By Suresh Seshadri BOMBAY, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Tata Engineering & Locomotive Co, India's top truck maker, is expected to report a 152 percent jump in second-quarter profit from the previous quarter, with resurgent truck sales seen spurring earnings in the coming quarters. The median forecast for TELCO's net profit was 706 million rupees ($14.6 million) for the quarter to end-September, up from 280 million in April-June, according to a Reuters poll of analysts. It posted a loss of ...
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