उपयोगकर्ता संग्रह 2019 12 17 Manik . बम्बई , भारत
The stock market closed at a record high on the second trading day of the week. The Bombay Stock Exchange Sensitive Index Sensex gained 413.45 points to 41,352.17 today and the National Stock Exchange Nifty gained 111.05 points to end at 12,165.00. The Sensex rose to a record level of 41263.44 in early trade today.
At the same time, Nifty Bank set a new record of 32,205.75 points. The Nifty had gained 89.85 points to 12,143.80 points this afternoon at 12.31 pm. The 52-week high of the Nifty is 12,182.75 points. The Sensex today touched a high of 41,401.65 points today. Of the 50 Nifty stocks, 39 closed in the green and 11 in the red mark. The stock market opened higher today.
The Bombay Stock Exchange Sensitive Index Sensex opened 113.64 points higher at 41,052.36 today. Meanwhile, the National Stock Exchange's Nifty opened with a gain of 28.5 points at 12,082.45. According to provisional data from the stock markets, foreign institutional investors bought shares worth Rs 728.13 crore on Monday. The domestic institutional investors sold shares worth Rs 796.38 crore.
On Tuesday, both gold and silver precious metals prices have increased. In the national capital, on Tuesday, gold has recorded a slight rise of Rs 11. According to HDFC Securities, the price of 10 grams of gold has come down to Rs 38,771 in Delhi. The rise in the gold price has been limited due to the strengthening of the Indian rupee against the dollar. Significantly, in the previous session, gold had closed at Rs 38,760 per 10 grams.
In Mumbai, the price of 24 carat gold on Tuesday has also registered a slight increase of Rs 11. Gold prices have been limited due to the strengthening of the rupee. The Indian rupee was trading 9 paise stronger against a dollar on Tuesday. Along with gold, silver prices have also increased on Tuesday. The price of silver has increased by Rs 75 on Tuesday. With this increase, the price of one kg of silver has gone up to Rs 45,610. Significantly, silver had closed at Rs 45,535 per kg in the previous session. Silver prices have increased due to the rise in buying by industrial units and coin traders.
There was a scuffle between BJP-Shiv Sena MLAs in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly. The issue of farmers was being discussed in the assembly, at which time there was an uproar. The assembly was then adjourned for the entire day.
BJP-Shiv Sena MLAs got into a scuffle on Tuesday in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly. In the House, the BJP raised the issue of damage to crops due to unseasonal rains. The BJP created a ruckus demanding assistance of Rs 25,000 per hectare to the affected farmers. Shiv Sena and BJP MLAs fiercely debated and scrambled.
With the commencement of the proceedings of the House, the BJP MLAs approached the Speaker's seat in the House. Slogans were raised with posters in hand, during which some Shiv Sena MLAs also reached there. They started snatching banners and posters from BJP MLAs. After this, there was a ruckus in the house. There was a scuffle between Shiv Sena MLA Sanjay Gaikwad of Buldhana and Abhimanyu Pawar, MLA from Ausa, BJP.
There has been an incident of ATM theft in Pune. Here three thieves came riding on a SUV in Chakan area and tied the ATM with a rope. After this, the thieves tied one end of the rope to a SUV and uprooted the ATM using the rope.
The incident occurred late night of 15 December. The thieves have carried out this incident in the spoiled area of Mhalungay-Chakan. According to the police, this ATM was owned by Axis Bank. Giving information about the incident, the police said, "This ATM belonged to Axis Bank, the thief came from Scorpio, a thief first entered the ATM and first sprayed the CCTV camera installed there. Then tied the machine with thick wire And after tying the wire, the ATM was uprooted from the Scorpio. In one stroke the machine broke out of the glass. After this, three thieves picked up the ATM and put it in the car and ran away.
Police say there was Rs 9 lakh inside the machine. Now the police is searching the CCTV footage of the surroundings so that the thieves can be traced. The thieves sprayed paint on the CCTV rooms, due to which the police are unable to get the pictures inside the ATM.
On Tuesday testing was conducted of BrahMos missile at the Integrated Test Range at Chandipura in Odisha. It is capable of twice the speed of sound when fired from a ship. Defense Research Development Organization (DRDO) and Integrated Test Range officials were present during the test.
The test of the Army version of the BrahMos missile was successful on Tuesday at the Integrated Test Range at Chandipura in Odisha. It was fired at 8.45 am. It is capable of twice the speed of sound when fired from a ship. With a solid propellant, this missile has a range of 290 km. And it is 20 km from the target. Can change its path at a distance of. After this test it can be included in the army fleet.
Defense Research Development Organization (DRDO) and Integrated Test Range officials were present during the test. It was fired from a very low altitude on a surface target. According to DRDO officials, it met all the criteria for testing. Its length is 9 meters and it is 200 kg. Warhead is capable of carrying.
The Army version of BrahMos is designed by RDO in collaboration with Russian missile manufacturer NPO Mashinostronia (NPOM). It has already been inducted into the Indian Navy fleet. The new version's propulsion system, airframe, power supply and many important equipment have been developed. This would be helpful mainly in targeting submarines, ships and boats.