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Net Sales at Rs 1540 Cr Vs Rs 508 Cr, up 3x

Total Income at Rs 1,808 Cr vs Rs 734 Cr, 2.5x

EBITDA at Rs 1462 Cr Vs Rs 475 Cr, up 3x

EBITDA margins at Rs 95% vs 93.5%

PAT Rs 842 Cr vs Rs 99.3 Cr, up 8x

All results are Consol & comparable YoY


PAT at Rs 57 Cr vs 51 Cr up 11.8%

NII at Rs 250 Cr vs 209 Cr up 19.6%

Non-Interest Income at Rs 75 Cr vs 64 Cr, up 17.2%

Operating Profit at Rs 123 Cr vs 109 Cr, up 12.8%

Net Interest Margin at 4.12% vs 3.95% YoY

All results are comparable YoY


Net Sales up 36% at Rs 214.5 Cr Vs Rs 157.6 Cr

EBITDA up 3.1x at Rs 59.8 Cr Vs Rs 19.4 Cr

EBITDA Margin at 27.9% V 12.3%

Net Profit up 3.3x at Rs 36 Cr Vs Rs 11 Cr

Other Income up 36% at Rs 11.7 Cr Vs Rs 8.6 Cr

All figures are standalone and comparable YoY


Net Sales up 6.9% at Rs 254.8 Cr Vs Rs 238.4 Cr

EBITDA up 80% at Rs 70.1 Cr Vs Rs 39 Cr

EBITDA Margin at 27.5% vs 16.4%

Net Profit up 2.3x at Rs 43.2 cr vs Rs 18.8 cr

All figures are comparable YoY


AUM at Rs 44971 Cr Vs Rs 37505 Cr, Up 20%

Disbursements at Rs 5731 Cr Vs Rs 4812 Cr, Up 19%

Total Income at Rs 1411 Cr Vs Rs 1134 Cr, Up 24%

Calc NII at Rs 645 Cr Vs Rs 419 Cr, Up 54%

PAT at Rs 105 Cr Vs Rs 67 Cr, Up 56%

All results are comparable YoY


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    Determined to take this output cut agreement to the end: Russia's Novak

    Muscat: Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Sunday oil producing countries are determined to take this output cut agreement to the end.

    He was speaking at a meeting of the joint ministerial committee which oversees implementation of the global deal in Oman’s capital.


    President approves disqualification of 20 AAP MLAs

    New Delhi: President Ram Nath Kovind has approved the disqualification of 20 Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLAs in Delhi on charges of holding Office of Profit, an official spokesman said on Sunday.


    Turkish army says has hit 153 targets so far in northern Syrian operation

    Istanbul: The Turkish military has so far hit 153 Kurdish militant targets in its operation in northern Syria’s Afrin region, the army said in a statement on Sunday.

    The targets were shelters, hideouts and arsenals used by the militants, the military said, adding that artillery fire continued from the ground.


    US Senate to continue working to end govt shutdown

    Washington: Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell said Saturday the U.S. Senate will be back in session on Sunday and work “as long as it takes” to try to end an impasse over funding that shut down the federal government.

    "I want to tell the American people we will be right back at this tomorrow...and for as long as it takes,” McConnell said.


    UAE energy minister says expects rebound of shale oil supply

    Muscat: The UAE’s energy minister said on Sunday that he expected a rebound of shale oil supply and that OPEC producers were not underestimating its impact.

    Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of a meeting of the joint ministerial committee, Suhail al-Mazroui also said he expected compliance levels in December with the agreement to be good.


    May extend oil suppliers' cooperation beyond 2018: Saudi energy minister

    Muscat: Global oil suppliers will consider whether to extend their cooperation beyond 2018, but such cooperation would not necessarily mean extending current output levels, Saudi Arabian energy minister Khalid al-Falih said on Sunday.

    “We shouldn’t limit our efforts to 2018 - we need to be talking about a longer framework of cooperation,” Falih told reporters on the sidelines of a meeting of the joint ministerial committee which oversees implementation of the global deal on supply cuts.


    Lavrov, Tillerson discuss Syria on call: Russian foreign ministry

    Moscow: Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and U.S. Secretary of state Rex Tillerson have discussed steps to ensure stability in northern Syria in a phone call, Russia’s foreign ministry said on its Facebook page.

    It said they also talked about promoting a peaceful solution to the Syrian crisis with the support of the United Nations.


    Turkish PM says land forces will make 'necessary activities' in Syria on Sunday

    Ankara: Turkish land forces will carry out the “necessary activities” into Syria’s Afrin province on Sunday depending on developments in the region, Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said on Saturday.

    Speaking to reporters hours after Turkish armed forces launched an operation against a U.S.-baced Kurdish militia in Syria’s Afrin province, Yildirim said the military had destroyed nearly all targets it identified in the region with air strikes.



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