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1.Reliance to build port at Rewas

Reliance Industries (RIL) plans to build a Rs 6,000-crore port at Rewas in Maharashtra. The port will have 70 berths with a capacity to handle 457 mn tonne of cargo.

2.All round specialist

Vivek Jaiswal, Head-Sales & Marketing, Pashmina Developers, carries a colossal experience of 14 years in the sales and marketing domain across diverse sectors and markets.

3.RIL to foray into cement sector

Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries plans to foray into the cement sector.

4.Reliance gas from KGD6 to touch 60 mnscmd

Reliance Industries will regain its 60 mnscmd of natural gas output level from its KG-D6 fields on the eastern offshore by April.

5.RIL, IL&FS JV to set up model township in Haryana

Reliance Ventures has formed a JV with Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (IL&FS) to develop a model economic township and other infrastructure facilities at Jhajjar in Haryana.

6.Poor output from KG-D6 puts power ministry in a tizzy

The Union Ministry of Power has expressed concern over the decline in natural gas output at Reliance Industries' offshore KG-D6 fields as the shortfall may hit electricity generation this summer.

7.Don't blink now

As soon as one drives out of a dazzling commercial complex towards a plush home in a gated community, all contours change.

8.Golden Gujarat

For starters, just take a look at these facts and figures: In the past decade, Rs 99,805 crore has been invested in infrastructure in Gujarat, and the investment planned for the next decade is Rs 1,180,912.

9.Reliance Ind submits EoI for Premier Coal

India's largest company by market value, Reliance Industries, has submitted an expression of interest (EoI) to buy Australia's Premier Coal, which is a division of ASX-listed Wesfarmers Group.

10.RIL plans upto $ 30 bln investment in next five years

Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries is planning major investments, totalling up to $30 bn over next five years in its various businesses, including energy and telecom sectors.