SEBI imposes Rs 25 crore fine on Ambani and Family

Market regulator SEBI or Securities and Exchange Board of India has imposed a Rs 25 crore fine on Mukesh Ambani, Anil Ambani, Nita Ambani, Tina Ambani, KD Ambani, and other family members, in a case dating 20 years back. According to SEBI guidelines, any promoter buying into more than 5% stake/voting rights in a company has to make a public announcement to its shareholders, in case they may withdraw from the company for whatsoever reason. According to SEBI, there were multiple violations made with regard to this by members of the Ambani family. 

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AstraZeneca Sends Legal Notice To Serum Institute Over Delays In Vaccine Supply

UK-based AstraZeneca has sent a legal notice to Pune-based vaccine maker Serum Institute of India(SII). The notice comes after AstraZeneca alleged that Serum Institute is delaying the supply of vaccines under contract and is also violating obligations to other countries in supplying the Covishield vaccine to other countries. Adar Poonawala, CEO of SII has said that the delay is because of the Centre’s decision to halt vaccine exports temporarily. He also said that he would temporarily prioritize domestic needs. 

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Macrotech Developers IPO subscribed 35% on Day Two

Macrotech Developers or formerly known as Lodha World launched its IPO on April 7, 2021. The company was subscribed 26% on the first day of the bidding, receiving. bids for 95.91 lakh equity shares. On the second day, the company was subscribed 35%. The company is known for building the Trump Towers in Mumbai and the tallest building in India, World One.

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Zydus Gets Usfda Nod For Drugs Used To Treat Hypertension And Cancer

Indian Pharmaceutical company Zydus Cadila has received approval from the United States Food and Drug Administration for Ibrutinib capsules to treat cancer and Macitentan tablets that are used to treat hypertension.  

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Kalpataru Power Acquires 51% Stake In Fasttel 

Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd’s (KPTL’s) wholly-owned subsidiary in Brazil has completed the acquisition of 51 percent controlling stake in Fasttel Engenharia Ltda. Fasttel specializes in engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) and maintenance of power transmission lines, distribution systems and sub-stations 

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Minda Corp: Co-Signs Strategic Partnership With Israel Based Company For First Unique Collision Avoidance Technology For 2 Wheelers In India


Minda Corporation announced a strategic partnership with an Israel-based Ride Vision, an advanced driver-assistance systems company. The company plans to bring artificial intelligence-based collision avoidance systems to the Indian two-wheeler market. The company in its quarterly report had announced that it was going to pump Rs 250 crores into business expansion. The company had reported a ~19% increase in profits over the last quarter.

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Airtel Refused To Pay Videocon’s AGR Dues: DoT to SC

The Department of Telecommunications has told the Supreme Court that Airtel, which had acquired now-defunct Videocon’s telecom spectrums in 2016 has refused to pay the AGR dues applicable on the spectrum. The DoT has raised a demand to recover Rs 1375 crore of Videocon’s dues payable by Airtel. Airtel on the other hand holds that the DoT has made no such demand to recover any such dues and has agreed in the past that these dues are solely recoverable from Videocon itself. 


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Infosys: Co Announces Strategic Long-term Collaboration With ArcelorMittal For Digital Transformation

Indian IT-Giant Infosys has announced a long-term collaboration with multinational steel manufacturing corporation ArcelorMittal for Digital Transformation. Infosys will offer application management and business process management (BPM) services to ArcelorMittal’s Business Center of Excellence (BCoE) in Europe.

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AstraZeneca Vaccines Causes Rade Blood Clots: New Advisory Issued

UK vaccine maker AstraZeneca Plc’s Covid-19 vaccine has been causing blood clots in individuals below 30. In fact, there have been 19 deaths recorded so far due to blood clots caused by the vaccine in the UK. The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency(MHRA) has issued new advisories. It has stated that the blood clot in found rarely, in close to 4 out of 10 lakh people. The UK’s Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) has advised offering an alternative to the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine to adults under the age of 30, due to the blood clot link. 

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Vehicle Registrations Down By 28.64% In March 2021: FADA

The Federation of Automobile Dealers Associations (FADA) has said that overall vehicle registrations are down by 28.64% in March 2021 as compared to last month. Tractor and Passenger Vehicles are the only two segments that have witnessed double-digit growth in the season. As compared to March 2020, Two-wheeler sales were down by 35.26%, Three-wheeler sales reduced by 50.72%, Three-wheeler sales were down by 50.72%.

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