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Wipro had announced a bonus issue of 1:1 in April 2017.
A raised revenue growth forecast also made sure that shares of the company go up by 2.52 per cent to end at Rs 700.90 on BSE.
BSE seeks clarification on the airline finalising the resolution plan.
According to a resolution passed by ANI technologies, Ola's parent company, the Flipkart co-founder is said to have made an investment of about Rs 150 crore.
NRI business tycoon Yusuff Ali, the promoter of the multi-billion dollar Lulu Group, too confirmed that he had no plan to buy a stake in Jet now.
Government in March 2017, had allowed public sector banks to offer stock options to their employees, aimed at retaining experienced hands and better incentives besides a means for raising capital.
The move is a follow-up to Samsung Electronics' decision made in April 2017, when the company vowed to retire 899 million common shares and 161 million preferred shares.
Shares of Yes Bank had slumped nearly 12 per cent Wednesday also after Moody's Investors Service downgraded the company's ratings to non-investment grade.
India's fifth largest private-sector bank lender has been having a bad time in the share market ever since the country's central bank has put restrictions on the financial sector.
Pharma and information technology shares tumbled due to stronger rupee which rose 50 paise to 72.17 against the US dollar (intra-session) in late afternoon trade.
The stocks worth at least 30 billion rupees are part of what India calls 'enemy properties' that once belonged to people who went to Pakistan and China.
Under the Act, the government is the custodian of the moveable and immovable properties left behind by the people who left India before or after Partition.
Shares of Maruti Suzuki India jumped 6.37 per cent to close at Rs 7,136.80 on the BSE.
As per Section 281 of the Act, auction or transfer of assets involved in any case being handled by the department requires an assessee to obtain permission from the assessing officer.
The tech sector posted the worst performance after Swiss-listed chipmaker AMS plunged 25 per cent as its outlook triggered alarm bells, but there was a broader force at play.