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Jindal Drilling & Industries standalone net profit declines 3.66% in the June 2016 quarter

Jindal Drilling & Industries standalone net profit declines 3.66% in the June 2016 quarter

Sep 14,2016

Net profit of Jindal Drilling & Industries declined 3.66% to Rs 9.48 crore in the quarter ended June 2016 as against Rs 9.84 crore during the previous quarter ended June 2015. Sales rose 11.24% to Rs 92.66 crore in the quarter ended June 2016 as against Rs 83.30 crore during the previous quarter ended June 2015.

ParticularsQuarter Ended
n++Jun. 2016Jun. 2015% Var.
OPM %9.8912.74-

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Proaim Enterprises to hold board meeting
Feb 24,2017

Proaim Enterprises will hold a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Company on 27 February 2017, to consider Resignation of Chief Financial Officer of the Company w.e.f. February 27, 2017.

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For India, Strong Growth Persists Despite New Challenges
Feb 24,2017

Indias overall outlook remains positive, although growth will slow temporarily as a result of disruptions to consumption and business activity from the recent withdrawal of high-denomination banknotes from circulation.

But the nations expansion will pick up again as economic reforms kick in, said the IMF in its latest assessment. Growth is expected at 6.6 percent in this fiscal year and at 7.2 percent in the following year.

IMF mission chief for India Paul Cashin said, The Indian economy is growing strongly and remains a bright spot in the global landscape. The halving of global oil prices that began in late 2014 boosted economic activity in India, further improved the external current account and fiscal positions, and helped lower inflation. In addition, continued fiscal consolidation, by reducing government deficits and debt accumulation, and an anti-inflationary monetary policy stance have helped cement macroeconomic stability.

The government has made significant progress on important economic reforms, which will support strong and sustainable growth going forward. In particular, the upcoming implementation of the goods and services tax, which has been in the making for over a decade, will help raise Indias medium-term growth to above 8 percent, as it will enhance the efficiency of production and movement of goods and services across Indian states.

Challenges remain, however, and there is little scope for complacency. A key concern for us is the health of the banking system, which is still dealing with a large amount of bad loans, and also heightened corporate vulnerabilities in several key sectors of the economy.

And, over the past few months, the economy has been hit by cash shortages, and accordingly we reduced our growth forecasts to 6.6 percent for fiscal year 2016/17 and to 7.2 percent in 2017/18.

Paul further said,The initiative affected notes with a total value of about 15 trillion rupees, which amounted to 86 percent of all cash in circulation. Because payment transactions in India are primarily cash-based and electronic payments infrastructure is limited, the shortage of cash has disrupted economic activity, with smaller businesses and rural regions being particularly badly affected.

Fortunately, these effects are expected to gradually dissipate by March 2017 as cash shortages ease. It also appears that measures taken to alleviate payment disruptions, such as temporarily allowing use of old banknotes for purchases of fuel and agricultural inputs, have helped mitigate the negative impact. So we expect the slowdown to be limited and relatively short-lived and the financial system to come through unscathed. Of course, potential loan repayment risks should be monitored carefully, particularly given an already elevated level of non-performing loans.

The demonetization initiative presents an opportunity to increase the size of the formal economy and broaden financial intermediation in the longer term. It can also support a widening of the tax base, help reduce the fiscal deficit, enhance bank liquidity, and give a fillip to the governments efforts to promote greater financial inclusion.

Sound economic policymaking underpinned by strong institutions is critical for sustainable growth. A recent example of a positive change in India is the implementation of flexible inflation targeting and creation of the Monetary Policy Committee, which have strengthened the credibility of monetary policy and helped maintain price stability in an increasingly complex economy.

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Jagran Prakashan provides update on IPO of subsidiary - MBL
Feb 24,2017

Jagran Prakashan announced that that the red herring prospectus filed by its subsidiary, Music Broadcast (MBL) with Registrar of Companies, Mumbai has been approved on 23 February 2017.

The Offer will be open for subscription to public on Monday, 06 March 2017 and shall close on Wednesday, 08 March 2017.

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Jagran Prakashan provides update on IPO of subsidiary - Music Broadcast
Feb 24,2017

Jagran Prakashan announced that that the red herring prospectus filed by its subsidiary, Music Broadcast (MBL) with Registrar of Companies, Mumbai has been approved on 23 February 2017.

The Offer will be open for subscription to public on Monday, 06 March 2017 and shall close on Wednesday, 08 March 2017.

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NDMA prepares States to deal with Heat Wave 2017
Feb 24,2017

The two-day national workshop on Preparation of Heat Wave Action Plan in Hyderabad ended on a high note today with all stakeholders resolving to work towards mitigating the adverse impact of the imminent heat wave this year. The workshop was organised by National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) in collaboration with the Government of Telangana.

Addressing the workshop, Shri R.K. Jain, Member, NDMA said the focus of all our efforts should be on reducing the number of deaths. We should work towards translating available data and research into specific actions to reduce the impact of heat waves, he added.

At the technical session on Effective Governance Tools for Increased Resilience to Heat Wave, the need to bring about some fundamental changes in our built environment to augment heat wave preparedness was underlined.

The session on Monitoring, Review and Updation of Heat Action Plan was chaired by Shri Kamal Kishore, Member, NDMA. The session discussed the importance of coordination amongst all agencies and regular monitoring of the heat wave situation. It highlighted the significance of reviewing and updating Heat Action Plans to suit the changes in an environment.

Discussing the need for spreading awareness on heat wave, its ill effects, symptoms and simple mitigation measures, Shri Jain emphasised on the need to extensively use IEC (Information, Education and Communication) campaigns to reach out to the masses, especially to weaker sections of society as they form the most vulnerable segment of population. He reiterated that efforts towards heat wave preparedness would mean something only if our collaborative efforts are able to save lives.

Dr. D.N. Sharma, Member, NDMA, underlined the need to fine-tune Heat Action Plans right up to the village level so that traditional knowledge and indigenous practices are integrated in their plans to enhance the efficacy of their mitigation measures.

Heat waves often lead to dehydration, heat exhaustion, stress and even a fatal heat stroke. With advance planning and preparedness, heat wave induced deaths and illnesses can be brought down. In 2016, with NDMAs Guidelines for Preparation of Action Plan - Prevention and Management of Heat-Wave and the pro-active approach of some of the most vulnerable States, the number of deaths in the country came down significantly.

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BEL Issue got over-subscribed by 367 % in Retail Category and 234% in Non-retail Category
Feb 23,2017

The Government of India proposed to disinvest 5% of paid-up equity capital-out of its shareholding of 74.41% in BEL through Offer for Sale (OFS) mechanism. BEL is a Navratna Company under the administrative control of Ministry of Defence and is engaged in manufacturing of the state of the art equipments in the field such as communication, radars, naval systems etc.

The floor price was fixed at Rs 1,498 per shares for the OFS Issue. Issue was opened at the BSE and NSE Stock Exchanges for two days i.e. on 22nd February, 2017 for Institutional Investors and 23rd February, 2017 for Retail Investors.

On 22nd February, 2017, the Issue opened for non-retail investors against the offer size of 89.34 lakh shares. The OFS got an enthusiastic participation from the non-retail investors, which included domestic institutional investors, foreign institutional investors and the Issue was over-subscribed 234% as per data given below (at cut-off price of Rs 1499):-

Client CategoryQuantityValue (in crore)Percentage to Qty. on Offer


Insurance*n++n++n++n++n++n++n++n++n++n++n++n++n++n++n++n++n++n++n++n++n++n++n++ 1,08,63,6131,628.10122%Banks18,22,275273.1020%Mutual Funds34,14,773513.4938%FII32,80,622492.4337%Others (Clients)15,18,905174.0717%Total2,09,00,1883,081.18234%



(In crore)

%Private147.8810.86PublicLIC1435111GIC11.23New India Insurance16.98Agriculture Insurance9.50

Today, i.e. 23rd February, 2017, the Issue was opened for retail investors for 20% of the overall offer size, i.e. 22.34 lakh shares with a discount of 5% on the cut-off price. There has been overwhelming response from the retail investors as well, with the Issue being subscribed 367% in the Retail category.

Likely Clearing Price of Retail Investor will be at more than Rs 1565. On this price retail investors shall be entitled to discount of 5% on the cut off price (Rs 1499 which is more than the Institutional Floor Price).

This is one of the highest instances of interest and participation shown by the investors including domestic institutional investors, foreign institutional investors and retail investors in any Issue. The Issue has been over-subscribed by 260%.

The likely receipt to the Government of India from BEL OFS is Rs. 1670 crore (approx.).

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Board of Madhuban Constructions approves voluntary delisting from BSE Institutional Trading Platform
Feb 23,2017

Madhuban Constructions announced that Board of Directors in its Meeting held on 23 February 2017, have considered and approved the following resolutions:

Voluntary Exit of Equity Shares of the Company from Institutional Trading Platform of BSE in terms of the provisions of Chapter XC of SEBI ICDR Regulations, 2009

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Board of Vital Communications accepts resignation of director
Feb 23,2017

Vital Communications announced that a Board of the Directors in its Meeting held on 14 February 2017, approved resignation of Manoj Kumar from the Post of Directorship due to Preoccupancy.

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Ruby Mills gets MPCB permission to resume operations at processing unit in Khalapur
Feb 23,2017

Ruby Mills announced that the Companys processing unit at Village Kharsundi, Taluka Khalapur, has got permission from Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) to restart its operations with immediate effect.

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RBL Bank allots 329,301 equity shares
Feb 23,2017

RBL Bank has allotted 329,301 (Three Lac Twenty Nine Thousand Three Hundred & One) equity shares of face value Rs. 10 each on 23 February 2017 under the ESOP Schemes of the Bank.

ITC allots 73,41,950 equity shares
Feb 23,2017

ITC announced that the Company on 23 February 2017 issued and allotted 73,41,950 Ordinary Shares of Rs. 1/- each, upon exercise of 7,34,195 Options by Optionees under the Companys Employee Stock Option Schemes.

Consequently, with effect from February 23, 2017, the Issued and Subscribed Share Capital of the Company stands increased to Rs. 1213,77,65,951/- divided into 1213,77,65,951 Ordinary Shares of Rs. 1/- each.

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State Bank of Mysore to amalgamate with State Bank of India
Feb 23,2017

State Bank of Mysore announced that the Government of India has issued the following Order dated 22 February 2017, under sub-section (2) of Section 35 of the State Bank of India Act, 1955.

Acquisition of State Bank of Mysore Order, 2017

In terms of the said Order, the entire undertaking of State Bank of Mysore (SBM) shall stand transferred to and vested in the State Bank of India from 01 April 2017.

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The Government simplifies maintenance of registers under various Labour Laws
Feb 23,2017

The Government has simplified the maintenance of Labour registers of about 5.85 crore establishments in agriculture and non- agriculture sectors. These registers are related to details of employees, their salaries, loans/recoveries, attendance etc. This exercise will drastically reduce the number of registers being maintained by these establishments from 56 to only 5 by doing away with overlapping/redundant fields. This will help these establishments to save cost and efforts and ensure better compliance of Labour Laws.

Under various Central Labour Acts, there is a requirement of maintenance of registers depending upon the threshold of the number of employees by the establishments in agriculture and non-agriculture sectors. As per the Sixth Economic Census of Central Statistical Office conducted during 2013-2014, India has about 5.85 Crore establishments in agricultural and non-agricultural sectors combined. Out of this, 4.54 Crore establishments are in non-agricultural sector. While reviewing the requirement of filing various returns / registers/forms provided under 9 Central Acts, there were several overlapping/ redundant fields that could be rationalized.

An intention notification was issued on 4th November, 2016 for reducing the number of registers/data fields and the same was widely circulated to concerned Ministries / Departments, State Govts., other stakeholders besides placing the same in public domain. In effect, all previous registers envisaged under various Acts / Rules have been omitted and replaced with only 5 common Registers. Such an exercise has reduced number of data fields in 5 registers to only 144 from the then existing 933 fields in 56 registers.

Ministry of Labour & Employment has also simultaneously undertaken to develop a software for these 5 common Registers. After development of the software, the same will be put on the Shram Suvidha Portal of the Ministry of Labour and Employment for free download with an aim to facilitate maintenance of those registers in a digitized form.

The Labour Laws under which these registers are maintained include:

(i) The Building and Other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 1996

(ii) The Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970

(iii) The Equal Remuneration Act, 1976

(iv) The Inter-State Migrant Workmen (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 1979

(v) The Mines Act, 1952

(vi) The Minimum Wages Act, 1948

(vii) The Payment of Wages Act, 1936

(viii) The Sales Promotion Employees (Conditions of Service) Act, 1976

(ix) The Working Journalists and Other Newspaper Employees (Conditions of Service) Act, 1955

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Dena Bank intimates of bank strike
Feb 23,2017

Dena Bank announced that The Indian Banks Association, vide their letter dated 13 February 2017 informed that the members of all the constituent unions of United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU) have give a call of one day All India strike 28 February 2017 in support of their various demands and issues.

If the strike materializes, a section of the Banks employees belonging to the above said Unions/ Associations may participate in the proposed strike on the said date, in which case, the normal functioning of the branches / offices of the Bank may get affected during the day.

The Bank is taking all the necessary steps in terms of the existing guidelines for smooth functioning of Banks branches / offices to deal with the strike.

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Gayatri Projects completes construction of 1320 MW thermal Power plant
Feb 23,2017

Gayatri Projects has announced that Sembcorp Gayatri Power, its second thermal power plant has completed construction of its second 660-megawatt unit, marking the creation of 2,640 MW power complex.

The first unit of the 660 megawatts was completed in November 2016. The power plant, located in Krishnapatnam in Andhra Pradeshs SPSR Nellore District, India, utilises supercritical technology that allows for enhanced efficiency and reduced emissions.

Sembcorp Gayatri Power is a joint venture between Sembcorp Utilities a subsidiary of SembCorp Industries and NCC Infrastructure Holdings, which is promoted by NCC and Gayatri Energy Ventures a wholly-owned subsidiary of Gayatri Projects.

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