'I have learnt not to display wealth in India'
It is better to be a multi-billionaire politician dressed in khadi," said liquor baron Vijay Mallya, days after his Kingfisher Airlines appeared to have sorted out a salary-related dispute with its employees.
Often referred to as the King of Good Times, Mallya, who this week slipped out of the billionaire league in the Forbes India rich list due to his slackening aviation business, used the micro-blogging medium of Twitter to air what appeared to be his bitterness over his financial downswing, even as his Formula One Racing team gets down to participating in the second Indian Grand Prix at the Buddh International Circuit in Noida.
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