The key indices - which opened at fresh levels on Friday - had slipped into the negative territory on a sudden sell-off on account of an unprecedented event in which four senior judges of the Supreme Court met the media to complain that the administration of the country's top court was not in order, said market observers.
Dividend tax will be payable at the hands of recipient shareholders, in the classic system of dividend taxation, reports said.
The 30-share index had advanced 134.93 points, or 0.39 percent, to hit all-time high of 34,638.42, while Nifty had soared to a record of 10,690.25 by gaining 39.05 points, or 0.36 percent, in early trade. Tata Consultancy Services will announce its Q3 results tomorrow, while Infosys will declare results on Friday.
'Hundreds' of lawsuits filed over Lactalis salmonella: association
The baby milk powder was recalled previous year after a number of children fell ill. On Thursday, Lactalis announced the temporary lay off of 250 workers.
They are advising clients to wait for a sustained move on the upside before creating fresh long positions as Nifty is showing signs of overbought which could cap further upside but, today is a new day and D-Street will react to TCS numbers and Infosys.
Jain Irrigation gained 2% and IFCI climbed 4% after both stocks came out of F&O ban.
Among the secondary indices, the S&P BSE Mid-Cap index rose 0.41%.
Kenya eyes increased tourist flow from United States with launch of direct flights
An economy ticket to fly to NY direct aboard Kenya Airways starting October 28 will set you back Sh89,000. The airline will operate its state of the art Boeing 787 Dreamliner with a capacity of 234 passengers.
Sector-wise, the upmove was driven by oil and gas (up 0.69 percent), banking (0.50 percent), capital goods (0.48 percent), metal (0.45 percent), auto (0.28 percent), teck (0.14 percent), infrastructure (0.14 percent) and IT (0.03 percent).
MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.5 per cent, following two straight sessions of decline.
Notable losers were TCS 1.27 percent, Bharti Airtel 0.82 percent and Wipro 0.45 percent. The indexes posted a weekly advance of 1.3% and 1.2% respectively.
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So it's likely United Kingdom fans won't have to wait too long to enjoy what is set to be one of the biggest shows of 2018. Much of the show has been shot at the former home of Gianni , the Casa Casuarina, where he was shot just outside the gates.