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Dear all,
please suggest me:
I have 800 share of Tata Global and 6000 Share of Maven Bio and 4200 share of Manali Petrochem and 450 share of Mukund Engg. all companies have declared their devident in April / May / June 2011 but i hve not received any divident amount till now...... what i will do to get the same..... as i hve all share in my demat account. Should i call someone in the company to get the same.... pls. suggest further.

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Asked by Brijmohan sharma, 26 Jul '11 11:41 am
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Answered by nishant, 27 Jul '11 02:17 pm

 
  
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Answered by Anoop Nigam, 08 Aug '11 02:12 pm

 
  
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Once when I was at The Wharton School, University of Pennslyvania someone said to me we want to connect you to the Tatas to make you rich; his son attends here. I said no as my divinity is Hindu, and I want to receive my wealth through my dharm, not through some other system. My power thus is not lost. I keep economics separate from these things. I think Tata Motors, held for 20 years or more, is a fine buy. They have introduced the low cost Nano which is sure to be a best seller. They bought some Ford assets and are converting it to US lower cost labor for a profit. As Indians grow in wealth, they will afford more luxury brands as Tata Motors offers. As for dividends, I don't think it is a good idea to buy stocks in India for dividends. One can buy a fixed income ICICI bank deposit for 9-10% annual return. Why buy Indian stocks for dividends.
Source: Tarun Agrawal, W'91, WG'98
Answered by Tarun Agrawal, 07 Aug '11 01:14 am

 
  
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Go to each company's web page and see for investor's page there u find concern persons mail-id . Send them mail, specifying your share certificate details. Before sending your mail, check your bank account for these dividend amounts. This is because, now-a-days, we are getting these shares transfered online.
Answered by Ravi Kumar, 28 Jul '11 05:59 pm

 
  
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You can write to the board
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 27 Jul '11 02:50 pm

 
  
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First of check book closer date of above companies and wait for dividend for 20 days.
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Answered by bm, 27 Jul '11 09:45 am

 
  
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Call and clarify. then u can take ur own decision
Answered by chandni, 26 Jul '11 11:43 am

 
  
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