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Jul 18, 2014
Former IPL chief Lalit Modi has a new role at luxury Aman resortsThe resort group immediately named Lalit Kumar Modi, founder and former chief of the Indian Premier League T20 cricket, a member of its advisory board.
Jul 29, 2013
No suitor for Aman Resorts yet: DLF's debt-reduction plan in trouble?Now, a slowing economy and tighter liquidity situation are likely to pull down the price of the property, putting a question mark over the Indian company's ability to meet its debt reduction target.<br /><br />
Dec 21, 2012
Aman ki aasha: For DLF, asset sales are a struggleDLF's sale of non-core assets to cut debt is not really making a difference. Aman Resorts appears to be one more distress sale
Dec 20, 2012
DLF's debt cutting drive does nothing to cheer investorsIf DLF is on the right track towards reducing its debt to Rs 18,500 crore by the end of financial year 2013, why is its stock trading lower on the bourses today?
Dec 19, 2012
DLF signs pact to sell Aman Resorts for over Rs 1,600 crRealty major DLF today said it has signed an agreement to sell luxury hotel chain Aman Resorts to the hospitality property's founder and Chairman Adrian Zecha for about $300 million (over Rs 1,600 crore).
Dec 19, 2012
Aman Resorts sale to help trim debt, not fund launches: DLFWith a debt of around Rs 23,200 crore on its books, India's largest real estate major DLF will use the Rs 1,600 crore proceeds from its stake sale in Aman Resorts to repay a part of the debt.
Dec 07, 2012
DLF likely to sell wind power biz for Rs 700 cr in a weekDLF will sell the wind energy business in Gujarat and Karnataka in phase one to former GE India's head TP Chopra's Bharat Light & Power.
Nov 15, 2012
Some respite: DLF shares up 1% as co on track to cut debtShares of DLF rose 1.4 percent after the company told analysts in a conference call that it is on track to reduce debt to around Rs 15,000 crore.
May 17, 2012
Finally! DLF gets a buyer for Aman ResortsDLF is ready to encash its key hotel asset as it looks to retire rising debt. The sale is expected to fetch the company between Rs 2,000-2,500 crore, which will help it reduce its debt by around Rs 22,758 crore.
Sep 29, 2011
Will Saudi's Warren Buffett rescue DLF's troubled Aman Resorts?Often called Saudi Arabia's Warren Buffett, prince Al Waleed Bin Talal shot into the international investor spotlight when he reaffirmed his faith in a floundering Citibank. He is now interested in India.