Dalmia Bharat's total expenses stood at Rs 2,641 crore, up 4.88 percent from Rs 2,518 crore in the year-ago period.
Dalmia Bharat Q2 profit falls 88% on foreign currency fluctuation cost; board okays amalgamation with OCL India
The company had posted a net profit of Rs 18 crore in the July-September quarter a year ago, Dalmia Bharat said in a BSE filing.
Binani Cement insolvency: Supreme Court says CoC can consider revised Ultratech offer but can't take final decision
Refusing to debar Binani Cement's CoC from carrying on with further proceedings, the court said that "no final order may be passed"
Binani Cement lenders vote in favour of UltraTech's Rs 7,960 cr offer; override CoC decision favouring Dalmia Bharat
UltraTech now becomes the H1 bidder, replacing Rajputana Properties - the bidding company for the Dalmia Bharat-led consortium
Dalmia Bharat 'adopts' Red Fort: Opposition questions govt move to give private entity mandate to maintain monument
Congress questioned how a private entity was given the mandate to maintain the iconic Red Fort, days after a corporate house signed an agreement with the tourism ministry under its 'Adopt a Heritage' project
Red Fort 'adopted' by cement company Dalmia Bharat, MoU signed with tourism ministry under 'Adopt A Heritage' scheme
The Ministry of Tourism signed an MoU with Dalmia Bharat and the Archaeological Survey of India to adopt the iconic Red Fort monument in New Delhi under the 'Adopt a Heritage' project
UltraTech Cement tabled a fresh offer, for Binani, to the resolution professional on 14 April. But, a new problem seems to have surfaced.
Binani Industries to move Supreme Court with Rs 7,618 cr offer, has assurance of support from most lenders, says co
Binani, backed by Aditya Birla groups UltraTech Cement, has already received comfort letter for financial support.
UltraTech said it had secured backing from some creditors of Binani Cement to buy firm for $1.1 billion outside of a bankruptcy process
Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, Radhakishan Damani battle it out with big industry players to bid for Binani Cement
The banks had claimed Rs 3,884 crore unpaid loans due on Binani Cement that included borrowings from the SBI, Canara Bank and Bank of Baroda.