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Shareholders of Vedanta Resources Units Approve Merger
Sesa Goa Ltd. (SESA) and Sterlite Industries (India) Ltd. (STLT) shareholders approved a plan to combine the units of Vedanta Resources Plc (VED) into a new company. The proposal won the required majority at the voting held on June 19 and June 21, ...
Sesa Goa, Sterlite get nod for merger  Business Today
Sesa-Sterlite, global major in offing: Emkay  Moneycontrol.com
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Vedanta Resources Acquires 24.5% In Raykal Aluminium
Raykal Aluminium will be acquired under the non-integrated Vedanta Aluminium, which is currently a subsidiary of Vedanta Resources and it will be transferred to Sesa Sterlite after the completion of the proposed merger of Sesa Goa and Sterlite Industries.
Vedanta Aluminium acquires 24.5% stake in L&T subsidiary  Hindu Business Line
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Vedanta Buys L&T Unit Stake
Mumbai - Vedanta Resources PLC has acquired a 24.5% stake in a unit of Larsen & Toubro Ltd. that holds key licenses for aluminium ore mines in eastern Indian state of Orissa, for 2.01 billion rupees, a filing with U.S.
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Templeton opposes Vedanta Resources' plan to merge Sesa Goa-Sterlite ...
Vedanta Resources' plan to merge Sterlite Industries with Sesa Goa to create a new company called Sesa Sterlite could run into a wall as Sesa Goa's largest institutional shareholder, Templeton, is in talks with other institutional shareholders to stall ...
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Michael Palin: 'The Dalai Lama and I have a lot in common'
Researching the book, Palin travelled to the Niyamgiri Hills in Orissa, where a local tribe, the Dongria Khond, have been fighting a long-running battle against an international mining conglomerate, Vedanta Resources, to protect their land from being ...
FTSE CLOSE: Negative US economic data hits London market confidence
Among the biggest fallers, Vedanta Resources dropped 48p to 930p and Anglo American fell 114p to 2101p, while heavyweight stock BP was impacted by the latest fall in oil prices to stand 13.6p lower at 411.1p.
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Healthy rise for Proximagen after US deal
With nervous traders sticking to the sidelines, mining shares were among those weighing on the benchmark index. Vedanta Resources dropped 24 to 915�p and Xstrata sank 50 to 920p. Commodities trader, Glencore International, slipped 11.85 to 355p.
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FTSE LIVE: Markets down after Moody's downgrade of the world's biggest banks
Mining and commodity stocks were the biggest Footsie fallers amid fears over weaker factory output in China and signs that the US jobs market is struggling.
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India: Bollygarchs at bay
Vedanta, the London-listed group headed by billionaire Anil Agarwal, provides a further instance. The India-focused conglomerate is engaged in a long and as ... The independent comptroller and auditor-general has made headlines investigating ...
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Should investors embrace the profits of sin?
Antofagasta, the copper miner, has beaten the Footsie by 800% and Vedanta Resources (VED) by 230%. Defence company Rolls-Royce (RR.