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Fri, Aug 28 2015

MEDIA-DLF Ltd plans to sell a majority stake in Delhi project to Singapore's GIC - Economic Times

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DLF's quarterly profit down 5 percent

MUMBAI - DLF Ltd, India's biggest listed property developer, reported on Thursday a 5 percent fall in quarterly profit amid a market slump due to weak economic growth.

UPDATE 1-Indian property developer DLF's Q1 net profit down 5 pct

* Indian property developers struggle with unsold inventory (Adds details of results)

Indian property developer DLF's quarterly profit down 4.7 pct

MUMBAI, Aug 13 - DLF Ltd, India's biggest listed property developer, posted a 5 percent slide in quarterly net profit amid a market slump due to weaker economic growth.

DLF says improved sales at least a year away

MUMBAI - DLF Ltd, India's biggest listed property developer, posted a 22 percent slide in quarterly net profit amid a market slump due to high interest rates and weaker economic growth, and said it may take at least 12 months for sales momentum to improve.

RPT-Indian property developer DLF says improved sales at least a year away

MUMBAI, May 21 - DLF Ltd, India's biggest listed property developer, posted a 22 percent slide in quarterly net profit amid a market slump due to high interest rates and weaker economic growth, and said it may take at least 12 months for sales momentum to improve.

Indian property developer DLF says improved sales at least a year away

MUMBAI, May 21 - DLF Ltd, India's biggest listed property developer, posted a 22 percent slide in quarterly net profit amid a market slump due to high interest rates and weaker economic growth, and said it may take at least 12 months for sales momentum to improve.

Tribunal reverses capital markets ban for developer DLF

NEW DELHI/MUMBAI - Debt-laden Indian property developer DLF Ltd has won its appeal against a three-year ban from accessing capital markets imposed by the market regulator, a decision that overturned the country's harshest ever regulatory punishment.

UPDATE 2-India tribunal reverses capital markets ban for developer DLF

* Will ease efforts to cut $3.3 billion debt burden (Adds comment from DLF executive, details of verdict)

India tribunal reduces capital markets ban for developer DLF

NEW DELHI, March 13 - India tribunal has ruled in favour of property developer DLF Ltd, reducing a ban from accessing capital markets imposed by the markets regulator last year.

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