Vedanta Resources was founded in Bombay in 1976 by Anil Agarwal, who is also its Executive Chairman. Agarwal founded Sterlite Industries in 1976 and then in 1986 established Vedanta Resources bringing together a variety of businesses owned by the Agarwal family. It was first listed on the London Stock Exchange in 2003 when it raised $876 million through an Initial Public Offering.In December 2011 it announced the US$8.67 billion acquisition of Cairn India, a subsidiary of Cairn Energy.
Project Nandghar Vedanta Resources plc in association with Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India, has conceptualized hitech Aanganwadi to promote contemporary education for children and skill development for women in rural India. The units are being executed using MAADConcrewall technology. The ubits are #ThermoInsulated #EarthquakeResistant #BlastProof
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Vedanta Resources, one of the world’s largest diversified mining and energy group, said that the power supply at its copper mines in Zambia would be cut up to 30 percent. Vedanta was in talks with Copperbelt Energy Corporation, a Zambian electricity generation, transmission, distribution and Supply Company, and the Zambian government over the timings and consequences of the power cuts.... Read More
MAADCONCREWALL stall at OneStop Hospitality event at Hotel Sahara Star, Mumbai. MAADCONCREWALL is the technical arm of MAAD Constructions Company Pvt Ltd, a MAAD Group company. MAADCONCREWALL is executing the prestigious Project Nandghar for Vedanta Resources Plc, which aims to provide hitech education to children and skill development to women in rural India. MAAD Constructions Company pvt ltd, is a part of MAAD Group.
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Vedanta to invest up to $2.9 billion over three years in key India plants -02 Dec,2016 :->Vedanta Resources Plc plans to invest as much as 200 billion rupees ($2.9 billion) over three years to expand its alumina and aluminium producing capacity in Odisha, its chairman Anil Agarwal said.