BOMBAY, July 30 (Reuters) - Indian auto parts maker Sundram Fasteners Ltd. told the National Stock Exchange on Friday its April-June net profit fell 8 percent to 115.7 million rupees from 126.1 million a year earlier. It said net sales rose 72 percent at 2.08 billion rupees from 1.21 billion a year earlier.
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