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December 25, 2008
Swati Piramal, 52, Director, Piramal Healthcare, will be the first woman at the helm of any apex chamber in India when she takes over as President, Assocham, in 2009.


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November 27, 2008
Reliance Industries (RIL) Chairman Mukesh Ambani, with a net worth of $20.8 billion, is the richest Indian in the world. Ambani has displaced Lakshmi Mittal, according to a list of the nation’s 40 richest people compiled by the Forbes.


Virendra Verma
November 13, 2008
After years of rollicking appreciation, companies that make up the BT 500 are going through one of their toughest phases in a long, long time. As stocks get mercilessly hammered, this may just be the time when the men are separated from the boys. Virendra Verma reports.


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March 5, 2019



Suman Layak
October 2, 2008
The RIL boss voices a desire to be allowed to fuel millions of Indian homes without the fetters of court cases and government controls.


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October 2, 2008
Bewildered by the sheer number of gift options this festival season? Don’t be. Our gift guide has the answers you’re looking for.


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September 18, 2008
What happened to Anil Ambani’s mega power project in Dadri? Reliance Power’s 7,480 MW gas-based power project has made no progress beyond acquisition of land and statutory clearances.


Suman Layak and Kushan Mitra
September 4, 2008
The Tatas aren’t the only one. Reliance, ArcelorMittal, Vedanta, POSCO... some of India’s, and the world’s, biggest companies are grappling with problems in land acquisition. Suman Layak and Kushan Mitra report.


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September 4, 2008
What is it about Singur that made the Tatas want it so badly? Here’s a BT guide to the region, its land, its politics, its inhabitants, and their gripes.


Suman Layak
September 4, 2008
The picture isn’t totally dismal. A handful of promoters has been successful in acquiring land, largely by keeping the local population’s needs in mind.


Virendra Verma
August 21, 2008
The inside story of how Ambani’s trusted lieutenant is attempting to make over a modest family business of plastics processing and textiles into an infrastructure Goliath.


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August 6, 2008



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August 6, 2008
Of the Fortune 500 companies, just seven are Indian. There isn’t a single Indian company in the top 100. The highest ranked Indian company is a state-owned enterprise, IndianOil Corporation, which comes in at the 116th position.


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August 5, 2008
Starring: Rupert Murdoch, Chairman, News Corp; DMRC’s E. Sreedharan; Mohan Sekar, President and COO, Collabera; Unilever’s Vindi Banga; HUL’s Harish Manwani; NDTV’s Rohini Nilekani; and Commerce Minister Kamal Nath.


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August 5, 2008
Our fifth annual survey of the companies who have managed to put a smile on their shareholders’ faces and delighted them the most.


Anand Adhikari
August 4, 2008
Crude at $200 a barrel? Perhaps it’s that prospect that has convinced a clutch of Indian businessmen that exploring and producing this commodity that’s getting scarcer by the minute is a lucrative venture. But how many of them will hit pay dirt? Anand Adhikari finds out. Oil: A ticking time bomb


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July 24, 2008
How it started, and how it’s showing few signs of ending.


Suman Layak
July 24, 2008
Just when you think the advantage is with one of them, a few thrusts and parries later, it swings to the other. As equations change at the Centre, the battle between Anil Ambani and Mukesh Ambani gets shriller—and more desperate. BT's Suman Layak reports. Chronology of war between the Ambani brothersMukesh Ambani meets Manmohan on windfall taxIs it advantage Anil at Dalal Street?Ambani rivalry compared to Archer's potboilerAmbani brothers: The battle to be No. 1 is on


www.businesstoday.in
July 24, 2008
Corporate family battles are rarely amicable. After all, internecine conflicts can get ugly and if the fight happens in the public gaze like the battle between the two Ambani brothers—Mukesh and Anil—it can get even more unsavoury.


Sanjoy Narayan
August 10, 2008
As the fight between the Ambani brothers shows no signs of abating, our cover story examines how while the protagonists have become more desperate, the impact of India Inc.'s worst battle could queer the pitch, not only for each of their companies but for Indian business, in general, and, well, even politics.


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