Mallya's retaliation came after an ED official dismissed the former's offer to settle all dues if his seized assets were freed up as "an attempt at plea bargaining and a bid to bolster his case against extradition to India from Britain".
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Whatever action we will take, it will be taken keeping the international situation in mind, knee-jerk reactions are not called for," said Goyal.
The Indian Meteorological Department, Mumbai has issued warnings of cyclonic circulations over the northeast Arabian Sea off north Gujarat coast at upper levels and the east-central Arabian Sea off south Maharashtra coast in a higher level.
The DGCA had last year issued notices to housing societies near the Ghatkopar crash site, alleging they had crossed the prescribed height limit for buildings in the path of the flights.
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Army Major, Nikhil Handa (C) (in red t-shirt), arrested, in relation to the murder of another Major's wife, from Uttar Pradesh's Meerut.
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Mumbai plane crash: Thursday’s sortie was the first test flight of the aircraft after a repair-and-maintenance period of nearly three years.
Major Handa was arrested on Sunday, a day after he allegedly slit the throat of Shailza Dwivedi.
When Aurangzeb began torturing Kashmiri Pandits, to free themselves, a group of Kashmiri Pandits met Guru Tegh Bahadur in Delhi and told him about their sufferings and how they were being forcibly converted.
Over two lakh pilgrims have registered for Amarnath Yatra this year. The yatra began Wednesday with the first batch of about 3000 pilgrims that left Jammu base Camp amidst tight security arrangements.
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