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Deepak Fert shares tank nearly 8% after earnings

MUMBAI: Shares of Deepak Fertilisers today slumped nearly 8 per cent after the company reported 7 per cent decline in net profit for the quarter ended on June 30. Deepak Fertilisers's scrip ended 7.73 per cent lower at Rs 163.50 on the BSE. During ... Economic Times, 2 hours ago

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Deepak Fertilisers Q1 net drops 7% to Rs 39.85 crore

Deepak Fertilisers today reported 7 per cent decline in net profit to Rs 39.85 crore for the quarter ended on June 30, 2014 as performance was affected by the "abrupt stoppage of gas supply" to its Taloja plant.
 Business Standard4 hours ago Hit by gas supply stoppage, Deepak Fert PAT drops 7% in Q1  Hindu Business Line6 hours ago Deepak Fertilisers Q1 PAT at Rs39.85 crores  India Infoline7 hours ago Deepak Fertilisers slips on weak June quarter results  Smart Investor8 hours ago
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New clinic brings hope for Warwick IVF couples

Hopeful Warwick parents, used to the stress of negative pregnancy tests, may see some financial relief if more fertility treatments are bulk billed. Thinkstock IN WHAT could be great news for hopeful Rose City parents, the first bulk-billing IVF ...
 Surat Basin Online19 hours ago Celebrities Who Got Pregnant Using IVF: Busting the Myths About IVF  International Business Times Australia2 days ago Fertility clinic in Japan uses sperm from kins in IVF  Business Standard3 days ago Japan firm plans to build fertiliser factory  Business Daily Africa1 week ago

Farmers to Get Cheap Fertiliser

NYERI Governor Nderitu Gachagua has said the county government will distribute subsidised fertiliser to farmers from next year. Gachagua, who is the Council of Governors agriculture chairman said the move will ensure all farmers get the fertiliser ...
 AllAfrica.com5 hours ago Counties to import cheap fertiliser  Daily Nation3 days ago Fertiliser overuse causing loss to farmers: Experts  Hindustan Times6 days ago Bees can be more important than fertiliser?  Business Standard1 month ago
Business Standard

Record payment from fertiliser company

Updated 17 minutes ago Fertiliser company Ballance Agri-Nutrients has paid $78.9 million to its farmer shareholders - a record for the company. The distribution combines a rebate averaging nearly $61 per tonne of fertiliser ...
 Radio New Zealand5 hours ago Business: Auditor wants payment to fertiliser firm stopped  East African Standard5 days ago IFFCO pitches for direct fertiliser subsidy payment to farmers  Business Standard4 weeks ago IFFCO pitches for direct fertliser subsidy payment to farmers  Economic Times4 weeks ago

Has Indian agriculture turned the corner?

Inadequate extension services are the main reason why farmers resort to imbalanced use of fertilisers and pesticides. Photo: Mint For long Indian agriculture has been beset by two kinds of problems. One, the farming problem, which essentially ...
 Livemint.com1 day ago

MCF open offer bids await CCI nod

Deepak Fertilisers' open offer for Mangalore Chemicals and Fertilisers (MCF) has got approval from Securities and Exchange Board of India, but is awaiting Competition Commission of India's (CCI's) nod. Zuari's Saroj Poddar-led joint open offer along ...
 Business Standard3 days ago Battle for Mangalore Chemicals enters final round  Hindu Business Line3 days ago Deepak Fertilisers: Updates on open offer to Mangalore Chemicals shareholders  Money Control3 days ago MANGALORE CHEMICALS & FERTILIZERS : Sebi to facilitate timelines for mcf twin offers  4 Traders3 days ago

Revival Package for FACT Awaits the Green Signal

KOCHI: The much-awaited Rs 991-crore revival package for the Fertilisers and Chemicals Travancore Limited (FACT) is being processed by the Central Government once again. The previous government's tenure had expired while the proposal was pending ...
 New Indian Express4 days ago FACT to get Rs.990-crore revival package  The Hindu3 weeks ago FACT up 8%, to get Rs 900 cr revival package from Fert Min  Money Control3 weeks ago FACT's revival package under active consideration of govt  Business Standard1 month ago
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Zimbabwean chemicals company looks to coal gasification

Zimbabwe's sole producer of ammonium nitrate fertilizer, Sable Chemicals, is looking into using coal gasification to help it produce ammonia. Sable has taken coal samples from Senwa in Gokwe to China, to test the feasibility of processing coal for ...
 World Coal2 days ago Coal India to enter fertiliser, chemical production  India Infoline1 month ago CIL looking at fertiliser, chemical production using coal  Money Control1 month ago Coal India to foray into fertiliser, chemical production  Business Standard1 month ago

Revival of Sindri fertiliser plant hangs in balance

of proposed new steel and power units along with the revival of fertiliser unit at Sindri hangs in balance as FCIL (Fertilizer Corp. of India Ltd.) withdraws itself from the proposal, said Anutosh Maitra CEO Bokaro Steel Plant. Illegal encroachments ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 days ago Govt starts revival of Talcher fertiliser plant in Odisha  Business Standard1 month ago
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