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Supreme Court Asks Jaiprakash Associates To Deposit Rs 200 Cr By 10 May

The top court asked JAL to submit a project-wise chart of home buyers seeking refund so that the amount can be dispersed on pro-rata basis

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Supreme Court Keeps Ban On Jaiprakash Associates Asset Sales

RBI wants Jaiprakash Associates' creditor banks to push the company into insolvency resolution proceedings, but the Supreme Court order restricting sale of assets would obstruct that, bankers and lawyers have said

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Supreme Court Keeps Ban On Jaiprakash Associates Asset Sales

Jaypee Infratech Ltd, a group company of Jaiprakash Associates, is already being pursued in the bankruptcy court over loan defaults

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Jaiprakash Associates Approves Debt Restructuring

The company had called a board meeting to consider the recommendations of the audit committee on the debt restructuring process approved by the Joint Lenders Forum

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Banks Eye Control Of Jaiprakash In Debt-For-Equity Swap

Jaiprakash Associates is one of the country's most-leveraged companies after a period of debt-fuelled growth

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UltraTech Buys Jaiprakash Cement Plants In New $2.4 Billion Deal

Under the revised deal, UltraTech will buy 21.2 million tonnes of cement capacity from Jaiprakash as the companies have mutually agreed to exclude a 1.2 million tonnes a year plant in Karnataka

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UltraTech Buys Jaiprakash Cement Plants For Rs 16,500 Crore

The deal will increase India's biggest cement maker's installed capacity by one-third to 90.7 million tonnes annually, and provide infrastructure firm Jaiprakash with much-needed relief to pare its debts

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UltraTech Scraps Plan To Buy Jaiprakash Cement Plants

The Bombay High Court said that amendments to Indian mining and mineral laws mean that only the transfer of mines granted through an auction process could be approved, making the Jaiprakash deal impossible, UltraTech said

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