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Top Headlines: India's nuclear power push gains traction; Adani-NDTV deal

Gautam Adani's group said it will buy a majority stake in New Delhi Television Ltd (NDTV) as it looks to boost media investments as part of an ambitious expansion plan

NDTV, in a statement, said Radhika and Prannoy Roy (pictured) believed the Sebi order was based on an incorrect assessment of the situation and a "highly unusual and perverse directive"
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NDTV co-founder Prannoy Roy

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India’s largest power producer is looking to develop another massive nuclear project just weeks after announcing its entry into the sector, a sign that PM Modi’s expansion into atomic energy is gaining momentum. Gautam Adani's group said it will buy a majority stake in New Delhi Television Ltd (NDTV), one of the nation's most popular news channels, as it looks to boost media investments as part of an ambitious expansion plan. Read more on these in our top headlines.

Adani to acquire 29.18% in NDTV; makes Rs 493-cr open offer for another 26%

Richest Indian Gautam Adani's group on Tuesday

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First Published: Aug 24 2022 | 7:40 AM IST

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