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Garware Polyester Ltd. The Compliance Manager, BSE Limited Corporate Relationship Department, Phiroze Jeejeebhoy Towers, Dalal Str e et , Mumbai 400001. Ref.: Scrip Code: 500655 Dear Sir/ Madam, GARWARE HOUSE, 50 - A, SWAMI NITYAN AND MARG, VILE PARLE (EAST), MUMBAl-400 057. TEL.: 91-22-6698 8000 ( 15 Lines) FAX: 2824 8155 / 66 February 05, 2021 Subject: Newspaper Pub lication - Complian ce un de r Re gulation 30 of the SEBI (Listing Obligations a nd Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015 Pursuant to Regulation 30 of the SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosures Requirements) Regulations, 2015 (" Listing Regulations"), please find enclosed herewith copies of financial results of the Company for the quarter and nine months ended December 31, 2020, published in the following newspapers today: 1. The Economic Times (Mumbai Edition) 2. The Mint (All India Edition) 3. The Free Press Journal (Mumbai Edition) 4. Maharashtra Times (Mumbai Edition) 5. Navshakti (Mumbai Edition) 6. Sanjay Warta (Aurangabad Edition) This is for your information and record . Thanking You Yours Faithfully For Garware Polyester Limi ted Awaneesh Srivastava Company Secretary Encl: as stated above f; \I REGD. OFFICE : NAIGAON, POST WALUJ, AURANGABAD 431 133. ~GAiiWAiiE?.. CIN No.: L 10889MH1957PLC010889 Website: www.garwarepoly.c om D. E. 2,500. 07/2020

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Garware Polyester Ltd.

The Compliance Manager, BSE Limited Corporate Relationship Department, Phiroze Jeejeebhoy Towers, Dalal Street, Mumbai 400001.

Ref.: Scrip Code: 500655

Dear Sir/ Madam,


TEL.: 91-22-6698 8000 ( 15 Lines) FAX: 2824 8155 / 66

February 05, 2021

Subject: Newspaper Publication - Compliance un der Regulation 30 of the SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015

Pursuant to Regulation 30 of the SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosures Requirements) Regulations, 2015 ("Listing Regulations"), please find enclosed herewith copies of financial results of the Company for the quarter and nine months ended December 31, 2020, published in the following newspapers today:

1. The Economic Times (Mumbai Edition) 2. The Mint (All India Edition) 3. The Free Press Journal (Mumbai Edition) 4. Maharashtra Times (Mumbai Edition) 5. Navshakti (Mumbai Edition) 6. Sanjay Warta (Aurangabad Edition)

This is for your information and record.

Thanking You

Yours Faithfully

For Garware Polyester Limit e d

Awaneesh Srivastava Company Secretary

Encl: as stated above

f; \I REGD. OFFICE : NAIGAON, POST WALUJ, AURANGABAD 431 133. ~GAiiWAiiE?.. CIN No.: L 10889MH1957PLC010889 Website:

D. E. 2,500. 07/2020

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[email protected]

Bharti Airtel—whichrecently declared that itsnetwork is 5G-ready—does not anticipate anymaterial change in its

capital expenditure with the adventof fifth-generation services, its CEOGopal Vittal said on Thursday.

Addressing an investor call afterannouncing a strong Q3 perform-ance, Vittal declined to comment onspecific timing when tariff rateswould go up, saying it is a competi-tive issue and based on marketdynamics, but did not rule out thepossibility of implementing hikes. “Ibelieve, we will be ready to take uptariffs if and when any player actu-ally moves tariffs, given that we arealready at a premium,” he said.

Vittal maintained that the indus-try needs tariff hike to nudge theaverage realization per user (Arpu)per month towards ₹200 initially,

and ₹300 eventually.“We would love to see tariffs go

up. This is obviously something thatindustry needs in order to generatea reasonably good return on capitaldeployed...this is what would berequired for the business model tosucceed,” Vittal said.

He added that the company will

shut down its copper infrastructurein a year or so, and only have fibre tothe home. “We the process ofrapidly upgrading our legacy cop-per assets completely to Fibre,” hesaid, terming it a “game-changingmove”. Outlining the company’sspectrum strategy, Vittal said BhartiAirtel is keen on a full footprint of

sub-GHz spectrum across the coun-try, even as it looks to balance a com-bination of capacity and renewals.

“There are many circles...wherewe don’t have a sub GHz spectrum,so we would love to have that. Thereare some renewals coming up on1,800 band, there is also somecapacity spectrum available on2,300 band where we already gotdeployed equipment...a combina-tion of capacity or renewal we willlook and balance it, and make surewe optimise what we do,” Vittal said.

His comments came at a timewhen the government has set theball rolling for the spectrum auc-tion, in which radio waves valued at₹3.92 trillion will be put on theblock. The auction in seven spec-trum bands for mobile servi-ces—700, 800, 900, 1,800, 2,100,2,300 and 2,500MHz bands—isscheduled to start from 1 March.

Bharti Airtel has logged net profitof ₹854 crore for December quarteragainst ₹1,035 crore loss a year ago.

Ready to raise tariffs if any

rival takes lead: Airtel CEO

Gopal Vittal noted that the industry needs tariff hike to nudge Arpu towards ₹300

Govt blocked

296 mobile

apps since

2014, says



Sanjay Dhotre

sales of chronic drugs. Themanagement in its investorconference call said that medi-cal representatives haveresumed fieldwork, withalmost all doctors restartingpractice but patient visits arestill 70-75% of pre-covid levels.

“India sales was bolstered bythe chronic portfolio whileacute remains weak, because offew doctor-patient visits,” ElaraSecurities (India) Pvt. Ltd saidabout Sun Pharma.

Lupin Ltd also showedgrowth because of its chronicportfolio. The company saidthat anti-diabetic, cardiac and

public in India. He added thatthe firm’s business has dou-bled compared to pre-covidlevels.

BigBasket is facing strongcompetition from AmazonFresh, Flipkart, Grofers andReliance Retail’s JioMart,which are upping their antein the much-contested e-gro-cery space. Even food deliv-ery platform, Swiggy, hasintroduced instant grocerydeliveries through its offer-ing, Instamart.

India’s online grocerybusiness was pegged at $3billion by management con-sultancy firm, Redseer. Withthe market charting anannual growth rate (CAGR)of 57%, this is expected toreach $18.2 billion by 2024,RedSeer said.

Leroy Leo

[email protected]


Covid-19 drugs andchronic drugs such asanti-diabetics shored

up domestic sales for pharma-ceutical companies in the Octo-ber-December quarter.

Consolidated net profits ofSun Pharmaceutical IndustriesLtd, Lupin Ltd and Cipla Ltdduring the quarter doubledfrom a year ago, with salesgrowth in India aided primarilyby chronic drugs for the firsttwo and covid-19 medicines forCipla. Dr Reddy’s Laboratorieshad a weak quarter comparedto the other three, primarilybecause of a ₹600 croreimpairment on certain prod-ucts it had acquired. However,its Indian operations postedstrong sales growth.

US sales growth of the fourIndian pharmaceutical giantsvaried between 3% and 7%, asthe market continued its recov-ery following the coronavirusoutbreak.

Sun Pharma posted domes-tic sales of ₹2,753 crore, up9.4% from a year ago as India’slargest drugmaker, aided by

central nervous system drugsregistered robust growth. Indiasales were up 5% at ₹1,370crore, with chronic drug sales,which make up 65% of thecompany’s domestic revenue,growing 12.9%.

“We remain positive on thelong-term outlook consideringstrong chronic presence inIndia and a decent US pipe-line,” ICICI Securities said.

Cipla’s strong performancein the Indian market during thequarter was aided primarily byits covid-19 drugs portfolio, butanalysts raised concerns overwhether or not it would con-tinue, especially as daily newcases in India are declining.

“With covid incidences inIndia on a significant decline,the covid portfolio shouldsharply taper off in Q4FY21,which should only be partiallyoffset by an increase in growthrates for base portfolio immi-nently. As Cipla has a largerdependence on acute drugscompared to peers, there is afair chance that base portfoliogrowth may take longer toreturn to normalcy,” VishalManchanda, an analyst at Nir-mal Bang Institutional Equi-ties, said in a report about Cipla.

Covid, chronic drugs drive domestic pharma sales in Q3

Consolidated net profits of

top pharma firms in Q3

doubled from a year ago. MINT

Airtel CEO Gopal Vittal said he does not anticipate any material change in

its capital expenditure with the advent of 5G services. RAMESH PATHANIA/MINT


The e-grocer posted losses of

₹709 crore in 2019-20. MINT

600 movies including Chris-topher Nolan’s Tenet, GalGadot starrer Wonder Woman1984, horror fantasy TheCraft: Legacy and Russian sci-ence fiction thriller Coma. Inthe next 9-12 months, Book-MyShow aims to offer up to2,000 films including Holly-

wood, Hindi,independent andforeign cinema.

A film on rentwill be availablefor 30 days andonce started,must be finishedviewing within48 hours. A titlecan be purchased

for six months or even longer.The service will be availablefor viewing on BookMy-Show’s mobile app and web-site as well as Apple TV,Android TV, Firestick,Chromecast and desktopbrowsers.

Lata Jha

[email protected]


Online ticketing siteBookMyShow on Fri-day will launch a pay-

per-view video streaming ser-vice, BookMyShow Stream,where moviescan be rented orb o u g h t f o r₹ 4 0 - 6 0 0depending onthe title.

BookMyShowhas tied up withAmerican stu-dios such as SonyPictures, WarnerBros and Universal Pictures,Indian production houses likeViacom18, Shemaroo and Raj-shri Productions as well asregional content providerslike Divo and Sillymonks forthe service.

At its launch, its library has

BMS set to roll out streaming service

BookMyShow Stream allows

users to rent or buy movies for ₹40-600

depending on the title

Tarush Bhalla

[email protected]


Online grocer BigBas-ket’s parent com-pany, Supermarket

Grocery Supplies Pvt. Ltd,saw its losses widen by 26% to₹709 crore in 2019-20 from₹562 crore in the previousfiscal, according to docu-ments sourced from businessinformation platform Tofler.

While total revenue grewto ₹3,818 crore in FY20 from₹2,802 crore in FY19,expenses jumped 31% to₹4,411 crore from ₹3,365crore during the period.

This comes at a time whenthe Tata group is in the finalstages of buying a majoritystake in BigBasket for $1.3billion, valuing the e-grocerat $1.6 billion, Mint reportedlast month.

The Tatas may pick thestake from existing share-holders, including Chineseretail giant Alibaba, besidesothers, and is also looking toinfuse fresh capital in Big-Basket. Goldman Sachs andMorgan Stanley wereappointed as bankers to thepotential deal.

In an industry event, Big-Basket co-founder and chiefexecutive Hari Menon saidthe company has plans to go

BigBasket’s FY20 losses widen 26% ahead of stake sale


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MUMBAI: The city crime branch has arrested fourpersons on Thursday for allegedly accepting betsillegally on horse races held in Kolkata. Acting on a tip-off crime branch unit 3 raided a flat in Matunga and

found four persons allegedly accepting and placing betsthrough an online portal. According to the police, theaccused where monitoring the races on YouTube andaccepting the bets for the same. -STAFF REPORTER

Four held for accepting bets on horse racing


MUMBAI/STATECourt refuses to accept closure reportagainst gangster Chhota Rajan, 5 others


1,619 more birds found dead


The Kurla police have ar-rested a 35-year-old man amonth after he allegedlyraped a 12-year-old girl fromhis vicinity. The accused(name withheld) who has asaloon in the same area al-legedly made a video clip ofthe incident, and threatenedthe girl with dire conse-quences if she disclosed theincident to anyone.

According to the police, theincident came to light lastweek when a relative of theaccused saw the video clip inhis mobile phone. Since hisrelative stays in the samearea, he immediately identi-fied the girl from his neigh-borhood and alerted the vic-tim's family members.

After learning about herdaughter's ordeal, motherapproached the Kurla policestation. Soon after the inci-dent was reported to the po-lice station, the police ar-rested the accused.


A total of 1,619 birds in-cluding 1,445 poultry birdsdied due to avian influenzain Maharashtra. The sam-ples are being sent to Na-tional Institute of High Se-curity Animal Diseases,Bhopal and Disease Investi-gation Section, Pune fortesting. A total of 20,372deaths of various birdshave been recorded till datesince January 8.

According to the depart-ment of animal husbandry,so far 72,170 poultry birds,44,686 eggs and 63,339 kgpoultry feed have been sci-entifically destroyed from

infected zones with a ra-dius of 1 km from the poul-try farms.

Surveillance work is con-tinued at the places wherepositive results have beenreported in other species ofbirds excluding poultry.The process of collection ofCloacal and oro-pharyngealswabs, dropping and serumsamples of the birds fromthe 1-10 km radius areafrom the infected zones willbe initiated after issuingthe sanitization certificate.


A special court designatedunder the MaharashtraControl of OrganizedCrime Act (MCOCA) has re-jected the CBI’s plea for thecourt to accept a closure re-port in a 2005 murder casein which former under-world don Chhota Rajanand five others are accused.

The CBI’s InvestigatingOfficer had submitted alongwith the closure report thatno strong case worth prose-cution is made out against

Chhota Rajan and other co-accused. The statements ofmaterial witnesses cannotbe treated as reliable andtrustworthy, the officer hadstated. Also, that mere busi-ness rivalry cannot be astrong motive for murder.

He had further pointedout that witnesses hadturned hostile in trialagainst the arrested ac-cused earlier. The courtsaid in its order while re-jecting the closure reportthat whether the witnessesare reliable and trustwor-thy can only be testified by

way of evidence.Special Judge AT

Wankhede went ahead andtook cognizance of the of-fences against the accused,concluding that there is suf-ficient material to proceedagainst the accused.

It said that the statementsof the witnesses clearlypoint out the involvement ofRajan and others in the of-fence. The fact that the wit-nesses turned hostile in thetrial against the arrestedaccused, it said, is not suffi-cient to accept the report ofthe IO of the CBI.


Acquitting four persons ina case of assaulting andthreatening an on-duty po-lice station incharge in2015, a sessions court point-ed out several discrepan-cies in the evidence of po-lice before it and said thattheir evidence does not in-spire confidence.

As per the complaint filedby Swati Khedkar who wasincharge of Nehru Nagarpolice station, on January18, 2015, the four personsZubeda Nisar, FebinShaikh, Nisar Ahmed andKadar Shaikh had comeinto her cabin. Zubeda hadquestioned Khedkar whyher brother Arif Shaikhhad been brought to the

station. Khedkar had ex-plained that he wasbrought in connection witha motor accident case inwhich he had not paid thefine. Zubeda had allegedlystarted shouting, caughtKhedkar’s collar andslapped her while Febinhad scuffled and the othertwo had threatened her.

The prosecution had ex-amined five witnesses, ofwhich four were police andan independent witnesswho did not support itscase. Adhoc Assistant Ses-sions Judge CP Jain said inher judgment that if the ev-idence is minutely scruti-nized, it will reflect thatthere is no consistency inthe oral evidence of all theprosecution witnesses.


The Kandivali police ar-rested the manager of afactory after a 19-year-oldyouth working there diedafter drinking thinner in-stead of water at the facto-ry recently. During the in-vestigation it was revealedthat the water bottle wasplaced exactly besides thethinner bottle whichcaused the confusion. Themanager is identified asBaburam Verma, 28, whowas arrested for causingdeath by negligence.

The incident took placeon January 24, whenKashinath Yakappa a la-borer along with anotherworker was doing a paintjob at the factory. Acci-dently they both drankthinner instead of water.According to the police,Yakappa fell unconsciouswhile the other employeedid not suffered much. Hewas rushed to the nearbyhospital for treatmenthowever, he did not sur-vive and died during treat-ment the next day, said po-lice.


Now, cops launch ‘Mrityunjay Doot’ initiative to save accident victims


Maharashtra Highway Po-lice will be launching astatewide initiative Mri-tyunjay Doot across all na-tional and State highwaysin Maharashtra. As part ofthis initiative, the policewill rope in local villagers,dhaba walas, petrol pumpwalas, doctors and hospi-tals to make optimum use ofthe golden hour in case ofan accident. The police willalso be providing trainingto the locals on how to ad-minister first aid in case ofan accident. The police in-tend to prepare 1,500 peopleas Doots across the state.This initiative is launchedwith an intention to bringdown fatal accidents on thehighways.

"Whenever an accidenttakes place, the most impor-tant thing that comes intoplay is the Golden Hour. Itis the most precious hour inwhich the injured has to be

administered medical treat-ment. Currently, it takesanywhere around 90 min-utes to two hours to rush aninjured to a medical carecentre. Also, we have seenthat locals who mostly actas first responders do notknow what are the basicfirst aid and medical stepsthat need to be followed tosave an injured person. Ourtarget is to bring down thefatal accidents by ten percent. From March, wewould start an initiative

known as Mrityunjay Dootacross the state wherein wewould work towards bring-ing down the numbers ofdeath in accident cases,"said additional directorgeneral of police, statehighway traffic, Dr BKUpadhyay.

Explaining more aboutthis initiative, Dr Upad-hyay said, "Under this ini-tiative we would rope inhighway police, local po-lice, local government bod-ies, health department offi-

cials, dhaba walas, tollnaka walas, petrol pumpstaffers and villagers whowould work as MrityunjayDoots. We will give thembasic training on how to re-spond when there is an ac-cident and would also pro-vide stretchers to themwhich they can use duringan emergency. We intend tocreate a force of 1500 Mri-tyunjay Doots and wouldalso provide I-Cards tothem and we would also ap-preciate and reward theirwork. I would also like toinform you that anyonewho helps an injured per-son will not be harassed ei-ther by the police or by thehospital."

As per the police, most fa-tal accident cases are wit-nessed in Nashik, Pune,Ahmednagar, Solapur andLatur. There are 98 nationalhighways and 378 statehighways which are cur-rently being manned by3000 police personnel fromthe highway police.

Highway Traffic Police aims to bring down accident fatalities by 10% through this plan

8-yrs-jail term for man whostabbed wife for eating curd


A sessions court on Mon-day sentenced a 39-year-oldman to eight years rigor-ous imprisonment for stab-bing his wife with akitchen knife in her ab-domen for eating curd.

Additional SessionsJudge Sanjashree J. Gharatwhile deciding the quan-tum of sentence said in herjudgment that the offenceproved against Sachin Mal-ore is serious in nature.While showing leniency tothe accused, the sufferingsof the victim cannot be ig-nored, the judge stated.

“The accused stabbed hisown wife on petty ground,”the court said, but consid-ered that the incident tookplace in a rage of angerand spur of moment andwas not premeditated. Thecourt also considered thathe has no criminal an-tecedents and had been incustody after his arrest in2017 for three years.

During the trial, his wifeRanjana Malore had de-

posed before the court howher husband, an alcoholic,would pick quarrels andbeat her over trivial issues.On September 9, 2017, thefamily had returned fromtheir native place. Ran-jana’s mother had packedher some curd, which shewas eating, when her hus-band picked a fight withher over eating it andstabbed her with a kitchenknife. She raised an alarmand her landlord’s son-in-law, who lived above, cameto her rescue. Her husbandfled. She then made aphone call with the help ofthe man to her elder sisterwho resides nearby. Hersister then covered herstomach with a towel andtook her to Sion hospital.The hospital informed thepolice and a complaint waslodged.

While showing leniency to the accused, the sufferingsof the victim cannot be ignored, stated the judge


Court acquits 4, says evidence ofcops does not inspire confidence

Man held forraping minor,making video

Youth dies after accidently drinkingthinner instead water, manager held

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