In addition, KEPL's INR20m short-term debt was given an A4 rating.
Those factors were offset by KEPL being a star export house.
After they split, Brock conceived another child, using sperm left from Kepl's donation without his permission.
Brock sued for child support and to establish Kepl as the father of both children.
Kepl's after-birth paternity affidavit and short-term financial support of the first child do not overcome the artificial insemination statute, die court held.
CRISIL believes that KEPL will maintain its stable market position, and strong financial risk profile on the back of healthy accruals, over the medium term.
KEPL's revenues in 2009-10 (refers to financial year, April 1 to March 31) at Rs.