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Chambal Fertilisers and Chemicals Ltd (CHMB.NS)

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

India's Chambal Fertilisers And Chemicals Dec-Qtr Profit Rises
Thursday, 31 Jan 2019 

Jan 31 (Reuters) - Chambal Fertilisers and Chemicals Ltd ::DEC QUARTER PROFIT 1.53 BILLION RUPEES VERSUS 1.49 BILLION RUPEES YEAR AGO.DEC QUARTER REVENUE FROM OPERATIONS 28.07 BILLION RUPEES VERSUS 23.30 BILLION RUPEES YEAR AGO.  Full Article

India's Chambal Fertilisers And Chemicals Sept-Qtr Profit Rises
Monday, 29 Oct 2018 

Oct 29 (Reuters) - Chambal Fertilisers and Chemicals Ltd ::SEPT QUARTER PROFIT 1.45 BILLION RUPEES VERSUS 1.41 BILLION RUPEES YEAR AGO.SEPT QUARTER REVENUE FROM OPERATIONS 24.86 BILLION RUPEES VERSUS 21.08 BILLION RUPEES YEAR AGO.  Full Article

Chambal Fertilisers & Chemicals Says Unit Inuva Wound Up
Wednesday, 11 Jul 2018 

July 11 (Reuters) - Chambal Fertilisers and Chemicals Ltd ::CHAMBAL FERTILISERS AND CHEMICALS LTD - INFORMED BY UNIT INUVA THAT ITS BOARD APPROVED VOLUNTARY WINDING UP OF INUVA UNDER BANKRUPTCY PROCEEDINGS.  Full Article

India's Chambal Fertilisers and Chemicals Sept-qtr profit up about 11 pct
Tuesday, 24 Oct 2017 

Oct 24 (Reuters) - Chambal Fertilisers And Chemicals Ltd ::Sept quarter profit 1.41 billion rupees versus profit of 1.27 billion rupees last year.Sept quarter revenue from operations 20.96 billion rupees versus 21.70 billion rupees last year.  Full Article

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Exclusive: India likely to overshoot fertiliser aid bill by 300 billion rupees, banks may chip in - sources

NEW DELHI/MUMBAI India is likely to overshoot its fertiliser subsidy bill for this financial year by 300 billion rupees (£3.3 billion), three sources with direct knowledge of the matter said, and the government could tap state banks to fund the extra spending.