United Spirits

Almost all Indian government evidence admitted in Mallya extradition case

In a seeming setback to Vijay Mallya's bid to avoid extradition to India, Westminster Magistrate's Court has admitted almost all the evidence presented by the Indian government to support its charges of fraud and money laundering against the former head of United Spirits.

Embattled Mallya spends £16k a month on fleet of cars

Vijay Mallya, the former head of India's United Spirits, spends £16,000 a month on maintaining his fleet of cars while his overseas assets, outside of India, total just $114 million, his legal team told the High Court in London yesterday.

Monday could be landmark day for Mallya’s extradition battle

Former head of United Spirits, Vijay Mallya, will learn whether Westminster Magistrates have decided to accept or disregard much of the documentary evidence supplied by the Indian authorities to support their request that he be returned to answer charges of fraud and money laundering.

Indian banks ‘broke rules’ when lending money to Mallya

The chief magistrate at the extradition hearing of the former head of United Spirits, Vijay Mallya, has said that it was "blindingly obvious" that rules were being broken by Indian banks that loaned funds to his failed Kingfisher Airlines.

VJ Mallya to face new charges

September 26th, 2017

Vijay Mallya given bail

June 14th, 2017

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