Key Indian equity markets open in red on Wednesday
Mumbai: The 30-scrip Sensitive Index (Sensex) on Wednesday opened on a negative note during the morning session of the trade.
The Sensex of the BSE after opening at 35,452.35 points touched a high of 35,452.35 and low of 35,363.66 points.
The Sensex is trading at 35,405.33 down by 138.61 points or 0.39 per cent from its Tuesday's close at 35,543.94 points.
On the other hand, the broader 51-scrip Nifty at the National Stock Exchange (NSE) opened at 10,751.95 points after closing at 10,801.85 points.
The Nifty is trading at 10,754.60 points in the morning.
Karaikal Port Ltd, developed by city-based MARG Ltd, has asked Southern Railway to set up two new railway lines to boost cargo movement.
The amendments to the insolvency law which empowers home buyers to be recognised as financial creditors was introduced in the Lok Sabha today, even as opposition parties objected to certain changes in the Act alleging that these intended to "help one industry".
Shares of Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) fell more than 4 percent in trading before the bell, after a report that the electric car maker has turned to some suppliers for a refund of previously made payments in a bid to turn a profit.
U.S. private equity firm Blackstone Group (BX.N) has secured EU antitrust approval to acquire a majority stake in Thomson Reuters’ (TRI.TO) Financial and Risk unit, the European Commission said.
"I will take tuition from you," Javadekar told TMC leader and Professor Saugata Roy as they differed over the use of the word 'predatory journals' in the Lok Sabha.
The station, which was named after Lord Elphinstone, the Governor of Bombay Presidency from 1853 to 1860, has now been renamed in honour of a local deity.
Lavasa -an ultimate getaway, a city that would offer the charms of European locales, with five star comforts in a scenic part of Maharashtra has now become an abandoned town.
A second chargesheet by the ED has confirmed the trail of illegal cash Mallya transferred to his accounts across global tax havens.
Delayed payment by GMR-led DIAL, the Delhi airport operator, to the CISF guards could eventually lead to passengers paying more to fly out of the Indian Capital.
The West Bengal Police has claimed to have busted a Rs 100 crore plus job racket in the Indian Railways following a crucial arrest in the Indian Capital.