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Big corporate firms, PSUs, realtors keen on buying Sahara assets

Suitors are aplenty for Sahara group’s 30 domestic properties. The group, which is mired in a legal battle with Sebi, has received more than 250 expressions of interest (EoIs) for the auction of 30 properties across India being conducted by Knight Frank India, sources said.

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