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1.In FY2018-19, the company booked its highest ever revenue and net profit

Established in 2008, PSP Projects is among the fastest growing building construction companies in India.


2.The company’s positive approach has been the biggest contributor to its growth in FY19

PNC Infratech is an integrated infrastructure company with expertise in the successful execution of expressways, highways, bridges, flyovers and airport runways and the development of industrial areas across several states in the country.


3.We are happy to have avoided HAM projects

Gayatri Projects is one of India’s leading construction and infrastructure companies with interests in EPC, highways and power plants, and active operations in 19 states.


4.Net sales at Rs 100 bn compared to Rs 87.20 bn in Q1FY19

UltraTech Cement has announced its unaudited financial results for the quarter ended 30th June, 2019


5.AECOM and Asia Society launch third year of its global conversation series

The series is dedicated to a key element for the world’s urban future


6.Escorts’ Q2 profit up by 32.5 per cent at Rs 1.02 billion

Escorts has reported a profit of Rs 1.02 billion in the quarter ending September 30, 2018, up by 32.4 per cent as against a profit of Rs 0.77 billion in the corresponding period of FY2017-18.


7.GST enters its second year in India – real estate still in learning mode

The Goods and Services Tax (GST) – India’s biggest tax reform post-independence – was implemented on July 1, 2017.


8.Up the Ladder

Haulotte Group has delivered a 17 per cent sales increase (at constant exchange rates), reporting 239.8 million in the first-half of 2016.


9.Higher cement prices to aid Ambuja Cements profitability

Ambuja Cements' July to September quarter profit is expected to rise 59 per cent on a year-on-year basis to Rs 244 crore, according to estimates. For the quarter however, profit is likely to decline by 39 per cent. The improvement in


10.Shree Cement Q4 net profit surges

Shree Cement reported an 87 per cent increase in standalone net profit to Rs 223.34 crore for the quarter-ended March 2016.