- Forbes•4 months ago
With the help of the U.K., former billionaire Mallya makes a mockery of India justice. As he lives the high life in London, his former airline workers go unpaid now for four years.
- Reuters•5 months ago
NEW DELHI/MUMBAI, March 11 (Reuters) - Tycoon Vijay Mallya, under pressure from banks to repay more than $1 billion owed by his collapsed airline, on Friday refuted claims he had fled India as politicians traded recriminations over how he was able to fly to Britain unhindered. The March 2 departure of Mallya has sparked uproar in parliament and a firestorm in domestic media that pore over the lifestyle one of India's brashest entrepreneurs. Questions centre on how Mallya was allowed to leave even after creditors of his failed Kingfisher Airlines had appealed to the Supreme Court to ensure he stayed in the country.
- Forbes•6 months ago
The erstwhile "King of Good Times" has allegedly fled the Indian coop, in what looks like a desperate attempt to get away from his creditors--a consortium of 13 Indian banks that want their Rupees 9,091 crore (or $1.34 billion per today's conversion rate) that they had loaned to his Kingfisher Airlines. India's highest court has given the former billionaire two weeks to respond.
United Breweries Limited (UBL.NS)
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