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IndusInd Bank Q2 Results: Net profit rises 57% YoY to ₹1,805 crore

IndusInd Bank reported a 57.3% YoY increase in net profit to ₹1,805.2 crore for the quarter ended Sept (Q2 FY23). The net interest income (NII) grew 18% YoY to ₹4,302 crore during the same period. [NII is the difference between the interest income a bank received on loans and the interest it pays depositors.] The gross non-performing assets ratio (GNPA) improved to 2.11% in Q2, compared to 2.35% in Q1. Provisions fell 33% YoY to ₹1,141 crore in Q2 FY23.

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BEL signs MoU with Triton to manufacture hydrogen fuel cells

Bharat Electronics Ltd has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with US-based Triton Electric Vehicle (TEV) to manufacture of hydrogen fuel cells. BEL will manufacture the cells using the technology transfer from TEV. This would also help to meet the requirements of the Indian market and mutually agreed-upon export markets.

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Nestle India Q3 Results: Net profit rises 8% YoY to ₹668 crore

Nestle India Ltd reported an 8.3% YoY increase in net profit to ₹668.34 crore for the quarter ended Sept (Q3 CY22). The FMCG company follows the January-December financial year cycle. Its revenue from operations rose 18.24% YoY to ₹4,591 crore during the same period. E-commerce contributed 7.2% to the quarterly sales. Nestle India’s board has declared an interim dividend of ₹120 per share.

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Bharat Forge, General Atomics to develop Li-Ion battery system

Bharat Forge Ltd has signed an agreement with US-based technology major General Atomics to collaborate and develop a Lithium-Ion battery system for the Indian Navy. The two entities have also agreed to partner in the area of permanent magnet motors. The pact was signed on the sidelines of the DefExpo in Gandhinagar, Gujarat. 

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UltraTech Cement Q2 Results: Net profit falls 42% YoY to ₹758 crore

UltraTech Cement reported a 42% YoY decline in consolidated net profit to ₹758.7 crore for the quarter ended Sept (Q2 FY23). Its revenue from operations rose 15.61% YoY to ₹13,892.69 crore during the same period. The cement manufacturer’s total expenses stood at ₹12,934.27 crore in Q2, up 26.68% YoY. Total sales volume rose 7% YoY to 23.10 million metric tonnes (MMT).

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REC, PFC to provide ₹8,520 crore finance for 1,320 MW thermal power plant at Buxar

State-owned REC Ltd and Power Finance Corporation (PFC) have signed a pact to provide ₹8,520.92 crore to SJVN Thermal Pvt Ltd to set up a 1,320 megawatts (MW) thermal power plant at Buxar (UP). The total estimated project cost is ₹12,172.74 crore, with a debt requirement of ₹8,520.92 crore. REC and PFC will finance the total debt requirement.

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INOX Leisure Q2 Results: Net loss at ₹40 crore

INOX Leisure Ltd reported a consolidated net loss of ₹40.37 crore for the quarter ended Sept (Q2 FY23). The multiplex operator posted a net loss of ₹87.66 crore in Q2 FY22. Its revenue from operations jumped 688% YoY to ₹374.12 crore in Q2 FY23. Total expenses stood at ₹434.24 crore in Q2, up 155% YoY. The company plans to add 11 properties and 47 screens in the current financial year (FY23).

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Reliance Retail partners with 50+ traditional sweets makers

Reliance Retail Ventures Ltd has entered distribution partnerships with over 50 regional sweets makers across India to distribute, mass produce, modernise packaging, and develop traditional Indian sweets with extended shelf life. These packaged mithais will be placed at all Reliance grocery stores such as Smart Bazaar, Smart, and other grocery formats. It will also be available on Reliance Retail's e-commerce platform JioMart.

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Havells India Q2 Results: Net profit falls 38% YoY to ₹187 crore

Havells India reported a 38% YoY decline in net profit to ₹187 crore for the quarter ended Sept (Q2 FY23). Its revenue from operations rose 14% YoY to ₹3,679 crore during the same period. The company’s revenue from its cable business rose 18.8% YoY to ₹1,359 crore in Q2. EBITDA stood at ₹286 crore, down 36% YoY

MakeMyTrip, Goibibo, OYO fined ₹392 crore by CCI for unfair business practices

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) had slapped penalties totaling ₹392 crore on online travel firms MakeMyTrip-Goibibo (MMT-Go) and hospitality services provider OYO for unfair business practices. It was alleged that MMT-Go imposed a price parity in their agreements with hotel partners.

Under such pacts, hotel partners are not allowed to sell their rooms on any other platform or on their own online portal at a price below the price at which it is being offered on the two entities' platforms.

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