FSSAI is taking samples of extra-sugar, cerelac in baby food: Vedanta’s profit decreased by 27% in the fourth quarter, Jio Cinema’s monthly premium plan for ₹ 29

Yesterday’s big news was related to Nestle. After it came to light that Nestle’s baby foods products contained extra sugar, the government has started investigating it. At the same time, the net profit of mining company Vedanta in Q4FY24 i.e. the fourth quarter of FY 2024 declined by 27.4% on an annual basis (YoY) to ₹ 2,273 crore. Apart from this, Jio Cinema has reduced its ad-free subscription plan to Rs 29 per month. Before tomorrow’s big news, today’s major events to keep an eye on… Now read tomorrow’s big news… 1. Food regulator collecting samples of Cerelac: Extra sugar was found in Nestle’s baby foods, heart worried. After it came to light that Nestle’s baby foods products contain extra sugar, the government has started investigating it. Food safety regulator FSSAI on Thursday said it is collecting samples of Nestle’s Cerelac baby food. FSSAI CEO G Kamala Vardhan Rao said that it will take 15-20 days to complete the process. In fact, a few days ago, Switzerland’s Public Eye and International Baby Food Action Network (IBFAN) had said in their report that Nestle adds extra sugar and honey in food products like baby milk and cerelac sold in countries of Asia and Africa including India. Is. Click here to read the full news 2. Mining company Vedanta’s fourth quarter profit declined by 27%: Income also fell by 6.4% to ₹ 35,509 crore, shares gave 42% return in the last one month. Mining company Vedanta Limited on Thursday (25 Released the results of Q4FY24 i.e. the fourth quarter of the financial year 2024 on April 2024. In the January-March quarter, the company’s net profit declined by 27.4% on an annual basis (YoY) to ₹ 2,273 crore. In the same quarter last year (Q4FY23), the company’s net profit was ₹3,132 crore. Whereas in the last quarter (Q3FY24) it was ₹2,868 crore. That means the company’s net profit on quarterly basis (QoQ) has declined by 20.47% in the fourth quarter. Click here to read full news 3. Jio Cinema’s monthly premium plan will now be available for ₹ 29: ‘Family’ plan for ₹ 89, it has the facility to watch ad-free content in 4K quality. Jio Cinema has announced its ad-free subscription plan. It has been reduced to Rs 29 per month. This facility is for one device only at a time. At the same time, for the ‘Family’ plan i.e. the facility of simultaneous login in 4 devices, users will have to pay ₹ 89 per month. Till now, for a plan with 4 members, one had to pay ₹ 99 every month and ₹ 999 for a year. The new plan is applicable from today i.e. 25th April. The company has issued a statement giving this information. About a year ago, Jio Cinema launched a premium subscription plan. Click here to read full news 4. Indigo orders 30 Airbus A350-900 aircraft: The airline will enter the wide-body aircraft segment, delivery will start from 2027 InterGlobe Aviation Limited i.e. Indigo has ordered to buy 30 Airbus A350-900 aircraft. Ordered for. Through this, budget airline Indigo will enter the wide-body aircraft segment. Today i.e. on April 25, the company has given this information in its exchange filing. The airline said that these aircraft are fitted with Rolls-Royce Trent XWB engines. IndiGo expects deliveries of these wide-body aircraft to begin from 2027. This will help the airline to expand its network. These aircraft are fuel efficient. Click here to read the full news 5. Tesla may start selling Optimus robot next year: Tesla’s humanoid robot ‘Optimus’ will be able to work in industries like warehousing, retail and manufacturing. It may be available for sale by the end of next year. Right now it is in the development phase. Company CEO Elon Musk said this on Tuesday. “I think Tesla is in the best position than any humanoid robot maker to reach mass production with efficient inference,” he said, referring to artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities. Click here to read full news 6. Jeep Wrangler facelift launched at ₹ 67.65 lakh: New design SUV to have advanced safety features like ADAS, competition with upcoming Mahindra 5 door Thar Jeep India today (April 25) launched its popular off-roader SUV. The facelift version of Jeep Wrangler has been launched in India. The company has introduced the facelifted model of Wrangler in the global market last year. Now it has been launched in the Indian market with cosmetic changes and feature upgrades. The car is now equipped with advanced safety features like ADAS. Wrangler is the first car in India to have Gorilla Glass windshield. Like before, the SUV is available in two variants – Unlimited and Rubicon. Its ex-showroom price starts from Rs 62.65 lakh and goes up to Rs 66.65 lakh for the top model. The car has now become costlier by Rs 5 lakh than its current model. Click here to read the full news. Also see who were the top 10 richest people in the world yesterday… Know the condition of tomorrow’s share market and gold and silver… Know the latest price of petrol, diesel and gas cylinder. Take it…

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