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Housing sales up 12 pc in Jan-Mar over previous quarter: Report
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Housing sales up 12 pc in Jan-Mar over previous quarter: Report

Housing sales rose by 12 per cent in seven major cities to 49,200 units during January-March period over the previous quarter on better demand from end-customers post enactment of new realty law RERA, according to property consultant ANAROCK.Sales stood at ... Business Standard, 1 week ago

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Nepal plane crash: Conversation between air traffic control and pilot resulted in confusion, say authorities

Nepalese investigators have retrieved the black box from the wreckage a Bangladeshi plane that crashed here, killing 49 people, authorities said today as the conversation between the air traffic controllers and the pilot before the tragedy indicated a ...
 DNA1 month ago Nepal plane crash caused by confusion about runway?  Business Standard1 month ago Flight data recorder retrieved from wreckage of Nepal plane crash  Deccan Herald1 month ago Bangladesh plane with 67 on board crashes in Nepal, 50 killed  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Sonata Software net up 22% in Q3

IT services and technology solutions firm Sonata Software on Wednesday reported Rs 49 crore consolidated net profit for the third quarter of 2017-18 from Rs 40 crore in the same period year ago, registering 22 per cent annual growth."Consolidated revenue for ...
 Prokerala2 months ago Piramal Enterprises Q3 consolidated net rises 21% to Rs 4.9 billion  Business Standard2 months ago Bhushan Steel Q3 net loss more than doubles to Rs 16.07 bn  Business Standard2 months ago Indian Bank Q3 net down 19% to Rs 3 bn on higher operating expenses  Business Standard2 months ago
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Reliance Industries' KG-D6 oilfields' Q3 production plunges to 4.9 mmscmd

Reliance Industries' eastern offshore KG-D6 gas fields have seen production plummet to the lowest level of 4.9 mmscmd in the third quarter of the ongoing fiscal.Natural gas production from Dhirubhai-1 and 3 (D1&D3) gas fields as well as MA field totalled 4.9 ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Capital First Q3 net profit up by 42% on Y-o-Y basis; revenue rises 49%

Earnings per Share (Basic) have risen considerably since the third quarter of FY2017, from Rs 6.57 to Rs 8.81 for the third quarter ending FY2018 Advait Rao Palepu | Mumbai Last Updated at January 24, 2018 18:37 IST Illustration: Binay Sinha Capital ...
 Business Standard2 months ago M&M's Q3 standalone net profit up 12.5%  Prokerala2 months ago M&M Q3 standalone net up 12% at Rs 12.1 bn; tractor sales rise 6%  Business Standard2 months ago Zydus Wellness Q3 net profit up 44% to Rs 362 mn on robust income  Business Standard2 months ago

Tech stocks propel Sensex past 34K mark

The NSE 50-share index, after moving between 10,469.90 and 10,395.25, finally concluded at 10,458.65, up 41.50 points Benchmark Sensex ticked higher for the sixth straight session to close above 34,000-mark on Thursday, fuelled by a robust rally in IT shares, even as global markets remained skittish on geopolitical concerns. The BSE IT index was the star performer today, spurting 3.18 per cent, as a weak rupee boosted the appeal of software exporters.   Index heavyweights TCS, Infosys as ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago

Downstream PSUs to report subdued numbers

Tarun Lakhotia Earnings for energy sector companies in 4QFY18 are expected to be (1) robust for upstream PSUs given higher global crude prices and dividend receipts, (2) sequentially weak for OMCs in general due to sharply lower adventitious gains and adverse ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago

Cape Town ball-tampering: Steve Smith, David Warner step down as captain, vice-captain

Australia's Steven Smith and David Warner have been removed as captain and vice-captain, respectively for the remainder of the ongoing third Test against South Africa in the wake of the ball-tampering controversy. Wicket-keeper Tim Paine will act as captain ...
 Sify3 weeks ago Watch: Bancroft caught on camera for ball-tampering, 'cheat' tag haunts Captain Smith & Australia again!  Sify3 weeks ago

Honor Store 2nd anniversary sale from March 21 to 23 – Re. 1 flash sale, up to Rs. 2000 off on smartphones and more

Honor, Huawei’s online brand today announced its 2nd-anniversary sale on its Honor online store from March 21st until 23rd March. As a part of this sale, it is offering a slew of discount and cashback offers on Honor 9 Lite, Honor 7X, along with Honor ...
 Fone Arena4 weeks ago

After years, achche din is finally here for commercial vehicles

Infrastructure, stricter implementation boost commercial vehicle sales Recovery in the economy, greater infrastructure spending and stricter implementation of overloading norms have boosted sales, say makers of commercial vehicles (CVs).   After years of sluggish growth, there has been a steady uptick in these sales over recent months. At the aggregate level, sales grew 33.6 per cent in the December quarter of 2017-18, up from 21 per cent in the September quarter. In January alone, the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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