09 Jul 2011
Asserting that Companies that have not filed annual returns and balance sheet to Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) for past five years have been put on notice, a senior official of MCA on Saturday said there were 80,000 such companies in Northern India.
07 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Blazing all guns against the government and media, Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said that those who took cots from the rally in Uttar Pradesh were branded as thieves but Vijay Mallya who ran away from the country with 9,000 crore rupees is called as defaulter.
09 Sep 2016
New Delhi : Beleaguered liquor baron Vijay Mallya, who has been declared willful defaulter and staying out of the country, has told a Delhi court that he is unable to attend the hearing of the cases due to the cancellation of his passport.
14 Mar 2016
New Delhi/Hyderabad: Beleaguered businessman Vijay Mallya, who has been summoned by the ED to appear before it on March 18, has ruled out his return to India for now, saying the time is not "right".
07 Jul 2016
New Delhi: The government may extend the deadline for payment of tax on black money disclosed during the one-time compliance window and has accepted the industry request for tax being paid in instalments.
27 Oct 2014
Kolkata: City-based UCO Bank on Monday said it has "identified" Vijay Mallya-owned Kingfisher Airlines (KFA) as a "wilful defaulter" and will be sending a notice to the defunct carrier.
23 Nov 2015
Kabul: A 5.9-magnitude quake struck northern Afghanistan late night today, the US Geological Survey said, jolting the Indian capital and parts of Pakistan according to local reports.
22 Nov 2015
Mumbai: After a protracted legal battle, State Bank of India (SBI) has declared industrialist Vijay Mallya a 'wilful defaulter' for defaults on nearly Rs 7,000 crore loans to the long-grounded Kingfisher Airlines.
01 Sep 2014
New Delhi: State-run United Bank of India on Monday became the first lender to declare debt-ridden Kingfisher Airlines and its promoter Vijay Mallya as willful defaulters.
27 Mar 2016
Rangapara (Assam): Warning that no bank defaulter will be spared, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today accused Congress of helping the rich usurp people's money and claimed his government has "tightened the screws" on the "looters" who were now fleeing due to fear of going to jail.