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Launched in 2009, As you know the Bodos are not in majority in the Bodoland Territorial Council. Frankly speaking, Team Anna had to finally walk out of the negotiation room realising that the government is just not interested, he said The article says that the craftiness with which the irrelevant issue of minority reservations was tacked on also underscored the governments reluctance to have the bill passed Reservations based on religion have no sanction in our Constitution Enough discussion took place on this subject in the Constituent Assembly and a decision was taken to extend reservations only to the scheduled castes and tribes The courts too have reminded this aspect to the governments several times before? The social drama marked Akshay Kumar’s second release this year after Jolly LLB 2.Jolly LLB 2 and Toilet: Ek Prem Katha hasbecome the fifth and sixth highest openers of 2017 respectively Akshay Kumar is all set to share screen space with Superstar Rajinikanth in much-awaited sci-fi film 20 He also has projects likeGold and PadManin his kitty For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsNew Delhi: The Supreme Court today dismissed beleagured Vijay Mallya’s prayer for protection from disclosure of his assets and those of his family in India and abroad to Kingfisher Airlines’ lenders saying "no tangible" grounds have been raised to maintain secrecy of information Vijay Mallya – AFP "We don’t find any tangible objection in disclosing the assets (of Mallya his wife and children) to banks" a bench comprising Justices Kurian Joseph and R F Nariman said The bench directed the apex court registry to furnish to the lenders a consortium of banks the details of assets both domestic and foreign declared by the former liquor baron of himself and his family members in sealed cover to the apex court The top court which said Mallya has not complied with its April 7 order in its letter and spirit observed that "the whole purpose of asking for disclosure was to give a fair idea to banks for entering into a meaningful and viable settlement" It asked the Debt Recovery Tribunal in Bengaluru to "expeditiously decide" within two months the pleas of banks and financial institutions for recovery of their loans The direction was issued after Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi submitted that there was "total non-compliance" with the apex court’s April 7 order as Mallya was neither indicating the date of his return to the country to make an appearance before the court nor was he showing his bonafide for reaching a settlement with the lenders by not showing willingness to deposit a substantial part of the amount he owed them "He is a fugitive from justice in India" the Attorney General said adding the embattled businessman was playing "hide and seek" and cooking "cock and bull story" Rohatgi said Mallya was "deliberately concealing something from the court" as he had "no intention to come back" However senior advocates C S Vaidyanathan and Parag Tripathi appearing for Mallya and his companies respectively submitted that he was a "defaulter but not a wilful defaulter" and "here this is a case of business failure and not that of wilful default" Vaidyanathan submitted the accumulated loans of Kingfisher Airlines stood at Rs 16000 crore in 2013 and all loans were given on the basis of personal assets of Mallya which is in the records of the banks That being the case the liabilities cannot be attached to his estranged wife living abroad and NRI children who are protected under the law from disclosing their overseas assets he contended Mallya has defaulted on repayment of loans of Rs 9400 crore to a State Bank of India-led consortium When the bench said presence of Mallya was required for asettlement and asked when was he prepared to come to India Vaidyanathan replied "I have no instruction" and added that the businessman’s personal liberty was under challenge Counsel for Mallya who is also an NRI claimed that he did not own any "benami properties" in the name of his family members Tripathi alleged information gathered in a civil matter was used against Mallya in criminal proceedings launched by agencies like Enforcement Directorate and others to seek issuance of non-bailable warrant against him and get his passport revoked Vaidynathan said "In spite of all investigation since July 2015 not a shred of evidence was found (against Mallya) of misuse or diversion of funds secured as loan" and that the only purpose of insisting on his return was to see him in Tihar Jail on his return to India He said asking for details of overseas assets of Mallya and his family was in violation of right to privacy The Attorney General said despite revocation of Mallya’s passport if the fugitive businessman shows his willingness to return "a one-way travel permit could be arranged" "We will even approach the United Kingdom government if required for recovery of loans through liquidation of Vijay Mallya’s overseas assets" he submitted He said the liquor baron who has not agreed to deposit a "substantial amount" as part of the Rs 9400 crore loan repayment to establish his bonafide was in fact leaving it to the apex court to pass orders for release of funds/pledged shares held back by the orders of different courts Rohatgi rubbished the plea that Mallya lacked cash and said he received USD 40 million by divesting his shares in a UB group firm "This is all a cock and bull story Your Lordships order has not been complied with at all Its not even the lip service" the law officer said referring to the content of the affidavit filed by Mallya "The money belongs to the banks which in a way is public money and not to the King. not only he is playing with this court but is concealing information sought" the AG said adding that the details of assets given in sealed cover be given to the banks for pursuing the case to the logical end Rohatgi strongly objected to Mallya’s contention that he was not under any obligation to disclose his offshore assets on the ground that he was an NRI and the loans had been secured against his Indian assets only "He says that he is an NRI and NRI is not obliged to diclose his overseas assets In don’t know from where he gets this exemption He is an Indian citizen" Rohatgi said The apex court also noted Mallya’s submission that Rs 1591 crore can be deposited before it after realising the amount from sale of shares of UB Group held by United Spirits Limited Further the amount of Rs 1329 crore deposited by Kingfisher Airlines in Airbus Holding can also be realised the counsel said adding Mallya has also filed a statement disclosing his personal assets totalling Rs 20174106 The court had on April 7 directed Mallya to disclose by April 21 the total assets owned by him and his family in India and abroad while wanting to know when he will appear before it It had asked Mallya who owes over Rs 9000 crore to around 17 banks to deposit a "substantial amount" with it to "prove his bonafide" that he was "serious" about meaningful negotiations and settlement Updated: July 21 2017 1:18 pm Italy international Bonucci capped 70 times made 319 appearances for the Turin club Top News One of European football’s most formidable and long-standing defences was officially broken up on Thursday when AC Milan confirmed that they had completed the signing of Leonardo Bonucci from Juventus Bonucci had formed part of the so-called BBC defence at Juventus along with Andrea Barzagli and Giorgio Chiellini They had been together since 2010 and helped their club win the last six Serie A titles Juventus had also reached two Champions League finals in the last three seasons losing both to Barcelona and Real Madrid respectively Italy international Bonucci capped 70 times made 319 appearances for the Turin club He joined Milan last week for a fee of 42 million euros ($489 million) – the highest so far in this Serie A transfer window – subject to a medical As the club finalised the move on Thursday Milan coach Vincenzo Montella described Bonucci as the best central defender in the world alongside Spain’s Sergio Ramos “For me it’s a dream to be able to coach him” he said on Milan’s website Bonucci later said on Instagram that he wanted to “write a new chapter in the history of the club and in my career” He added: “When you think of Milan you immediately think of its history and all the champions who have worn the shirt “I think of (Franco) Baresi (Alessandro) Costacurta (Paolo) Maldini (Alessandro) Nesta (Mauro) Tassotti I admire them for what they have given to football and this club” Bonucci’s decision to leave dominant Juventus for a club which has spent the last few seasons slumped in midtable mediocrity surprised many observers who believed that he could have chosen a top English or Spanish side instead Milan however have gone on a spending spree following their sale in April to a Chinese-led consortium in a 740 million-euro deal They have also signed Portuguese striker Andre Silva Turkish midfielder and free-kick specialist Hakan Calhanoglu Swiss leftback Ricardo Rodriguez and Argentine midfielder Lucas Biglia Their total spending is already at 1895 million euros according to the specialist website Transfermarkt compared to 22 million euros in sales They have also signed 20-year-old Ivorian midfielder Franck Kessie one of Africa’s most promising players on loan from fellow Serie A side Atalanta Milan finished sixth in Serie A last season just high enough to qualify for the Europa League and end a three-season absence from European football For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Swaraj Thapa | Published: January 5 2012 3:17 am Related News The Lokpal rift The inconclusive Lokpal debate in Parliament isnaturallythe focus of the latest editions of RSS journals Organiser and Panchajanya They have launched a sharp attack on the UPA governmentdescribing the proceedings in the Rajya Sabha on December 29 as the midnight murder of democracy. ? The infant was found floating in a well in Jalochi village in Pune district.

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