Bharti Airtel, PNB, Nazara Tech, and other stocks in the news today

Following the board’s approval of a Rs 21,000 crore rights issue, it will hold a conference call with investors on August 30.

The government has extended the terms of Punjab National Bank’s Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, CH.S.S. Mallikarjuna Rao, and Executive Director Shri Sanjay Kumar until September 19, 2021.

Nazara Technologies will invest Rs 186.41 crore in one or more tranches to acquire a 100 percent stake in OpenPlay Technologies from its existing shareholders, Sreeram Reddy Vanga and Unnati Management Consultants LLP.

P2 and two other allied plants can resume operations immediately under the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, according to a Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB) order (1981).

The Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB) has approved the resumption of operations at P2 and two other allied plants.

Dalmia bharat

Dalmia Cement (Bharat) subsidiary Dalmia Bharat signed three Memorandums of Understanding with the Jharkhand government to invest Rs 758 crore in the state.

Bal Pharma: Micro Labs, the company’s promoter, bought out investor Jitendra Tejraj Lunia’s entire stake in the company. The promoter purchased 3,00,900 equity shares at a price of Rs 92.74 per share. According to bulk deals data, Jitendra Tejraj Lunia, the company’s founder, sold his entire shareholding on the NSE for Rs 92.73 per share before exiting.

Bal Pharma: Micro Labs, the company’s promoter, bought out investor Jitendra Tejraj Lunia’s entire stake in the company. The promoter purchased shares at a cost of Rs 92.74 per share.

Munish Financial purchased 14 lakh equity shares in Gayatri Projects on the NSE for Rs 47.88 each, according to bulk deals data.

The company leased three screens with 585 seats in Jaipur, Rajasthan. The company is now present in 69 cities across India, with 154 multiplexes, 651 screens, and a total seating capacity of 1,48,021 seats.

The company leased three screens with 585 seats in Jaipur, Rajasthan. There are 651 screens in 154 multiplexes across 69 cities.


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