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Maruti Suzuki India reports sales of 1,12,554 vehicles in November, translating into a 28.18 per cent increase vis-à-vis the year-ago period.

The 30-share BSE benchmark, which had lost nearly one per cent at the outset, bounced back to close with a gain of 116.15 points at 19,521.25.
According to the data available on the National Stock Exchange's website, the company's IPO received bids for 3.69 crore shares, against 3.36 crore equities on offer.
The auto major has registered growth of more than 63 per cent from January to November 2010, compared to the 61,321-units sale it made in the same period last year.
The 30-share Sensex slumped by 448.83 points to end the week at 19,136.61, its lowest closing level since September 9. Nifty also fell by 138.35 points.
In a big boost to the burgeoning Indo-Israel bilateral trade, the two countries are likely to sign a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) next year.
The economy of the mineral-rich town has been left reeling after Karnataka's ban on export of iron ore.
The scrip is under pressure and has lost 14.46 per cent in the last five trading sessions. Similarly, RCom's share at NSE also tanked 3.68 per cent to Rs 123.
Pranab Mukherjee told investors to not be worried over the recent revelation of a housing loan scam involving top banks. He assured them that their loans were safe.
In a bid to increase electricity generation in Uttar Pradesh, four new thermal power units will be set up in different parts of the state by private