Evening Capsule: Top 13 news stories to look at today

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Evening Capsule: Top 13 news stories to look at today
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	Sensex ends up 115 points, Sun Pharma, BHEL, Bajaj Auto perform 

	The Sensex ends the day at 19439.48, up 114.71 points while the Nifty closes up 47.45 points at 5859. About 1304 shares have advanced, 997 shares declined, and 144 shares are unchanged.

    Sensex ends up 115 points, Sun Pharma, BHEL, Bajaj Auto perform The Sensex ends the day at 19439.48, up 114.71 points while the Nifty closes up 47.45 points at 5859. About 1304 shares have advanced, 997 shares declined, and 144 shares are unchanged.

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	Sebi, RBI clamp down on rupee speculators

	Regulators toughened rules for derivatives trading in the currency market in a bid to arrest the steep decline of the rupee, which fell to a record low against the dollar on Monday.
	 

    Sebi, RBI clamp down on rupee speculators Regulators toughened rules for derivatives trading in the currency market in a bid to arrest the steep decline of the rupee, which fell to a record low against the dollar on Monday.  

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	Sebi to ask Saharas about unverified investors

	Unable to verify or trace a large number of bondholders in Sahara refund case, Sebi has begun a process to consult the business conglomerate for verifying the genuineness of such investors.
	 

    Sebi to ask Saharas about unverified investors Unable to verify or trace a large number of bondholders in Sahara refund case, Sebi has begun a process to consult the business conglomerate for verifying the genuineness of such investors.  

  • 
	Kirit Parikh panel on EPP of petro products meets today

	Kirit Parikh Panel is expected to meet today to discuss the export parity pricing (EPP) of petro products, reports CNBC-TV18’s Nayantara Rai quoting sources.

    Kirit Parikh panel on EPP of petro products meets today Kirit Parikh Panel is expected to meet today to discuss the export parity pricing (EPP) of petro products, reports CNBC-TV18’s Nayantara Rai quoting sources.

  • 
	Banks to 'name and shame' guarantors of loan defaulters

	Banks, mostly public sector lenders, began publishing pictures of wilful loan defaulters in newspapers and at other places around the areas of residence of such borrowers earlier this year to induce them to pay up.

    Banks to 'name and shame' guarantors of loan defaulters Banks, mostly public sector lenders, began publishing pictures of wilful loan defaulters in newspapers and at other places around the areas of residence of such borrowers earlier this year to induce them to pay up.

  • 
	BSE Sensex constituents April-June earnings seen flat

	Aggregate net profit for BSE Sensex constituents is expected to grow by 1.5 percent and revenue by 3.85 percent for the April-June quarter, according to a median estimate of 12 brokerages.

    BSE Sensex constituents April-June earnings seen flat Aggregate net profit for BSE Sensex constituents is expected to grow by 1.5 percent and revenue by 3.85 percent for the April-June quarter, according to a median estimate of 12 brokerages.

  • 
	TRAI unlikely to revisit spectrum refarming plan: Sources

	The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) is unlikely to revisit spectrum refarming plan. A high powered ministerial panel had sought telecom regulator's opinion on the start or reserve price to be set for forthcoming spectrum auction.
	 

    TRAI unlikely to revisit spectrum refarming plan: Sources The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) is unlikely to revisit spectrum refarming plan. A high powered ministerial panel had sought telecom regulator's opinion on the start or reserve price to be set for forthcoming spectrum auction.  

  • 
	PM chairs meet to revive manufacturing sector

	The Prime Minister on Tuesday, chaired a meeting to discuss issues related to the manufacturing sector. The HSBC/Markit purchasing managers index for the manufacturing industry for June stood at 50.3, slightly higher than 50.1 in May.
	 

    PM chairs meet to revive manufacturing sector The Prime Minister on Tuesday, chaired a meeting to discuss issues related to the manufacturing sector. The HSBC/Markit purchasing managers index for the manufacturing industry for June stood at 50.3, slightly higher than 50.1 in May.  

  • 
	Mukesh Ambani picks up stake in Epic TV

	Billionaire industrialist Mukesh Ambani has turned a venture capitalist and is backing a new television channel Epic TV due to go on air next month.
	 

    Mukesh Ambani picks up stake in Epic TV Billionaire industrialist Mukesh Ambani has turned a venture capitalist and is backing a new television channel Epic TV due to go on air next month.  

  • 
	Jet-Etihad deal in trouble again; FIPB may reject pact

	The Commercial Cooperation Agreement (CCA) that Jet and Etihad have filed together at the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) brings to fore a major anomaly, reports CNBC-TV18’s Sumit Jha.

    Jet-Etihad deal in trouble again; FIPB may reject pact The Commercial Cooperation Agreement (CCA) that Jet and Etihad have filed together at the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) brings to fore a major anomaly, reports CNBC-TV18’s Sumit Jha.

  • 
	Ishrat Jahan case: CBI court rejects bail of accused cop

	A special CBI court on Tuesday rejected the bail plea of suspended Deputy Superintendent of Police N.K. Amin in which he had contented that the charge sheet filed by CBI in the Ishrat Jahan encounter case was incomplete.
	 

    Ishrat Jahan case: CBI court rejects bail of accused cop A special CBI court on Tuesday rejected the bail plea of suspended Deputy Superintendent of Police N.K. Amin in which he had contented that the charge sheet filed by CBI in the Ishrat Jahan encounter case was incomplete.  

  • 
	LIC targets 13% growth in premium collection this year

	In an interview to CNBC-TV18, SK Roy Chairman of LIC says insurance company plans a total investment of approximately Rs 2,25,000 crore, out of which Rs 40,000 crore would be in equity.
	 

    LIC targets 13% growth in premium collection this year In an interview to CNBC-TV18, SK Roy Chairman of LIC says insurance company plans a total investment of approximately Rs 2,25,000 crore, out of which Rs 40,000 crore would be in equity.  

  • 
	China inflation picks up, limits room for policy easing

	China's annual consumer inflation accelerated more than expected in June as food costs soared, data showed on Tuesday, limiting room for the People's Bank of China to loosen policy to underpin the slowing economy.
	 

    China inflation picks up, limits room for policy easing China's annual consumer inflation accelerated more than expected in June as food costs soared, data showed on Tuesday, limiting room for the People's Bank of China to loosen policy to underpin the slowing economy.  

  • 
	Sensex ends up 115 points, Sun Pharma, BHEL, Bajaj Auto perform 

	The Sensex ends the day at 19439.48, up 114.71 points while the Nifty closes up 47.45 points at 5859. About 1304 shares have advanced, 997 shares declined, and 144 shares are unchanged.
  • 
	Sebi, RBI clamp down on rupee speculators

	Regulators toughened rules for derivatives trading in the currency market in a bid to arrest the steep decline of the rupee, which fell to a record low against the dollar on Monday.
	 
  • 
	Sebi to ask Saharas about unverified investors

	Unable to verify or trace a large number of bondholders in Sahara refund case, Sebi has begun a process to consult the business conglomerate for verifying the genuineness of such investors.
	 
  • 
	Kirit Parikh panel on EPP of petro products meets today

	Kirit Parikh Panel is expected to meet today to discuss the export parity pricing (EPP) of petro products, reports CNBC-TV18’s Nayantara Rai quoting sources.
  • 
	Banks to 'name and shame' guarantors of loan defaulters

	Banks, mostly public sector lenders, began publishing pictures of wilful loan defaulters in newspapers and at other places around the areas of residence of such borrowers earlier this year to induce them to pay up.
  • 
	BSE Sensex constituents April-June earnings seen flat

	Aggregate net profit for BSE Sensex constituents is expected to grow by 1.5 percent and revenue by 3.85 percent for the April-June quarter, according to a median estimate of 12 brokerages.
  • 
	TRAI unlikely to revisit spectrum refarming plan: Sources

	The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) is unlikely to revisit spectrum refarming plan. A high powered ministerial panel had sought telecom regulator's opinion on the start or reserve price to be set for forthcoming spectrum auction.
	 
  • 
	PM chairs meet to revive manufacturing sector

	The Prime Minister on Tuesday, chaired a meeting to discuss issues related to the manufacturing sector. The HSBC/Markit purchasing managers index for the manufacturing industry for June stood at 50.3, slightly higher than 50.1 in May.
	 
  • 
	Mukesh Ambani picks up stake in Epic TV

	Billionaire industrialist Mukesh Ambani has turned a venture capitalist and is backing a new television channel Epic TV due to go on air next month.
	 
  • 
	Jet-Etihad deal in trouble again; FIPB may reject pact

	The Commercial Cooperation Agreement (CCA) that Jet and Etihad have filed together at the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) brings to fore a major anomaly, reports CNBC-TV18’s Sumit Jha.
  • 
	Ishrat Jahan case: CBI court rejects bail of accused cop

	A special CBI court on Tuesday rejected the bail plea of suspended Deputy Superintendent of Police N.K. Amin in which he had contented that the charge sheet filed by CBI in the Ishrat Jahan encounter case was incomplete.
	 
  • 
	LIC targets 13% growth in premium collection this year

	In an interview to CNBC-TV18, SK Roy Chairman of LIC says insurance company plans a total investment of approximately Rs 2,25,000 crore, out of which Rs 40,000 crore would be in equity.
	 
  • 
	China inflation picks up, limits room for policy easing

	China's annual consumer inflation accelerated more than expected in June as food costs soared, data showed on Tuesday, limiting room for the People's Bank of China to loosen policy to underpin the slowing economy.
	 

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