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India's J.Kumar Infraprojects Sept-Quarter Profit Rises
J Kumar Infraprojects Gets Order Worth 15.40 Bln Rupees
India's J Kumar Infraprojects June-Qtr Profit Rises
J. Kumar Infraprojects Limited is engaged in construction activities. The Company designs and constructs roads, bridges, flyovers, subways, over bridges, skywalks and railway terminus/stations, among others. The Company's offerings in civil construction segment include office/commercial buildings, sports complexes and swimming pools. In Irrigation Projects segment, the Company builds dams, canals, aqueducts and irrigation tanks, and spillways. The Company has approximately 20 hydraulic piling rigs, which are used to build pile foundations for buildings and flyovers, marine structures and offshore platforms. Its Piling segment caters to various real estate and infrastructure companies. The Company's projects include Underground Metro CC-24, Delhi Metro Tunnel, Ahmedabad Metro, Balewadi Bridge and Dhankawadi Flyover. Its other projects include Kapurbawadi Flyover, Kherwadi Flyover, Amarmahal Flyover, Amarmahal Flyover, Thakur Flyover, Bhivandi Flyover and Aurangabad Flyover.
Veera Desai Road
Andheri Industrial Estate, Andheri (W)
Jagdishkumar M. Gupta
Executive Chairman of the Board, Managing Director
Chief Financial Officer
Compliance Officer, Company Secretary
Kamal Jagdish Gupta
Nalin Jagdish Gupta
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Indian stock indexes hit record highs on Tuesday, buoyed by energy and IT shares and positive cues from global markets after the United States and Mexico agreed to overhaul the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Indian shares rose to record highs on Wednesday as banks soared after the federal cabinet unveiled a $32.4 billion recapitalisation plan, while construction stocks rallied after the government approved an $82.2 billion investment plan.
Indian shares fell over 1 percent on Friday and were headed for their first weekly loss in six, tracking global markets as escalating tensions between the United States and North Korea continued to drive investors away from risk assets.
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