Thomas Cook (India) Ltd, a travel and financial services company, said it launched nine foreign exchange and travel counters at the newly opened Terminal 3 in the New Delhi International Airport.
The one stop shop counters by Thomas Cook will not only offer foreign exchange services to the passengers but also all the products and services such as insurance, air and rail tickets, domestic and international travel packages and hotel bookings.
On Tuesday, Thomas Cook shares closed 3.3% up at Rs63 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the Sensex ended at 1% up at 17,614 points.
Chandigarh-based Beckons Industries Ltd said it signed an agreement with Hong Kong-based Jilani International for transfer of its algae technology to south Asian countries such as China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore and British Indian Ocean territory. No financial details were provided.
According to the agreement, Jilani will also participate financially in the promotion of this technology. Algae oil is the main feedstock to produce green biofuel (biodiesel and bioject fuel). Beckons Technology will not only help in producing alternate sources of energy, but also generate tax free carbon credits and reduce the threat of global warming, the company said in a regulatory filing.
On Tuesday, Beckons Industries shares closed 3.3% down at Rs7 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the Sensex ended at 1% up at 17,614 points.
State-run National Thermal Power Corp Ltd (NTPC) said it signed production sharing contracts (PSCs) with the government of India for oil and gas exploration blocks awarded under eighth round of bidding under the new exploration licensing policy (NELP-VIII).
NTPC will have a 100% participating interest and operate an onland block in the Cambay basin in western India, while it will hold a 10% interest in three other blocks in other regions, the company said in a regulatory filing.
On Tuesday, NTPC shares closed 0.6% up at Rs201 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the Sensex ended at 1% higher at 17,614 points.