By Shankar Raj
Late VG Siddhartha seems to have transferred huge tranches of money from Coffee Day books to a company that he privately held.
New Delhi: Homegrown coffee chain Cafe Coffee Day (CCD)has closed down around 280 outlets in the first quarter of the current fiscal year...Read More
Bengaluru: It is both personal and political as KPCC president DK Shivakumar’s eldest daughter Aishwarya is set to marry Cafe Coffee Day...Read More
Bengaluru: The Coffee Day group on Saturday said its total outstanding debt was Rs 4,970 crore, including Rs 4,796 crore secured loans an...Read More
By FPJ Bureau
The man under the spotlight of the so-called “tax terrorism” — Bala — as he is popularly known, was in the midst of farewell.
Days after his death, there is clarity on whether a harassed VGS threw in the towel because of creditor or Income Tax pressure.
Responding to a debate on the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) in the Lok Sabha, Sitharaman said that businessmen should get honourab...Read More
The filings showed him taking loans of as low as Rs 12 crore. One document mentions a loan agreement for Coffee Day Hotels and Resorts.
A coffee planter’s son, Siddhartha was cremated at sunset at his Chetanahali estate in his ancestral village of Mudegiri in Chikkamagalur...Read More
Bengaluru: The Congress's Karnataka unit on Wednesday sought an impartial and fair investigation into the death of Coffee Day Enterprises...Read More
By FPJ Web Desk
The mention of ‘harassment’ by the income-tax department in the letter purportedly written by late Cafe Coffee Day promoter VG Siddhartha...Read More
Siddhartha, the son-in-law of BJP leader SM Krishna, was under the scanner of the income tax department and Enforcement Directorate for a...Read More
A cup of coffee and an hour of internet surfing used to cost Rs 100 at that time
"He worked for the economy of the country as well as Karnataka. He gave jobs to 30-50 thousand people who are from villages and also to t...Read More
According to sources, the CCD founder's debt exposure was around a whopping Rs 8,500 crore.
He is the son-in-law of former CM of Karnataka and union external affairs minister SM Krishna.
"A body has been found which appears to be of Cafe Coffee Day owner V G Siddhartha," Sasikanth Senthil, Deputy Commissioner of Dakshina K...Read More
"We have recorded the statement of fisherman Symond D'Souza that he saw a man jumping off the bridge into the river when he was fishing n...Read More
Cafe Coffee Day retail chain outlets founder and son-in-law of former Karnataka Chief Minister S.M. Krishna, V.G. Siddhartha, who went mi...Read More
Siddhartha was spotted last on Monday evening on the Netravati bridge where he had gone for a stroll, commissioner of police, Mangalore, ...Read More