U.S. prosecutors have indicted Assange on 17 espionage charges and one charge of computer misuse over WikiLeaks’ publication of thousands of leaked military and diplomatic documents a decade ago.
On Monday, High Court judge Martin Chamberlain granted Modi permission to appeal against a Westminster Magistrates' Court order in favour of extradition to India on mental health grounds.
Mallya's legal team contended that the debt remains disputed and that the ongoing proceedings in India inhibited a bankruptcy order being made in the UK.
Crown Prosecution Service barrister Helen Malcolm argued against permission to appeal by reiterating that the expert evidence on Nirav's mental health has not been disputed.
District Judge Michael Snow heard that the case involves two extradition requests from the Indian authorities for Bhandari, the first related to money laundering and the second to tax evasion.
In January, a lower court judge refused an American request to send Assange to the US to face spying charges over WikiLeaks' publication of secret military documents.
Modi's lawyers had five days to file a renewal application seeking an oral hearing to plead the case for permission to appeal against the extradition ordered by UK Home Secretary Priti Patel on Apr 6.
The lawyer claimed that Choksi, 62, was lured to a villa in Antigua, then attacked and beaten, bound and gagged, tied to a wheelchair, then transported out to sea and onwards to Dominica.
'Mehul Choksi is international fugitive who continues to evade Indian law', CBI tells Dominica court
The affidavit filed by CBI DIG Sharda Raut apprised the court about the facts of the case pending in India against Choksi.
UK Home Secretary Priti Patel has already ordered the extradition of fugitive diamond merchant Nirav Modi and he is seeking to appeal against the orders.
Choksi also alleged that his frienda did not attempt to help him while he was being beaten up and placed on a small watercraft.
According to the government official, a scam of this magnitude had potential to create instability in the financial sector but the deft handling saved the entire public sector banking space.
In a court hearing Monday, Hong Kong HC judge Linda Chan approved the document-sharing agreement between Huawei and HSBC.
The in-person extradition hearing of 59-year-old Rana, who has been declared a fugitive by India, is scheduled for April 12.
Mallya lost his appeals in the UK Supreme Court against his extradition to India to face money laundering and fraud charges.