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Top Stocks to be Focused for 14 March 2017

Top Stocks to be Focused for 14 March 2017

NTPC: State-run NTPCBSE 1.88 % today said it has installed India’s largest floating solar photovoltaic (PV) plant at Rajiv Gandhi Combined Cycle Power Plant (RGCCPP) at Kayamkulam in Kerala.

Adani Enterprises: Adani EnterprisesBSE 2.66 % has applied for financing from an Australian infrastructure fund to build a rail line that is part of a $16 billion coal project in the state of Queensland, Australia’s resources minister said on Monday.

Tata Elxsi: DiSTI Corporation has announced a strategic partnership with Tata ElxsiBSE 1.37 % to deliver DiSTI’s GL Studio UI products with Tata Elxsi software services.

Mphasis: IT services provider Mphasis said that its shareholders have approved the proposal to buyback 1.73 crore equity shares worth about Rs 1,103 crore.

Alkem Labs: Drug firm Alkem Laboratories said the US health regulator has inspected its Baddi plant and issued three observations on account of violation of good manufacturing norms.

Gitanjali Gems: Sebi will conduct a detailed probe into the role of Choksi group and other promoter entities of Gitanjali GemsBSE 5.52 % in the matter of alleged irregularities in the trading of the company shares.

NBCC: State-owned NBCCBSE 2.49 % (India) has bagged a contract to construct new Supreme Court building in Mauritius with a project value of Rs 250 crore.

Idea Cellular: Telecom operator Idea CellularBSE 0.86 % on Sunday announced free incoming calls on domestic roaming and unveiled international roaming value packs that, it claimed, would prevent “bill shocks” to those travelling abroad.

Coal India: State-owned Coal IndiaBSE -5.23 % arm CCL on Saturday said that it will not go ahead with the proposed buyback plan worth Rs 1,001.8 crore.

Two-wheeler stocks: The two-wheeler industry, which has been vrooming with high double-digit growth till October, is likely to shrug off the note ban shocks and close the outgoing financial year with a 7-8 per cent growth, according to a report.

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