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A C Muthiah takes aim at MAM's son

CHENNAI: A day after MAM Muthiah, the estranged son of Chettinad group patriarch M A M Ramaswamy, accused A C Muthiah of attempting to usurp the Chettinad wealth illegally, A C Muthiah hit back terming the charges baseless and scandalous. In a ... Times of India, 1 week ago
Muthiah denies charge by MAM's adopted son Chennai Online, 1 week ago
The Hindu

SPIC in consolidation mode: Ashwin

Ashwin Muthiah, Executive Chairman, AM International Holdings Pvt Ltd, at an interview, in Chennai on Wednesday ( November 25, 2015). Photo : Bijoy Ghosh Southern Petrochemicals Industries Corporation plans to enter a phase of consolidation by ...
 The Hindu4 days ago Urea maker SPIC in consolidation mode  Hindu Business Line5 days ago

Have nothing to do with Chettinad Cement, says N Srinivasan's rival AC Muthiah

New Delhi: Former BCCI president AC Muthiah on Saturday stated he had nothing to do with Chettinad Cement group that has shown interest in picking up a new IPL team. All these reports about me being involved with Chettinad Cement are not true. I ...
 ZeeNews.com1 week ago I have nothing to do with Chettinad Cement: Muthiah  The Hindu1 week ago
The Hindu

A. C. Muthiah denies allegations

Industrialist A.C. Muthiah, who was nominated as heir by the Chettinad Group's ailing patriarch M.A.M. Ramaswamy after the latter fell out with his adopted son M.A.M.R. Muthiah, on Thursday denied allegations that he was seeking to usurp Mr.
 The Hindu1 week ago
Business Standard India

A C Muthiah denies allegations levelled against him

Chennai, Nov 19 (PTI) Industrialist A C Muthiah today denied allegations levelled by Managing Director of Chettinad Cement and Group Head M A M R Muthiah and threatened to sue him if he did not withdraw a police complaint in this regard. "All the ...
 Press Trust of India1 week ago Chettinad dispute: Adopted son alleges A C Muthiah playing foul  Smart Investor1 week ago PTI - CHETTINAD - A C Muthiah denies allegations levelled against him  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago
International Business Times India

Shares of Chettinad Cement fraudulently transferred, alleges MD M A M R Muthiah

Chettinad Cements office Wikimedia commons Over 91.83 lakh shares of Chettinad Cements held by industrialist M A M Ramaswamy are fraudulently being transferred to a trust run and administered by industrialist A C Muthiah and others, a top ...
 International Business Times India1 week ago 'Chettinad Cements shares fraudulently being transferred'  Daijiworldcom1 week ago Chettinad Cements shares owned by Ramaswamy fraudulently being transferred  ProKerala.com1 week ago 'Chettinad Cements shares owned by Ramaswamy fraudulently being transferred'  Chennai Online1 week ago

Man climbs mobile tower

Raja (42) of Muthiah Nagar in Podanur created flutter by scaling over a 100-ft cellular phone tower in the area in an inebriated condition on Monday. The man threatened to jump off stating that his wife was harassing him. Inquiries revealed that ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Ashwin Muthiah pulls Spic back from the brink

Six years back, Spic was considered by many as a lost cause. The debt on its books had ballooned to Rs 3,200 crore, lenders had taken it to the courts, and its suppliers were not ready to give raw material because they weren't getting their payments ...
 Smart Investor3 weeks ago
Times of India

CBI books former BCCI president Muthiah in bank fraud case

NEW DELHI: Probing banking frauds involving several public sector banks and business houses/private companies, the CBI on Friday raided former BCCI president A C Muthiah after registering a case against him for an alleged bank fraud of Rs 274 crore.
 Times of India1 month ago

Companies line up to replace Super Kings and Royals

Several parties have collected the Invitation to Tender (ITT) at a cost of Rs.2 lakh to bid for the two teams that will replace Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League for the 2016 and 2017 editions. CSK and RR were ...
 The Hindu2 hours ago
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