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ITH to pay 15 pc

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NEW DELHI: International Travel House (ITH) has reported a profit after tax of Rs 0.94 crore for the first quarter ended June 30 this year on a total income of Rs 10.58 crore.

During the same period in the previous year, ITH had reported PAT of Rs 0.72 crore on a total income of Rs 9.31 crore.

At the annual general meeting here on Friday, the ITH board recommended a dividend of 15 per cent for the current financial year and also passed the accounts for the financial year ended March 31, 2004 this year.

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