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S'pore court fines noted Indian brothers Rs 2600 crore

Billionaire Malvinder Mohan Singh and his younger brother Shivinder Mohan Singh have been asked to pay nearly Rs 2,600 crore in fine to Daiichi Sankyo, for "suppressing and misrepresenting" facts about the 2008 deal involving the sale of controlling ... Sify, 3 weeks ago
Former Ranbaxy Owners Fined Rs 2,600 Crore NDTV Profit, 3 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Rs 3,500-cr fine on Singh bros, not Rs 2,562 cr: Daiichi

A day after news broke that former Ranbaxy owners Malvinder Singh and Shivinder Mohan Singh had been fined Rs 2,562 crore by an arbitration court in Singapore for concealing facts from Daiichi Sankyo, the Japanese pharma major has put the damages at ...
 Smart Investor3 weeks ago

Religare set for 3-Way split to unlock value

By Sanam Mirchandani & Saikat Das MUMBAI: Financial services company Religare Enterprises has embarked on a restructuring plan as the company seeks to create three separate listed entities for its lending, capital markets and health insurance ...
 Economic Times2 days ago Here's how Religare plans its future businesses  Economic Times2 days ago

Religare to split into three listed firms

Religare Enterprises Ltd has decided to splice itself into three separate listed firms engaged in lending, health insurance and capital markets, a move that would allow the businesses raise money independently and chart their own course, it said on ...
 VC Circle2 days ago
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Don't need to sell assets, can pay fine: Ranbaxy brothers

Former promoters of Ranbaxy tell Delhi High Court they can pay fine to DaiichiFormer Ranbaxy promoters Malvinder Singh and Shivinder Singh on Tuesday assured the Delhi High Court they would keep assets secure to be in a position to make the Rs 3,500-crore (Rs 35-billion) payment to Japanese conglomerate Daiichi Sankyo, which had in 2008 bought a majority stake in the Indian pharma major. A Singapore arbitration court recently imposed this fine after it found the Singh brothers guilty of ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago Singh brothers told to pay Rs 2,562-crore fine to Daiichi  Business Standard India3 weeks ago Ranbaxy's Singh brothers told to pay Rs 2,562-crore fine to Daiichi  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Singh brothers fend off property bouncer

Former Ranbaxy promoters Malvinder Singh and Shivinder Singh on Tuesday assured the Delhi High Court they would keep assets secure to be in a position to make the Rs 3,500-crore payment to Japanese conglomerate Daiichi Sankyo, which had in 2008 ...
 Business Standard India5 days ago
VC Circle

Religare announces exit from Landmark Partners

Religare Enterprises Ltd said on Thursday it will sell its entire stake in Landmark Partners to the management and other minority shareholders of the US-headquartered private equity fund house for an undisclosed amount. This would virtually end ...
 VC Circle1 month ago

Religare to sell US-based PE & VC arm Northgate Capital

Religare Enterprises Ltd is selling its US-based private equity and venture capital management arm Northgate Capital to London- and Dubai-based private investment firm The Capital Partnership (TCP), as it continues to consolidate its business. ...
 VC Circle1 month ago

VRL Logistics promoter clarifies regional airline will be a personal venture

VRL Logistics promoter Vijay Sankeshwar says preliminary estimates suggest a total investment of around Rs1,400 crore Mumbai: The promoter of transportation company VRL Logistics Ltd on Tuesday clarified that he will use his own money—not his ...
 Livemint.com5 days ago VRL Logistics promoters plan to start regional airline  Livemint.com6 days ago VRL plans to run regional airline [Mint, New Delhi]  Bloomberg6 days ago
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Regional airports: the next big thing

No-frills regional airports in tier-II and tier-III cities point of focus in draft national civil aviation policy Mumbai: No-frills, low-luxury regional airports in tier-II and tier-III cities will trigger the next wave of growth for India's ...
 Livemint.com2 months ago
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