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Stocks in the news: M&M, Union Bank, Gayatri Projects, Gati, United Bank, Havells, NOCIL

Mahindra and Mahindra | Union Bank of India | Gayatri Projects | Mahindra Lifespace | United Bank of India | Bank of Maharashtra | Indian Bank | Gati | HCL Infosystems | Granules India | Havells India | Hindustan Zinc | NOCIL and Tata Teleservices are stocks, which are in the news today.

Here are stocks that are in news today:

Results today: Havells India, Hindustan Zinc, NOCIL, Tinplate, Zuari Agro Chemical, Zuari Global, Ashika Credit, Auto Stampings, Binny, Gem Spinners, Global Education, Graphite India, Hind Everest, Indiabulls Housing, Integra Telecom, Jasch Ind, Kome-On Communication, MPS, Net 4 India, Oriental Hotels, Tecil Chemicals

-Approves scheme of arrangement between Mahindra Two Wheelers & M&M
-Mumbai Bench of NCLT sanctions scheme of amalgamation of Defence Land Systems India with Mahindra Defence System

Hindustan Unilever in focus: Parent Unilever reports results
-Commentary on India: Volume growth improved after GST implementation
-CEO Paul Polman says starting to see signs of improvement in India and China
Alert: HUL Q2 Results on October 25, 2017

Dr Reddy's Labs in focus
-US Court rules that patent for contraception device NuvaRing’s expiring on April 8, 2018 is valid
-Assumption now is all generic filers including Dr Reddy's Labs can launch post April 2018, subject to approval
-Product worth is USD 780 million in branded sales

Other stocks and sectors that are in news today:
-Indian Energy Exchange to list today
-Union Bank Of India says investment by Dai-Ichi Life Holding Inc., Japan in Union Asset Management Company Private Limited through Compulsorily Convertible Preference Shares
-Gayatri Projects - NCLT, Hyderabad Bench at its hearing held on October 10 has passed an order for admission under the provisions of Insolvency and Bankruptcy code
-Gayatri Projects to create separate by spinning off its seven toll road businesses: FE
-Mahindra Lifespace Developers announces JV with HDFC Capital Affordable Real Estate Fund-1 to develop affordable housing projects in India
-United Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra, Indian Bank in focus - Government to sell stake in 8 public sector banks: FE
-Gati in focus - Greenko Group in talks to acquire Gati Infrastructure's hydro-electric project: Mint
-HCL Infosystems board Approves Rs 499 crore fund raising via rights issue
-Dr Reddy's Labs recalls Famotidine tablets from the US market
-Future Group is in an advanced stage of buying out the franchise rights of British retail chain WHSmith in India from Travel News Services India: ET
-Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra) board approves raising up to Rs 20,000 crore via securities
-Aurobindo Pharma gets USFDA approval for Albuterol Sulfate inhaler, used for lung problems
-Aurobindo Pharma gets USFDA approval for Fluphenazine Decanoate, an injection for dementia
-Granules gets USFDA approval for Prasugrel generic, used to prevent blood clots
-Sri Lanka plans to restrict import of three-wheeler taxis mostly supplied by Bajaj Auto-Hero MotoCorp sells over 3 lakh units on Dhanteras day; in September, company sold more than 7 lakh units for the first time


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