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Wednesday, 3 April 2013

Rare photos of Mukesh and Anil Ambani

Billionaire Ambani brothers  have entered into a first business tie-up since ending a long-running feud three years ago.

Here are rare images that capture some of important moments from their lives over the past decade.

Mukesh Ambani (L) is comforted by his younger brother Anil Ambani (R) on the funeral cortege carrying the body of their father Dhirubhai Ambani, founder and chairman of India's largest private sector company Reliance Industries, to the Chandanwadi crematorium in Bombay, 07 July 2002. Ambani died late 06 July at the the Breach Candy hospital where he was adimitted 24 June after he suffered a stroke.

Mukesh (L) and Anil (R) Ambani carry the body of their father Dhirubhai Ambani, founder and chairman of India's largest private sector company, Reliance Industries, to the Chandanwadi crematorium in Bombay, 07 July 2002. Ambani died late 06 July 2002 at the Breach Candy hospital where he was adimitted 24 June after suffering a stroke.

(from L to R) Kokilaben Ambani, Mukes Ambani, Indian Minister for Information and Technology Pramod Mahajan and Anil Ambani pose with a giant postage stamp depicting late founder of Reliance Industries Dhirubhai Ambani in Bombay, 28 December 2002. The stamp was released on the occasion of Dhirubhai Ambani's birthday.

Industralist Anil Ambani (R) offers his condolences to Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan (C) and his son Abishek Bachchan (L) during the funeral of Amitabh's father Harivanshrai Bachchan in Bombay, 19 January 2003. Harivanshrai, 96, died overnight after a prolonged illness.

India's Shiv Sena party Chief Bal Thackeray (R) speaks to actor Amithab Bachchan (L) while Chairman of Reliance Industry Mukesh Ambani (C) looks on at the inauguration of Thakeray's son Udhav's aerial photographic exibition on the 'Forts of Maharashtra' at the Jahangir Art gallery in Bombay, 19 January 2004. Udhav has a collection of 4000 aerial pictures of 28 forts of the Indian state of Maharashtra of which few have been showcased.

India's largest private sector group Reliance Industries Ltd Vice Chairman and Managing Director Anil Ambani gestures as he announces the company's results of the year in Bombay, 29 April 2004. India's biggest petrochemicals producer, Reliance Industries, posted a 26 percent rise in full year net profit to 51.60 billion rupees (1.16 billion dollars), helped by surging fuel and chemical prices.

Anil Ambani, head of India's largest private sector company Reliance Industries, runs from his home to a polling stating to be one of the first to cast his vote when polling stations opened at 7:00 am (0130 GMT) in Bombay, 26 April 2004. Ambani, a marathon runner, jogged to and from the polling station in southern Bombay as the third phase of India's general elections, the world's largest democratic exercise, got under way with more than 172 million people eligible to vote for 1,278 candidates in 137 constituencies

Indian Information Technology and Communication Minister Dayanidhi Maran (R) works on a computer as Member of Parliament (MP) and Vice-Chairman of the telecommunications and petroleum Reliance group Anil Ambani (L) looks on, at the Communication Ministry in New Delhi, 06 August 2004. Maran launched 06 August the Indian Global Communications platform website, describing it as "a technological initiative which will encourage new standards of transparency in public life".

Reliance Energy Chairman Anil Ambani gestures as he announces an Indian Rupees one billion (22,988,505 USD) disaster management plan to focus on safety, reliability, backup and standby of network, in Mumbai 02 August 2005. Ambani assured Reliance Energy's 20,000-odd customers in Kurla, Saki Naka and Kalina, Mumbai's worst flood-hit areas, that they would be provided with power in the next 24 to 48 hours with the replacement of some 90 transformers which broke down during the unprecedented rains in Mumbai last week.

Chairman of Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group, Anil Ambani (L) chats with Indian Minister of Communications and IT Dayanidhi Maran (R) at the launch of the FALCON Submarine Cable system in New Delhi, 05 September 2006. Reliance Communications owned Falcon with its undersea cable connecting five Middle East countries as well as Sudan and Egypt, announced commercial operation of the cable after Union IT and Communications Minister Dayanidhi Maran made the first call, unleashing international bandwidth between India, Middle East and Europe. The 2.56 terabit FALCON submarine cable system will connect 11 countries on its entire length of 11,859 km from Mumbai to Egypt.

Indian actors Abhishek Bachchan (2R) and Aishwarya Rai (C/R) are watched by Amitabh Bachchan (C) and industrialist Anil Ambani (R) as they take prasad (blessed food) from priests during a visit to The Lord Venkatesh Wara Temple at Tirupati,some 550 kms south of Hyderabad,22 April 2007. Bollywood stars Aishwarya Rai and Abhishek Bachchan began life as "Mr and Mrs Bachchan" 21 April, after three days of wedding celebrations for Indian cinema's ultimate power couple.

Chairman of India's Reliance Power Anil Ambani sounds a gong at a ceremony to mark the listing of the company at The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) in Mumbai on February 11, 2008. Reliance Power, which managed a record initial share offer last month, fell as much as 13.5 percent in its debut on Indian bourses on concern about the global economic outlook. After a brief gain to 599 Indian Rupees (USD 15.08), it quickly fell to as low as 389 Indian Rupees (USD 9.80) on the exchange. Reliance Power aims to build a dozen major power plants in the next decade in India and had snapped up 2.9 billion USD in an eagerly subscribed initial share sale in January 2008, priced at 450 Indian Rupees (11.54 dollars).

FILES) In this picture taken August 3, 2005, Chairman of Reliance Industries Limited Mukesh Ambani (L) is accompanied by his mother Kokilaben as he arrives at the company's 31st Annual General Meeting in Mumbai. An Indian judge has told India's Ambani brothers to get their mother to settle their latest fight over natural gas supplies, telling them it is in the "national interest," a report said on August 22, 2008. The two brothers, listed by Forbes magazine as among the world's six richest men, have been at odds since 2005 over a supply agreement from the Krishna Godavari basin off India's east coast.

In this handout picture provided by the US State Department, US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton (C) meets with Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata (L) and Reliance Industries Chairman and Managing Director Mukesh Ambani along with other prominent Indian business leaders at the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in Mumbai on July 18, 2009. Clinton arrived in India hoping to deepen strategic ties with an emerging player on the world stage in security, trade, arms control and climate change. Her first stop in the country's financial and entertainment capital Mumbai, includes meetings with key business leaders, educational professionals and a women's group, as well as leading Bollywood actor Aamir Khan. In her maiden trip to the South Asian nation as Washington's chief diplomat, Clinton will also pay tribute to the 166 people who died in last year's Islamist militant attacks on the city.

Indian industrialist and Chairman of ADAG (Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group) Anil Ambani smiles during the annual general meeting of Reliance Power in Mumbai on September 4, 2012. Reliance Power, controlled by billionaire Anil Ambani, said that it started production at two coal mines in central India, ahead of schedule, which sent its shares up two percent. Coal from the Sasan mines will be used to generate electricity at the firm's 3,960-megawatt power project in the same region, a company statement said.

Anil Ambani, the managing director of Reliance Industries, addressing a press conference at the Oberoi Hotel in south Bombay to announce the company's 1997-98 financial results 27 April. Reliance saw a 25-percent increase in net profit to 424 million dollars.

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