• Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd. 360.75 (0.03%)
  • Asian Paints Ltd. 1456.60 (0.07%)
  • Axis Bank Ltd. 743.85 (0.24%)
  • Bajaj Auto Ltd. 2958.10 (0.01%)
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  • Bharti Airtel Ltd. 327.20 (0.36%)
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  • Cipla Ltd. 526.85 (0.00%)
  • Coal India Ltd. 236.80 (0.88%)
  • Dr. Reddys Laboratories Ltd. 2779.25 (0.04%)
  • Eicher Motors Ltd. 21182.00 (0.01%)
  • GAIL (India) Ltd. 351.30 (0.17%)
  • Grasim Industries Ltd. 816.05 (0.06%)
  • HCL Technologies Ltd. 1016.20 (0.10%)
  • HDFC Bank Ltd. 2282.00 (0.01%)
  • Hero MotoCorp Ltd. 2580.20 (0.04%)
  • Hindalco Industries Ltd. 204.95 (0.88%)
  • Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd. 274.40 (0.86%)
  • Hindustan Unilever Ltd. 1673.00 (0.02%)
  • Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd. 1945.75 (0.10%)
  • ICICI Bank Ltd. 383.50 (0.54%)
  • Indiabulls Housing Finance Ltd. 714.05 (0.27%)
  • Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. 164.10 (2.88%)
  • IndusInd Bank Ltd. 1684.45 (0.06%)
  • Infosys Ltd. 735.80 (0.12%)
  • ITC Ltd. 295.20 (0.28%)
  • JSW Steel Ltd. 278.75 (0.88%)
  • Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. 1308.80 (0.15%)
  • Larsen & Toubro Ltd. 1377.20 (0.09%)
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  • Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. 6523.45 (0.01%)
  • NTPC Ltd. 135.65 (0.88%)
  • Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. 158.50 (2.46%)
  • Power Grid Corporation Of India Ltd. 201.90 (0.85%)
  • Reliance Industries Ltd. 1325.25 (0.10%)
  • State Bank Of India 293.80 (0.49%)
  • Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. 464.20 (0.41%)
  • Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. 1986.90 (0.04%)
  • Tata Motors Ltd. 171.35 (1.35%)
  • Tata Steel Ltd. 515.65 (0.09%)
  • Tech Mahindra Ltd. 789.60 (0.00%)
  • Titan Company Ltd. 1100.90 (0.03%)
  • Ultratech Cement Ltd. 3872.30 (0.04%)
  • UPL Ltd. 913.80 (0.25%)
  • Vedanta Ltd. 168.25 (1.95%)
  • Wipro Ltd. 256.65 (0.57%)
  • Yes Bank Ltd. 247.00 (0.88%)
  • Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd. 417.25 (0.99%)

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