India, April 11 -- While Nirav Modi spends dismal days in a UK prison, reading about the dismantling of his carefully-acquired art collection and the demolition of his weekend mansion near Mumbai by authorities, and Vijay Mallya fights tooth and nail against his imminent extradition to India and (gulp!) incarceration in India, there is no doubt that the third angle in this curious triangle, Lalit Modi, continues to lead a charmed life untouched by the long arm of the law. The bon vivant businessman and founder of one of the biggest money-making machines in modern Indian history, the IPL, has been jetting around to some most exotic destinations, staying at its most luxurious hotels and generally leading the life of the uber-sybarite that h...