The state-run Airports Authority of India said yesterday it has filed two lawsuits against Kingfisher Airlines in a Mumbai court, seeking 3 billion rupees ($55 million) of unpaid airport-usage fees from the now-grounded carrier. One of the suits also seeks filing of criminal charges against Kingfisher because checks for 1.17 billion rupees were returned by banks due to insufficient funds in its accounts, Airports Authority of India Chairman V.P. Agrawal told reporters. The 3 billion rupees it wants Kingfisher to pay is excluding the payments that the airline’s banks had guaranteed, Agrawal said. The Airports Authority of India manages 40

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