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Mezzanine Floor, Please

Lease in limbo, will the Taj Mahal hotel in Delhi change hands from the Tatas?

Mezzanine Floor, Please
Sanjay Rawat
Mezzanine Floor, Please
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Who Will Blink First?
The Taj Mansingh case players

Rajnath Singh, MHA
UPA was pushing for auction without first right of refusal to the Tatas. The Modi government has been quiet, but is seen to be pro-business (read Tatas) on the issue. Its decision is expected by year end.

Jalaj Shrivastava, NDMC
Taj is the civic agency’s biggest revenue contributor and it wants to get the maximum value from it. Suggested auction with first right to Tatas, but has to follow parent ministry’s (MHA) diktat.

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