** Shares of carrier SpiceJet Ltd fall as much as 3.7 pct to 120.6 rupees, lowest in over a week
** Former promoter Kalanithi Maran seeks over 20 bln rupees ($310.21 mln) compensation from the company, an Economic Times article stated bit.ly/2tCiHjd
** The claim for compensation has been filed before an arbitral tribunal - ET
** Maran's claim is based on losses incurred because of SpiceJet's alleged failure to issue convertible warrants and preference shares to him and his KAL Airways
** SpiceJet could not be immediately reached for comment
** A SpiceJet spokesman is quoted by ET as saying "the question of damages does not arise"
** Stock is second-best performing global airline this year, rising as much as 119 pct as of Monday's close, behind Air France KLM SA ($1 = 64.4725 Indian rupees)