CAPEX for FY21 stood at Rs 35-40 crore. The company has started commercial production in its Bangladesh factory since the past eight to nine months and will continue to build up business gradually, it added.Get access to India's fastest growing financial subscriptions service Moneycontrol Pro for as little as Rs 599 for first year. Use the code "GETPRO". Moneycontrol Pro offers you all the information you need for wealth creation including actionable investment ideas, independent research and insights & analysis For more information, check out the Moneycontrol website or mobile app. … [Read more...] about Agro Tech Foods reports 25% fall in profit: Here are key highlights of analysts’ conference call
"The visit also offered an opportunity to hear more regarding developments with India's Citizenship Amendment Act, which is undergoing I would say a vigorous democratic scrutiny, whether it's in the streets, by the political opposition, media, and the courts," she said. … [Read more...] about US stresses equal protection under India’s new citizenship law
Calling for urgent action to combat the effects of global warming, Ghosh, who has several fiction and non- fictions to his credit, including the Ibis trilogy, said people in the 17th century were probably more aware about climate change as they had various systems in place to deal with the effects of calamities. … [Read more...] about Country’s political system not prepared to accept reality of climate change: Amitav Ghosh
The NDFB(S) was one of the smaller separatist outfits from the Northeast in Myanmar which currently has a total of eight organisations. It was in dire financial straits since the split in 2005, which was quite apparent when this author visited the rebel camps in Myanmar during 2011-12. Plans had been firmed up by a large number of NDFB(S) cadre to cross the border in 2014 under then commander-in-chief IK Songbijit — this was foiled by the hardliners. Songbijit was subsequently expelled from Myanmar and the executive council of the group reconstituted with new members. … [Read more...] about Politics | How long will Northeast’s separatist outfits survive?
The anti-CAA protests in Assam are steadily progressing towards an Asomiya linguistic chauvinism. It remains to be seen whether it turns into an anti-Bengali xenophobic movement — much like the turn the Assam Movement took almost four decades ago. The movement then facilitated student leaders to wrest political power, under the banner of the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP). Those student leaders failed to stand up to what they promised, and today, while they were initially in favour of the CAA, they seem to be reconsidering their stand now. … [Read more...] about Politics | The many layers to anti-CAA protests in Assam