Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) Current Affairs - 2020

Qualcomm becomes 12th Foreign Investor in Jio Platforms in Last Three Months

The United States-based Multinational Corporation-Qualcomm has informed on 12th July 2020 that it has invested Rs 730 crore in Reliance Industries’ subsidiary company- Jio Platforms. Rs 730 crore of investment will translate to 0.15 percent of an equity stake for Qualcomm in Jio Platforms. In a matter of 12 weeks since 22nd April 2020, this Read More…

World’s First Reusable PPE Kits with Triple Viral Shield Technology launched

Indian Manufacturing Company- Loyal Textile Mills on 9th July 2020 launched the first of its kind in the world- reusable PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) Kits. Along with reusable PPE kits, reusable garments and face masks with zero virus penetration were also unveiled by Loyal Textile Mills. The reusable masks, garments, and PPE Kits was launched Read More…

Intel Capital Invests Rs 1894.50 crore in Jio Platforms

United States-based Intel Corporation’s investment arm Intel Capital will invest Rs 1,894.50 crores in Reliance Industries Limited’s (RIL’s) subsidiary company Jio Platform. The announcement was made by Reliance Industries Limited on 3rd July 2020. With this investment, equity value in Jio Platforms rose to Rs 4.91 lakh crore, while Rs 5.16 lakh crore its enterprise Read More…

Reliance JioTV & Haryana Government Signs Agreement to benefit 5.2 Million School Children

On 23rd June 2020, the Education Minister of Haryana has announced that the Haryana State Government has signed an agreement under the Chief Minister’s Distance Learning Programme with Reliance Industries Limited’s subsidiary company Jio. The agreement signed is to provide education to school children in the rural areas of the state. Schools across the state Read More…

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RIL becomes first Indian Company to be valued at USD 150 Billion

In rupee term, Mumbai based Indian Multinational conglomerate company, Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) on 19th June 2020 was valued at USD 150 billion following a rise in the share market, this also made RIL the first-ever Indian company to achieve a market value of above Rs 11 lakh crore. The positive growth in the shares Read More…