Need understanding on some terms with regard to dividend

LTP means Last traded price. What is the meaning of other 3 headings in the attached image? Thanks!

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Dividend Yield :- 

Dividend yield is a way to measure how much cash flow you are getting for each rupee invested in an equity shares of the company.

To better explain the concept, refer to this dividend yield example: If two companies both pay annual dividends of Re 1 per share, but ABC company's stock is trading at RS 20 while XYZ company's stock is trading at RS 40, then ABC has a dividend yield of 5% while XYZ is only yielding 2.5%. 
Thus, assuming all other factors are equivalent, an investor looking to supplement his or her income would likely prefer ABC's stock over that of XYZ.

Dividend % , shows the amount in terms of %, i.e from above eg Re 1 dividend for the stock with a face value Rs 10, is 10% of dividend.

Ex Dividend date means :The ex-dividend date is the day on which all shares bought and sold no longer come attached with the right to receive the most recently declared dividend.