ICICI Bank’s net profit increased by 17.4%: 1 crore jobs on government portal, 87 lakh applications received, MDH and Everest will be investigated in America also

Yesterday’s big news was related to ICICI Bank. The private bank released the results of Q4FY24 i.e. the fourth quarter of financial year 2024. In the January-March quarter, the bank’s net profit increased by 17.4% on annual basis (YoY) to ₹10,708 crore. At the same time, the government job portal National Career Service (NCS) said that in the financial year 2023-24, there were more jobs than job seekers i.e. applicants. During this period, there were 1 crore 9 lakh 24 thousand 161 vacancies on the portal, while 87 lakh 27 thousand 900 people applied. Before tomorrow’s big news, today’s major events to keep an eye on… Now read tomorrow’s big news… 1. ICICI Bank’s fourth-quarter net profit increased by 17.4% to ₹ 10,708 crore: Interest income ₹ 19,093. The bank will give a dividend of ₹ 10 per share. Private bank ICICI on Saturday (April 27) released the results of Q4FY24 i.e. the fourth quarter of the financial year 2024. In the January-March quarter, the bank’s net profit increased by 17.4% on annual basis (YoY) to ₹10,708 crore. The net profit of the bank in the same quarter last year (Q4FY23) was ₹9,122 crore. In the fourth quarter, the bank’s Net Interest Income (NII) increased by 8.1% on year-on-year (YoY) basis to Rs 19,093 crore. Click here to read full news 2. 1 crore jobs, 87 lakh applications received on government portal: This data is for 2023-24; There were 34.81 lakh vacancies on the job portal in 2022-23. The government job portal National Career Service (NCS) has said a big thing about jobs in the country. According to NCS data, in the financial year 2023-24, jobs were more than job seekers i.e. applicants. During this period, there were 1 crore 9 lakh 24 thousand 161 vacancies on the portal, while 87 lakh 27 thousand 900 people applied. NCS data also shows that triple the number of jobs (214%) came in 2023-24 as compared to 2022-23. According to the data, there were 34 lakh 81 thousand 944 jobs in the financial year 2022-23, which increased to 1 crore 9 lakh 24 thousand 161 in 2023-24. Click here to read the full news 3. After Singapore-Hong Kong, investigation of MDH and Everest in America: US food regulator is gathering information, allegations of cancer causing chemicals being found in spices Some spices are banned in MDH and Everest of Singapore and Hong Kong. After doing so, now the American Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) is also gathering information in this matter. An FDA spokesperson told Reuters that we are aware of the ongoing reports regarding MDH and Everest, and are gathering more information. After the ban in Hong Kong and Singapore, Indian food safety regulator FSSAI is also investigating the spices of both the companies. MDH and Everest spices are very popular in India and are also sold in Europe, Asia and North America. Click here to read full news 4. Fall in gold and silver this week: Gold fell below ₹ 72 and a half thousand, silver also fell at ₹ 81,374 per kg. This week there has been a decline in the prices of gold and silver. According to the website of India Bullion and Jewelers Association (IBJA), in the bullion market, at the beginning of this week, i.e. on April 22, gold was at Rs 73,161, which now, i.e. on April 27, has come down to Rs 72,448 per 10 grams. That means its price has fallen by Rs 713 this week. Talking about silver, according to the IBJA website, at the beginning of this week it was at Rs 81,839, which has now come down to Rs 81,374 per kg. That means its price has fallen by Rs 465 this week. Click here to read full news 5. Yes Bank’s fourth-quarter net profit increased by 123% to ₹ 451 crore: Interest income stood at ₹ 2,153 crore, the bank’s share rose 65% in a year. Yes Bank on Saturday (April 27) ) released the results of Q4FY24 i.e. the fourth quarter of FY 2024. In the January-March quarter, the bank’s net profit increased by 123% on annual basis (YoY) to ₹451 crore. In the same quarter (Q4FY23) last year, the company’s net profit was ₹202 crore. In the fourth quarter, the bank’s Net Interest Income (NII) increased by 2% on year-on-year (YoY) basis to Rs 2153 crore. It was Rs 2105 crore in the same quarter last year. Click here to read full news 6. Registration of 54 aircraft of Go First will be cancelled: Delhi High Court asks DGCA to process deregistration in 5 days Delhi High Court asks aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to go first Order has been given to cancel the registration of all 54 aircraft taken on lease. The High Court has asked DGCA to take forward the deregistration process of the aircraft leased by Go First in the next 5 working days. The single-judge bench of Justice Tara Vitasta Ganju has given this order on Friday. The High Court has also restrained the Resolution Professional (RP) appointed under the Insolvency Act for the management of the airline and its directors from taking or storing the aircraft or spare parts, documents, records and any other material. Click here to read the complete news Now read the news you need Banks will remain closed for 14 days in May: Apart from 4 Sundays and 2 Saturdays, there will be no work at different places for 8 days. Banks will not work for 14 days in the month of May. Due to various reasons in the country, banks will not function for 8 days at different places. Apart from these, banks will also remain closed on 4 Sundays and 2 Saturdays. The month will start with a holiday. Banks will remain closed in Belapur, Bengaluru, Chennai, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Kochi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Nagpur, Panaji, Patna and Trivandrum on 1 May due to Maharashtra Day/May Day. At the same time, due to voting for Lok Sabha elections, banks will remain closed in some states for 3 days in May. Click here to read the complete news. Also see who were the top 10 richest people in the world yesterday… The market was closed on Saturday, so know the condition of stock market and gold and silver on Friday… Petrol-Diesel and Know the latest price of gas cylinder…

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