Rajnath Singh refuses to pinpoint blame about 'rumours' on son

Rajnath Singh refuses to pinpoint blame about 'rumours' on son

There has been some reports of Rajnath Singh's son being ticked off by PM Narendra Modi...
New Flight MH 370 theory

New Flight MH 370 theory

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 may have turned south earlier than previously thought

CCEA ratifies decision to sell 3.56 pct stake in Neyveli Lignite Corporation

Aug 13 2013, 20:58 IST
Comments 0
The stake sale was done to meet the minimum public holding norm of market regulator Sebi. The stake sale was done to meet the minimum public holding norm of market regulator Sebi.
SummaryThe stake sale was done to meet the minimum public holding norm of market regulator Sebi.

The Cabinet on Tuesday ratified the decision to sell 3.56 per cent stake in Tamil Nadu-based Neyveli Lignite Corporation (NLC) through an IPP, a deal worth Rs 360 crore.

While the 5.97 crore shares of the company were sold on August 2, the CCEA today gave a post-facto approval for the disinvestment, an official source said.

Search: India Inc A, B, C

The stake sale was done to meet the minimum public holding norm of market regulator Sebi. Post divestment, the Centre's holding in the company has come down to 90 per cent.

While the CCEA had in June approved 5 per cent stake sale in NLC through an Offer For Sale (OFS), the Empowered Group of Ministers (EGoM) on disinvestment later cleared selling only 3.56 per cent in the company after taking into account the proposal of Tamil Nadu government.

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa had written to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in May, opposing disinvestment in the integrated mining-cum-power generating company. Later, she offered that the shares in the NLC disinvestment be alloted only to Tamil Nadu state PSUs.

The Centre sold over 5.97 crore shares, or 3.56 per cent stake, in NLC through an Institutional Placement Programme (IPP) at a price band of Rs 58-60 a share. The issue was lapped up by five Tamil Nadu state PSUs within an hour of trade.

Ads by Google

More from Markets

Reader´s Comments
| Post a Comment
Please Wait while comments are loading...