July 28 India's NSE index rose for the second successive session on Thursday to its highest since April 2015 as sentiments were lifted by positive earnings of companies such as Bharti Airtel.
** Shares of Indian drugmaker Sun Pharmaceutical Industries rise as much as 2.36 pct to their highest in nearly two months
July 28 Indian shares edged higher for a second consecutive session on Thursday as improved corporate earnings from companies such as Bharti Airtel lifted sentiment, but broader gains were capped ahead of expiry of monthly derivatives contracts.
** Asian Paints Ltd jumps as much as 8.1 pct to a record high
** Shares of Multi Commodities Exchange of India (MCX) rise as much as 5.5 pct to 1,114 rupees, their highest since Aug. 20, 2015
** Bharti Airtel Ltd's shares rise as much as 2.5 pct to 381.80 rupees, their highest since April 28