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Reliance Power Ltd (RPOL.NS)

RPOL.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

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22 Mar 2019
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Reliance Power Promoters Plan To Sell About 18-19 Pct Stake In The Company - CNBC-Tv18
Tuesday, 19 Feb 2019 

Feb 19 (Reuters) - :RELIANCE POWER PROMOTERS PLAN TO SELL ABOUT 18-19% STAKE IN THE COMPANY; APPOINTS JPMORGAN AS THE BANKER FOR THE SALE - CNBC-TV18, CITING SOURCES.  Full Article

Reliance Power Says Netherlands Unit Wins International Arbitration Award Of $56 Mln
Thursday, 23 Aug 2018 

Aug 23 (Reuters) - Reliance Power Ltd ::RELIANCE POWER - UNIT, RELIANCE POWER NETHERLANDS BV, WINS INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION AWARD OF $56 MILLION AGAINST PRESTIGE CAPITAL, KOKOS JIANG.  Full Article

India's Reliance Power March-Qtr Consol Profit Rises About 16 Pct
Thursday, 19 Apr 2018 

April 19 (Reuters) - Reliance Power Ltd ::MARCH QUARTER CONSOL NET PROFIT 2.50 BILLION RUPEES VERSUS 2.16 BILLION RUPEES LAST YEAR.MARCH QUARTER CONSOL REVENUE FROM OPERATIONS 24.28 BILLION RUPEES VERSUS 24.66 BILLION RUPEES LAST YEAR.  Full Article

Reliance Power Gets Debt Financing Nod For Bangladesh Project
Tuesday, 5 Dec 2017 

Dec 5 (Reuters) - Reliance Power Ltd ::SAYS ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK APPROVED DEBT FINANCING AND PARTIAL RISK GUARANTEE OF $583 MILLION.SAYS TOTAL PROJECT COST IS ABOUT $1 BILLION.SAYS FINANCING TO DEVELOP CO'S 750 MW LNG BASED COMBINED CYCLE POWER PLANT AND LNG TERMINAL PROJECT IN BANGLADESH.SAYS CO PLANS TO RAISE POWER GENERATION CAPACITY TO AROUND 3000 MW IN BANGLADESH.RELIANCE POWER - ENERGY FROM POWER PLANT WILL BE SOLD TO BANGLADESH'S ELECTRICITY GRID UNDER LONG-TERM PPA WITH BANGLADESH POWER DEVELOPMENT BOARD.  Full Article

UPDATE 1-India's top court finds Anil Ambani guilty of contempt in RCom-Ericsson case

NEW DELHI/MUMBAI, Feb 20 India's Supreme Court on Wednesday found Anil Ambani, chairman of debt-laden Reliance Communications (RCom), guilty of contempt of court for wilfully failing to pay 5.5 billion rupees ($77.29 million) to telecom equipment maker Ericsson.