BSE closes points 707.56 up on September 10

New Delhi, September 10 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 707.56 points up to stand at 19,977.62. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 216.35 points up to stand at 5,896.75. Wockhardt and ABB LTD were among the top gainers of Group A with an increase of 20.00% and 16.17% along with JPPOWER and Glaxosmithkline Consumer Healthcare Ltd. with an increase of 11.94% and 10.20% respectively, while the top losers of Group A include Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. and MCX with a decrease of 3.97% and 2.81% along with NMDC and IPCA Lab with a decrease 1.88% and 1.87% at the close of the markets. The Auto sector is up 643.31 points at 11,059.63 while the banking sector is up 197.19 points at 11,530.63 and the realty sector is up 28.91 points at 1,240.09. The Indian currency is up 1.38% at Rs 64.34 per dollar. Sep 10, 2013

India's Aakash Tablet Pilots Successfully Launched in US

The world's cheapest tablet, Aakash, has just made its pilot entry in the United States with 100 units. The made-in-India gadget began creating a buzz in dozens of countries when it was showcased at a United Nations conference last year. Aug 19, 2013

Mitsubishi to Launch Outlander Diesel in India by Early 2014

Japanese automaker Mitsubishi was apparently going though a tough phase in the auto market when the demand for its vehicles in India hit an all-time low for the past couple of years. But the company is not ready to give up so easily. According to reports, it is now planning to introduce the third-generation Outlander SUV in India next year. Aug 18, 2013

Mazda Working on Ford EcoSport Rival CX-3?

Japanese auto maker Mazda is reportedly working on a new compact crossover CX-3 which could raise serious competitions to the current Indian SUV market leader Ford EcoSport. Aug 17, 2013