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Coal India to spend ₹16,500-18,000 crore over five years

Coal India Ltd expects to spend ₹16,500 - ₹18,000 crore over the next five years as capital expenditure. For FY25, the company has announced a production target of 850 MT, which is 9% higher than the current year's target. To support the increase in volumes, Coal India said that it is working on developing sufficient rail infrastructure for the same.

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Welspun Corp arm Sintex to set up ₹479 crore manufacturing unit

Welspun Corp Ltd’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Sintex BAPL, has received approval from the Odisha government for its proposal to invest ₹479.47 crore to establish a manufacturing unit. The unit will produce CPVC, UPVC, SWR, agri pipes, PVC fittings, and plastic tanks, boasting an annual capacity of 37,520 tonnes. The company plans to set up the proposed facility in Sambalpur, Odisha.

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SBI's unsecured lending to see moderation after RBI's tightening

SBI Chairman Dinesh Kumar Khara announced that there will be "moderation" in the bank's unsecured lending portfolio following the Reserve Bank of India's tightening of norms. He said the impact of higher risk weights will have a 0.02-0.03% impact on its net interest margins in the December quarter (Q3), but a better picture will emerge in the next quarter.

Earlier this month, the RBI increased risk weights on unsecured lending for banks and non-banking financial companies (NBFCs).

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Nazara Tech says there will be new gaming IPs in the next six months

Nazara Technologies is looking at more acquisitions to improve its gaming and e-sports business, which together contributed over 86% of its total revenue as of the financial year ending March 2023. The company has built a strong pipeline, especially in core gaming studio intellectual properties (IPs), eSports space, and a little in ad-tech. 

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Bharti Airtel begins IPO process for its subsidiary Bharti Hexacom

According to a CNBC-TV18 report, Bharti Airtel Ltd has begun the process of making its subsidiary Bharti Hexacom public. It will be the first IPO from the Bharti Group after over a decade. Bharti Hexacom's valuation is likely to be estimated at ₹20,000 crore, and the listing process is likely to be completed by early 2024.

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CG Power seeks approval to set up semiconductor assembly unit

CG Power and Industrial Solutions Ltd has filed an application with the Central government to set up an Outsourced Semiconductor Assembly and Test facility (OSAT). The estimated investment in the project over five years is $791 million (approximately ₹6,592 crore). The funding for the project is expected to be through a combination of subsidy, joint venture (JV) partners, equity contribution and debt.

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Aurobindo Pharma’s unit gets USFDA nod for Ryzenuta injection

Aurobindo Pharma’s subsidiary, Acrotech Biopharma, and Evive Biotech received approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) for Ryzenuta injection. The injection is used to treat chemotherapy-induced neutropenia (an abnormally low count of a type of white blood cell). The approval was based on the results of the two pivotal Phase 3 studies completed in the United States and Europe. 

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IndusInd Bank promoters deny report of raising funds via share pledge

IndusInd Bank's promoters have denied claims of raising funds by pledging their stake in the bank. The bank denied the information in a Business Standard article titled "Hindujas raise ₹8000 crores by pledging IndusInd stake". The lender labelled the article as "malicious and factually incorrect." IndusInd Bank emphasised that information regarding the pledge of a listed entity is readily available in the public domain and can be verified through official channels.

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GMR Power and Urban Infra buys Malaysian partner's stake in power subsidiary

GMR Power and Urban Infra Ltd has acquired its joint venture (JV) partner’s 29.14% stake in GMR Energy Ltd (GEL) for $28.5 million (approx. ₹237.37 crore). The company has acquired 105.11 crore equity shares, representing a 29.14% stake, in GEL from Power and Energy International (Mauritius) Ltd. Following the stake purchase, the group’s shareholding in GEL has increased from 57.76% to 86.90%

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Servotech Power Systems bags order for 2,649 EV chargers from Bharat Petroleum

Servotech Power Systems has secured an order for 2,649 electric vehicle (EV) charges from Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL). However, the company did not disclose the value of the order in its statement. The company will manufacture, supply and install 2,649 AC EV Chargers strategically across India, equipping petrol pumps in major Indian cities under the BPCL E-drive Project.

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