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Asian Paints, BoB to replace R-Power, RCom in Nifty

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The National Stock Exchange on Wednesday said it would exclude two Group companies — and — from its benchmark from April 27. These two companies will be replaced by and in the 50-share index.

In August 2011, the Bombay Stock Exchange had exclude Reliance Infrastructure and Reliance Communications — from its benchmark Sensex.

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Asian Paints, BoB to replace R-Power, RCom in Nifty

The National Stock Exchange on Wednesday said it would exclude two Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group companies — Reliance Power and Reliance Communications — from its benchmark Nifty index from April 27. These two companies will be replaced by Asian Paints and Bank of Baroda in the 50-share index.

The National Stock Exchange on Wednesday said it would exclude two Group companies — and — from its benchmark from April 27. These two companies will be replaced by and in the 50-share index.

In August 2011, the Bombay Stock Exchange had exclude Reliance Infrastructure and Reliance Communications — from its benchmark Sensex.

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