Saddled with debt and uncertainty over one of its biggest plants Mundra, Tata Power has not had a good year. In fact, N Chandrasekaran, chairman, Tata Power was bombarded with questions over the twin problem at the annual general meeting in June this year. He reassured investors that the management is working on reducing debt, 35% of which is attributed to Mundra alone.
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