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532540 | TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES LTD. | 2476.20 | 485020.22 | 500325 | RELIANCE INDUSTRIES LTD. | 926.85 | 299924.43 | 500312 | OIL AND NATURAL GAS CORPORATION LTD. | 329.90 | 282245.62 | 500875 | ITC LTD. | 351.75 | 281945.90 | 500180 | HDFC BANK LTD. | 1018.90 | 255386.81 | 500209 | INFOSYS LTD. | 2181.95 | 250590.92 | 524715 | SUN PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES LTD. | 1037.30 | 249580.69 | 533278 | COAL INDIA LTD. | 381.10 | 240716.65 | 500112 | STATE BANK OF INDIA | 291.05 | 220214.48 | 500010 | HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FINANCE CORP.LTD. | 1302.50 | 205103.56 | 500696 | HINDUSTAN UNILEVER LTD. | 936.50 | 202608.48 | 532174 | ICICI BANK LTD. | 310.10 | 179783.31 | 532454 | BHARTI AIRTEL LTD. | 406.05 | 162314.43 | 500510 | LARSEN & TOUBRO LTD. | 1742.25 | 161952.95 | 500570 | TATA MOTORS LTD. | 535.20 | 145791.31 | 507685 | WIPRO LTD. | 586.55 | 144822.68 | 532281 | HCL TECHNOLOGIES LTD. | 939.00 | 131994.85 | 532555 | NTPC LTD. | 158.00 | 130278.34 | 532215 | AXIS BANK LTD. | 534.15 | 126636.79 | 532500 | MARUTI SUZUKI INDIA LTD. | 3642.40 | 110029.64 | 500247 | KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK LTD. | 1384.75 | 106951.54 | 530965 | INDIAN OIL CORPORATION LTD. | 359.80 | 87357.73 | 500530 | BOSCH LTD. | 25577.00 | 80308.97 | 500257 | LUPIN LTD. | 1768.65 | 79498.75 | 532898 | POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. | 150.20 | 78578.48 | 500820 | ASIAN PAINTS LTD. | 819.05 | 78563.09 | 532538 | ULTRATECH CEMENT LTD. | 2806.75 | 77018.52 | 500520 | MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA LTD. | 1224.30 | 76040.34 | 500188 | HINDUSTAN ZINC LTD. | 172.10 | 72717.74 | 534816 | BHARTI INFRATEL LTD. | 375.80 | 71167.85 | 532822 | IDEA CELLULAR LTD. | 196.95 | 70859.55 | 512599 | ADANI ENTERPRISES LTD. | 642.85 | 70701.29 | 500790 | NESTLE INDIA LTD.…...

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