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Indian stocks to watch: Tata Power, Mahindra & Mahindra, Ranbaxy Laboratories and more

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Summary10 newsmaker stocks to watch on Tuesday include Tata Power, Mahindra & Mahindra, Ranbaxy Laboratories.

Top newsmaker stocks to watch on Friday include Tata Power, Mahindra & Mahindra, Ranbaxy Laboratories, United Spirits and more.

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New bank licences: Jalan panel report by weekend

Canada Pension Plan may invest 20 billion rupees ($322.4 million) in L&T's infrastructure arm

United Spirits slashes capex plans as it struggles with slowing sales

Petronas to sell 25 pct stake in Canadian Progress to Indian co

JP group in talks to sell 74 percent stake in cement JVs with SAIL to ACC

Supreme Court notice to Reliance-led discoms on 9 billion rupees dues

Mahindra & Mahindra Two Wheelers says Kinetic sells stake to Samena Capital

Zydus Cadila gets U.S. FDA nod for Clonidine Hcl injection

Tata Power board to meet on Feb. 27 to consider fund raising options

Shree Renuka board to meet on Feb. 27 to consider rights issue

India corp bond deals to be reported on bourses from April 1-cbank

Daimler Trucks seeks to cut dependence on Europe with India push

Daiichi Sankyo unit Ranbaxy Laboratories suspends drug ingredients shipment from 2 plants

Bhushan Steel seeks 70 billion rupees loan; claims capacity expansion but banks consider it as rollover -

EVENTS/FACTORS TO WATCH

* Sanofi India quarterly results

GLOBAL MARKETS ROUNDUP

* NSE Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange are up 0.35 percent, while the MSCI-Asia Pacific excluding Japan index is higher 0.34 percent.

* Asian share markets regained some altitude on Tuesday courtesy of a tailwind from Wall Street which sped to historic highs amid more mergers buzz, while gold extended its recent rally.

* US stocks rose on Monday and the S&P 500 hit a record intraday high, helped by gains in health insurers' shares and optimism about merger activity.

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