After remaining net sellers for two months in a row, foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) in June turned net buyers by pumping in a net Rs 12,714 crore into Indian markets. Read the details here.
Take a look at these key events
Today: SAT to pass order in Franklin Templeton case. Shares of Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences and Dodla Dairy will make debut on the BSE and NSE. Delhi to ease COVID-19 curbs from today; gyms, hotels to reopen with 50 percent capacity Tomorrow: India to celebrate National Statistics Day
FICCI to organise virtual event on footwear industry
First-ever drone terror attack raises concern
In what is believed to be the first use of drones in a terror attack on an Indian military facility, two explosions took place at the Air Force base in Jammu Airport on June 27. Read here to know more.
Third wave likely to hit India late
The chief of the government’s COVID panel has said that the coronavirus wave is likely to hit India late, offering a six to eight-month window to vaccinate all eligible beneficiaries in the country. This report has all the details.
Electricity from vibrations
Scientists have fabricated a simple, cost-effective, bio-compatible, transparent nanogenerator that can generate electricity from vibrations all around for use in optoelectronics, self-powered devices and other biomedical applications. Read here.
Airbag rule deadline extended
The road transport ministry has deferred by four months the mandatory installation of dual airbags for front seats in the existing car models, in view of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read the details here.
Furore over new Alzheimers drug
Biogen's Aduhelm is the first Alzheimers medication in nearly 20 years. However, its Food and Drug Administration approval is triggering a backlash from many experts, who had warned that its supposed benefit relied on flimsy data. This report has details.