Recovering early losses, shares of Sahara One Media & Entertainment today ended 4 per cent higher on fag-end buying at the counter.
After falling 3.49 per cent to Rs 58 during the trade, shares of the company recouped the losses on investor buying and ended 3.99 per cent higher at Rs 62.50 on the BSE.
Another listed entity of Sahara Group, Sahara Housing Fina Corporation also ended in the green, rising 4.93 per cent to Rs 39.40.
Meanwhile, Sahara chief Subrata Roy was today taken by road to New Delhi for production by 2 PM tomorrow before the Supreme Court which had issued a non-bailable warrant against him in a case of alleged contempt.
Subrata Roy was arrested in Lucknow on Friday after he evaded for two days a non-bailable warrant issued by the Supreme Court for his failure to appear before it in a case of non-refund of Rs 20,000 crore to investors.