Manohar left for London. It may be recalled that it was the team that was led by Manohar which had played an active role in the extradition of AgustaWestland middleman, James Christian Michel as well.
New Delhi, Oct 25: The Central Bureau of Investigation, India’s premier probe agency is in focus and for all the wrong reasons. Former officers of the agency have termed the recent developments as unfortunate and probably the worst in the history of the agency.
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.