They have been able to help some of their neighbors stay afloat by delivering fresh eggs, organic Desiree potatoes, locally milled spelt and rye flour, grass-fed beef and other products from other farms. This week, they will start taking orders for an assortment of cheeses, including some from other female cheesemakers around the country. These Victory Boxes, which can be shipped nationally, are part of a larger effort to help small cheesemakers and dairy farmers. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus impact | Your kitchen can be as well stocked as restaurants now
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"A robust management and sound corporate governance policy will drive growth going forward and this is already visible in its current return ratios (RoCE 25 percent and RoNW of 32 percent in FY20). Since its P/E is slightly overvalued at 31x compared to average P/E of 27x, short term investors can subscribe only for listing gains. However, for long term investors can hold on to this stock as it is still a fair deal because the handsome growth and strong book with a mere 0.3 Debt/equity ratio and sufficient cash still justify the valuation," Nirali said. … [Read more...] about Rossari Biotech IPO opens today, subscribed 34% so far on Day 1
The stellar performance of the scrip can be attributed to its digital arm Jio Platforms, which has raised Rs 1.18 lakh crore from April 22 by selling more than 25 percent stake to global investors including Facebook, General Atlantic, Intel Capital, Qualcomm Ventures, KKR, Saudi sovereign wealth fund etc. … [Read more...] about RIL now 51st most-valued firm in the world, among top 10 in Asia
On being asked if the company is ramping up the capacity to manufacture more vials on account of the pandemic, she said: "We have the manufacturing capacity and the supply and distribution network in place, however post this approval we are looking to ramp up production capacity to meet the expected surge in demand. Our aim is to reach a larger number of patients across the country". … [Read more...] about Biocon to launch drug for COVID-19 patients; priced at Rs 8,000 per vial
That AAP was born in 2011 and a beneficiary of the Anna Hazare-led anti-corruption movement is no longer its USP. Neither is AAP’s dramatic re-capture of Delhi in 2015 by winning 67 of the 70 assembly seats. The reality is that, today, AAP is plagued by internal dissensions and accusations of corruption; it is anything but what it was in 2011. On top of this, the party was ready to join hands with the Congress — the same party it opposed for its corruption and misgovernance. … [Read more...] about Politics | Has BJP taken the winds out of AAP’s and Congress’ sails?