Bharti Airtel

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BALANCE SHEET OF BHARTI AIRTELFor the year ended 2013 (in crores) | LIABILITIES | 2012 | 2013 | ASSETS | 2012 | 2013 | | | | | | | EQUITY SHARE CAPITAL | 1898.80 | 1898.80 | GROSS BLOCK | 70450.30 | 76206.10 | RESERVES | 47528.70 | 52247.40 | LESS:DEPRICIATION | -26466.00 | -33023.50 | REVALUATION RESERVE | 2.10 | 0.00 | | 43984.30 | 43182.60 | TOTAL DEBT: | | | CAPITAL WORK-IN-PROGRESS | 1072.50 | 1030.80 | SECURED LOAN | 2.90 | 2.00 | INVESTMENTS | 12337.80 | 28199.10 | UNSECURED LOAN | 14126.50 | 12977.80 | INVENTORIES | 32.10 | 2.10 | CURRENT LIABILITIES | 17145.20 | 20061.70 | SUNDRY DEBTORS | 2134.50 | 2246.80 | PROVISIONS | 697.50 | 695.50 | CASH AND BANK BALANCE | 159.20 | 362.70 | | | | FIXED DEPOSITS | 322.60 | 0.00 | | | | LOANS & ADVANCES | 21309.50 | 12859.10 | | | | MISCELLANOUS EXPENSES | 49.20 | N/A | | | | | | | TOTAL | 81401.70 | 87883.20 | TOTAL | 81401.70 | 87883.20 | | | | | | | PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT OF BHARTI MITTAL
AS ON 31st MARCH 2013 (in crores) | | | | | PATICULARS | AMOUNT (IN RS.) | PARTICULARS | AMOUNT (IN RS.) | | | | | OPENING STOCK | 32.10 | SALES | 45350.90 | PURCHASES | 11.20 | CLOSING STOCK | 2.10 | POWER AND FUEL COST | 3569.90 | | | GROSS PROFIT c/d | 41739.80 | | | | | | | TOTAL | 45353.00 | TOTAL | 45353.00 | | | | | EMPLOYEE COST | 1511.30 | GROSS PROFIT b/f | 41739.80 | OTHER MANUFACTURING EXPENSES | 14325.30 | OTHER INCOME | 1463.00 | SELLING & ADMINISTRATION EXPENSES | 5252.00 | | | MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES | 7191.70 | | | INTEREST | 1652.30 | | | DEPRICIATION | 6826.70 | | | TAX | 1358.50 | | | NET PROFIT c/d | 5085.00 | | | | | | | TOTAL | 43202.80 | TOTAL | 43202.80 |

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