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Nov 27, 2019 02:11 IST India Infoline News Service

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Prestige Estates Projects signed an agreement with Marriott International to open six new hotels across India, representing nearly 1,000 rooms. All hotels are expected to open between 2021-2025, according to its media statement.

Yes Bank to consider raising funds on Nov. 29. Bank approved as accredited entity by Green Climate Fund to help mobilize Climate Finance in India.

Central Bank allotted 158.4 crore shares at issue price of Rs21.17/share to Government of India aggregating to Rs3,353cr, subsequent to receiving shareholder’s approval. The shareholding of government after the allotment to increase from 89.46% to 92.39%.

HCL Technologies' record date for bonus share issue fixed at Dec. 7.

Seamec has deployed its vessel to Posh Subsea for a charter value of $4.86 million.

Max India has completed the sale of its material subsidiary Pharmax to its another arm Max Estates for Rs60.73cr.

Tata Communications' Amur Swaminathan Lakshminarayanan appointed as MD and CEO for five years with effect from Nov. 26.

Rites' post OFS Government’s stake reduced from 87.4% to 77.4%.

Container Corporation of India has signed a settlement agreement with Kohinoor India by making a total payment of Rs9.18 lakh. Parties have also undertaken that they shall not file any other claim/ suit/ petition in any Court with respect to the dispute.

L&T Finance Holdings Board approved raising Rs60cr via non-convertible debentures.

Reliance Capital said there has been a delay in servicing obligations of NCDs due on Nov. 25-26.

BPCL: Moody's placed Baa2 rating on the review for downgrade on government stake sale.

Grasim Industries Board approved the draft scheme of amalgamation between Aditya Birla Solar and Aditya Birla Renewables.

Coffee Day Enterprises' Venu Madhav has been elevated as the Group Head- Strategy and M&A.

CARE Ratings has revised Simplex Infrastructures' long, short-term bank facilities and non-convertible debentures.

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