K Malhotra gets additional charge of IOC chairman

June 2014
Chemical Business;Jun2014, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p64
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The article announces that R. K. Malhotra, who was heading Indian Oil Corp. Ltd.'s research and development division, has been entrusted with additional charge as chairman of the company.


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