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T20 WC: England thrash West Indies by 6 wickets after bowling them out for 55        Govt intervention needed to boost real estate market in Goa: Rohit Gera        With no Women's Ministry, activists demand that Taliban ensure women's rights        Shah lays roadmap for statehood for Kashmir, reviews security in backof civilian killings        Vessel-Boat collision : ICG rescues two injured fishermen in mid-sea        Vaccine makers played big role in India's success story: PM Modi        Finch backs out-of-form David Warner ahead of SA match        Volvo Car India launches Petrol Mild-Hybrids in Karnataka        With music banned, musicians of Afghanistan stare at bleak and uncertain future        No timeline for theatre commands, General Rawat refutes media reports        Kerala girl wins world handwriting competition        EAM, UK Foreign Secretary hold talks on trade, defence, climate change, Afghanistan        Actress Shruti Haasan launches parcos.com        Scotland bundle out Oman for 122        Arrest warrants against 12 war criminals in Bangladesh        Cabinet hikes DA for central govt employees        CGH Earth plans 10 caravan parks across Kerala        Milma launches ‘Deepavali Gift Box’        Presidents of Maldives, Malawi, Israeli PM, US Secretary of State congratulate India on reaching vaccination milestone        Australia recover to post 152/5 as Kohli emerges as sixth bowling option        
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Business News
Sensex, Nifty snap winning streak, end in red
 
Mumbai, Snapping their three-day winning streak, market benchmarks the Sensex and the Nifty ended in red territory on Friday.

At the close, the Sensex was at 59,015.89, lower 125 points or 0.21 per cent while the Nifty 17,585.15, lower 44 points or 0.25 per cent.

The Sensex, which opened at 59,409.98, registered days high and low at 59,737.32 and 58,871.73 points respectively.

The Nifty, which opened at 17,709.65, recorded days high and low at 17,792.95 and 17,537.65 points respectively.

BSE Midcap and smallcaps underperform. BSE Midcap index fell 1.14 percent while the smallcap index closed with a loss of 1.06 per cent.

KotakBank, HDFC Bank, Bharati Airtel, Maruti and NestleInd were among the top gainers at BSE while Mahindra and Mahindra, IndusIndBank, NTPC, LT, Power Grid and Infy and Titan were among the top losers.

Kotak Bank, HDFC Bank, Bharti Airtel, Maruti, Axis Bank were among the top gainers while Tata Stell, Coal India, SBIN, Hindalco, TCS and UPL were among the top losers.


Govt intervention needed to boost real estate market in Goa: Rohit Gera
Volvo Car India launches Petrol Mild-Hybrids in Karnataka
Milma launches ‘Deepavali Gift Box’
No application for virtual internship to be entertained: Sebi
Adani group companies to invest over $50-70 billion in renewable energy value chain
Kristal crosses 500 million dollars AUM landmark
RIL group firm to buy 40 per cent stake in designer Manish Malhotra's eponymous brand
Infosys COO Pravin Rao to retire, new structure in coming weeks
Zee-Invesco boardroom fight turns murkier, Zee claims Invesco offered dubious deal that could have caused shareholders Rs 10k crore loss
FM Sitharaman begins packed US visit, meeting with top investors planned
Fuel prices hiked again, diesel crosses Rs 100 mark in Mumbai
Federal Bank gets authorisation to collect Direct and Indirect Taxes
Tanishq launches two large-format stores in Hyderabad
SurveySparrow opens new office in Chennai
Federal Bank ties up with CredAvenue
ESAF Bank launches 'Supreme' current account product for NRIs
add add BSE ready with technology for launching electronic gold receipts
Indian economy's fundamentals strong; private investment picking up: Panagariya
Maruti Suzuki sales down to 86,830 units in Sept 2021
Flipkart and Myntra CEOs promise to explore growth prospects in Andhra Pradesh
KERALA NEWS
Vessel-Boat collision : ICG rescues two injured fishermen in mid-sea
 Thiruvananthpauram, Indian Coast Guard (ICG) has rescued two fishermen who was injured in a mid-sea  
Kerala girl wins world handwriting competition
CGH Earth plans 10 caravan parks across Kerala
Kerala rains: 39 dead, 3851 families in rehabilitation camps, says CM Pinarayi
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
With no Women's Ministry, activists demand that Taliban ensure women's rights
 Kabul, With the Taliban having disbanded the Women’s Ministry and replaced it with the Ministry of P
With music banned, musicians of Afghanistan stare at bleak and uncertain future
Arrest warrants against 12 war criminals in Bangladesh
IMF Chief Economist Gita Gopinath to leave job and return to Harvard University
NATIONAL NEWS
Shah lays roadmap for statehood for Kashmir, reviews security in backof civilian killings
 Srinagar, Delimitation would be carried out in Jammu and Kashmir, followed by elections and eventual
No timeline for theatre commands, General Rawat refutes media reports
Cabinet hikes DA for central govt employees
Nepalese national raped in Delhi's Amar Colony area
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