The Indian market is likely to open higher on Wednesday tracking positive trend seen in other Asian markets.
Cipla Ltd : Drug major CiplaBSE -1.63 % said the government has approved an investment by Mauritius-based FIL Capital Investments in its subsidiary, Cipla Health Ltd.
State Bank of India : The country’s largest, said bad loans are expected to increase in the last quarter of this financial year and affect its profitability.
HCL Technologies Ltd : HCL TechnologiesBSE -0.09 %, the Indian software developer led by billionaire Shiv Nadar, is planning to sell shares in the US this year, people with knowledge of the matter said, in what would be the first listing there by a large Indian company in more than eight years.
Bharti Airtel Ltd : The leading mobile operator in India and the third-largest globally by subscriber base, has announced top-level leadership changes in its Africa arm and has also rejigged the organisation design there to boost operational efficiencies.
Thomas Cook Ltd : Travel major Thomas CookBSE -0.26 % (India) has inked a pilot partnership with accommodation website Airbnb to offer unique stay experiences for Indian outbound travellers.
BPCL : State-owned Bharat PetroleumBSE 2.47 % Corp Ltd ( BPCLBSE 2.47 %) has received clearance from the Environment Ministry for a Rs 337-crore project at its Kochi Refinery in Kerala.
Bank of India : Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services said that it had revised its outlook on Bank of India to negative from stable.
Infosys : InfosysBSE -0.08 % Ltd is confident of achieving its ambitious target of hitting $20 billion in sales by 2020 despite the pall of economic gloom hanging over the Indian information technology (IT) industry, a top executive at the firm said in a media report.
Ashok Leyland Ltd : After almost eight years, the grand partnership between Ashok LeylandBSE -1.26 %, and the Japanese auto major Nissan Motor Company appears to have hit rocky roads with one issuing a legal notice, and the other serving termination intent for one of the joint venture firms, said a media report.
Just Dial Ltd : The company in a filing, informed the exchanges that its buy-back offer of 10.61 lakh equity shares would open for subscription on February 25, and close on March 10.