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Updated: 13-11-2018 22:36 IST

Bombay Dying net jumps manifold to Rs 246.3 cr

Mumbai, Nov 12 (PTI): Bombay Dying Tuesday posted Rs

246.28 crore net profit for the September quarter, up from Rs

52.79 crore in the year-ago period.

Total income stood rose to Rs 843.28 crore during the

second quarter of this fiscal, up from at Rs 709.62 crore in

the year ago period.

In an exchange filing, the company said the profit

numbers are not comparable, without offering any explanation.


First ICTAI in healthcare launched

Mumbai: The Wadhwani Institute Tuesday said it

launched the first artificial intelligence solutions enabled

healthcare initiative for rural markets ICTAI (International

Center for Transformational Artificial Intelligence).

The Model International Centre for Transformational

Artificial Intelligence (Model ICTAI) was inaugurated by

Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis, said a release.

The founding members of this initiative are NITI

Aayog, Maharashtra government, Wadhwani AI, Tata Trusts, Wish

Foundation, Path, Stanford Center for Population Health

Sciences and IIT Madras, the release added.


Indoco Remedies net loss at Rs 7.8 cr

Mumbai: Pharma firm Indoco Remedies Tuesday reported

net loss of Rs 7.8 crore for the quarter to September against

a net profit of Rs 19.76 crore in the corresponding quarter.

Total income during the quarter declined to Rs 235.96

crore from Rs 287.15 crore a year ago.


Reliance Foundation ties up with Centa

Mumbai: Reliance Foundation Tuesday entered into a

multi-year partnership with a private entity Centre for

Teacher Accreditation (Centa).

The CSR arm of the country's most profitable corporate

will look at promoting teaching and also become the principal

sponsor of a national competition for teachers organised by

Centa, an official statement said, adding the group has

multiple initiatives in the education sector including

controversial upcoming Jio University.


Amazon launches audiobook service Audible

Mumbai: Amazon India Tuesday launched its audiobook

service Audible as a dedicated service, offering a broad

selection of over 2,00,000 full-length audiobooks and original

programmes, including a curated selection of 400 Audible-

exclusive titles by leading Indian authors. is a dedicated, authentic and dynamic

destination for Indian consumers that puts Indian talent and

spoken-word content front and center the company said.


UTI Mastershare declares 27% dividend

Mumbai: UTI Mastershare, the country's first equity-

oriented scheme has announced a dividend of 27 per cent under

dividend option-regular plan and dividend option-direct plan.

The record date for the dividend distribution is

November 15, the company said Tuesday.

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