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  • Flipkart on Monday said it would re-apply for a food retail license in India after reports suggested that the company’s earlier proposal was rejected by the government last week.
  • India’s aviation regulator, DGCA has told airlines to keep middle seats in the aircraft vacant or offer protective gowns to passengers.

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  • Small and mid-sized hospitals have reached out to the Union Health Ministry, seeking benefits/sops similar to those extended to MSMEs.
  • Make MyTrip is laying off 10% of its staff (350 employees), citing business slowdown due to travel restrictions.
  • Honda Cars India on Monday announced domestic wholesales of only 375 units in May. The company is yet to open its production in its Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan factories.

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Latest India Business News 2nd June 2020

  • Ashok Leyland reported a total domestic sales of 1277 units in May which records a 90% year-on-year drop.
  • Hero MotoCorp on Monday announced wholesale of 112682 motorcycles and scooters in May.
  • According to ICRA, Passenger vehicle sales in Q1 are likely to crash by over 80%.
  • UPI transactions witnessed a recovery in May as lockdown norms ease. According to NPCI, the total number of transactions touched close to 1.23 billion.
  • Royal Enfield reported a 69% decline in its volume for May at 19113 units.
  • The SEBI panel proposes wider avenues for Social welfare enterprises and non-profits by allowing them to raise social capital on a transparent electronic platform. This will aid the process of rebuilding livelihoods post the pandemic.
  • Mahindra & Mahindra reported a 79% decline in its domestic sales to 9076 units in May and has also reported total domestic tractor sales of 24017 units in May.
  • Max India on Monday said it completed its merger of Radiant Life’s hospital assets with Max Healthcare. The process followed the NCLT’s approval for the composite merger scheme.
  • AirAsia on Monday said it is offering 50000 seats without base fare to doctors amid pandemic.

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Latest India Business News 2nd June 2020

  • JK Tyre on Monday announced that the company forayed into the US by setting up wholly-owned subsidiary Western Tyres.
  • In an effort to minis disruption, OYO is granting ESOPs worth Rs 130 crores to all its furloughed employees impacted by the pandemic.
  • Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services on Monday said the company will raise up to Rs 3500 crores via a rights issue.
  • BharatPe has appointed Ankur Jain, former Walmart Labs executive, as its chief product officer to handle the complete product life cycle and innovation at the startup.
  • The government (CAPF canteens) has decided not to sell 1000 non-swadeshi products from firms like HUL, Jaguar, Eureka Forbes, and others from today itself.
  • Hyundai Motor India on Monday reported domestic wholesales of 6883 units in May.
  • OPPO and T-Hub have partnered on Monday announced a tie-up to support India’s startup ecosystem. It aims at helping startups in scaling up areas of AI, 5G, battery, camera and image processing, gaming, and system performance.
  • Paytm Mall has appointed Abhishek Rajan as COO and has plans to shift its headquarter from Noida to Bengaluru.
  • Cube Wealth, a Technology-based investment startup, has raised mid-series funding of $500000 led by founder Satyen Kothari, along with Beenext and Asuka Holding.
  • Biocon partner Mylan received a favorable ruling from the US PTAB in its dispute with Sanofi over 4 patents of their insulin injection pen.
  • Maruti Suzuki India sold 18539 units in May.

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