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Anil Ambani’s Kids

June 29, 2008 · Filed Under Photo Gallery · 4 Comments 

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Anil Ambani’s wife Tina Ambani with her kids.


Dhirubhai Ambani: The Man I Knew

June 29, 2008 · Filed Under Photo Gallery · Comment 


Kokilaben, 75, the Ambani family matriarch, launched her memoirs paying tribute to her legendary husband on Tuesday at a ceremony that saw her two sons, Anil and Mukesh, share a dais after a very long time. The memoirs have been published in English and Gujarati. The English version is titled Dhirubhai Ambani: The Man I Knew, and the Gujarati edition is named Dhirubhai Ambani: Maara Jeevan Sathi.


Ambani’s featured on TIME cover

June 11, 2008 · Filed Under Photo Gallery · Comment 

Mukesh Ambani, Chairman of Reliance Industries has got the rare honour of becoming India’s first trillionaire - his wealth estimated to be Rupees 1,11,000 crores ($27 Billion).

Anil Ambani wealth is estimated at about Rs 87,000 crore.










Reliance’s Jamnagar petrochemical refinery complex

June 11, 2008 · Filed Under Photo Gallery · 10 Comments 

The integrated petrochemical and refinery complex at Jamnagar was commissioned in the year 2000. A 27 million tonne refinery at Jamnagar accounts for 24 per cent of India’s refining capacity and is the world’s largest grassroots refinery and the 5th largest refinery at any single location.


The Fittest CEO - Anil Ambani

June 11, 2008 · Filed Under Photo Gallery · 3 Comments 

Ambani runs a serious chunk of his family’s empire (Reliance Energy, Reliance Infocomm, and Reliance Capital) — part of India’s largest petrochemical outfit and the country’s second-largest company (behind Indian Oil). But Ambani also goes the distance, running 62.1 miles (100 km) a week. Five days a week, the Indian tycoon runs on an indoor treadmill, and on the sixth day he runs outdoors on a course he plotted from Colaba to Marine Drive and up to Worli — sometimes with his personal car following behind him.


Reliance Group splits, Market cheered!

June 11, 2008 · Filed Under Photo Gallery · Comment 

Split of Reliance group between Mukesh and Anil unlocked value of Reliance companies.














Ambani family with US President Bill Clinton

June 11, 2008 · Filed Under Photo Gallery · 2 Comments 

When he visited India, former US President Bill Clinton spent 45 minutes with the ‘Polyester Prince’. That was the measure of the power of the man.

Dhirubhai and his sons, Mukesh (left) and Anil (right), strike a happy pose with the charismatic Bill Clinton.











Economic Times Award for Corporate Excellence for Lifetime Achievement

June 11, 2008 · Filed Under Photo Gallery · Comment 

Dhirubhai was conferred the Economic Times Award for Corporate Excellence for Lifetime Achievement in August 2001.

Seen in the picture are Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan (extreme left), Finance Minister Yashwant Sinha (third from left), Dhirubhai himself, and Dr Verghese Kurien, Chairman of the Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation.


Wharton School Dean’s Medal to Dhirubhai

June 11, 2008 · Filed Under Photo Gallery · Comment 

On June 16, 1998, Dhirubhai Ambani became first Indian ever to be awarded the Wharton School Dean’s Medal.

Seen in the picture are former defence minister of India Mulayam Singh yadav (from the left), former Indian prime minister H D Deve Gowda, Dhirubhai’s wife Kokilaben, Dhirubhai himself, and Thomas Gerrity, Dean of the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, United States.


Dhirubhai - The Stock Market King

June 11, 2008 · Filed Under Photo Gallery · Comment 

THE AMBANI MAGIC: Reliance Industries was listed in 1977 in one of the largest public stock offerings of its time and its annual shareholders’ meetings were so well attended they had to be held in a football stadium.

And Dhirubhai held his shareholders spellbound, paying high dividends and bonuses at a time when equities were seen as a low-return, risky investment.

This made Dhirubhai Ambani a hero to shareholders. Original investors in the 1977 initial public offering have earned a compounded annual rate of return of 43 per cent.