Ltd, India's biggest zinc miner, posted a 34 per cent rise in second-quarter profit on Monday, boosted by higher output and increase in metal prices.
Net profit rose to Rs 2,545 crore in the three months ended September 30 from Rs 1,902 crore a year earlier, said the company, which is a unit of Vedanta Ltd.
Revenue from operations rose 52 per cent to Rs 5,309 crore, while income from zinc operations rose 45 per cent to Rs 3,903 crore.
Mined metal production in the quarter rose 14 percent to 219 kilotonnes, the company said on Monday. Hindustan Zinc
also recorded an exceptional gain of Rs 291 crore in the quarter.