"Bharti Airtel Ltd, India’s largest telecom service provider, on Monday said that it has acquired a strategic stake in digital publishing platform Juggernaut Books," reported Mint.

Satyajit Sarna & Associates founder Satyajit Sarna acted for Juggernaut.

Airtel general counsel Sameer Chugh and in house lawyer Nityapriya S acted for Airtel.

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Like +0 Object -0 Guest 06 Dec 17, 16:15
I am considering selling my Honda City and buying a Range Rover..
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Like +1 Object -0 Guest 06 Dec 17, 20:27
Make sense man. You are a wise man. Honda se Tata. You are a true Indian. How much are you selling it for? Also bro, yeh OLX site nahin hai.
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Like +0 Object -0 Nagarbhavi ninja 11 Dec 17, 05:45
Do it man for sure will get reported if you are a law schoolite.
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