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The stock fell to its year-low on the Bombay Stock Exchange amid reports that the Delhi High Court has asked the troubled company to not sell its assets.

Snapping its eight-day gaining streak, Infosys, the second most-valuable scrip on the Bombay Stock Exchange, fell nearly 2 per cent in early trade.
The auto company surged over 2 per cent to hit a new high, but erased its early gains to settle in a negative terrain, as the investors booked profits.

The stock jumped to an early high of Rs 983.70 on the back of completion of RIL's  Marcellus Shale gas asset deal with Carrizo Oil and Gas.
Shares of Infosys Technologies tanked 2.65 per cent to a month-low of Rs 2,690 on the Bombay Stock Exchange.

Ispat Industries jumped nearly 5 per cent on BSE, a day after the domestic steel maker entered into a stake sale deal with UK-based trading company Stemcor.

State Bank of India, the country's largest lender, rose 1.67 per cent to Rs 3,111.80, to emerge as the best performer in the Sensex-30 pack.
The overall buoyant sentiment in the auto sector helped the company surge to a lifetime high of Rs 1,067.50, making it the best performer in the sector.
The state-owned oil and gas company's scrip rallied over 2 per cent on news of it bidding for British Petroleum's Vietnam assets.
Reliance Industries Ltd on Monday shot up by about 3 per cent on the BSE, making its shareholders wealthier by a whopping Rs 9,000 crore in just one day.
High dividend stocks have also outperformed the Sensex, making them sound picks.