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Reliance Infrastructure Ltd. Company History and Annual Growth Details


- The Company was incorporated on 1st October, at Mumbai under the
Companies Act, VII of 1913 as 'Bombay Suburban Electric Supply
Limited'. It carries on generation and supply of electricity.


- 12,136 - 9.5% Pref. shares redeemed. Redemption of balance 62,864
Pref. shares extended to 1-6-1986 or the vesting date whichever is
earlier and rate of dividend raised to 11%. 21 No. of equity shares
allotted on conversion of 8.5% 'F' class Deb.


- To extend the Company's franchise the Company should before 2nd June,
take concrete steps to the installation and commissioning of a
generating station of 420 MW or such other capacity as may be approved
by the State Government.

- 5,589 No. of equity shares issued on conversion of 'F' Deb. 1977-98.
73,147 Bonus Equity shares issued in prop. 1:5 in early 1978-79.


- The company reissued and allotted to the Unit Trust of India 7,848
'C' class debentures of Rs 100 each at par and 24,579 'D' class
debentures of Rs 100 each at par.

- Arrangements were made to reissue 46,05,000 'E' class debentures to
financial institutions, apart from their existing holdings in 'E' class
debentures on revised terms.

- The Company issued through private placement with financial
institutions, debentures worth Rs 200 lakhs and reissued 'F' class
debentures of Rs 46.05 lakhs to LIC.


- 1,46,294 Bonus Equity shares issued at par in prop. 1:3.


- In order to meet the expenses of expansion of Company's distribution
facilities, the Company raised further finance from financial
institutions by issuing privately placed debentures worth Rs 200 lakhs
during 1982-83.

- Towards the close of the year the Company allotted/privately placed
2,00,000-15% 'H' class redeemable debentures of Rs 100 each at par to
financial institutions.

- The Company was awarded a contract for 34.5 KV distribution system at
A1-Jubail in Saudi Arabia. Another contract valued at SR 35 million
was awarded by Electricity Corporation of Saudi Arabia for A1 Qaseem
Rural Electrification Distribution.


- The Company was awarded contracts for the erection of 500MW T.G.
sets at Singrauli and 2 x 130 MW hydro sets at Idukki in Kerala.


- On 30th November, the Company received a communication from
Maharashtra State Government stating that in their view the Company
would not be in a position to carry out its obligation to instal its
own power station and that the Electricity Board would therefore
exercise the option to purchase the Company's electrical undertaking on
2nd June, 1986.

- It was proposed to set up a joint venture Company with Saudi
nationals in Saudi Arabia.


- The Company's 'C' and 'D' class debentures of Rs 2,65,21,200 were to
be redeemed on 1st June. The redemption date was extended with an
enhanced interest of 15% per annum and the principal amount made
repayable in 3 annual instalments at the expiry of 7th, 8th, 9th year
from 1st June, with provision for concurrent maturity in case of
earlier vesting of the Company's electrical undertaking.

- Div. rate on both classes of Pref. shares raised to 15% with effect
from 1.6.1986 and redemption date extended to 1.6.93 or the vesting
date whichever is earlier. 12,040 - 11% Pref. and 2,830 - 9.8% Pref.
shares belonging to the dissenting shareholders redeemed on 7.11.1986.


- Due to the economic recession, the Company's joint venture company,
Bombay Suburban Saudi Arabia Co., Ltd., in S. Arabia, was put under
voluntary liquidation.


- Necessary clearance from the environmental angle was received from
the Department of Environment and Forest, Government of India for
setting the project near Dahanu. Clearances from the authorities were
obtained for water coal, etc. required for the power project.


- Equity shares subdivided in October, and Authorised capital
reclassified. 58,51,760 bonus equity shares then issued in prop. 1:1.


- Out of the existing 93,637 'F' class debentures, the Company had
initiated action to extend 77,792 debentures held by financial
institutions and which was repayable in three annual instalments at the
expiry of 6th, 7th, 8th year from 1st July 1990 at a rate of 14%. The
balance 15,845 debentures redeemed on 1st July 1990 and kept alive for
reissue, were being placed privately with a financial institution and
shall be repayable in three annual instalments at the expiry of 6th,
7th, 8th year from the date of allotment of debentures.

- The Company's 'E' class and 'Reissued E' class debentures worth Rs
100 lakhs were redeemed on 1st July, 1992. The redemption of 'H' class
debentures was extended by two years to 18th May, 1993, with enhanced
interest of 17.5% per annum for the said period.


- During April-May, the Company issued through a Prospectus 80,00,000 -
12.5% secured fully convertible debentures of Rs 125 each.

- The Balance 23,55,300 debentures along with 3,33,430 debentures not
taken up by the employees' were offered for public subscription.
Additional 3,53,295 debentures were allotted to retain
oversubscription. Each debenture was compulsorily and automatically
converted into 5 No. of equity shares of Rs 10 each at a premium of Rs
15 per share at end of 1 year from the date of allotment of debentures.
Accordingly 4,60,00,000 No. of equity shares were allotted on 21st
June, 1992.

- The Company's licence was extended upto 15th August, 2011,
essentially to cover the repayment period for the loans of the World
Bank/International Finance Corporation (Washington).


- The name of the Company was changed from Bombay Suburban Electric
Supply, Ltd. to its abbreviated version 'BSES Ltd.'


- The Company took up the work in installing dedicated 220 KV
transmission line between the power station at Dahanu and the receiving
station at Versova.

- During December, the Company offered 288,51,760-15% fully convertible
debenture of Rs 60 each on Rights basis in proportion 1 debenture: 2
equity shares held. (all were taken up).

- Simultaneously another 252,69,900-15% fully convertible debentures of
Rs 70 each were issued through the prospectus of which the following
were reserved for allotment on a preferential basis:

- (i) 25,00,000 debentures to Indian financial institutions including
State Industrial Development/Investment Corporation & State Financial
Corporation (only 24,99,700 debentures taken up).

- (ii) 60,00,000 debentures to Foreign Institutional Investors
including Mutual Funds, persons funds.

- (iii) 50,00,000 debentures to Mutual Funds.

- (iv) 8,47,000 debentures to employees (only 8,39,600 debentures taken

- Balance 109,22,900 debentures alongwith 7,700 debentures not taken up
employees and FIIs were issued to the public (all were taken up).

- Each debentures of Rights issue was to be converted into one equity
share of Rs 10 each for cash at a premium of Rs 50 per share on 1st
March 1995. Each debenture of Rs 70 of the public issue was to be
converted into one equity share of Rs 10 each for cash at premium of Rs
60 per share on 1st March 1995.


- The Company entered into a MOU with National Thermal Power
Corporation Ltd. to promote a joint venture company as a subsidiary in
order to avail enormous opportunities in the power sector in
construction, erection and other project management activities. The
Company holds 51% of the equity of the subsidiary company.

- A separate Company namely BSES Telecom Ltd. was formed as a
subsidiary of the Company to provide value added services in software
and computer services and communication.

- The BSES Telecom Ltd. had entered into a MOU with Hitchison Max
Telecom Pvt. Ltd. which got licence for operating a cellular mobile
telephone network in Mumbai.

- 540,15,945 No. of equity shares allotted on conversion of 15% Fully
Convertible Debentures.


- The Company proposed to C-promote Jeedimetla Power Co. Ltd. jointly
with local power consuming companies to set up a 40 MW power plant at
Hyderabad. The Company was awarded two naphtha based short gestation
projects of 40 MW each in Kerala.

- A separate Company 'BSES Infrastructure Finance Ltd.' was formed by
the Company to cater to the financial needs of infrastructural
development particularly the proposed power project of the Company.

- 3,316 No. of equity shares kept in abeyance were allotted.
26,041,650 No. of equity shares issued against GDRs.


- The Contracts, Sales & Computer Division proposed to set up
manufacturing facility for Elastimold type cable terminators at
Silvassa in collaboration with Elastimold Division of M/s. Amerace
Corporation of USA. The Division proposed to participate in EPC
contracts for power projects.

- The Company proposed to instal a naphtha/gas based combined cycle
power station with an installed capacity of 495 MW at Palghar.

- For implementing the power projects in Kerala, a separate company
under the name BSES Kerala Power Pvt. Ltd. was incorporated. The
Government of Kerala awarded three power projects each with an
installed capacity of 40 MW in open cycle mode and 53 MW in combined
cycle mode. All would be set up in one place in Kochi.

- The Company took over the management control of Tamil Nadu Industries
Capture Power Co. Ltd. Efforts were made to achieve speedy
implementation of its proposed 250 MW lignite based project at
Srimushnam near Neyveli, Tamil Nadu.

- The Company submitted bids in response to tenders floated by Gujarat
Power Corporation Ltd. for setting up small/medium liquid/gas based
projects in Gujarat. The Company was selected to set up short/medium
sized low gestation power projects.

- The Company received a notice dated 27th, May, from the Maharashtra
State Electricity Board exercising their option to purchase the
electricity undertaking of the Company on 2nd/3rd June, 1976.

- The Company issued Global depository receipt aggregating US $125
million in March. Each GDR consisting of 3 equity shares was prices at
US $ 14.40. The GDRs were listed at London Stock Exchange.


- BSES Ltd. is the country's largest private sector power generator
with a turnover of Rs.1,572 crore.

- Bombay Suburban Electricity Supply (BSES) is setting up a coal
beneficiation plant as a joint venture with CLI Corporation and
Spectrum Technologies of the US.

- BSES Limited and the Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) will soon set
up a joint venture company for the Rs.4,000 crore 1,000 mw Maithon
Right Bank thermal power project in Bihar.

- BSES Telecom Ltd., a 100 per cent subsidiary of BSES Ltd., and Mastek
have joined hands to provide Information Technology driven management
oriented solutions for power utilities sector through Utility Software
Development Group which the two companies have decided a constitute.

- BSES Ltd has entered into a three-year, currency swap deal amounting
to $5 million.

- BSES had entered into a 60:40 joint venture with Ticapco for setting
up the project.

- The company has signed an agreement on escrow account and has got the
Letter of Credit (LoC) from State Bank of Travancore led consortium.

- The company issued 11,00,000-13% redeemable cumulative preference
shares of Rs. 100 each with a maturity period of 18 months.


- BSES Kerala Power Ltd, a subsidiary of BSES Ltd., is set to sign an
escrow agreement with the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB).

- BSES are very particular about quality of equipment, have adopted the
state-of-the art technology for cable laying and jointing, and have
upgraded the skills of employees.

- BSES would enter into another joint venture for setting up a 200 MW
Gas/Naphtha power plant in Andhra Pradesh for which an agreement has
been signed and the relevant clearances have been obtained and this
project too is expected to go on stream shortly.

- The Gujarat Power corporation has awarded a letter of intent to the
company for setting up the short gestation 55 mw power project at

- 47,00,000 pref. shares allotted on conversion of debentures.


- The BSES group will form a joint venture with the UK-based power
transmission major National Grid for the Orissa distribution venture
and other distribution ventures that are to be privatised.

- BSES Andhra Power a joint venture with the state government is
setting up a 200 MW power plant at Samalkot.


- BSES Telecom announced the launch of its Internet Services,

- The BSES Telecom has also formed a joint venture company with the
Hyderabad-based Sriven Multitech Ltd.

- The Business Millennium Award for Environmental Management was given
to Mumbai-based BSES.

- BSES Telecom, the wholly-owned subsidiary of the power major BSES,
has shortlisted four international companies Cable and Wireless of the
UK, MCI Worldcom, British Telecom and News Skies of the US for setting
up Internet gateways across the country.

- Gujarat Positra Port Infrastrucutre Ltd. has signed an memorandum of
understanding with BSES Ltd. to execute a 261 mw power project.

- BSES Ltd. has signed a memorandum of understanding with Oil and
Natural Gas Commission Ltd. for supply of 1.85 MCMD of gas from Bombay
High, for its 500 MW combined cycle power plant in Saphale, Palghar.

- Reliance Industries has picked up a 26.6% stake in BSES. RIL is
entering the broadband business and expanding its power business in a
big way by way of exploiting its synergies with BSES.

- BSES Ltd has launched a customer-friendly website bsessupply.com.

- BSES Ltd has informed that Shri V M Lal has ceased to act as the
Director of the Company with effect from January 29, 2002. In the
casual vacancy so arisen, Shri R Buddhiraja, IAS, Principal Secretary
(Energy) to the Government of Maharashtra has been appointed on the
Board of the Company with effect from January 29, 2002.

- BSES and its subsidiaries provide electricity service to more than
2.70 million consumers in area covering about 1,23,000 sq. km. and with
an estimated population of about 34 million.BSES operates a
state-of-the-art 500 MW Thermal Power Station at Dahanu near Mumbai and
supplies the 2001

- Strategies upto 2000 A.D. - Power generation, transmission and
distribution are areas of core competencies. - 90% of investment to be
made in core activities and the balance in other related activities. -
Other related activities cover those synergetic to the core activities.
- The resources for these projects would be met by BSES and raised
through joint ventures.

- Corporate Plan - First Five Years:Core Areas: Power Generation
capacity around 2000 MW Dahanu expansion / Palghar Project: Capacity -
500 MW Projects at different locations - Capacity - 1500 MW Three to
four distribution networks of similar size as BSES Mumbai.

- Other Areas: Expand EPC & Other contracting activities - Turnover Rs.
750 crores. Coal Beneficiation / Mining. Manufacturing of Energy
Meters. Telecom / IT - Turnover Rs. 100 crores.

- Corporate Plan - 15 years Perspective Plan:Power Distribution -
Capacity 8000 MW. Power Distribution Networks - 20 - 25 locations.
Contracting Activities - Turnover Rs. 1500 crores.Coal Beneficiation / Mining. Composite Financial Services. Fuel
Management. Energy Efficiency / Gas Distribution.

- Upcoming Projects:-Generation: On its balance sheet:Palghar Project
Wind Farm Project

- Through Joint venturesBSES Kerala Power Limited TICAPCO-Srimushnam
Project BSES Andhra Power Limited Maithon Power Limited

- Distribution: Orissa Distribution Companies Part of Rajasthan
Distribution System. Consultancy of Goa, Andhra Pardesh. It has given
consultancy to Andhra Pradesh State Electricity Board (APSEB) for
privatisation of Distribution System. Also the Goa Power Department has
shown interest for consultancy for restructuring and privatisation of
power department. The assignment is awarded to BSES and it is being

- Related Areas: ST BSES Coal Washeries Limited Utility Powertech
Limited BSES Telecom Limited BSES Infrastructure Finance Limited

- Electric Supply and Transmission Division: BSES has a consumer base
of 2 million. Importantly, there is no agriculture load as the company
caters to the urban areas only. It has a good recovery of 99.4%, which
helps it to provide efficient and effective consumer services. It has
capital expenditure plans of Rs 120 crore on SCADA and fibre optic.

- The company has managed to maintain the distribution losses at around
the same level during the past five years. Distribution losses were
11.6% during the year ended March 2001 as compared to 11.5% during the
year ended March 2000. It has come down from 14.95% during FY 1993-94.
BSES is taking measures to reduce its distribution losses further along
with improvement in collection mechanism. It is also implementing cost
control measures with financial engineering and tax planning. It also
has plans to focus on commercial customers in future.

- Dahanu Power Station: Dahanu Power Station achieved a plant load
factor (PLF) of 82.68% during the year 2000-01. The plant availability
was to the tune of 92.33%. The plant of the company meets 55% of its
needs. The demand has been increasing at around 5% per annum. However,
BSES depends on Tata Power for additional power requirements. It has to
purchase this extra power at much higher costs. The company is taking
measures to reduce overhaul period per unit. It also plans to improve
plant availability besides increasing the dispatches during off peak
hours besides reducing coal transit losses.

- Wind Energy: BSES has invested Rs 41 crore in 7.59 mw wind farm at
Chitradurga, Karnataka. This farm has 33 windmills. It has already
started commercial operations and has one of the highest PLF in the
country in the wind farm segment. For the year 2000-01, its average
PLF was 30.11% when others can manage only 20% to 25% PLF. This farm
has an attractive return of investment (RoI) as the company is allowed
100% depreciation.

- Contracts and EPC Division: This division achieved a turnover of Rs
529 crore during the year ended March 2001 as against Rs 399 crore
during the year ended March 2000 and it. Its turnover was Rs 391 crore
during the year ended March 1999. This division has showed an improved
performance and has been growing at a good rate for the last three
years. This division was instrumental in construction and erection
works of 5,000 mw in Indian and other industrial and infrastructure
projects. The cumulative value of works executed by this division since
inception is to the tune of Rs 3,500 crore. It has a good order booking
of Rs 1,400 crore as of June 2001.To keep up the growth in this
business, the company plans to target turnkey jobs with higher margins.
It also needs to diversify into larger civil jobs and other
infrastructure sectors. The company also plans to provide modern tools
for faster project implementation and to provide training inputs for
better project management.

- BSES has several group companies - ST-BSES Coal Washery, BSES
Infrastructure Finance, Utility Powertech, Ticapco, BSES Telecom, BSES
Kerala Power, BSES Andhra Power and three new companies of Orissa. The
company has a strategy of adding value by strategic alliances within
the group.

- Coal Washery - JV Company: This JV is a backward integration project
for the Dahanu Power plant. It supplies washed coal to the plant as
well as to others. The total cost of this project is around Rs 60 crore
out of which Rs 9 crore is by a US aid. The washery, which is already
operational, has a 2.5 mmt per annum capacity and is located at Madhya
Pradesh. The return on equity in this JV exceeds 25%. The company
posted revenues of Rs 25 crore with net profit of Rs 3.7 crore for the
year 2000-01.

- BSES Infrastructure Finance (BIFL): This company is in the business
of providing advisory services on new businesses and financial
engineering. It also provides bridge finance and leasing services to
group companies. It has tied up funds for various projects to the tune
of over Rs 1,500 crore. It has been a dividend paying company since
inception. It posted revenues of Rs 12.70 crore and net profit of Rs 3
crore for the year 2000-01.

- Utility Powertech: This is a JV with National Thermal Power
Corporation (NTPC). Utility Powertech has taken up maintenance
contracts for NTPC power stations. It has 250 operational sites with Rs
25 crore orders on hand. The company is focussing on non-conventional
project development including mini and micro hydel projects. It posted
revenues of Rs 39 crore and profit of Rs 1.5 crore for the year

- BSES Telecom: This company has been operational since March 2000. It
is an Internet service provider (ISP) in Mumbai and has a fibre optic
network to support its last mile services. Its utility software
division has a customer care product, which caters to over 6 million
consumers of BSES. It is also exploring alliances for providing utility

- BSES Kerala Power: This is a 165 mw naptha-based combined cycle power
plant at Kochi in Kerala. It employs 3 gas turbines of 43.5 mw each. It
proposes to use liquified natural gas (LNG) from the Kochi terminal in

- BSES Andhra Power: This is a 220 mw duel fuel combined cycle power
plant at Samalkot. The construction work on civil works is presently in
progress and the expected date of completion is October 2001 for open
cycle and February 2002 for combined cycle. BSES EPC group is doing the
EPC work.

- Orissa Power distribution companies: BSES had bid for distribution
companies in Orissa in 1999 when the distribution part was opened up
for privatization. On 1 April 1999, the company with a 51% stake along
with the JV partner, GRIDCO acquired the three companies. The total
investment in this distribution foray was to the tune of Rs 117 crore.
World Bank and others are providing long-term soft loans amounting to
Rs 150 crore in three years. The consumer base is around 8,14,000 with
the consumption at around 6,000 million units. The tariff is one of the
lowest for bulk supply. Importantly, agricultural load is less than 6%
of the total load. BSES is targeting a turnaround for these
distribution companies in the next 2-3 years.


- BSES Ltd has informed that Shri R V Shahi Chairman & Managing Director of the Company has relinquished the Office of Chairman & Managing Director.The Board of Directors has appointed Shri S S Dua as acting Chairman & Managing Director.

-BSES appointed J P Chalsani as chief executive officer of the southwest Delhi electricity distribution company and the central-east Delhi electricity distribution company, in which BSES has a controlling stake.

-Reliance Industries Ltd. increases the stake in the company to 31.54%

-Signs confidentiality agreement for buying out Enron's stake in Dabhol Power Company

-Issues Non Covertible Debentures (NCD) for Rs 100 crore

-Company's 500-mw Dahanu thermal power station achieves an availability of 100 per cent and a plant load factor (PLF) of 98.92 per cent during March

-Power Ventures increases the holding in the company to 23.88%

-Acquires 51% stake in two Delhi Vidyut Board's power distribution companies (Central East Delhi Electricity Distribution Company Ltd and South West Delhi Electricity Distribution Company Ltd.)

-Delhi government signs a share-holding agreement with Bombay Suburban Electric Supplies (BSES) and Tata Power for power distribution in Delhi

-Changed names of its two power distribution companies in Delhi. While the South West Delhi electricity Distribution Company was renamed as BSES Rajdhani Power Ltd, the Central East Delhi Electricity Distribution Company was christened BSES Yamuna Power Ltd.

-Pulls out of 250 MW power project in Tamil Nadu

-Reliance group increases stake in the company from 38% to 40.29% through creeping acquisition route

-Reliance Power Ventures acquires 28,28,545 shares of BSES Ltd, increases the stake to 28.30%

-Completes US$ 120 million Foreign Currency Convertible Bond issue


- Company becomes part of the Reliance Group, with Mr Anil D Ambani, Vice Chairman and Managing Director of Reliance Industries Ltd. unanimously being appointed by the Board as Chairman of BSES.

-The name of BSES Ltd changed to Reliance Energy Ltd.

-BSES Andhra Power Ltd, BSES Kerala Power Ltd, BSES Rajdhani Power Ltd, BSES Yamuna Power Ltd, North Eastern Electricity Supply Company of Orissa Ltd, Southern Electricity Supply Company of Orissa Ltd, Tamil Nadu Industries Captive Power Company Ltd and Western Electricity Supply Company of Orissa Ltd cease to be subsidiaries of the Company with effect from March 29, 2003

-Members approve delisting of company's shares from the following stock exchanges:

1. Ahmedabad Share & Stock Brokers Association
2. Bangalore Stock Exchange Ltd
3. Calcutta Stock Exchange Association Ltd
4. Delhi Stock Exchange Association Ltd
5. Inter Connected Stock Exchange of India Ltd.

-BSES Andhra Power Ltd. becomes 100-pc subsidiary of Reliance Energy

-Allots equity shares to Bank of New York on options exercised by it

-Anil Ambani, vice-chairman and managing director, Reliance Industries Ltd, and chairman, BSES Ltd, voted as the MTV Youth Icon of the Year by young Indians across the country

-Maharashtra Govt. took back its nominee from the company board

-Reliance Salgaocar Power becomes Wholly Owned Subsidiary of the company

-BSES signs an agreement with US bank for GDR conversion


-Reliance decides to revamp Hirma mega thermal power project

-Easy Bill, a Hero group company, inks pact with BSES for bill collection

-Promoters' holding in BSES has dropped by 5.67 per cent to 52.55 per cent

-BSES Andhra Power Ltd. & Reliance Salgaocar Power Company Ltd (RSPCL) merged with the Company

-Janus acquires 4-pc stake in Reliace Energy

-The name of BSES Limited shall be changed to Reliance Energy Limited and the trading symbol of BSES Limited be changed from BSES to REL w.e.f. March 12, 2004.

-Mops up $178 million (Rs 805 cr) through a five-year zero-coupon foreign currency convertible bond (FCCB) issue

-Enters into two foreign currency facility agreements pursuant to which the Company was required to create security over certain of its assets by certain specified times after the respective dates of the Facilities

-Life Insurance Corporation of India has informed that they have acquired 55,00,000 equity shares of Reliance Energy Limited.

-Reliance Power Ventures Limited acquires 91,95,622 shares representing 4.99% of voting rights of Reliance Energy Limited via preferential allotment and the date of acquisition is April 03, 2004.

-Reliance Energy, Govt of UP and Reliance sign the State Support Agreement

-Reliance wins Koldam project over Essar

-Reliance join hands with Temasek to establish first power VF

- launches multilingual power bills on September 16, 2004


-Dahanu of REL's bags CII's National Award of Excellence 2005


-Reliance Energy join hands with Bajaj for CFL bulbs
-The Company along with its consortium on November 07, 2006 signed Contract with Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas (MoPNG) for exploration and production of four Coal Bed Methane (CBM) blocks.


-Reliance Energy Ltd has appointed Shri. Lalit Jalan as Whole-time Director on the Board.

-CRISIL has reaffirmed its outstanding ratings of 'AAA/Stable/P1+' on Reliance Energy Ltd's (Reliance Energy's) debt programmes.

-Reliance Energy Ltd bagged an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract from Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) to set up the 2 x 600 MW coal based power station at Raghunathpur in West Bengal.


- Reliance Infrastructure has bagged the contract for four-laning of the Gurgoan-Faridabad road and along with this the upgradation of the Ballabgarh-Sohana road on a build-operate and transfer (BOT) basis. This project involves the construction of 66 km of road on high density traffic zone and the project is expected to be completed in two years from the date of commencement with a concession period of 17 years.

-Company name has been changed from Reliance Energy Ltd to Reliance Infrastructure Ltd.

-Reliance Infra's Dahanu Thermal Power Station bags award


-Reliance Infra to enter into cement sector

-Reliance Infra agrees to pay marketing margin to RIL

-RInfra gets Kandla-Mundra road project in Gujarat

-Reliance Infrastructure Wins Rs 11,000 cr Mumbai Metro-II Project

-RInfra wins Jaipur-Reengus Road Project from NHAI


- The Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group (ADAG) firm Reliance Infrastructure (R-Infra) has inked an agreement with NHAI for developing the Rs 3,000 crore Delhi-Agra highway project.
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