Nifty crosses 6100-level after 2 years, Sensex hits 2-yr high

Jan 22 2013, 11:25 IST
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Sensex rose by 26 points in early trade to touch a new two-year high of 20,128.58. (Reuters) Sensex rose by 26 points in early trade to touch a new two-year high of 20,128.58. (Reuters)
SummaryNSE Nifty breached 6,100-level for the first time since Jan 6, 2011.


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