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Adani Group to get NDTV control as promoters decide to sell bulk of their stake

New Delhi Television Ltd's (NDTV) founders Prannoy Roy and his wife Radhika Roy have decided to transfer most of their shares in the company to the Adani Group. This will give Gautam Adani’s conglomerate control of about 65% of the news broadcaster. The founders will sell a 27.26% stake of their remaining 32.26% shareholding in NDTV to an entity owned by Adani.

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Puravankara, Purva Real Estate Fund acquires 100 acres of land in Chennai

Puravankara Ltd and Purva Real Estate Fund have acquired more than 100 acres of land for plotted development in a deal valued around ₹200 crore in Chennai. The proposed project at Guduvanchery is expected to have a total revenue potential of over ₹900 crore. Guduvanchery is an upcoming real-estate hub for Chennai. Puravankara plans to launch three more plotted development projects by March 2023.

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Tata Power secures ₹450 crore sustainable trade finance from Japan's MUFG

Japan's MUFG Bank has executed a ₹450 crore sustainable trade finance facility for Tata Power. This credit facility was extended for solar projects under TP Kirnali Limited (TPKL). TPKL is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd (TPREL), a clean energy platform.

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Godrej Properties to develop residential project on 14.27 acres in Gurugram

Godrej Properties Ltd (GPL) has entered into an agreement to develop 14.27 acres of land in Gurugram, Haryana, with an estimated revenue potential of ₹3,000 crore. The development will comprise predominantly premium residential apartments. This will be one of GPL's largest residential developments in Gurugram and significantly strengthen its presence in the city.

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Vedanta declared as preferred bidder for Bicholim mineral

Vedanta Ltd has been declared as the preferred bidder for the Bicholim mineral block in Goa. The iron ore mines had resources of 84.92 million tonnes. Goa government has earlier invited tenders to participate in the electronic auction for granting mining leases in respect of iron ore mines in the state. 

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NCLT approves merger of Jindal Stainless and Jindal Stainless (Hisar)

Jindal Stainless has received regulatory approval for its merger with Jindal Stainless (Hisar) from the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT). The two companies had been demerged in 2015 as part of a financial and operational restructuring exercise to bring down the cost of borrowing. Jindal Stainless had a debt of over ₹8,500 crore, which prompted the restructuring.

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Bharat Highways InvIT files draft papers with SEBI for IPO

Bharat Highways InvIT has filed a draft prospectus with the capital markets regulator SEBI to raise ₹2,000 crore through an initial public offering. Proceeds of the issue will be used to repay certain loans obtained by the project special purpose vehicles (SPV) and for general corporate purposes. As per the draft papers, Bharat Highways InvIT would issue units aggregating up to ₹2,000 crore.

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2,613 air incidents reported in India during five years; IndiGo tops the list: Govt

The Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) said there has been a long list of air incidents reported in the last five years involving domestic airlines and added that 12 of these airline companies are presently operating in India. There were a total of 2,613 air incidents reported due to technical snags in the five years in which IndiGo airlines topped the list. IndiGo reported 215 incidents so far in 2022 and 885 incidents over five years.

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