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During the Canadian Grand Prix, Di Resta was running fifth at his first pit stop, only to drop back over the second half of the race.
Asked whether he could hang onto Di Resta, Mallya said: "I haven't put Paul in the car without having clear options going forward, and he is also very, very happy in this environment and in this team.
Di Resta rued that they decided against taking the first pit stop early which cost him precious time.
Last night Mr Di Resta said: "Susan still drops in for a drink and a visit.
Di Resta, who won the championship in 2010, said: "This is a fantastic start to the season.
Di Resta said: "It was a well-earned result (in India) by everyone and very important for the team's hopes in the championship.
Di Resta's cause has not been helped by an abject run of form in the second half of the season, which is partly due to the team's loss of pace following a change in the construction of the Pirelli tyres, the report added.
After initially qualifying a career-high fifth in his Force India, scrutineering found Di Resta to be 1.5kgs under minimum weight - when car and driver are added together - which resulted in him being dumped to the back of the grid.
Following an investigation by the stewards - with Nigel Mansell one of the four men on the panel - they were left with no alternative but to disqualify Di Resta from qualifying.
Di Resta finished 10th quickest in yesterday's practice, 1.2secs behind Sebastian Vettel, who was 0.017secs ahead of home hero Fernando Alonso in his Ferrari.
A spokesperson for the 26-year-old Scot confirmed Di Resta and Hamilton had parted company after two years together.
Di Resta, however, has expressed initial scepticism despite his performances in Malaysia, Bahrain and Monaco where he finished seventh, sixth and seventh respectively.