Latest News Today – Rolex Rings IPO Subscribed 130 Times On Final Day

Rolex Rings’ Rs 731 crore IPO consisted of fresh issue of Rs 56 crore and an OFS of up to Rs 675 crore.

Rolex Rings shares were in very high demand during the three-day share sale via initial public offer (IPO) which ended today. Rolex Rings IPO, the 28th IPO to hit capital markets this year, was subscribed 130.44 times by the end of the final day of the bidding process, data from stock exchanges showed. Rolex Rings received 74.16 crore bids for a little over 56.85 lakh shares on the offer. A total of 5.47 crore bids were received at the cut-off price. Rolex Rings IPO received stupendous response from non-institutional investors as the portion reserved for them was subscribed 294.18 times.

Qualified institutional buyers (QIBs) also showed strong interest for Rolex Rings shares in the IPO as the portion reserved for them was subscribed 45.92 times. Among the QIBs, foreign institutional investors (FIIs) made 3.35 crore bids and domestic financial institutions (Banks, financial institutions (FIs) and insurance companies) made 1.26 crore bids, according to NSE data.

Portion for retail investors was subscribed 11.74 times.

Rolex Rings’ Rs 731 crore IPO consisted of fresh issue of Rs 56 crore and an offer for sale of up to Rs 675 crore. The company sold shares in the price band of Rs 880-900 per share and retail investors were allowed to buy shares in minimum 1 lot of 16 shares up to maximum of 13 lots. At the upper end of the price band one lot of Rolex Rings IPO was priced at Rs 14,400.

Ahead of the IPO, Rolex Rings raised Rs 219 crore from anchor investors, including ICICI Prudential MF, Axis MF, HDFC Mutual Fund, Aditya Birla Sun Life MF, SBI MF, Kotak MF, L&T MF and HDFC Life Insurance Company, at a price of Rs 900 per share.

Rolex Rings, based at Rajkot in Gujarat, is among top five forging companies in India. It is a manufacturer and global supplier of hot rolled forged and machined bearing rings and offers components for two-wheelers, passenger vehicles, commercial vehicles, off-highway vehicles and electric vehicles.

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Latest News Today – Opinion: The Racism Of The Euro Final

One question about English football has been comprehensively answered. Why does the English team take the knee to insist Black Lives Matter? Because racist English fans and dog-whistling English politicians pick on black football players. It’s not complicated.

Boris Johnson has shown that there are votes in being winningly racist. Jibes about ‘letter-boxed’ Muslim women and blacks’ faces split in ‘watermelon smiles’ have won him and his party anti-woke brownie points. Priti Patel, Johnson’s avowedly nationalistic Home Secretary, refused to discourage spectators from booing the English team in England when they took the knee on the ground that as citizens, these racist hecklers had a right to express their political views on ‘gesture politics’. Famously charmless, with no recourse to bloke-ish whiteness, Patel’s dog-whistling comes from a different place. In a deft piece of white-substitution, Patel has repurposed the vicious majoritarianism of her ancestral country to Tory ends.

The fans seen rioting in video clips after England lost, randomly attacking scared and bewildered bystanders, did what they did because they were drunk, inadequate, aggrieved Little Englanders who couldn’t recognize their unlovely selves in the multi-racial team that represents England. They rampaged because this is what drunken English fans traditionally do at international tournaments. They did what they did partly because political leaders like Johnson and Patel had, with their equivocation, given them reason to believe they were on their side.

Tyrone Mings, a member of the current English team who played in this tournament, made the connection between ministerial dog-whistling and the tsunami of racist abuse and violence that followed England’s loss. “You don’t get to stoke the fire at the beginning of the tournament by labelling our anti-racism message as ‘Gesture Politics’ and then pretend to be disgusted when the very thing we’re campaigning against, happens.” He was referring to Patel’s ostentatious denunciation of the racism directed at the three young black players who missed scoring from their penalties in the climactic shootout.

England players after Euro 2020 final defeat.

At moments like these, some student of English football will pop up as if on cue to sagely observe that things were worse in the Eighties or the Nineties. Ergo, things are better now and that should be factored into public lamentation about racist yobs. And this is true. In the early Eighties, you had to bring your dustbins and milk bottles indoors if league football came to town because the travelling hordes would use the (then) metal bins to drum on and smash the bottles.

If you were an Indian student in 1981, bent over a slipped bicycle chain and found yourself surrounded by skinhead stragglers from the second division game just played in your town, chanting ‘Paki bastard’, you might have been pleased to know that 40 years later, this was less likely to happen. But in the here and now of last Sunday, this historical decline in hooliganism was probably cold comfort to the men and women beaten up and abused by English lumpen in the aftermath of the Wembley final.

Some online critics of English excess, Indians amongst them, were keen to declare that they had rooted for Italy, because it was both the better team and the more evolved football culture. Roberto Mancini’s men were the better team and it was reasonable for a neutral to root for them. But not because Italian football is less racist or violent than English football.

Italian fans who travel to support the national team are less violent and destructive than their English counterparts. There are two main reasons for this. One, they aren’t as affluent as the English and don’t travel as much as English fans do and consequently don’t have English football’s global reputation for collective mayhem. Two, they are less invested in national team football. English middle class fans who only watch football when the national team plays because they are in it for the braying adrenalin rush rather than the game itself (which is played at a much higher level in league competition) are more numerous, boorish, violent and entitled than their Italian counterparts. That’s why they have a terrible reputation.

But at the level of domestic league football, Italian football fans are notoriously enmeshed with both criminal mafias and far-right fascist groups. Their racism and their capacity for violence in league football is of a different order from their English counterparts. Club fans in England now rarely riot, whereas Italian fans still have vicious travelling contingents because they are often funded by fan groups called ultras or tifosi. These ultras often have financial links with the mafia. Clubs are so beholden to these groups that they subcontract ticket sales to ultras who then sell them with a cut reserved for organised crime.

Ultras can be, and often are, coordinators of racist chanting. Mario Balotelli who was born in Sicily to Ghanaian parents has had his career stifled by virulent racism in Serie A. When he played for Inter against Juventus, he was tormented by monkey chants and fans shouting “There are no black Italians” in chorus. Worse still, administrators and officials routinely refuse to see that Italian club football has a racism problem. This is in very real contrast to the willingness of English football clubs in recent times (at every level) to at least formally recognize and denounce racism in football.

It’s not surprising that Boris Johnson and Priti Patel responded to the English team’s anti-racist stance in the way that they did. Neither has any real interest in club football. Before the Euros began, they saw a culture war opportunity in the players’ decision to take a knee. This was a multi-racial team with players with a habit of speaking their minds – and a manager willing to speak up for them. Marcus Rashford had twice forced ‘U’ turns upon Johnson’s government. The symbolic connection with Black Lives Matter was a chance to weaponise the values of a tiresomely progressive football team in the Tory war against ‘woke’.

Unluckily for them, Gareth Southgate’s team was unexpectedly successful. Johnson and Patel turned on a dime and became the team’s most visibly enthusiastic groupies, desperate to ride Southgate’s bandwagon. Then England lost, and the yob rabble turned on Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka, the three black players who failed to score with their penalty kicks. Having helped set this mob in motion, Johnson and Patel cranked out pro forma condemnations of racist abuse. Then Tyrone Mings set words to what everyone was thinking, and called them out for the hypocrites they were.

Mukul Kesavan is a writer based in Delhi. His most recent book is ‘Homeless on Google Earth’ (Permanent Black, 2013).

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Latest News Today – UEFA EURO 2020 Final, Italy vs England: Boris Johnson

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the England football team “played like heroes” after they lost on penalties to Italy in the Euro 2020 final. Terming the loss as a “heartbreaking result”, Johnson tweeted that the team had done the country proud. “That was a heartbreaking result to end #Euro2020 but Gareth Southgate and his @England squad played like heroes,” Boris Johnson tweeted. They have done the nation proud and deserve great credit,” he added.

England failed to end their 55-year wait for a major international trophy as Leonardo Bonucci cancelled Luke Shaw’s early goal at Wembley before Gianluigi Donnarumma’s heroics between the posts saw the Azzurri win the coveted trophy for the second time.

Luke Shaw, playing as a left wingback with Gareth Southgate opting for a three-man defence, applied a lovely finish to a cross from fellow wingback Kieran Trippier in the 2nd minute to give England an early lead, sending the crowd at Wembley into delirium.

Italy seemed rattled by the goal, but as the first half wore on, Italy grew into the game.

Federico Chiesa, who scored in the semi-final against Spain, was again Italy’s biggest threat, but it was centre-back Leonardo Bonucci who brought Roberto Mancini’s team back into the game after dominating for a sustained period.

Bonucci, who was adjudged player of the match, capitalised after Marco Veratti headed towards goal from a Lorenzo Insigne corner and Jordan Pickford clawed the ball away but only to the post.

Neither team could score as the 90 minutes came to an end and the match went to extra-time, but not before Chiesa had to be substituted due to a niggle.

Both teams kept it tight in extra-time and Southgate brought on Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford with penalties looming.

Jordan Henderson, who had come on as a substitute himself, was one of those sacrificed ahead of the penalty shootout that seemed imminent.

England took the early lead in the penalty shootout after Andrea Belotti missed Italy’s second spot-kick and Harry Maguire converted his effort.

Bonucci then kept his calm to make it 2-2 before Rashford hit the post.

Federico Bernardeschi stepped up for Italy’s third and he calmly slotted it down the middle.

Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnaruma then saved Jadon Sancho’s penalty giving Jorginho the chance to seal it for the Azzurri.


But the midfielder, who had put away the deciding spot-kick in the semi-final against Spain, saw his effort saved by Jordan Pickford.

Young winger Bukayo Saka was designated as the final penalty taker for England and Donnarumma rose to the occasion again as Italy claimed their second European Championship title.

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Latest News Today – EURO 2020 Final, Italy vs England Live Updates: Italy,

Italy vs England, Euro 2020 Finals: Leonardo Bonucci vies for the ball with Harry Kane.© AFP

Italy and England go into half-time of extra-time level at 1-1 in the ongoing UEFA Euro 2020 Final, at Wembley Stadium on Monday. Luke Shaw scored for England in the first-half of regular time and Leonardo Bonucci scored in the second-half. England will be hoping to end their 55-year trophy wait against a formidable Italian side, coached by Roberto Mancini. Gareth Southgate’s side began their campaign as one of the tournament favourites and have played all but one of their fixtures at home. They defeated Denmark in the semi-finals. Italy will be aiming for redemption after missing out on qualification for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. It is also worth noting that England have never beaten Italy at a major tournament.

UEFA EURO 2020 Final Live Updates And Score Between Italy vs England, from Wembley Stadium

  • 02:55 (IST)


    Bernardeschi takes a free-kick from outside the England box. Its low, but goes straight to Pickford, who fumbles but manages to keep hold of it. Jorginho was there to add pressure on the Everton goalkeeper.

  • 02:53 (IST)

    Second-half ET’ The action resumes!

    Second-half of extra-time resumes at Wembley.

    Italy 1-1 England

  • 02:50 (IST)

    ET Half-time’ Italy 1-1 England

    Its 1-1 and its half-time in extra-time. Both sides haven’t been able to manufacture much chances, and it has mainly been about getting control in the middle of the park.

  • 02:47 (IST)


    Emerson puts in a cross inside the England box from the left flank. Bernardeschi is about to reach it, but Pickford gets there first and pushes it away!

  • 02:42 (IST)

    99′ Mount departs!

    Chelsea star Mount has been substituted for Grealish of Aston Villa.

    Italy 1-1 England

  • 02:37 (IST)

    94′ Italy are probing!

    Italy are probing and still search for that pass to open up England. Since their equaliser, they haven’t really created any chances but have been keeping the ball a lot!

  • 02:36 (IST)

    ET’ The action resumes!

    Both teams resume play for extra-time at Wembley.

  • 02:36 (IST)

    FT’ Italy 1-1 England

    And here go again in Wembley to extra-time.

    Both teams are discussing their extra-time plans outside their respective dug-outs. Can England find a winner in extra-time? Or will it be the Italians who find a way past Pickford?

  • 02:17 (IST)

    86′ Chiesa is substituted!

    Chiesa gets substituted. He was walking gingerly after the tackle from Trippier. He has been replaced by Bernardeschi.

  • 02:16 (IST)

    82′ A tough tackle on Chiesa!

    Trippier put in a tough challenge on Chiesa, who stays down. The medical team are on him and are treating his ankle. He gets back up in a shaky manner. He will continue.

  • 02:06 (IST)

    75′ Substitutions until now!

    Italy – Immobile, Barella have been substituted for Berardi and Cristante.

    England – Rice and Trippier have been substituted for Henderson and Saka.

  • 01:59 (IST)

    67′ GOAAALLL!!!

    Italy get a corner from the right flank and its not a good delivery. But there is scramble in the box, with two Italian players touching it. Bonucci gets to it in the far post and manages to direct it towards goal!

    Italy 1-1 England

  • 01:55 (IST)

    62′ SAVEEE!!

    Chiesa dribbles past three England defends and then opens up to take a shot. He sends it low, and Pickford gets to it and pushes it away!

  • 01:47 (IST)

    56′ Maguire goes for the header!

    A free-kick by Shaw from the left flank due to a Bonucci foul on Sterling. Shaw whips it in for Maguire in the Italian box. He heads it over the crossbar.

  • 01:43 (IST)


    Insigne wins a freekick outside the England box. He was fouled by Sterling. He curls it around the wall, and it goes wide of the top-right corner.

    Italy 0-1 England

  • 01:36 (IST)

    The action resumes!

    The second-half is underway at the Wembley Stadium.

    Italy 0-1 England

  • 01:21 (IST)

    HT’ Italy 0-1 England

    England go into half-time with a 1-0 lead. Despite the lead, England have had less of the ball, with 34% possession. Italy have had 66%.

  • 01:18 (IST)

    41′ Italy keep the ball!

    Italy are spraying the ball around and not letting England have much of it. But they are lacking an end product.

    Italy 0-1 England

  • 01:12 (IST)


    Chiesa makes a solo run from the right flank and tries an attempt. The shot is slightly wide of the near post.

  • 01:05 (IST)

    34′ Both teams trying to gain domination

    Italy are trying to build-up, but England are applying a lot of pressure and hurrying them. 

  • 01:04 (IST)

    22′ Jorginho goes down!

    Jorginho falls down holding his knee. He seems to be in pain. The medical team treat him for a minute or two, and he carries on.

  • 00:53 (IST)

    15′ Another cross by Trippier!

    Trippier again manufactures a chance from the right flank. He puts in a cross, but Sterling can’t make it.

  • 00:44 (IST)


    Italy get awarded a free-kick after Chiesa is fouled outside the box. Insigne takes the free-kick and curls it over the wall. But its not a good set-piece and it goes over the crossbar.

  • 00:35 (IST)


    Good build-up by England, and they a Trippier cross from the right side dismantles this Italian defence. He finds Shaw on the far-post, and the left-back volleys it past the goalkeeper with ease.

    Italy 0-1 England 

  • 00:33 (IST)


    And we are underway at Wembley!

  • 00:32 (IST)

    Here are the playing XIs

    Italy: Donnarumma, Di Lorenzo, Bonucci, Chiellini, Emerson, Barella, Jorginho, Verratti, Chiesa, Immobile, Insigne

    England: Pickford, Maguire, Stones, Walker, Phillips, Trippier, Rice, Shaw, Mount, Sterling, Kane

  • 00:26 (IST)

    National anthems!

    England and Italy walk in for their respective national anthems and pre-match formalities!

  • 00:24 (IST)

    Eder walks in with the trophy!

    Eder, who scored the winning goal for Portugal in Euro 2016, walks in with the trophy and places it.

  • 00:18 (IST)

    England aiming for maiden Euro title, Italy gunning for their second

    England’s long wait for the European Championship may finally end tonight as they take on Italy in the final at home. Wembley has been witness to many a great English victories, but this one could surpass them all.

    On the other hand, Italy will look to win their second Euro title when they take on the hosts and crowd favourites.

  • 00:08 (IST)

    Hello and welcome everyone!

    Hello and welcome everyone to our live coverage of the UEFA Euro 2020 Final between Italy and England, from the Wembley Stadium. Both sides will be aiming for a win and have been in top form during this edition. Stay tuned folks for some exciting football!

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Latest News Today – Wimbledon 2021 Men’s Singles Final, Novak Djokovic vs

Wimbledon 2021 Men’s Final Live: Novak Djokovic returns a shot vs Matteo Berrettini.© Instagram/Wimbledon

Novak Djokovic has staged a turnaround, winning the second set vs Matteo Berrettini in the Wimbledon Men’s Singles Final, at Centre Court on Sunday. The Serbian lost the first set, but maintained composure to win the second set; 6-7 (4/7), 6-4. Djokovic entered the final with a convincing 7-6 (7-3) 7-5 7-5 win over Canada’s Denis Shapalov while Berrettini went past Hubert Hurkacz 6-3 6-0 6-7 (3-7) 6-4 in a tense semi-final encounter. Djokovic is eying his sixth Wimbledon title and third of the year after claiming the Australian Open against Daniil Medvedev as well as the French Open vs Stefanos Tsitsipas.

Wimbledon 2021 Men’s Singles Final Live Updates Novak Djokovic vs Matteo Berrettini From Centre Court

  • 20:51 (IST)

    Novak Djokovic makes it 2-1 in the third set!

    Its turning out to be super close encounter, with Djokovic currently leading 2-1 in the third set!

  • 20:47 (IST)

    Its 1-1!

    Djokovic is not going to let Berrettini increase his momentum, and levels the third set at 1-1.

  • 20:42 (IST)

    Matteo Berrettini starts with the third set on a positive note!

    The Italian has won the first game of the third set, and will be hoping to increase his momentum!

  • 20:35 (IST)

    Its 6-4 for Novak Djokovic! Seals the second set!

    It looked like Berrettini was staging a turnaround once again but Djokovic kept his composure and sealed it with some deadly serves! Its 6-4 for the second set.

    The pair are currently level 6-7 (4/7), 6-4.

  • 20:31 (IST)

    Its 5-4 now!

    Djokovic could have sealed the second set, but Berrettini has other plans! Its 5-4 now!

  • 20:26 (IST)


    It all looked like it was over for him, but the Italian came running and slipped it precisely out of Djokovic’s reach! Its 5-3 in the second set now!

  • 20:22 (IST)

    Matteo Berrettini is crawling back into the game!

    Its 5-2 for Djokovic now in the second set, but Berrettini is getting back once again!

  • 20:19 (IST)

    Its 5-1 for Novak Djokovic in the second set!

    Berrettini hasn’t been any match for Djokovic in the second set. The Serbian is back to his best and simply dominating with ease!

  • 20:08 (IST)

    3-0 for Novak Djokovic in the second set!

    The second set has been all about Novak Djokovic in the final! After losing the first set, the Serb has cruised past his opponent and is leading 3-0.

  • 20:01 (IST)

    Change in momentum!

    Djokovic is now showing his true form. After losing the first set, he has gone on to win the first two games of the second set! Its 2-0 in the second set currently!

  • 19:58 (IST)

    Novak Djokovic wins the first game of the second set!


    Djokovic wins the first game of the second set with ease!

  • 19:52 (IST)

    Matteo Berrettini wins the tie-breaker and the first set!


    Djokovic loses the first set, 6-7 (4/7)

  • 19:44 (IST)

    Its 6-6 now! Time for tie-breaker!

    The game has gone to a tie-breaker now, and is 6-6 in the first set!

  • 19:36 (IST)

    Its 6-5 now!

    Djokovic’s experience is coming in handy as he takes a lead again in the first set, 6-5. Berrettini is still in the game though!

  • 19:35 (IST)

    Its 5-5 now in the first set!

    Berrettini is really bring his game to Djokovic now, and has levelled the first set at 5-5!

  • 19:31 (IST)

    Matteo Berrettini is staging a turnaround in the first set!

    The Italian has rallied from behind, and has got closer to Djokovic. It is 5-4 in the first set, in favour of the Serb, but Berrettini is still in the game!

  • 19:11 (IST)

    Novak Djokovic is closing to a first set win!

    The Serbian is leading 5-2 and is cruising past Berrettini. The Italian needs to get back to his early form!

  • 19:07 (IST)

    Matteo Berrettini holds Novak Djokovic!

    The Italian is showing resilience and has held back the pressure. Its 4-2 now in the first set!

  • 19:02 (IST)

    Novak Djokovic wins the fourth game!

    Djokovic has won the fourth game, and its 3-1 now. Berrettini needs to find his early footing!

  • 18:58 (IST)

    Who will win the fourth game of the first set?

    The scores are level at 30-30, and both players are implementing their strengths in the game. Djokovic is getting aggressive now!

  • 18:55 (IST)

    Novak Djokovic shows that he can reverse back his errors!

    Djokovic wins the third game of the first set, but it was a hard-fought one. Berrettini is really applying a lot of pressure on the Serb, and he is not handling it well!

  • 18:53 (IST)

    Absolutely out of sorts!

    Djokovic looks absolutely out of sorts at this moment! His serves are pretty erratic today, and Berrettini seems to be making the most of it. Poor start by Djokovic in the third game of the first set!

  • 18:51 (IST)

    Matteo Berrettini amps up the pressure!

    The Italian has amped up the pressure and has won the second game of the first set. His serve seems to be perfect today, and Djokovic could have plenty of work to do! The Serbian probably wasn’t expecting this start!

  • 18:48 (IST)

    A big wave of support for Matteo Berrettini here!

    Berrettini begins his serve in the second game of the first set, and wins the first point. The crowd applauds with much aplomb!

  • 18:46 (IST)

    Novak Djokovic keeps his calm!

    A couple of early errors by Djokovic, but he managed to keep his calm and win the first game of the first set. Berrettini is in form and is equally as fit as his opponent today! The pair were stuck at deuce for sometime, with Serb managing to edge past.

  • 18:41 (IST)

    Double fault!

    This is highly unlikely of Djokovic. He starts with a double fault! Berrettini is in the leadddd!

  • 18:40 (IST)

    The action begins!

    Novak Djokovic to serve first!

  • 18:37 (IST)

    Both players warm up!

    Berrettini and Djokovic warm up ahead of their match, with some rally shots.

  • 18:28 (IST)

    Matteo Berrettini enters Centre Court

    Matteo Berrettini has entered Centre Court, and there is a strapping on his left thigh.

  • 18:23 (IST)

    The action is set to begin!

    The match is set to begin, and the weather is perfect as we wait for the final men’s singles match at Centre Court.

  • 18:07 (IST)

    Novak Djokovic vs Matteo Berrettini: Head-to-head

    Both players have faced each other twice, with Djokovic coming out on top twice.

    The duo last met in the Roland Garros quarterfinals last month, where Djokovic won.

  • 18:01 (IST)

    Joachim Gerard wins his first Wimbledon title!

    Joachim Gerard has been crowned the 2021 men’s wheelchair singles champion to win his first-ever Wimbledon title!

  • 17:47 (IST)

    Can Matteo Berrettini upset Novak Djokovic?

    The Italian will be hoping to maintain his calm against the Serbian, who is the favourite to win the final.

  • 17:41 (IST)

    Matteo Berrettini’s thriller!

    Matteo Berrettini had to do it the hard way to edge past Hubert Hurkacz in his semi-final match. The Italian won 6-3, 6-0, 6-7 (3/7), 6-4.

  • 17:32 (IST)

    Experience comes in handy for Novak Djokovic

    Novak Djokovic had to rely a lot on experience to defeat Denis Shapovalov in the semi-finals, where he saved 10 of 11 break points. The Serb won 7-6 (7/3), 7-5, 7-5.

  • 17:19 (IST)

    Wimbledon Final 2021- Novak Djokovic vs Matteo Berrettini

    Hello and welcome to the men’s singles final between Novak Djokovic vs Matteo Berrettini from Centre Court in London.

    Serbia’s Novak Djokovic will look to equal Roger Federer and Rafael Nada’s tally of 20 grand slam title wins while Berrettini will aim to register his maiden grand slam championship.

    So tighten your seat belts and stay tuned for further match updates as we wait for the finale to begin!

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Latest News Today – GR Infraprojects IPO Subscribed Over 50 Times On Final

GR Infraprojects is selling shares in the price band of Rs 828 to 837 per share in the ongoing IPO

GR Infraprojects shares were in very high demand in the ongoing share sale via initial public offering (IPO) on final day of the issue. GR Infraprojects IPO, which was oversubscribed within hours of opening on July 7, was subscribed 54 times by 2:45 pm on final day of the issue, data from National Stock Exchange showed. GR Infraprojects received over 45 crore bids for 81.23 lakh shares on offer. A total of 3.51 crore bids were made at the cut-off price.

GR Infraprojects shares were in high demand among non-institutional investors and qualified institutional buyers (QIBs) as the portion reserved for non-institutional investors was subscribed 42 times and portion for QIBs was subscribed 38 times.

Retail portion was also oversubscribed as the portion reserved for them was subscribed 4.5 times.

GR Infraprojects is selling shares in the price band of Rs 828 to 837 per share in the ongoing IPO which will close later in the day.

GR Infraprojects IPO is an offer-for-sale (OFS) of up to 1.15 crore shares by the promoter and shareholders.

The OFS includes sale of 11.42 lakh shares by Lokesh Builders, 1.27 lakh shares by Jasamrit Premises and 80,000 shares by Jasamrit Fashions. As many as 2.25 lakh shares will be reserved for eligible employees.

Retail investors can apply for a minimum one lot of 17 shares and in multiples thereof, extending up to 14 lots (238 shares).

Ahead of the IPO, GR Infraprojects raised Rs 283 crore from anchor investors, including Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, Smallcap World Fund Inc, The Master Trust Bank of Japan, BlackRock Global Funds and Fidelity.

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Latest News Today – UFOs Remain Unidentified in US Intelligence’s Final

A highly awaited US intelligence report on dozens of mysterious unidentified flying object sightings said most could not be explained, but did not rule out that some could be alien spacecraft.

The unclassified report said researchers could explain only one of 144 UFO sightings by US government personnel and sources between 2004 and 2021, sightings that often were made during military training activities.

Eighteen of those, some observed from multiple angles, appeared to display unusual movements or flight characteristics that surprised those who saw them, like holding stationary in high winds at high altitude, and moving with extreme speed with no discernible means of propulsion, the report said.

Some of the 144 might be explained by natural or human made objects like birds or drones cluttering a pilot’s radar, or natural atmospheric phenomena, the report said.

Others could be secret US defence tests, or unknown advanced technologies created by Russia or China, it said.

Yet others appeared to require more advanced technologies to determine what they are, it said.

The sightings of what the report calls unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) “probably lack a single explanation,” said the report from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.

“We currently lack sufficient information in our dataset to attribute incidents to specific explanations.”

The report made no mention of the possibility of — or rule out — that some of the objects sighted could represent extra-terrestrial life.

The military and intelligence community have conducted research on them as a potential threat.

“UAP clearly pose a safety of flight issue and may pose a challenge to US national security,” the report said.

Some could be US rivals’ intelligence collection operations or represent other technology so advanced that the United States military has nothing similar.

The report was ordered after more UFO sightings by military pilots became public and pilot and radar videos leaked out showing flying objects behaving strangely with no explanation.

It stressed that pilots and their aircraft are ill-equipped to identify out-of-the-ordinary objects floating around the skies.

The only one of the 144 incidents in the years covered by the report that was explained turned out to be a large deflating balloon.

The nine-page report released Friday did not discuss any specific incidents.

It was the public version of a more detailed classified version being supplied to the armed services and intelligence committees of Congress.

Mark Warner, chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said the frequency of UFO reports “appears to be increasing” since 2018.

“Today’s rather inconclusive report only marks the beginning of efforts to understand and illuminate what is causing these risks to aviation in many areas around the country and the world.,” Warner said in a statement.

“The United States must be able to understand and mitigate threats to our pilots, whether they’re from drones or weather balloons or adversary intelligence capabilities,” Warner said.

At the Pentagon, Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks issued a memorandum ordering more systematic reporting of UAPs encountered during military training and testing.

“Incursions into our training ranges and designated airspace pose safety of flight and operations security concerns, and may pose national security challenges,” said Pentagon spokesman John Kirby.

The department “takes reports of incursions — by any aerial object, identified or unidentified — very seriously, and investigates each one,” Kirby said.

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Latest News Today – India vs New Zealand WTC Final Live Score, Reserve Day:

India vs New Zealand live score, Day 6: Kyle Jamieson takes a wicket for his side on Wednesday.© AFP

Currently four wickets down in their second innings, India are increasing their lead on the Reserve Day (Day 6) of their ongoing World Test Championship (WTC) Final fixture against New Zealand, at The Ageas Bowl in Southampton on Wednesday. Rishabh Pant and Ajinkya Rahane are currently batting for India, and will be trying to build some momentum. On the other hand, New Zealand have put in a bright start, with Kyle Jamieson taking two wickets. The pacer has accounted for the dismissals of Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara. India will be hoping to absorb the pressure applied by opposition bowlers, and build some stability. (LIVE SCORECARD)

WTC Final Live Updates Of India vs New Zealand, Day 6 From The Ageas Bowl, Southampton

  • 16:01 (IST)


    A full delivery by Southee, from outside off. Pant goes forward and drives it through mid-on for a four!

  • 15:59 (IST)

    No run

    A good delivery by Southee, and Pant thick edges it towards gully. No run.

  • 15:53 (IST)

    One run

    Southee sends a good delivery, and Rahane pulls it wide of midwicket for a single.

  • 15:50 (IST)

    No run, IND: 82/4 | LEAD BY 50 RUNS

    OH MY! OH MY! OH MY!

    A good delivery by Jamieson, and Pant gets dropped at second slip by Southee!

    Southee dived to his right in front of first slip and drops it.

  • 15:47 (IST)

    Two runs


    A good delivery by Jamieson, and he is really testing Team India today!

    Rahane gets a thick outside edge between third slip and gully for a double!

  • 15:46 (IST)

    Two runs

    A swinging delivery by Jamieson. He using the angle of the crease, Rahane guides it into the extra cover region for a double.

  • 15:43 (IST)


    A poor delivery by Southee, and Pant gets a thick edge. The ball is directed through the gap at gully for a four!

  • 15:39 (IST)

    OUT!! Cheteshwar Pujara c Ross Taylor b Kyle Jamieson 15 (80)

    A length delivery by Jamieson, outside off. Pujara misjudges it, and hangs his bat out. It takes the edge and goes to Taylor at first slip for a catch.

    In walks, Rishabh Pant.

  • 15:28 (IST)

    OUT!!! Virat Kohli c BJ Watling b Kyle Jamieson 13 (29)


    Jamieson gets it to lift off the deck, and Kohli hits it away from his body but is too late with his timing. It goes to Watling for a catch. OUT!

    In walks, Ajinkya Rahane.

  • 15:22 (IST)

    No run

    A full delivery by Southee and it straight on middle. Pujara defends it with ease.

  • 15:19 (IST)

    No run

    A beauty of a delivery by Jamieson!!!!

    Kohli midjudges the line and also the length. Its a good length delivery, and Kohli almost nicks it!

  • 15:16 (IST)

    One run

    Jamieson delivers it into the legs of Pujara, and he hits it to long leg for a single.

  • 15:12 (IST)

    Two runs

    A full delivery by Southee and Kohli guides it into the gap between gully and point. Two runs. Pujara stops Kohli from taking a third! But Kohli is fine with it, he looks settled! Also, Pujara is not a fast runner!

  • 15:10 (IST)

    No run

    A short delivery by Southee, from outside off. Kohli leaves it.

  • 15:08 (IST)

    No run

    A shorter delivery by Jamieson, and Pujara pats it into the leg side. No run.

  • 15:06 (IST)

    One run, IND: 68/2 | LEAD BY 36 RUNS

    A leg stump half-volley by Southee, and Pujara toe-ends it wide of midwicket. One run.

    India lead by 36 runs!

  • 15:03 (IST)

    Three runs

    An attractive half-volley by Southee, at the stumps. Kohli glances it away through midwicket for three and opens the account on Day 6.

  • 15:02 (IST)

    No run

    A full delivery by Southee on the stumps. Kohli judges the line pretty well, and defends it back to the bowler.

  • 15:01 (IST)

    Tim Southee to bowl for New Zealand!

    Tim Southee will resume for New Zealand. Can he give his side a good start?

  • 15:00 (IST)

    The players are walking into the field!

    New Zealand and India walk into resume play on the Reserve Day. Virat and Cheteshwar Pujara will resume batting for India, who are leading by 32 runs!

  • 14:51 (IST)

    What is the weather report for today?

    Currently, the weather seems to be sunny in Southampton, with the teams currently warming up. Also according to Accuweather, there is very less chances of rain!

  • 14:38 (IST)

    Change in ICC Test Batting Rankings!

    There has been a change in top 10 of the ICC Men’s Batting Rankings, with Quinton de Kock entering the fold in 10th position. Steve Smith still leads the pack, followed by Kane Williamson, Marnus Labuschagne and Virat Kohli.

  • 14:22 (IST)

    Hello and Welcome!

    Hello and Welcome to sixth and the final day of WTC final, its a sunny day at Southampton and we are expected to have a full day of play on the reserve day. A total of 98 overs will be played on the reserve day and if we fail to get the winner then the trophy will be shared between the two teams.

    India lost both the openers Shubman Gill (8) and Rohit Sharma (30) in the last session of Day 5.

    Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara are on the crease and they will look to take maximum advantage in the first session.

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Latest News Today – India vs New Zealand WTC Final Live Score, Day 5: Rohit

India vs New Zealand Live Score: India conceded a 32-run lead in the first innings.© Twiter/BCCI

Indian openers Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill gave India a steady start in the second innings in session three on Day 5. Earlier, India struck regularly with the second new ball but New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson played a gutsy knock of 49 runs to help his side take a crucial 32-run lead in the first innings. Mohammed Shami claimed four wickets while Ishant Sharma took two wickets on Day 5 to dismiss New Zealand for 249 runs. The ill-fated inaugural World Test Championship final between India and New Zealand resumed at Southampton on Tuesday after an hour’s delay following the latest rain interruption to blight the showpiece match. 91 overs are scheduled to be bowled in three sessions of play today, BCCI confirmed. After rain meant the whole of Monday’s play was washed without a ball bowled — the second time in the match this had had happened after Friday’s opening day went the same way — there were hopes the match would resume as scheduled at 10:30 am local time (0930 GMT). But instead players and supporters at south coast county Hampshire’s headquarters had to wait until 11:30 am (1030 GMT) instead. (LIVE SCORECARD)

WTC Final Live Updates Of India vs New Zealand, Day 5 From The Ageas Bowl, Southampton

  • 21:39 (IST)


    Rohit Sharma hits a rare wide ball from Trent Boult, who till now, was giving no freebies while bowling a tight line and length. Sharma cuts Boult square of the wicket for a splendid four.

    IND 11/0 after 6 overs.

  • 21:35 (IST)

    India Off To Steady Start!

    India off to a steady start with openers Gill and Rohit being quite watchful.

    IND 7/0 after five overs.

  • 21:27 (IST)

    Gill Off The Mark!

    Shubman Gill takes two as he hits one off the hips off Trent Boult,

    IND 6/0 after 3.1 overs.

  • 21:20 (IST)

    Boult To Bowl The 2nd!

    Trent Boult from the other end.

    IND 3/0 after the first over.

  • 21:16 (IST)

    India Off The Mark!

    India open account in the second innings with Rohit edging Southee past the slips for three runs.

    IND 3/0 after 0.2 overs.

  • 21:13 (IST)

    Final Session- Day 5!

    Indian openers Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill out in the middle to start the second innings.

    Tim Southee to open the bowling for New Zealand.

  • 21:06 (IST)

    Tea- Day 5!

    Tea on Day 5!

    The game hangs in balance as Tea has been taken on Day 5. 

    NZ have a crucial 32-run lead and will be looking to make early in-roads against India in their second innings. 

  • 20:55 (IST)

    NZ All Out- Tea On Day 5!

    Innings End – Tea On Day 5!

    Jadeja castles Southee the very next ball.

    NZ all out for 249 runs, leading India by 32 runs.

    And, Tea has been taken on Day 5.

  • 20:52 (IST)


    Jadeja into the attack and is welcomed with a six by Southee.

    NZ 249/9 after 99.1 overs. NZ lead by 32 runs.

  • 20:49 (IST)

    Four + Two!

    Boult takes Shami to the cleaners with a four and a double. Shami is bowling tirelessly to get a five-wicket-haul.

    NZ 242/9 after 98 overs. Lead by 25 runs.

  • 20:45 (IST)


    Southee reviews and gets the decision overturned against Ashwin. 

    NZ 236/9 after 96.5 overs.

  • 20:44 (IST)


    R Ashwin takes a wicket in his first over of the day, gets Neil Wagner.

    NZ 234/9 after 96.2 overs.

  • 20:34 (IST)


    Tim Southee hits a huge six off Ishant over the mid-wicket boundary.

    NZ 232/8 after 95.1 overs. NZ lead by 15 runs.

  • 20:33 (IST)

    Wicket- Williamson Out For 49!

    Williamson departs to Ishant after a gutsy innings of 49 runs.

    NZ 221/8 after 94 overs.

  • 20:22 (IST)

    NZ Take Lead!

    NZ take lead through a Williamson four off Shami. He moves on to 49 now.

    NZ 220/7 after 93 overs.

  • 20:17 (IST)

    NZ Trail IND By 4 Runs!

    NZ are only 4 runs away from equalling India’s total.

    Have India been affected by Kyle Jamieson’s surprise counter-attacking stroke-making?

    NZ 213/7 after 92 overs.

  • 20:08 (IST)

    Harsha Bhogle Speaks!

    Harsha Bhogle pointed out Hardik Pandya’s influence on a match or a situation like this.


  • 20:03 (IST)

    NZ’s 200 Up!

    NZ are inching closer to India’s total of 217.

    Skipper Williamson remains key to their batting.

  • 19:58 (IST)

    NZ Trail IND By 23 Runs!

    Skipper Williamson is still in the middle but wickets are tumbling from the other end.

    NZ 194/7 after 88 overs, trailing India by 23 runs.

  • 19:53 (IST)


    Shami gets his man. Jamieson falls while trying to hit back-to-back sixes.

    NZ 192/7 after 87 overs.

  • 19:53 (IST)


    Jamieson hits the first six of the innings, straight over Shami’s head for a huge hit.

    NZ 192/6 after 86.5 overs.

  • 19:52 (IST)


    Williamson has played more than 150 balls and is going strong.

  • 19:42 (IST)

    Ross Taylor- Legend!

    Ross Taylor is creating all sorts of milestones here’s. What a remarkable career he is having and going strong.

  • 19:40 (IST)

    Kane Saved- Drinks Taken!

    India denied as Umpires Call saves Williamson.

    NZ have hope again. 179/6 in 85 overs. Drinks Taken.

  • 19:38 (IST)

    DRS Taken!

    A review has been taken on a LBW call against Williamson off the bowling of Shami.

    Williamson is showcasing discomfort with his right elbow, which was in question in the England series.

  • 19:37 (IST)

    Jamieson Show!

    Kyle Jamieson is showing positive intent right-away, going after every ball regardless of the bowler. 

    He has moved on to 13 runs in 10 balls as NZ move on to 179/6 in 84.4 overs.

  • 19:29 (IST)

    Shami On Fire!

    Inspirational bowling from Mohammed Shami to take his third wicket.

  • 19:26 (IST)

    Wcket- Shami Again!

    Shami takes the wicket of clueless Colin de Grandhomme lbw to put India on top.

    NZ 162/6 after 82.1 overs. 

  • 19:17 (IST)

    Two Fours!

    NZ batsman scored two boundaries off the new cherry to get going.

    NZ 161/5 after 81 overs.

  • 19:14 (IST)

    New Ball Taken!

    India have taken the new ball as Shami gears up to bowl to C de Grandhomme.

    NZ 152/5 after 80 overs.

  • 19:07 (IST)

    NZ’s 150 Up!

    NZ are trying to rebuild after fall of wickets before Lunch.

  • 19:03 (IST)

    Williamson A Threat!

    With de Grandhomme grabbing attention, major threat is on the other end in the form of Williamson.

    NZ 149/5 after 77 overs.

  • 18:59 (IST)

    C de Grandhomme vs Jadeja!

    It is really about time that Colin de Grandhomme takes on Jadeja. Exciting match-up this.

    NZ 147/5 after 76 overs.

  • 18:56 (IST)

    Crowd Having Fun!

    Crowd having some fun and making most of the cricket happening after washouts.

  • 18:54 (IST)

    Colin de Grandhomme Is Going For It!

    Colin de Grandhomme is taking on Bumrah here. Pull one over the mid-on fielder for two runs.

    Aggressive intent from the batting team. NZ 146/5 AFTER 74.1 OVERS.

  • 18:49 (IST)

    Jadeja Is In!

    Surprise, surprise!

    Virat Kohli brings in Ravindra Jadeja from the other end.

    NZ 139/5 after 73 overs.

  • 18:46 (IST)


    Colin de Grandhomme hits a full Bumrah delivery for a four first-up.

    Positive start for the batting team.

    NZ 139/5 after 72.1 overs.

  • 18:43 (IST)

    Session 2, Day 5!

    Players back on the field

    Session 2 on Day 5 about to start.

    India will be wanting to take more wickets and get into the tail-end of the New Zealand batting. 

    Bumrah to start proceedings against Colin de Grandhomme.

    Game On!

  • 18:18 (IST)

    DK’s Interesting Analogy!

    Here’s DK’s take on the Indian and New Zealand skippers. 

  • 18:17 (IST)


    Amazing spell of fast bowling.

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Latest News Today – India vs New Zealand WTC Final, Day 4, Live Score: 1st

India vs New Zealand Live Score: The first session on Day 4 was washed out due to rain.© Twitter/ICC

As per the latest updates, rain continued to play spoilsport after the opening session of Day four was washed out due to rain. After weather-related interruptions on the first three days of play in the World Test Championship (WTC) final between India and New Zealand, the rain Gods didn’t seem to be kind on Day 4 as well. On Day 3, New Zealand were excellent with both bat and ball, bowling out India for 217 runs before a 70-run opening stand between Devon Conway and Tom Latham put India on the backfoot. However, in the last session, Ravichandran Ashwin and Ishant Sharma got the Indian team back into the game with the wickets of both openers. Captain Kane Williamson is at the crease along with the most senior batsman of the side in Ross Taylor. New Zealand were 101/2 at stumps on Day 3. While the advantage of two wickets in the final session lay with India, everything depends on how both the teams go in the first session on Day 4. Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja will look to exploit the rough patches on the pitch while New Zealand will be hoping to go past the Indian score and take a big first-innings lead. (LIVE SCORECARD)

WTC Final Live Updates Of India vs New Zealand, Day 4 From The Ageas Bowl, Southampton

  • 18:10 (IST)

    Moments Of The WTC Final!

    Although only limited cricket has taken place till now, but what a show it has been. Here’s looking at the top moments from this match.

  • 17:54 (IST)


    According to, the second session on Day 4 is officially underway, but there’s still no hint of play as of yet.

    Waiting game continues…

  • 17:21 (IST)

    No Ball Bowled On Day 4 Yet!

    ICC updated that Lunch was taken on Day 4 as rain forced players and umpires to stay indoors.

  • 17:15 (IST)

    Lunch Taken- Day 4!

    According, Lunch has been taken on Day 4 in the WTC Final without a ball being bowled at The Ageas Bowl in Southampton.

    Let’s hope for some action in the second session today.

  • 16:35 (IST)

    Still Raining!

    Rain not letting go on Day 4.

  • 16:31 (IST)

    Rain Rain Go Away!

    That reaction is all of us right now.

  • 16:03 (IST)

    Test Cricket!

    Heres’ what the WTC finalists think about the longest format of the game. Watch!

  • 15:39 (IST)

    Jamieson On Kohli’s Wicket!

    In the post-day virtual press conference, Kyle Jamieson spoke on the importance of Virat Kohli’s wicket for his team. Here’s what he had to say:

    “I think he is (Kohli) world class batter and those guys don’t tend to have too many chinks in their armoury. He is obviously a massive part of their line-up and to get him early certainly set things up nicely for us.”

  • 15:30 (IST)

    Jamieson Speaks!

    Here’s what the man-of-the-moment had to say on NZ’s plans for Day 4.

  • 15:22 (IST)

    DK- Our Weather Man!

    Cricketer turned analyst for the time being, DK seems to be enjoying life away from the 22 yards.

  • 15:10 (IST)

    Jaffer At His Hilarious Best!

    Jaffer on social media is a different beast altogether. A meme-king in millennials’ language but with a 80’s touch.

  • 15:08 (IST)

    ICC’s Official Update!

    The pictures are disheartening on Day 4.

  • 15:03 (IST)

    Its Raining- Start Of Play Delayed!

    BCCI have confirmed that it’s drizzling and the start of Day 4 has been delayed.

  • 14:55 (IST)

    Quick Recap- Day 3!

    Ian Bishop and Kumar Sangakkara looking back at Day 3 and what holds in store for both teams.

  • 14:42 (IST)

    Not Looking Nice!

    Players are seen chilling as pitch is still under the covers.

  • 14:27 (IST)

    Covers are on in Southampton!

    The BCCI have tweeted a picture in which the Southampton pitch can be seen under covers.

  • 14:20 (IST)

    Hello and Welcome!

    Hello and welcome to Day 4 of the World Test Championship final between India and New Zealand. Not a good news for cricket fans around the globe as it’s drizzling in Southampton and we are expected to have a delayed start.

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