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Bangalore Industrialist Competes With Global Investors For Stake In Sula
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News Roundup: Analjit Singh vies for 33% stake in Sula

Billionaire industrialist Analjit Singh, founder of Max Healthcare, has placed a bid to acquire 33% stake in India's largest winemaker Nashik Vintners, parent of the Sula brand. Singh's late entry, through his family office Max Ventures, sees him ... VC Circle, 2 weeks ago
Analjit vies for 33% stake in Sula Times of India, 2 weeks ago

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Analjit Singh giving up executive role at Max

Billionaire industrialist Analjit Singh is stepping down from his role as executive chairman of his diversified firm Max India though he will continue as chairperson, according to a stock market disclosure. This was the planned move by the ...
 VC Circle4 weeks ago Analjit Singh to move as Non-Executive Chairman of Max India Ltd  Equity Bulls3 weeks ago Max India chairman Analjit Singh to give up executive power  Economic Times4 weeks ago

Analjit Singh sells stake in Voda India for Rs 1,241 crore

“Analjit Singh plans to use the funds to increase his stake in Max India,” a person familiar with the matter told ettelecom.com. NEW DELHI: Vodafone India's non-executive chairman Analjit Singh has concluded the sale of his 24.65% stake in ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Analjit Singh sells stake in Vodafone India for Rs 1,241 crore  Economic Times1 week ago Tax row: Voda says doors for conciliation not shut  The Freepress Journal1 month ago Vodafone says doors for conciliation not shut on tax row  The Freepress Journal1 month ago
India Today

Wherever Vodafone investors go, hefty returns follow

Putting money in Vodafone India has proved a bonanza for many Indian business tycoons, as well as some lucky telecom executives. Ajay Piramal, who last week sold his 11 per cent stake in the company, is not the only Vodafone investor to have made a ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago Vodafone to buy stake of Piramal Enterprises to gain full control  India Today1 week ago Voda buys out Analjit, Piramal from Indian arm for 10K cr  Economic Times1 week ago Vodafone Group dials for 100% stake [Mail Today (India)]  TMC Net1 week ago
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Ajay Piramal, Analjit sell Voda stakes for Rs 10,000 crore

MUMBAI: In two separate deals, billionaire industrialists Ajay Piramal and Analjit Singh have sold their respective stakes in Vodafone India, the local arm of British telecoms operator Vodafone Plc, clocking handsome returns on investment. ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Max Healthcare, GE Healthcare sign partnership agreement to advance standard of cancer care in India

Max Healthcare, a leading healthcare services provider and GE Healthcare, have inked a strategic partnership to advance the standard of cancer care in India through collaborative research and co-creation of futuristic, multifaceted cancer management ...
 PharmaBiz3 weeks ago Max Healthcare and GE Healthcare join hands  Express Healthcare Management3 weeks ago

Piramal nets 52% profit as it exits Vodafone India for $1.48B

Ajay Piramal-led Piramal Enterprises has agreed to divest its entire 11 per cent stake in Vodafone's Indian arm to Prime Metals Ltd, an indirect subsidiary of Vodafone Group for Rs 8,900 crore ($1.48 billion), as per a stock market disclosure. ...
 VC Circle1 week ago Piramal to churn 52% absolute profit as it exits Vodafone India for $1.48B  VC Circle1 week ago
India Today

Sandeep Bamzai on Indian telecom sector

eep Bamzai Get paid in spades. Yes, that is exactly what India's most fiercely competitive and litigious sector - telecom - has done for a whole lot of people. Sunrise may well have turned to sunset, but that hasn't prevented a whole slew of high ...
 India Today1 week ago
Business Standard India

Piramal makes a killing on stake sale to Vodafone

Ajay Piramal, known as India's original takeover tycoon for building his pharmaceuticals empire on a modest textile inheritance through a series of acquisitions, is fast becoming one of India's savviest investors. On Thursday, Piramal sold his 11% ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago Vodafone Stake Yields Piramal A Mega Payday  Communications Today1 week ago
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Piramal Enterprises agrees to sell 11% in Vodafone India for $1.48B

Ajay Piramal-led Piramal Enterprises has agreed to divest its entire 11 per cent stake in Vodafone's Indian arm to Prime Metals Ltd, an indirect subsidiary of Vodafone Group for Rs 8,900 crore ($1.48 billion), as per a stock market disclosure. ...
 VC Circle1 week ago Piramal agrees to sell 11% in Vodafone India for $1.48B  VC Circle1 week ago
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