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Anil sends e-mail to RIL staff

November 29, 2004 18:59 IST

Stating that he was saddened by the developments of the last two weeks, Reliance Industries vice chairman Anil Ambani on Monday sought the support of the entire group for himself and his elder brother Mukesh, but reserved comments on the ownership issues plaguing the Ambani family.

The Reliance 'ownership issue'

"I am personally saddened like all of you at the developments of last two weeks. As already communicated, I will not comment on any issue at this stage and may do so at an appropriate time, if necessary," Anil said in an e-mail to RIL employees.

"I am confident of your support to Mukesh and me and to the entire organisation and I look forward to receiving your valuable inputs and guidance," he said.

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Sub: Mukesh vs Anil

This is not only a question of money or power, but also a question of love and affection. The Ambani brothers should understand that love ...

Posted by Prashanth Manoj

Sub: Mukesh And Anil

It should be a tough time for both the brothers ...... Amid so many speculation and heat , the best thing will be to keep ...

Posted by S Kumar Pillai

Sub: Battle Of Power ? Or Ownership.

Every one knows as who are the owners of RELIANCE GROUP.There is no need for a specific identification.There is definately some blame-game going on between ...

Posted by Bikash Mukherjee

Sub: here is dhirubhai incarnate

there is no doubt that anil is the more mature of the two brothers even inspite of being younger. probably not right to comment at ...

Posted by Pankaj Parekh

Sub: huf a dying breed

Battleground Reliance serves a heady mix of money politics and powerplay. In fact the brew is so heady that the average reader is intoxicated, the ...

Posted by amit khanna



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