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The Supreme Court Wednesday said any discussion on pricing of the Rafale fighter jets can only take place if the facts on the deal are allowed to come in the public domain.
Sebi's approval for IPOs is valid for one year, and it will expire on November 29 in the case of Reliance General Insurance Company, according to data available with markets watchdog.
A spokesperson of the Anil Ambani group, when contacted, said the group has no project in Yavatmal district.
Rahul Gandhi led a Congress protest against the government's alleged arbitrary actions against CBI director Alok Verma.
The 17-second video uploaded on Gandhi's Twitter handle only shows the smiling faces of Modi and Ambani with the song playing in the background.
Ericsson row: Telecom tribunal stays DoT demand, RCom can proceed with spectrum sale sans bank guarantee
RCom, in a regulatory filing to the BSE, said it will receive Rs 975 crore from sale of spectrum, and that it will pay Ericsson Rs 550 crore.
The Congress chief asked the Prime Minister for answers on why Rafale price was not disclosed and how Ambani got the contract.
Congress was referring to reports on former France President Francois Hollande's claims regarding a private Indian firm becoming an offset partner in the intergovernmental deal for the fighter jets.
Bhushan questioned how Anil Ambani's Reliance Defence, the Indian offset partner of French firm Dassault Aviation, could be involved in the project as "most of his companies are in debt."
Claiming that Modi’s decline has started with the Rafale deal, the former parliamentarian gunned for Union Finance and Defence Ministers.
Indian political parties have been accusing Modi over the 2016, 36 Rafale planes from Dassault estimated to be worth $8.7 billion, saying he had overpaid for the planes and had not been transperant
Rafale deal: BJP hits back at Rahul Gandhi for 'surgical strike' comment, tells Congress to stop spreading lies
Rahul's renewed attack on Modi came a day after French media quoted Hollande as purportedly saying that the Indian government proposed Ambani's Reliance Defence as the partner in Rafale deal.
The statement came following a French media report which quoted former President Francois Hollande as saying that the Indian government proposed Reliance Defence as the partner for Dassault Aviation.
Hollande on a question about who selected Reliance as a partner and why, said it was the Indian govt that proposed Reliance’s name and Dassault had no choice but to take the company given to it.
The first priority for RCom is to resolve its over Rs 40,000 crore debt, he told shareholders at the company's 14th annual general meeting in Mumbai.