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Cameramen standing outside Sea Wind, the Ambanis' 18-storeyed residence at Cuffe Parade in South Mumbai, on Monday. - Shashi Ashiwal

Mumbai, Nov 22

MEDIAPERSONS were seen in large numbers waiting outside Sea Wind, the Ambani residence in south Mumbai, from the early hours of Monday morning.

It had been reported that the Ambani family, including the two sisters, would be meeting on Monday to sort out the "ownership issues." To the disappointment of the scribes-in-waiting, there was no sign of any such activity for the several hours that they spent lingering outside the gates of the building.

Later, according to group sources, it turned out that neither of the two sisters was in the city.

They said the meeting was a creation of the media and hence there was no question of clarifying whether it took place or not.

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