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Maruti Suzuki Q1 Results: Net profit jumps 2.5x to ₹2,485 crore

Maruti Suzuki India reported a 2.5x YoY jump in consolidated net profit to ₹2,485 crore for the quarter ended June (Q1 FY24). Its revenue from operations rose 22% YoY to ₹32,327 crore during the same period. The automaker sold 498,030 units during the quarter, registering a growth of 6.4% YoY.

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SAIL awards ₹30,483 crore mine development project to Power Mech

Power Mech Projects has secured a mine development and operation (MDO) project of ₹30,438 crore by state-owned steel maker SAIL. The duration of the contract is 28 years, which includes two years of development period. The contract will primarily comprise mine infrastructure development, removal of overburden and extraction of coking coal, crushing, transportation, and setting up of coal washery of 3.5 MTPA capacity.

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UPL Q1 Results: Net profit falls 81% to ₹166 crore

UPL Limited reported an 81% YoY decline in consolidated net profit to ₹166 crores for the quarter ended June (Q1 FY24). Its revenue from operations fell 17% YoY to ₹8,963 crore during the same period. UPL has significantly cut its earnings guidance for FY24. The company now sees revenue growing 1-5% in FY24, compared to 6-10% earlier.

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Nirma closes in on Glenmark's API subsidiary

The Nirma Group is the frontrunner to acquire Glenmark Life Sciences (GLS), an 82.84% subsidiary of Glenmark Pharmaceuticals. The conglomerate emerged as the sole bidder late last week. Nirma is using healthcare subsidiary Aculife Healthcare as the likely vehicle for the acquisition. GLS is a leading active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) platform.

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Adani Green Q1 Results: Net profit rises 51% YoY to ₹323 crore

Adani Green Energy Ltd reported a 51% YoY increase in consolidated net profit to ₹166 crores for the quarter ended June (Q1 FY24). Its revenue from operations rose 33% YoY to ₹2,176 crore during the same period. Revenue from power supply was up 55% YoY to ₹2,059 crore in Q1. The sale of energy has increased by 70% YoY to 6,023 million units.

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DGCA renews Jet Airways flying permit

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has renewed Jet Airways’ flying permit till September as the fate of the airline still remains uncertain. The company’s air operator’s certificate (AOC) lapsed after it shut operations in April 2019. The airline has been undergoing insolvency proceedings in India’s bankruptcy court (NCLT).

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GAIL Q1 Results: Net profit falls 51% YoY to ₹1,412 crore

GAIL (India) Ltd reported a 51.5% YoY decline in net profit to ₹1,412 crores for the quarter ended June (Q1 FY24). Its revenue from operations fell 14% YoY to ₹32,227.47 crore during the same period. The company’s board has approved a proposal to increase the cost of its new petrochemical plant in the Raigad district of Maharashtra from ₹7,823 crore to ₹11,256 crore.

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Laxmi Organic board approves ₹710 crore capex to set up manufacturing site

Laxmi Organic Industries Ltd’s board has approved a capital expenditure of ₹710 crore for setting up a manufacturing site in Dahej, Gujarat. The proposed capacity addition of the site in Dahej will be more than 1 lakh tonnes every year. The first phase of the product portfolio at this new site will include speciality items like Diketene and Ketene derivatives.

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Vi partners with TSSC to launch IoT Centre of Excellence

Vodafone Idea Foundation has partnered with the Telecom Sector Skill Council (TSSC) to launch the IoT Centre of Excellence at Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women (IGDTUW) in Delhi. The centre will provide hands-on training in new age and emerging technologies such as 5G, artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML), IoT (internet of things), security, and surveillance to build a skilled workforce for the future.

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India's core sector growth output at 5-month high of 8.2% in June

Growth of eight key infrastructure sectors slowed down to 8.2% YoY in June 2023 due to a decline in the production of crude oil, natural gas, and electricity, as against 5% in May. The coal sector saw a growth of 9.8% YoY in June after growing 32.1% in the same month a year ago. Natural gas grew 3.6% YoY, while crude oil saw a dip of 0.6% YoY.

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