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IndiaMART InterMESH Ltd: Delhi High Court Monday denied Interim relief to the e-commerce company Indiamart Intermesh Ltd, which had tried to eliminate the new SMS regulations that were implemented to control spam messages and protect consumers from online fraud.
Sri Group: Brickwork Ratings, which also filed an appeal against the Kolkata National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) order that allows a six-month moratorium on reimbursements to the Srei group, said that wait for the appellate court order before taking any rating action. This follows Care Ratings’ downgrade of Srei’s ratings for an aggregate debt of ?29.240.3 crore to “default”
Adani Verde: Adani Renewable Energy on Monday made the lowest bid of ?2.77 per unit in an auction conducted by the state-run Solar Energy Corporation of India Ltd (SECI) to install and supply 1.2 gigawatts (GW) wind power capacity, two knowledgeable people said. development.
Welspun India Ltd: Adani Welspun Exploration Ltd. (AWEL), a joint venture between Adani Group and Welspun Enterprises Ltd., announced its first gas discovery in the Nelp-VII MB-OSN-2005/2 block in the Tapti-Daman sector of the Mumbai offshore block. AWEL holds 100% interest in the block and is the operator of the block.
MTAR technology: Shares of MTAR Technologies made a star debut on Monday. The stock was listed at ?1,050, 82.60% premium over the issue price of ?575 one piece. MTAR Technologies’ initial public offering was subscribed 200.79 times with a price range of a ?574-575 per share.
Small Australian Financial Bank: The lender’s board on Monday approved the allotment of 50 million shares of par value ?10 each to qualified institutional buyers eligible for the issue price of ?1,251 per share, with a premium of ?1,241 value per share ?625.50 crore.
Maximum health care: The company purchased 1.26 million shares, or 42.8% of the share capital of Saket City Hospitals Ltd (SCHL) from Kayak Investments Holding Pte. Ltd. Max Healthcare owned 57.2% of SCHL at the time of the announcement of this purchase. The price of the deal was not disclosed.
Allcargo Logistics: The company’s board of directors has approved and declared an interim dividend of ?2 per share with a nominal value of ?2 each for FY21. The dividend will be paid to all shareholders of the company starting March 24, whose names are registered as shareholders of the company on the record date of March 23.
Tata Communications: The government of India has announced plans to submit an offer for sale up to a maximum of 2.85.000.000 shares of the company, equal to 10% of the fully paid-up share capital, with option for the additional sale of 17,446,885 shares equal to 6.12% of the total paid up share capital.
Swastika Investmart Ltd: The company’s board of directors has approved the interim dividend of ?2 per share or 20% of the par value of ?10 per share for FY21 equal to ?59.19 million euros. The record dividend payment date is March 23rd.
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