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Maxis unable to comment on Ananda’s case in India

It was reported that Maxis founder T Ananda Krishnan was among 18 named in India’s Central Bureau of Investigation's charge sheet for the Aircel-Maxis case.

Billionaire Ananda among 12 charged in India over telco scandal

The charge sheet also names former Indian finance minister P Chidambaram who presided over a meeting to approve the Aircel-Maxis deal.

AirAsia Group denies allegations in CBI report

The group says it will pursue all legal remedies to address the allegations against AirAsia Bhd, AirAsia India Pte Ltd, AAGB Group CEO Tony Fernandes and his deputy Bo Lingam.

AirAsia engaged lobbyists for policy change in India, says news report

India’s Central Bureau of Investigation alleges these lobbyists made ‘detailed strategies’ to target senior officials to influence government on aviation policies.

More trouble for AirAsia India as ex-CEO challenges civil suit

Mittu Chandilya wants Indian court to reject AirAsia India’s suit against him following an allegation that he was involved in fraudulent transactions involving RM13 million.

India to summon Tony Fernandes again after no-show at CBI probe

AirAsia says the company has not received the summons although Indian police say the order was already served.

AirAsia, Tony Fernandes akan beri kerjasama pada polis India

Ia susulan CEO AirAsia itu diarah hadir di CBI esok untuk disoal siasat atas dakwaan rasuah.

AirAsia, Fernandes to fully cooperate with India’s CBI

The airline says they have not received any notice to appear before the investigating authority.

Leaked emails show Tony’s grip over AirAsia India, says report

As India probes the budget airline, a report says that Tony Fernandes made it clear that AirAsia Berhad would make critical decisions on its India operations.

RM4 million bribe at heart of fresh Indian probe into AirAsia

It comes after Indian authorities questioned the former boss of AirAsia India in an ongoing investigation into the budget airline.

Polis India panggil Tony Fernandes untuk soal siasat 6 Jun

Polis India mahu menyoal siasat CEO AirAsia itu berhubung dakwaan rasuah dan melanggar peraturan mendapatkan lesen penerbangan.

Meet us on June 6, India police order Tony Fernandes

India’s cops want to question the AirAsia CEO over allegations of corruption and working to break rules to obtain a flying licence.

AirAsia India refutes bribery accusation against Fernandes

It says it is cooperating with India’s regulators to ‘present the correct facts’.

AirAsia boss Tony Fernandes probed for aviation violations in India

Several others are also being investigated by India's Central Bureau of Investigation.

India’s CBI investigates rape allegation against ruling party legislator

Kuldeep Singh Sengar of the BJP has been accused of raping a teenage girl in Unnao.

India’s federal police arrest sixth bank official in US$1.8 billion ...

Cops nab Rajesh Jindal, the former head of the bank's Brady House branch in Mumbai between August 2009 and May 2011.

India police widens probe into US$1.8 billion bank fraud

Investigators raid offices of Gitanjali group as authorities work on revoking passports of diamond billionaire Nirav Modi and his uncle Mehul Choksi.

Homes of Indian ex-finance minister, son searched in criminal probe

BJP spokesman GVL Narasimha Rao alleged that approval for the Aircel-Maxis transaction was awarded by the FIPB - a government panel - in return for favors.

IGP: India needs to apply for extradition first

Khalid Abu Bakar explains why police cannot act on warrants issued against T Ananda Krishnan by Indian court.

Indian Court issues arrest warrant for Ananda Krishnan

India's Central Bureau of Investigation obtains warrants for arrest of Malaysian tycoon and Ralph Marshall of Astro, after Malaysian authorities decline to effect summons notice to duo to appear in Indian court.

India seeks arrest warrant against Ananda Krishnan

The Central Bureau of Investigations also applies to special court for arrest warrants against Maxis Communications, Astro, and Astro official Ralph Marshall.