Gammon India, CMRL Told to suggest Arbitrators

Published: 28th July 2015 04:45 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th July 2015 04:45 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: The Madras High Court on Monday asked Gammon India and CMRL to suggest names of experts who could be appointed as arbitrator to hear the dispute between them.

The issue pertains to a petition moved by the Gammon India seeking a stay on the termination of its contract by Chennai Metro Rail Ltd.

When the petition came up on Monday, Justice S Vimala asked both the sides to come out with names and posted the matter to Friday for further hearing.

Early this month CMRL decided to terminate its contract with Gammon due to delay in completion of the tunnelling project after Gammon’s joint venture partner Mosmetrostroy,

a Russian Company, walked out of the project.


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Panel to inspect Anna Library

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