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Indian Hotels Company Ltd (IHTL.NS)

IHTL.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

135.95INR
23 Aug 2019
Change (% chg)

Rs9.80 (+7.77%)
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Rs126.15
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Volume
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Rs164.30
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Rs109.30

Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Indian Hotels Company Posts June-Qtr PAT
Monday, 5 Aug 2019 

Aug 5 (Reuters) - Indian Hotels Company Ltd ::JUNE QUARTER PAT 224.5 MILLION RUPEES VERSUS LOSS OF 167.5 MILLION RUPEES YEAR AGO.JUNE QUARTER REVENUE FROM OPERATIONS 5.72 BILLION RUPEES VERSUS 5.65 BILLION RUPEES YEAR AGO.  Full Article

Oriental Hotels Terminates MoU With Dodla International Ltd
Friday, 30 Nov 2018 

Nov 30 (Reuters) - Oriental Hotels Ltd ::TERMINATES MOU BETWEEN CO AND DODLA INTERNATIONAL LTD.MOU PERTAINED TO LICENSING ARRANGEMENT OF HOTEL UNIT AT TRIVANDRUM.DUE TO TERMINATION OF MOU, HOTEL OPERATING AGREEMENT WITH INDIAN HOTELS COMPANY WILL ALSO END EFFECTIVE APRIL 01,2019.  Full Article

Indian Hotels Company Signs New Taj Hotel In Dubai In Partnership With Ithra Dubai
Tuesday, 18 Sep 2018 

Sept 18 (Reuters) - Indian Hotels Company Ltd ::SIGNS NEW TAJ HOTEL IN DUBAI IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ITHRA DUBAI.  Full Article

Indian Hotels Company March-qtr Profit Rises
Friday, 25 May 2018 

May 25 (Reuters) - Indian Hotels Company Ltd ::RECOMMENDED DIVIDEND OF 0.40 RUPEES PER SHARE.MARCH QUARTER PROFIT 653.7 MILLION RUPEES VERSUS PROFIT 349.5 MILLION RUPEES YEAR AGO.MARCH QUARTER REVENUE FROM OPERATIONS 7.86 BILLION RUPEES VERSUS 7.10 BILLION RUPEES YEAR AGO.  Full Article

Indian Hotels Company Sept-qtr consol loss widens
Monday, 13 Nov 2017 

Nov 13 (Reuters) - Indian Hotels Company Ltd :Sept quarter consol loss 576.7 million rupees versus loss of 267.6 million rupees last year.Sept quarter consol revenue from operations 8.52 billion rupees versus 8.87 billion rupees last year.  Full Article

Sri Lanka tourism industry begins to recover after attacks, election is next hurdle

COLOMBO, Aug 9 Sri Lanka's tourism industry, badly hurt by Easter day bombings, is showing signs of gradual recovery, industry executives say, although a national election later this year is likely to weigh on holiday season arrivals.