By Malvika Gurung
Investing.com -- Supriya Lifescience Ltd (NS: SPRL ): The pharmaceutical company will get listed on the Indian exchanges on Dec 28, with the final issue price set at Rs 274/share.
HDFC Bank (NS: HDBK ): The country’s biggest private lender has tied up with the state-owned India Post Payments Bank to offer its banking services in rural and semi-urban parts of the country. HDFC (NS: HDFC ) Bank has a deal to serve IPPB’s 4.7 crore customers, 90% of which reside in rural areas.
Siemens (NS: SIEM ): Siemens Project Ventures GmbH and a Tata Group company, TRIL Urban Transport entered into a joint venture to construct a 23.3 km Metro Line for Pune. The project has been awarded by the Pune Metropolitan Region Development Authority. The line will connect Hinjewadi Rajiv Gandhi Infotech Park to Shivajinagar through Balewadi.
Paras Defence and Space Technologies Ltd (NS: PRAF ): The premier defence R&D agency DRDO has selected the defence engineering company for handing the technology of border surveillance systems developed by DRDO.
HP Adhesives Ltd (NS: HPAD ): Saint Capital Fund, an investor of the adhesives and sealants company which got listed at a 15% premium on Dec 27, sold 2.64 shares at Rs 315 apiece and Moneywise Financial Services sold 1.6 lakh shares in the company.
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