Indian equities are trading marginally higher in the mid-morning trade on Thursday ahead of GDP data release. BSE Sensex which fell 100 points today regained partially around the early afternoon trade. The sell-off in the shares of heavyweight companies such as Infosys, ICICI Bank, and ITC are dragging the index down. However, on the other side few blue-chip stocks are rising the index and supporting the index to trim its losses further. We take a look at 4 large cap stocks which are resisting further decline in the index amid the dull trade. Bajaj Auto Shares of two wheeler maker Bajaj Auto are leading the Sensex amid the turbulent market activity. Earlier this month, Bajaj Auto entered into a non-equity tie-up with Triumph Motorcycles of UK to make mid-range motorcycles. Triumph and Bajaj will most likely make motorcycles displacing between 300 to 600 cc, which is the stronghold of Royal Enfield right now. The stock of Bajaj Auto today rose as much as 2.3% to the day\u2019s high of Rs 2,810.2 on BSE. Wipro Wipro shares are also supporting the index to trim losses due to slump in shares of rival companies Infosys and TCS. The stock of India\u2019s third-largest software services firm Wipro is one of the top gainers on the 30-share barometer on Thursday as its shareholders have approved the company\u2019s Rs 11,000-crore buyback proposal. The Bengaluru-based company has fixed September 15 as the record date for the buyback offer. Wipro being into the top five contributors to Sensex gains, advanced 1.8% to the day\u2019s high of Rs 296.9 on BSE. Reliance Industries Reliance Industries shares are also one of the top performers on Sensex today. The shares of RIL gained 1.71% to the day\u2019s high of Rs 1,591 after the oil-to-telecom conglomerate yesterday said it will make an offer for issuing non-convertible debentures (NCDs) worth Rs 2,500 crore next week. Other prominent gainer is India\u2019s top automaker Maruti Suzuki and is the second best contributor to the index gains. The stock of Maruti Suzuki rose as much as 1.52% to the day\u2019s high of Rs 7,685.15 on BSE.\u00a0Collectively these four stocks contributed about 58 points to counter the 97 points slump in the index led by the shares of Infosys, ICICI Bank and, ITC.