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Reliance Communications witnessing top-level exits

india Updated: Feb 10, 2007 01:05 IST
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Reliance Communications, Anil Dhirubhai Ambani group company, is witnessing top-level exits.

BD Khurana, the president, (global business) Reliance Communications, has resigned after a long stint with the reliance group.

Speaking to HT, Khurana confirmed that he had put in his papers. "Yes, I resigned from Reliance. It is nothing but just due to personal reasons. I will be here for a couple of weeks and will decide on my future plans at a later stage," he said. Prior to Reliance, Khurana was the President (Networks) with Bharti Televentures. Khurana had worked with Punjab Wireless Systems as CEO and as a director of DSC communications.

Khurana, who was the group president of the erstwhile Reliance Infocomm is a member on boards of RCL and its undersea cable venture, FLAG telecom. FLAG is now embroiled in a battle over landing rights with the Tata group-controlled VSNL.

BDK, as he is popularly known, was with the company starting from the Mukesh Ambani days, when Reliance decided to roll out the nationwide cable network and planned to launch cellular services that made India's mobile telephony cost effective and cheaper.

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