Friday, Aug 14 2020 | Time 22:56 Hrs(IST)
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  • Health JS Lav Agarwal tests positive for COVID-19
  • Priyanka condoles death of Cong leader Surendra Goyal
  • Kothamangalam Church case: HC mulls possibility of summoning Central forces
  • Bihar Governor, CM extend greetings on Independence day
  • Kerala CM, Health Min test negative for COVID
  • Meghalaya Cabinet approves loan for Power Corporation
  • COVID cases surge to 211108, death toll reaches 3717 in K'taka
  • No question of withdrawal of free power to farmers: Amarinder
  • Amnesty schemes by Modi govt are designed to honour dishonest: Cong
  • Oppn should desist from petty politics in the name of freedom fighters : Khattar
  • India-Bangladesh border trade to resume through Meghalaya's Dawki land port
  • Containment zone in four villages in East Khasi Hills due to African Swine Flu
  • Guv extends greetings on I-Day eve
  • Meghalaya CM to unfurl Tri-colour in Shillong
  • India expects China to sincerely work towards complete de-escalation
Business Economy


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The sectoral indices led by Health Care, Auto, Capital Goods, Oil &
Gas, Realty, Metal, FMCG and Consumer Durables slid by up to 3 per
cent.
Major losers on Sensex were M&M, ONGC, Reliance, SBIN and Heromoto
Co, falling by up to 5.31 pc.
Top gainers were Tata Steel, Power Grid, HCL Tech, Maruti and Tata
Motors, increasing by up to 2.31 pc.
Dr Reddy's Labs dropped 5.58 pc after the drug maker announced on
Friday that it will address 11 observations made by the US Food and
Drug Administration (USFDA) regarding the audit of its formulations
manufacturing plant at Bachupally, Hyderabad within the stipulated
timeline.
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) rose 0.21 pc after the IT major
today announced a global partnership with JDA Software -- the
leading provider of end-to-end supply chain and retail solutions --
to build next-generation cognitive solutions and offer consulting
and system integration services around digital technologies, to
optimise supply chains for customers worldwide.
Bharti Airtel shed 0.03 pc after the telecom major announced that
its subsidiary, Airtel Networks Kenya, has signed a merger agreement
with Telkom Kenya and the new entity will operate as 'Airtel-
Telkom'.
The finalisation and closure of the transaction is subject to
approval by the relevant authorities.
Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL) fell 1.13 pc.
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