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64 stocks from BSE500 recover over 5% from day's low 24.6.2016 Latest News
Berger Paints, Max Financial, La Opala RG, Muthoot Finance, Natco Pharma and Gayatri Projects recovered more than 10% from intra-day's low.
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Sensex plunges 1,058 points on Brexit; Market-cap down Rs 4-trn 24.6.2016 newindianexpress.com
Market benchmark Sensex took a big 1,058-point plunge this morning as UK's vote to exit European Union sent financial markets into a tailspin.
Sensex plunges 1,058 pts on Brexit; Market-cap down Rs 4 lakh crore 24.6.2016 deccanherald.com
Market benchmark Sensex took a big 1,058-point plunge this morning as UKs vote to exit European Union sent financial markets into a tailspin, eroding nearly Rs 4 lakh crore from the investors wealth held in stocks. Rupee was also down almost 96 paise, though the government and RBI sought to play a brave face saying the fall in Indian currency was relatively moderate in comparison to many other currencies globally. RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan also promised full liquidity support to ensure orderly adjustments in the market, even though he maintained that Brexit referendum has caused a major adjustment in asset classes globally with gold and the US dollar going up and the stocks taking a plunge everywhere. Soon after the markets opened this morning, heavy selling was seen across all sectors including realty, industrials, metals, auto, banking, finance, capital goods and power, as reports began to come in about Britain voting for exit from EU. In the pre-open trade itself, the Sensex fell by over 634 points, ...
Selfie costs youth his life at Khandala 23.6.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Selfie costs youth his life at Khandala
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JSW Ventures receives SEBI approval to begin investing 23.6.2016 New Kerala: Business India
Mumbai, Jun 23 : JSW Ventures, the venture capital arm of the JSW Group, has received the mandatory clearances from markets regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), paving the way for it to begin investing.
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Mumbai most expensive city in India for expats 23.6.2016 FirstPost: Investing

According to Mercer’s 2016 Cost of Living Survey, Mumbai (ranked 82) is the most expensive city in the country for expatriates, followed by New Delhi (130) and Chennai (158). Mumbai also surpassed major global cities like Seattle (83), Frankfurt (88), Canberra (98), Berlin (100) and Istanbul (101). New Delhi and Bengaluru have become more expensive […]

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Congress leader Gurudas Kamat withdraws resignation from party 23.6.2016 All News-IANS Stories
About a fortnight after he resigned from the Congress party, former union minister and five-time Lok Sabha member from Mumbai Gurudas Kamat on Thursday said he is withdrawing his resignation.
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Blackstone might list retail assets separately as Reit 22.6.2016 All Specials Stories
Blackstone is also setting up a separate team for managing retail assets, headed by Vikram Garg
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Brokerages ask clients to subscribe to Mahanagar Gas 22.6.2016 Top Stories
They cite attractive valuations compared to peers and growth opportunities in the gas distribution space
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DLF's shares rise on DCCDL stake sale reports 22.6.2016 New Kerala: Business India
Mumbai, June 22 : Shares of realty major DLF appreciated on Wednesday on the back of reports that speculated on a substantial minority stake sale by the company in its commercial property arm -- DLF Cyber City Developers (DCCDL).
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SRS Group to invest Rs 200 crore in multiplex business 22.6.2016 ET: Entertainment
The screens, equipped with technology and innovation, will offer a customised theatre geometry and powerful digital sound system, the company said.
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Youth falls off Mumbai-Pune expressway bridge while clicking selfie, dies 22.6.2016 Hindu: National
The Mumbai-Pune expressway claimed yet another victim in a bizarre fashion on Wednesday after a 20-year-old student fell to his death near the Khandala Ghat while allegedly clicking a selfie, said po...
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Metro digging work, potholes after showers make commuting a pain: Kharghar locals 22.6.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Metro digging work, potholes after showers make commuting a pain: Kharghar locals
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Worli rises as city’s latest address for luxury living 22.6.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Worli rises as city’s latest address for luxury living
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Bombay HC asks MHADA to give info on tenements given to mill workers 22.6.2016 Zee News : States
As a large number of textile mills in Mumbai have become defunct in the past two decades, the land available to them is being considered for development.
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Sensex recovers 30 points in cautious early ... 22.6.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Sensex recovers 30 points in cautious early ...
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Discrimination in housing 22.6.2016 FrontLine: Home
It is now firmly established that the meaning of the word “life” in Article 21 of the Constitution also explicitly includes the right to housing. Therefore, the law can provide redress against discrimination in housing, provided judges exert themselves. By A.G. NOORANI
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Bombay High Court asks MHADA to give details about tenements given to mill workers 22.6.2016 DNA: Mumbai
The Bombay High Court on Tuesday asked the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) to inform how much textile mill land had been given to it for real estate development in the city and the number of tenements allotted by it to mill workers so far. As large number of textile mills in Mumbai have become defunct in the past two decades, the land available with them is being considered for development. These lands are valued at a high price because of their prime location, says a petition. A bench headed by Justice Abhay Oka also asked the state government to inform about the rehabilitation scheme it proposes to introduce for workers of the defunct textile mills. The court observed that the government and the MHADA were not disclosing details about the textile mill lands as well as their plans for housing former mill workers, who were rendered jobless after the factories closed down. The bench warned that if details were not furnished by the authorities, they would be forced to appoint an ...
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Sensex recovers 30 points in cautious early trade 22.6.2016 newindianexpress.com
Market benchmark Sensex opened on a cautious note to recover over 30 points in early trade today.
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Sensex recovers 30 pts in cautious early trade 22.6.2016 deccanherald.com
Market benchmark Sensex opened on a cautious note to recover over 30 points in early trade today on fresh buying by investors in select bluechips amid foreign fund inflows. However, sentiment remained jittery on mixed Asian cues as investors remained cautious ahead of tomorrows crucial referendum that will decide whether Britain will stay in the European Union or not. The 30-share index was trading higher by 30.41 points or 0.11 per cent to 26,843.19 with realty, consumer durables, healthcare, power, PSU, capital goods and banking stocks leading the recovery. The gauge had lost 54.14 points yesterday on profit-booking in recent gainers amid caution ahead of crucial British referendum vote. The NSE Nifty was up 5.95 points or 0.07 per cent at 8,225.85 in early trade. Brokers said buying by investors in select bluechip stocks coupled with a mixed trend in other regional markets following overnight gains in the US influenced sentiment here. Among other Asian markets, Hong Kongs Hang Seng index was up 0.34 ...
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