In a drawback for Rahul Gandhi, the former Chairman of the IPL, Lalit Modi is planning to sue the former Lok Sabha member of Wayanad. As per sources, Lalit Modi's decision to sue Gandhi came after his recent tweet, which was said to be a derogatory remark against Modi. Taking an offense, Lalit Modi said, "I have decided to take Rahul Gandhi to court in UK right away".
Courtesy: The Free Press Journal
The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) Deputy Executive Director Robert Mahoney said a London court's order to extradite Wikileaks founder Julian Assange damages journalism on December 10. ''The US Justice Department's pursuit of Assange has set a harmful legal precedent for prosecuting reporters,'' added Mohoney. Reportedly, If Assange is extradited, he'll face up to 175 years in prison under the Espionage Act and the Computer Fraud and… read-more
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In the latest development, a UK court has declared the fugitive Vijay Mallya as 'bankrupt' on July 26. The decision will help the State Bank of India-led consortium of banks to recover their debt by freezing the assets owned by Mallya's Kingfisher Airlines. Notably, Mallya is accused of not paying back Rs 9,000 crores to the banks, and is currently out on bail, living in the UK.
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