Despite coronavirus, L&T wins record orders in December quarter
Consolidated net profit increased 5% from a year earlier to 2,467 crore in the quarter ended December 31. Revenue declined 2% to 35,596 crore.
L&T Q3 results: Net profit rises 5% to Rs 2,467 crore, beats estimates; order book soars 76%
Revenue from operations decreased 1.78 per cent ...
L&T Q3 preview: Profit likely to fall up to 24%, order book seen remaining strong
Brokerage Edelweiss expects the engineering and constructio...
Allahabad High Court dismissed petition by developer against order of UP RERA
The Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) of Uttar Pradesh) had passed an order asking the realtor to refund amount paid by the homebuyer along with the interest as it could not give the possession of the booked flat.
Gold off 2-week high as investors book profits
Spot gold fell 0.1% to $1,868.20 per ounce by 0110 GMT, after hitting its highest since Jan. 8 at $1,871.75 earlier in the session. Bullion had gained 1.7% on Wednesday.
TMC seeks release of defence ministry book on Azad Hind Fauj
TMC MP Sukhendu Sekhar Roy, during a press meet here, said the book, edited by historian P C Gupta, is still awaiting release, as both the UPA and the NDA governments at the Centre did not take any initiative to get it published.
Sales went down but books survived in 2020
With zero sales for almost three months, many had to trim their publishing list drastically. However, publishers adapted and actively looked for trends to cater to the subjects their readers would find useful and engaging. New and innovative ways of marketing and selling books also became a part of the year gone by which saw people reading more.
CBI books DARE scientist, US firm for irregularities in procurement of radar components
CBI has named AKON Inc based in California in the US in its FIR for allegedly sending incomplete equipment even after receiving payments for 35 VCO-based RF Generator used in radar-based electronic warfare for USD one million (Rs 7.3 crore)
Lawyer to challenge anti-conversion law in Uttarakhand after couple booked
The police had on Tuesday registered an FIR (first information report) against four people including the couple and the priest who presided over their marriage at Patel Nagar police station in Dehradun, alleging that the woman had converted to Islam without following provisions of the Act.
Prohibitory orders in Bengaluru for 12 hours on New Year
Police commissioner Kamal Pant issued an order on Monday, announcing a prohibitory order that will be in force from 6 pm on December 31 to 6 am on January 1.
About 50% companies saw their order book improve, 40% saw exports improve: FICCI-Dhruva research
Even as most companies continue to struggle as their supply chains continue to get disrupted due to Covid pandemic, glimpses of hope were seen for some companies, a survey has found.
D-Street is pleasantly surprised by Eicher
Eicher shares have outperformed the BSE Auto Index by 17 per cent in the past three months, and the trend is likely to sustain if the maker of the iconic Bullet-brand motorcycles is able to demonstrate incremental volumes from new products as well as from it expanding retail footprint.
RITES Q2 results: Consolidated profit down 44% at Rs 132 cr
Total revenue during the quarter under review declined to Rs 499.66 crore as against Rs 887.85 crore in the year-ago period.
IDFC First Bank logs strong September quarter, expects restructuring at 4% of loan book
IDFC First Bank is factoring in total restructuring of about 4% of its loan book of Rs 1.06 lakh crore under the Covid-19 recast window, chief executive V Vaidyanathan told ET.
India's top court orders airlines to refund bookings during coronavirus lockdown
The lockdown, imposed on March 25, banned domestic and international travel, closed factories, schools, offices and all shops other than those supplying essential services. It caused extensive economic disruption and measures were eased from May as the virus was still spreading.