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Tata, Godrej and Adani keen to buy Sahara properties

A large number of corporates, including Tata, Godrej, Adani and Patanjali, have shown interest in buying embattled Sahara group's 30 properties estimated to be worth Rs 7,400 crore. The properties, mostly land parcels being auctioned by real estate consultant ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
Tata, Godrej, Adani interested in Sahara assets The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago

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Weekly Wrap: Sensex, Nifty post marginal losses

Mumbai: Despite opening on a buoyant note on positive global cues, the market ended the session on a flat note on Tuesday, after an extremely sluggish mid-session. After taking a breather of sorts on the last two sessions of the previous week, the bulls came ...
 Sify2 weeks ago Sensex, Nifty fail to hold early gains, end marginally lower  Sify1 month ago
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Sensex ends marginally down after choppy ride

Mumbai: The Indian stock market witnessed another lackluster session as investors largely stayed away on the sidelines for the second successive day on Wednesday, looking for prominent triggers. The U.S. Federal Reserve's two-day monetary policy meeting ends ...
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Sensex slips 47 pts as RBI holds policy rate

Market breadth depicted gains with 1,476 advances over 1,403 declines on the BSE. 140 stocks remained unchanged. Benchmark indices pared losses to end the day on a flat note after the Reserve Bank of India decided to keep the repo rate unchanged at 6.25% in line with the market expectations. Maintaining the ‘neutral’ stance, the Central Bank raised the FY17 GVA target for FY18 to 7.4%. However, it raised the reverse rate to 6% from 5.75% due to narrowing of the liquidity adjustment ...
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