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A regulator takes samples of Cerelac for added sugar in baby food.  FSSAI takes samples of added sugar, sarlac in baby food: Vedanta profit falls in Q4, now Jio Cinema premium plan for ₹ 29

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Yesterday’s big news was related to Nestlé. After it became clear that Nestlé baby food products contained added sugar, the government began to investigate.

At the same time, mining company Vedanta’s Q4 2024 net profit fell 27.4% year-on-year (YoY) to Rs 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 key events to keep an eye on…

  • You can see an increase in the stock market today on Friday (April 25).
  • There was no change in the prices of gasoline and diesel.

Now read tomorrow’s big news…

1. Food regulator collects Cerelac samples: additional sugar is found in Nestlé’s baby food, it poses a risk of heart disease.

After it became clear that Nestlé baby food products contained added sugar, the government began to investigate. Food safety regulator FSSAI said on Thursday that it is collecting samples of Nestlé’s Cerelac baby food. FSSAI Director General G Kamala Vardhan Rao said it will take 15-20 days to complete the process.

In fact, a few days ago, the Public Eye and International Baby Food Action Network of Switzerland (IBFAN) said in their report that Nestlé adds extra sugar and honey in food products such as baby milk and charlac sold in Asian and African countries including India. The mother.

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2. The profit in the fourth quarter of the mining company Vedanta fell by 27%: revenues also fell by 6.4% to 35,509 million dollars, the stock gave a return of 42% in the last month.

Mining company Vedanta Limited on Thursday (April 25) released its results for Q4FY24, i.e. the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2024. In the January-March quarter, the company’s net profit fell 27.4% year-on-year (YoY) to Rs 2,273 crore.

In the corresponding quarter last year (Q4FY23), the company’s net profit was ₹3,132 crore. While in the last quarter (Q3FY24) it was ₹2,868 crore. This means that the company’s net profit on a quarterly basis (QoQ) decreased by 20.47% in the fourth quarter.

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3. Jio Cinema’s monthly premium plan will now be available at ₹ 29: ‘Family’ plan at ₹ 89, has the option to watch ad-free content in 4K quality.

Jio Cinema has reduced its ad-free subscription plan 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 on 4 devices, users will have to pay ₹ 89 per month.

Until now, for a plan with 4 members, you had to pay 99 NIS every month and 999 NIS per year. The new plan is valid from today, i.e. April 25. The company released a statement providing this information. About a year ago, Jio Cinema launched a premium subscription plan.

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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 ie IndiGo has placed an order for the purchase of 30 Airbus A350-900 aircraft. In this way, the budget airline IndiGo will enter the wide-body aircraft segment. Today, that is on April 25, the company provided this information in its exchange portfolio.

The airline stated that these planes are equipped with Rolls-Royce Trent XWB engines. IndiGo expects deliveries of these wide-body aircraft to begin from 2027. This will help the airline expand its network. These planes are fuel efficient.

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5. Tesla may start selling Optimus robot next year: It could work in industries like warehousing, retail and manufacturing

Tesla’s humanoid robot ‘Optimus’ may be available for sale by the end of next year, it is currently in development. The company’s CEO Elon Musk said this on Tuesday.

“I think Tesla is in the best position of any humanoid robot manufacturer to go into mass production with efficient inference,” he said, referring to artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities.

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6. Jeep Wrangler facelift launched at $67.65 lakh: Newly designed SUV with advanced safety features like ADAS, competes with the upcoming Mahindra 5-door Thar

Jeep India today (April 25) launched the facelifted version of its popular SUV Jeep Wrangler in India. The company introduced the facelift model of Wrangler to the global market last year. It has now 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 with gorilla glass windshield. As before, the SUV is available in two versions – 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 Rs 5 lakh more expensive than its current model.

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