Invitation for EOI for sale of 91.00% of the paid up Equity Shares held by Consortium of Banks and FI in India SME Asset Reconstruction Company Limited (ISARC) SALE OF EQUITY SHARES HELD BY SMALL INDUSTRIES DEVELOPMENT BANK OF INDIA IN THE FOLLOWING TECHNICAL CONSULTANCY ORGANIZATIONS (TCOs) Sale of 21,18,78,970 (Twenty One Crore, Eighteen Lakh, Seventy Eight Thousand, Nine Hundred and Seventy only) Equity Shares, representing 55.76% of the Paid-Up Equity Share Capital of STCI Finance Ltd Maharashtra Defence and Aerospace Venture Fund RFP for Repair and Maintenance of Premises Another milestone & A proud moment for all at IDBI Capital Bharatratna Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar investment fund for SC / ST Invitation for Expression of Interest - Seeking investor for Agri Based Warehouses Corrigendum for EOI-Seeking investor for Steel based Company Invitation for EOI forsale of equity share of Tata Teleservices Limited
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