Non-compliance can lead to monetary penalties, trading suspension.
Bourses will have to ensure public shareholding at 51 per cent.
This will be one of the biggest public market floats by an Indian drugmaker.
It is backed by WestBridge and TA Associates.
Two of the four PE/VC firms’ investment in the company is now underwater.
It is sitting on cash and cash equivalent of over Rs 800 crore.
PremjiInvest, Temasek, IBOF to part-exit in the issue.
PE firm Advent and Singapore's Temasek are to buy a large stake in this unit.
The government currently owns 79.65 per cent stake in Coal India.
First IPO-led liquidity move by Blackstone in India.
It is owned by GAIL and BG Asia Pacific Holdings.
The promoters holds 74.94 per cent of the total share capital of Essar Ports.
The share sale has been in the works for a long time.
It had applied for IPO in June.
It is now the country's 58th largest company by market value.
The proposed issue would see its PE investors part-exit.
This was the second attempt by the firm to go public.
Actis' investment remains underwater.
None of its PE backers – KKR, New Silk Route and Standard Chartered PE – exited in the IPO.
The PE firm had invested in the fragrance maker in 2012.