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Govt nominee on ICI board quits

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NEW DELHi, July 15

MR Suresh Chandra, a Government nominee on the ICI India board, has resigned and ceased to be a director of the company from July 5.

The Government nominee's resignation from the board has been communicated to the National Stock Exchange (NSE) by the company.

The Government holds 9.2 per cent stake in ICI India Ltd.

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