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Sensex tumbles over 450 pts, Nifty near 15,600; VIX up 9.6%


Indian markets weakened further on Tuesday led by global equities on renewed concern over the pandemic with the rapid spread of the delta variant. Equities fell modestly in Japan and China —where banks kept the benchmark loan rate steady—and were little changed in Hong Kong. Earlier, US markets closed over 2% lower.

20 Jul 2021, 11:48:05 AM IST

SC strikes down 97th constitutional amendment provisions relating to cooperative societies

The apex court upheld a 2013 Gujarat high court judgment that struck down the amendment since it was passed without ratification by one half of state legislatures as mandated by Article 368(2) of the Constitution, LiveLaw reported.

20 Jul 2021, 11:35:53 AM IST

DCM Shriram trades lower

The company’s stock was trading 5.15% lower at 11:34 am. The stock had rallied 18% on the back of volumes in intra day trade on Monday. The sugar company will be posting its Q1 result today.

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20 Jul 2021, 11:31:50 AM IST

All sectors in red

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20 Jul 2021, 11:24:29 AM IST

SC terms as “wholly uncalled for” relaxations granted by Kerala Govt for Bakrid in areas having highest covid-19 positivity rate

20 Jul 2021, 11:23:34 AM IST

Hemisphere Properties, Oberoi Realty top drags

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20 Jul 2021, 11:15:00 AM IST

Lok Sabha Adjourned to meet again at 02:00 P.M.

20 Jul 2021, 11:07:13 AM IST

HDFC twins, ICICI Bank top drags

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20 Jul 2021, 10:42:09 AM IST

HDFC Life increases mortality buffer to ₹700 cr

HDFC Life has increased its covid related mortality buffer to 700 crore. The insurer expects more claims in the next two months. The life insurer has not factored in a covid third wave in this buffer, HDFC Life Insurance Co. managing director and chief executive Vibha Padalkar said.

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20 Jul 2021, 10:42:09 AM IST

World Bank, GMR, L&T, TATA have shown interest in Sonnagar-Gomoh section: Indain Railway

Organisations like World Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd, KPMG, L&T, GMR and TATA Projects are some big ticket entities that have shown interest in the Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor’s Sonnagar-Gomoh section which is to be built through the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) mode, officials said on Monday. The section is estimated to be built at a cost of 9,000 crore and expected to serve major power houses, industrial corridors and MMLPs in Haryana, Punjab, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh. The Sonnagar-Dankuni section (536 km) has been approved by the Railways Ministry to develop through PPP and it forms part of the 1,875 km-long Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor (EDFC).

20 Jul 2021, 10:34:58 AM IST

Radico Khaitan gains

Radico Khaitan’s stock was trading at 817.15 apiece, down 1.15% at 10:29 am. On 14 July, the company allotted 80,000 shares of 2 each to the eligible

staffers under the announced its employee stock option scheme.

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20 Jul 2021, 10:27:41 AM IST

Adani Enterprises trades lower

The company’s stock was trading at 1,355.65 apiece, down 1.80%. Adani group has said that it has not received any communication or information requests recently from the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) recently and the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) show-cause notice was issued five years back. The DRI and Sebi are investigating some entities of Adani Group for non-compliance of rules, MoS Finance…



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