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'Venky S' - 36 News Result(s)

  • Blackburn Rovers Falls To New Low Since 1980, Owners Venky's Say 'Deeply Hurt'

    Blackburn Rovers Falls To New Low Since 1980, Owners Venky's Say 'Deeply Hurt'

    Indian owners Venky's, who purchased Blackburn Rovers when they were still in the Premier League in 2010, have presided over a string of disastrous decisions, from the moment they announced their arrival by sacking of manager Sam Allardyce.

  • Venky's India Surges 19%, Hits 52-Week High On Strong Q3 Earnings

    Venky's India Surges 19%, Hits 52-Week High On Strong Q3 Earnings

    Venky's India shares have gained 48 per cent in last one month and 170 per cent in the last one year.

  • India-Born Nobel Laureate Venkatraman Ramakrishnan to Head Prestigious Royal Society

    India-Born Nobel Laureate Venkatraman Ramakrishnan to Head Prestigious Royal Society

    Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, the Indian-American scientist whose pioneering work in molecular biology won him the 2009 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, will head the prestigious Royal Society, a communion of the many of the world's most distinguished scientists.

  • Blackburn face Championship promotion pressure

    Blackburn face Championship promotion pressure

    Blackburn midfielder David Dunn admits Rovers boss Steve Kean and his players are under intense pressure from the club's Indian owners Venky's to secure an immediate return to the Premier League.

  • Blackburn Rovers not for sale, say Venky's

    Blackburn Rovers not for sale, say Venky's

    Blackburn Rovers are not for sale, the Indian owners of the club insisted on Thursday following the team's relegation from English football's lucrative Premier League.

  • Blackburn and Venky's: Five reasons they're in the news

    Blackburn and Venky's: Five reasons they're in the news

    Blackburn Rovers were this week relegated from the English Premier League but the club's agony is yet to end. The club, owned by India's Venky's group, continues to be in the news for the wrong reasons with the latest being the owners' dismissal of the club's deputy chief executive Paul Hunt.

  • Venky's planning to sell off Blackburn Rovers?

    Venky's planning to sell off Blackburn Rovers?

    They haven't had the best of times since taking over the English Premier League club, Blackburn Rovers, and if reports are to be believed Venky's, the Indian owners of the English side, are already considering selling off the club less than two years after buying it for 23 million pounds in November 2012.

  • Venky's duck press over Blackburn relegation

    Venky's duck press over Blackburn relegation

    The Indian owners of relegated Premier League club Blackburn Rovers, chicken farm operators Venky's, ducked the media on Tuesday amid a storm of criticism of their disastrous 18-month management.

  • Blackburn owners Venky's deny blame for Samba sale

    Blackburn owners Venky's deny blame for Samba sale

    Venky's, the Indian poultry and pharmaceutical firm that owns Premier League strugglers Blackurn Rovers, have denied they want to sell other players following the exit of Christopher Samba.

  • VENKY'S (INDIA) LTD. - Clarification

    With reference to the Increase in Trade Volumes, Venkys (India) Ltd has clarified to BSE that the Company does not have any information / announcement (including pending announcement), which may have bearing on the price behavior and volume of transactions of the scrip.

  • VENKY'S (INDIA) LTD. - Demise of Director

    Venkys (India) Ltd has informed BSE that Mr. B. G. Deshmukh, Director of the Company, passed away on August 07, 2011.

  • VENKY'S (INDIA) LTD. - Fixes Book Closure for Dividend & AGM

    Venkys (India) Ltd has informed BSE that the Register of Members & Share Transfer Books of the Company will remain closed from August 01, 2011 to August 05, 2011 (both days inclusive) for the purpose of Payment of Dividend & 35th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Company to be held on August 05, 2011.

  • Venky's India reports 32.61 decline in profits

      Venky`s (India) has posted a 32.61 per cent decrease in net profit of Rs 9.61 crore for Q2 FY2011-12, as compared to Rs 14.26 crore for the quarter ended September 30, 2010. Total income has increased from Rs 204 crore for the July-September quarter last year to Rs 241 crore for this quarter, reflecting a rise of 18.14 p...

  • Venky's India net profit rises 164.20% in the year ended March 2010

    Sales rise 23.93% to Rs 705.47 croreNet profit of Venky's India rose 164.20% to Rs 54.32 crore in the year ended March 2010 as against Rs 20.56 crore during the previous year ended March 2009. Sales rose 23.93% to 705.47 crore in the year ended March 2010 as against Rs 569.26 crore during the previous year ended March 2009.

  • Venky's India net profit rises 85.39% in the December 2009 quarter

    Sales rise 16.52% to Rs 175.31 croreNet profit of Venky's India rose 85.39% to Rs 13.20 crore in the quarter ended December 2009 as against Rs 7.12 crore during the previous quarter ended December 2008. Sales rose 16.52% to Rs 175.31 crore in the quarter ended December 2009 as against Rs 150.46 crore during the previous quarter ended December 2008....

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  • Blackburn Rovers Falls To New Low Since 1980, Owners Venky's Say 'Deeply Hurt'

    Blackburn Rovers Falls To New Low Since 1980, Owners Venky's Say 'Deeply Hurt'

    Indian owners Venky's, who purchased Blackburn Rovers when they were still in the Premier League in 2010, have presided over a string of disastrous decisions, from the moment they announced their arrival by sacking of manager Sam Allardyce.

  • Venky's India Surges 19%, Hits 52-Week High On Strong Q3 Earnings

    Venky's India Surges 19%, Hits 52-Week High On Strong Q3 Earnings

    Venky's India shares have gained 48 per cent in last one month and 170 per cent in the last one year.

  • India-Born Nobel Laureate Venkatraman Ramakrishnan to Head Prestigious Royal Society

    India-Born Nobel Laureate Venkatraman Ramakrishnan to Head Prestigious Royal Society

    Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, the Indian-American scientist whose pioneering work in molecular biology won him the 2009 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, will head the prestigious Royal Society, a communion of the many of the world's most distinguished scientists.

  • Blackburn face Championship promotion pressure

    Blackburn face Championship promotion pressure

    Blackburn midfielder David Dunn admits Rovers boss Steve Kean and his players are under intense pressure from the club's Indian owners Venky's to secure an immediate return to the Premier League.

  • Blackburn Rovers not for sale, say Venky's

    Blackburn Rovers not for sale, say Venky's

    Blackburn Rovers are not for sale, the Indian owners of the club insisted on Thursday following the team's relegation from English football's lucrative Premier League.

  • Blackburn and Venky's: Five reasons they're in the news

    Blackburn and Venky's: Five reasons they're in the news

    Blackburn Rovers were this week relegated from the English Premier League but the club's agony is yet to end. The club, owned by India's Venky's group, continues to be in the news for the wrong reasons with the latest being the owners' dismissal of the club's deputy chief executive Paul Hunt.

  • Venky's planning to sell off Blackburn Rovers?

    Venky's planning to sell off Blackburn Rovers?

    They haven't had the best of times since taking over the English Premier League club, Blackburn Rovers, and if reports are to be believed Venky's, the Indian owners of the English side, are already considering selling off the club less than two years after buying it for 23 million pounds in November 2012.

  • Venky's duck press over Blackburn relegation

    Venky's duck press over Blackburn relegation

    The Indian owners of relegated Premier League club Blackburn Rovers, chicken farm operators Venky's, ducked the media on Tuesday amid a storm of criticism of their disastrous 18-month management.

  • Blackburn owners Venky's deny blame for Samba sale

    Blackburn owners Venky's deny blame for Samba sale

    Venky's, the Indian poultry and pharmaceutical firm that owns Premier League strugglers Blackurn Rovers, have denied they want to sell other players following the exit of Christopher Samba.

  • VENKY'S (INDIA) LTD. - Clarification

    With reference to the Increase in Trade Volumes, Venkys (India) Ltd has clarified to BSE that the Company does not have any information / announcement (including pending announcement), which may have bearing on the price behavior and volume of transactions of the scrip.

  • VENKY'S (INDIA) LTD. - Demise of Director

    Venkys (India) Ltd has informed BSE that Mr. B. G. Deshmukh, Director of the Company, passed away on August 07, 2011.

  • VENKY'S (INDIA) LTD. - Fixes Book Closure for Dividend & AGM

    Venkys (India) Ltd has informed BSE that the Register of Members & Share Transfer Books of the Company will remain closed from August 01, 2011 to August 05, 2011 (both days inclusive) for the purpose of Payment of Dividend & 35th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Company to be held on August 05, 2011.

  • Venky's India reports 32.61 decline in profits

      Venky`s (India) has posted a 32.61 per cent decrease in net profit of Rs 9.61 crore for Q2 FY2011-12, as compared to Rs 14.26 crore for the quarter ended September 30, 2010. Total income has increased from Rs 204 crore for the July-September quarter last year to Rs 241 crore for this quarter, reflecting a rise of 18.14 p...

  • Venky's India net profit rises 164.20% in the year ended March 2010

    Sales rise 23.93% to Rs 705.47 croreNet profit of Venky's India rose 164.20% to Rs 54.32 crore in the year ended March 2010 as against Rs 20.56 crore during the previous year ended March 2009. Sales rose 23.93% to 705.47 crore in the year ended March 2010 as against Rs 569.26 crore during the previous year ended March 2009.

  • Venky's India net profit rises 85.39% in the December 2009 quarter

    Sales rise 16.52% to Rs 175.31 croreNet profit of Venky's India rose 85.39% to Rs 13.20 crore in the quarter ended December 2009 as against Rs 7.12 crore during the previous quarter ended December 2008. Sales rose 16.52% to Rs 175.31 crore in the quarter ended December 2009 as against Rs 150.46 crore during the previous quarter ended December 2008....

  • Venky's India net profit rises 85.39% in the December 2009 quarter

    Sales rise 16.52% to Rs 175.31 croreNet profit of Venky's India rose 85.39% to Rs 13.20 crore in the quarter ended December 2009 as against Rs 7.12 crore during the previous quarter ended December 2008. Sales rose 16.52% to Rs 175.31 crore in the quarter ended December 2009 as against Rs 150.46 crore during the previous quarter ended December 2008....

  • Venky's (India) net profit rises 14.77% in the June 2009 quarter

    Net profit of Venky's (India) rose 14.77% to Rs 11.11 crore in the quarter ended June 2009 as against Rs 9.68 crore during the previous quarter ended June 2008. Sales rose 19.98% to Rs 169.61 crore in the quarter ended June 2009 as against Rs 141.37 crore during the previous quarter ended June 2008. ParticularsQuarter Ended Jun. 2009Jun. 2008% Var...

  • Venky's India reports net profit of Rs 8.42 crore in the September 2009 quarter

    Sales rise 30.42% to Rs 162.15 croreVenky's India reported net profit of Rs 8.42 crore in the quarter ended September 2009 as against net loss of Rs 3.55 crore during the previous quarter ended September 2008. Sales rose 30.42% to Rs 162.15 crore in the quarter ended September 2009 as against Rs 124.33 crore during the previous quarter ended Septem...

  • EXCLUSIVE: Venky's not looking at stake sale, CFO says

    MUMBAI, SEPTEMBER 13: Poultry processor Venky's (India) Ltd has no plan to sell stake to any other company and reports in this regard are baseless, Chief Financial Officer A.G. Bauskar told TickerNews Service on Thursday. There has been market talk that the company is likely to sell strategic stake to a foreign company, which has led to a near 38...

  • Venky's (India) Limited - Updates

    Venky'S (India) Limited has submitted to the Exchange a information pursuant to Clause 20 of the Listing Agreement.

  • Venky's (India) Limited - Dividend

    Venky'S (India) Limited has informed the Exchange that the Board of Directors of the Company at their meeting held on May 25, 2010 has recommended a dividend of Rs.4 per equity share (40%) for the year ended March 31, 2010 (previous year Rs.3.50 per equity share ), subject to the approval of shareholders at the ensuing Annual General ...

  • Venky's deny talk of Blackburn sale

    Venky's deny talk of Blackburn sale

    Indian poultry giants Venky's have denied reports they are planning to sell struggling English Premier League club Blackburn Rovers.

  • Venky`s Xprs chain likely to open 100 outlets across the country

    Venky`s Xprs chain likely to open 100 outlets across the country

    The company is expected to spend Rs 250 crore on setting up these outlets

  • Give Venky's some time to produce results: Ryan Nelsen

    Give Venky's some time to produce results: Ryan Nelsen

    Blackburn Rovers captain and veteran defender Ryan Nelsen feels the new owners should be given some time before results are expected from the English Premier League side.

  • ICRA reaffirms rating of Venky’s India’s bank facilities

    Most of the charges in the FIR would be drawn from the findings of the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) report, sources said.

  • Blackburn fans: Venky's chicken ad has made us a laughing stock

    Blackburn fans: Venky's chicken ad has made us a laughing stock

    Blackburn Rovers fans have cried foul at a new television advertisement to promote the Indian owners' chicken products, complaining that it has turned the Premier League team into a laughing stock.

  • Blackburn Rovers to play in India

    Blackburn Rovers to play in India

    Blackburn Rovers, who were bought by Venky's last November, will be the first English Premier League team to play in India. The Blackburn players are visiting on July 23 to participate in the finals of a four-city mini tournament for under-16 boys to be held in Pune. The tournament will be held in the four cities - Goa, Kolkata, Mumbai and Pune.

  • Blackburn's Indian owners back Kean

    Blackburn's Indian owners back Kean

    Blackburn owners Venky's on Monday denied manager Steve Kean's job is under threat after a run of three Premier League defeats in four matches.

  • Year 2010: Top 5 'Goose Bump' Moments In Sport

    Year 2010: Top 5 'Goose Bump' Moments In Sport

  • Venky's complete Blackburn Rovers takeover

    Venky's complete Blackburn Rovers takeover

    Poultry giant Venky's on Friday became the first Indian company to own an English Premier League club when it completed the takeover of Blackburn Rovers for USD 36.8 million.

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