Coal India had raised Rs 15,000 crore in its own IPO in 2010, the previous biggest issue.
Coal India is one of the bluest of blue chip PSUs.
Tata Motors is the country's top automaker by revenues.
The government has okayed plans to cut its 58 per cent holding in SBI to 52 per cent.
It may encash Rs 570 crore in the offer for sale.
The company is locked in a battle for control of Mangalore Chemicals.
The realtor recently raised funding from Motilal Oswal PE.
This marks its first fundraising event since IPO.
Last year Temasek bought a stake in the firm.
NMDC is the country's largest iron ore miner.
CPPIB manages over $200 billion in assets globally.
This could be first IPO-led exit activity for the PE firm in India.
The regulator has sought comments on the draft proposal by January 30.
It was particularly shunned by retail investors even after a cut in offer price.
Bulk of the issue is reserved for retail investors who have subscribed just a sixth of their portion.
Formerly known as Zee News, it broadcasts 10 news channels.
The company is into the business of importing, manufacturing and marketing of edible oils in India.
The issue will be managed by UBS Securities and Deutsche Equities.
The issue comprises an offer for sale by its promoters.
Bulk of the IPO proceeds would be utilised to repay debt.
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Sigh! 32 Million of tax payer's money...
no doubt now that india is going to fail in entrepreneurship also