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The email copy Rahul is showing doesn’t have any connection with Rafael- Anil Ambani

The email copy Rahul is showing doesn’t have any connection with Rafael- Anil Ambani

After the allegations of Congress president Rahul Gandhi, the answer from Reliance has arrived. Reliance has said that the e-mail addressed by Rahul did not have any relation with Rafael Deal. It was an e-mail between Airbus and Reliance Defense and the MoU being talked about was between Reliance and Airbus helicopter. This MoU has no relation to the Rafael deal.

Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday once again questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the pretext of the Rafael issue by making a press conference on Tuesday. He cited an email and said that 10 days before signing the Rafael deal, Anil Ambani met the Defense Minister of France and had said that when the PM comes, then there will be a MOU (Rafael deal) sign. Rahul said before the deal was signed, neither the then Defense Minister of India knew neither HAL nor Foreign Minister, but 10 days before Rafael Deal, Anil Ambani knew about this deal. This means that Anil Ambani was working as a middleman. On this basis, Prime Minister Modi should be prosecuted for sharing the top secret with anyone, he should be sent to jail. This is a case of sedition.

What is written in the email?

‘For your information, talk to C. Salomon (Salman, JY Le Drying Consultant who was present in the meeting held on Monday). Ambani came to the Minister’s Office this week (his visit was secret and was already fixed). In the meeting, he (Ambani) told that he wants to work on commercial helos first with AH and later in the defense sector. He (Ambani) told that an MoU is being prepared which will be signed during Prime Minister’s visit’.

Who wrote the email to?

This email was written by Guiliam Fauri, the then CEO of Airbus, to the company’s Asia Sales Head Montex and Philip. Its copy was sent to Shli, Clive, Modet, Dominic, Chomsey and Nicholas.

Anil Ambani’s son Jai Ansul Ambani joined Reliance Infra board

Anil ambani’s son Ansul ambani joined Reliance Infra board

Industrialist Anil Ambani has stepped up his reinstatement of his business to his sons. Now billionaire Anil Ambani is planning to include his younger son, Jai Anshul Ambani as executive director on the Reliance Infrastructure (RInfra) board. Earlier, Anil Ambani’s eldest son, Jai Anmol Ambani has been inducted in the Reliance Capital Board in 2016.

According to the Business Standard report, Reliance Group founder Dhirubhai Ambani will be on board on his birthday in the last week of December. Earlier, Anil Ambani’s elder brother Mukesh Ambani has joined his children Akash and Isha Ambani in Jio Board. However, Mukesh Ambani’s younger son, Anant Ambani, has not joined any company yet.

Corporate insiders say that after the bitter experience between the two billionaires, they want to clarify the succession planning as soon as possible. Anshul is being included in the R-Infobar at a time when the company is taking several steps to reduce its debt.

In 2016, A-Raynfra sold its cement division to Birla Corp for 48 billion rupees and this year the company sold its Mumbai power distribution business, Adani Transmission for 188 billion rupees. The company is also looking to sell some road projects to be debt free till 2019. He wants to prepare the next generation with zero debt to run the company according to his plans.

Bullet train: RInfra to join hands with Japanese, plans right issues on defense vertical

Citing the country’s 90 percent dependence on imports to meet up with defense requirements, Anil Ambani expressed seriousness in contributing for the defense sector.

With the government all set to start working on its plan to introduce the first bullet train in India, Reliance Group chairman Anil Ambani on Tuesday said that its company Reliance Infrastructure, with a major focus towards the defense sector, is planning a rights issue for Reliance Naval and Engineering.

Confirming that the company will be joining hands with the Japanese companies for the over Rs 1 trillion project, Ambani, at the company’s 88th Annual General Meeting (AGM) told shareholders, “Our defence vertical Reliance Naval & Engineering will soon come out with a rights issue which will help promoters to increase stake in the company by 5 percentage points to 36 percent.”

Citing the country’s 90 percent dependence on imports to meet up with defense requirements, the Reliance Group chairman expressed seriousness in contributing for the defense sector, despite intense competition.

“Government is shortly going to award contract for six submarines worth Rs. 50,000 crore. With the acquisition of Pipavav, we are one of the only two companies strategically positioned to participate to build submarines. For the first time, private sector firm in the country will be actually building a submarine,” said Ambani.

Speaking about the requirements to bring in a change of ownership in case of Reliance Naval and Engineering, Ambani asserted that the company has already achieved its 31 percent shareholding. “We have the ability to increase our shareholding to 36 percent, which we will be able to do through this rights issue,” said Ambani.

Anil Ambani said that the Reliance Naval and Engineering will be employing foreign collaborations and will train its employees on defense business with world leaders. Further stating that the company has inked a joint venture with a leading French material and aero-structure Company named Daher, Ambani said, “Under the agreement Daher will be moving all their facilities to India and India will be an exporter to Boeing and Airbus of very sensitive composite parts and materials.” Daher supplies 50 percent of the composite materials to multinational corporations, Boeing and Airbus.

Confirming that RInfra is going to join hands with Japanese companies in the $17 billion project to construct India’s first bullet train which will be connecting Mumbai and Ahmedabad, Ambani said, “We are deeply engaged and involved with a number of Japanese companies through joint ventures for the over Rs. 1 trillion bullet train project and we will participate in this ambitious project.”

Also claiming that RInfra is committed to be leaders in Engineering, procurement and construction, Ambani said, “Rinfra has been short-listed as bidder for the Bandra-Versova Sea Link, the coastal road project in the city, and we also have LoIs for metro orders. Besides, it has also been qualified for the Mumbai-Nagpur Expressway project.”

We have some exclusive Whatsapp chats between some known faces of this country, check out!

Let’s be real here we have all addicted to WhatsApp, this social tool become an integral part of our life too. We all love to chat with someone, talk with someone, and WhatsApp is probably the best medium to do it, right?

And while an average WhatsApp chat deals with normal randomness, we wondered what celebrity WhatsApp chats might look like. And we sneak some of their WhatsApp chats, take a look.

1. Arvind Kejriwal WhatApp chats with Narendra Modi.

Kejriwal to Modi

2. Barkha Dutt WhatsApp chats with Arnab Goswami.

Barkha to Arnab

3. Akhilesh Yadav and Mulayam ‘Father-Son war’

Mulayam to Akhilesh

4. Anil Ambani WhatsApp chats with his brother Mukesh Ambani.

anil ambani to Mukesh Ambani

5. Shahrukh Khan WhatsApp chats with his buddy Karan Johar.


Looks like their chats aren’t THAT different from ours after all.