Tatva Legal advised the Bangalore Elevated Tollway and NCC Infrastructure Holdings on the Rs 750 crore sale of stake in the tollway to India Infrastructure Fund II which was advised by Trilegal.

Tatva Hyderabad partner Ekta Bahl and manager Pratyush Singh acted for the Tollway and NCC

Trilegal Delhi partners Yogesh Singh and Saurabh Bhasin, counsel Ravi Mahto, senior associates Amar Narula and Tanya Mehta and associate Astha Srivastava acted for the fund.

NCC and Soma hold 38 per cent stake each in BETL, while Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services holds 24 per cent, according to Mint.

Alpha Partners advised online grocery service Mera Grocer on its acquisition by the hypermarket chain Spencer’s Retail which was advised by Khaitan & Co.

Alpha Delhi partner Akshat Pande acted for the Omnipresent Retail-owned Mera Grocer which currently operates in Gurgaon and some Delhi neighbourhoods.

Khaitan Mumbai partner Ashish Razdan, executive director Daksha Baxi, senior associates Alok Sonker, Shabnam Shaikh and Surajkumar Shetty, principal associate Shailendra Bhandare and associates Sunayana Bose, Abir Sarkar and Alisha Ganjawala acted for the RP-Sanjiv Goenka Group-owned multi-format retailer Spencer’s Retail.

Mera Grocer earns only Rs 5 crore in annual revenue but Spencer’s bought it less for its size and more for its robust information technology platform, reported Mint.

Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas advised Red Fort India Real Estate on its Rs 600 crore ($89m) exit from Exora Business Parks, selling its stake to Valdel Extent Outsourcing Solutions which was advised by Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas. CAM also advised Exora and the promoter Prestige Estate Projects

SAM Delhi partners Jatin Aneja and VR Neelakantan, principal associate Siddhartha Sen and senior associate Varun Nair acted for Red Fort India is a fund managed by Red Fort Capital.

CAM Bangalore partner Nagavalli Gopalakrishna acted for Valdel, Exora and Prestige.

Prestige Estates, through its subsidiary Valdel, bought 62.54 per cent of Red Fort’s stake in the special purpose vehicle (SPV) Exora that owns the villa project Silver Oak, reported the Times of India adding that Rs 250 crore worth residential stock was also part of the buyout.

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