Indian tycoon Anil Ambani in court for telecom trial
NEW DELHI (AFP) - One of India's richest men, Mr Anil Ambani, appeared in court on Thursday to answer questions about his company's role in the allegedly fraudulent allocation of telecom licences in 2008.
The tycoon, who heads the Reliance ADA Group, lost a legal bid to postpone his appearance and answered questions from the witness stand.
Three of his Reliance Telecom executives have been charged in the case, one of the biggest corruption scandals in India's history, but he was called as a prosecution witness.
Asked about various meetings and links between his company and others accused of wrongdoing, he replied frequently that he did "not recall" or "was not aware".