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BPCL dividend

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NEW DELHI: Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) has paid a dividend of Rs 218.46 crore for fiscal 2001-02 to the Government, which holds 66.20 per cent equity in the company.

According to an official release, the company had declared a dividend of 110 per cent for fiscal 2001-02. The cheque was presented by the BPCL Chairman and Managing Director, Mr S. Behuria, to the Union Petroleum Minister, Mr Ram Naik.

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