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Anil Ambani seeks divine help

November 27, 2004 12:06 IST

Anil Ambani, vice chairman and managing director of Reliance Industries, on Saturday visited the Lord Venkateswara temple in Tirupati and prayed for peace and tranquility in the Ambani family.

Anil, who is in tussle with elder brother Mukesh on the ownership issue of the Rs 90,000 crore (Rs 900 billion) Reliance group, paid obeisance at the temple accompanied by wife Tina and two sons early this morning.

"I have prayed for peace, tranquility and courage for the entire family," Anil said, coming out of the temple.

"I have prayed for preserving and enhancing the legacy of my late father Shri Dhirubhai Ambani," the younger of the Ambani brothers said.

Anil, who had earlier challenged superior powers to Mukesh, chairman and managing director of RIL, approved at a board meeting on July 27, however, declined to take any other questions on the ongoing row within the family.


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Sub: anil ambani

i think the enitre reliance group has got into this mess because of Anil Ambani,him poliiticizeing Reliance,that too with a party that is at loggerheads ...


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Sub: Ambani Brothers - Hidden Strategy

The entire episode seems craftily designed and orchestrated. First, why did Anil wait for 3 and a half months to express his grievance at the ...


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Sub: Ambani Feud

Hi All, We have seen RIL group take to new hieghts from time to time.I intend RIL group to touch new hieght n future too.But ...


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DEar sir, It is painful to read in newspaper about birlas and ambanis.These people forget that they are role model for many in this country.NOne ...


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Sub: All is well

Possibly the adage often quoted by our beloved President Kalam might help "Whatever happens ,happens for the good"! Regards V.I.G.Menon


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