FEBRUARY 13, 2024
Hindalco emerges as a top choice in the metal sector, with over 70% steady/strong Ebitda not tied to LME fluctuations, making it the preferred play, according to a brokerage firm. With a ‘Buy’ rating and a target price of Rs 610, it stands out. Axis Securities has further raised its target to Rs 660 from Rs 555, anticipating Ebitda to hit the $500 million milestone in Q4FY24. Additionally, the company’s full-year Capex guidance, now at the lower end of $1.4-1.6 billion, is expected to reduce the net leverage ratio to 2.5 times by the end of FY24, down from 2.7 times in Q3FY24, supported by robust cash flow in Q4FY24.
Bigg Boss OTT 2 winner, Elvish Yadav, finds himself at the center of yet another controversy after allegedly slapping a man at a restaurant in Jaipur. A viral video circulating on social media captures the moment when Elvish was seen delivering the slap before swiftly exiting the scene accompanied by his security team. Following the incident, he released an audio clarification addressing the altercation. This incident has stirred discussions online, raising questions about public figures’ conduct and accountability.
Elvish Yadav slaps a man in viral video
In the video, a tense moment unfolds as Elvish emerges from a restaurant and retraces his steps to confront a man seated inside. In a burst of anger, he delivers a slap to the individual. Despite the man’s attempts to engage in argument, Elvish is halted by his team before the situation escalates further. This abrupt exchange hints at underlying tensions and highlights the importance of restraint in volatile situations.
In a recent statement posted by his fan account on X, Lvish addressed a recent incident, emphasizing his disinterest in conflict and violence. He stated, “I am not interested in fighting nor slapping someone. I click photos with whoever asks me. However, if someone makes a personal remark, I don’t spare them.” Lvish reaffirmed his commitment to maintaining peace and focusing on his work, urging respect and civility in interactions.
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