BSE Sensex closes lower, Infosys, TCS shares drag

Nov 27 2013, 16:59 IST
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BSE Sensex fell as software services exporters' shares such as Infosys were hit. (AP) BSE Sensex fell as software services exporters' shares such as Infosys were hit. (AP)
SummaryBSE Sensex fell as software services exporters' shares such as Infosys were hit.

imposed an "import alert", effectively a ban, on a domestic plant operated by the Indian generic drug maker.

Maruti Suzuki India Ltd ended 0.2 percent lower after the company said it will recall 1,492 vehicles.

State-run Power Grid Corp of India's fell 2.2 percent on stock supply concerns ahead of the sale of its shares valued at about $1.2 billion likely to open on Dec. 3.

However, among gainers, some sugar companies surged after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh set up a committee on Tuesday under the chairmanship of agriculture minister to look into how to give help to struggling sugar mills.

Bajaj Hindusthan Ltd rose 1.8 percent, while Shree Renuka Sugars Ltd ended 1.2 percent higher.

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