Aditya Birla PE entered the company as a pre-IPO investor last August.
It received shareholders' approval last year to raise up to Rs 850 crore through QIP.
It plans to use the money to repay debt.
Blackstone is looking to sell under one-fifth of its stake in the firm.
The firm raised under $12 million from a clutch of mutual funds as anchor investors.
Syngene was valued at Rs 3,800 crore last year when IVFA invested in the firm.
It is also backed by WestBridge Capital.
Gaja Capital, which was to part-exit in IPO, may invest more in the firm.
New Silk Route is part-exiting in the issue.
Bulk of the money will go to repay debt.
New Silk Route is looking to part exit in the issue.
It is backed by US-listed blank cheque firm, besides Sanlam and BCCL.
The over Rs 1,000-crore IPO was subscribed over 18 times.
SEBI has invited public comments on the proposed changes by April 18.
Videocon d2h has withdrawn its DRHP after listing on NASDAQ.
The firm is backed by ICICI Venture and Jacob Ballas.
Rabo India PE had invested in September 2012.
The company seeks to expand manufacturing capacity and meet working capital requirements.
It is backed by AIF Capital and Siguler Guff, among others.
Startups should be primarily focussed on generating cash. Valuation will follow.
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