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  Maruti's Joyride on Bourses may Continue; Here is Why...  
  The Maruti Suzuki India's stock has gained 65% over the past 12 months.This has catapulted its valuation above the five-year average. Despite this, the joyride is likely to continue given the increasing share of new models in overall sales, falling discounts and rising capacity utilisation at the new plant in Gujarat.  
 
  Brokerages See Year-end Party on D St  
  The Nifty may touch 10,000 and the Sensex could cruise to 32,000 by December as a flood of liquidity and hopes for economic growth and reforms upend normal assumptions about valuations and market performance, an ET poll has revealed. The poll of the country's top 25 brokerages showed optimism about stock market returns this year with the Nifty and the Sensex expected to continue the winning streak witnessed since March 2016.  
 
  Auto, Banks & Infra Most Preferred  
  The ET Markets poll of India's top 25 brokerages showed optimism about stock market returns this year with the NSE Nifty and the BSE Sensex expected to continue their winning streak witnessed since March 2016.  
 
  A Cautious Street Rolls Over Fewer Bets to New Series  
  Continued positive momentum in banks is likely to help markets hit new highs in the May derivatives series with the Nifty likely to test 9500. But, the upmove may not be a one-way journey as lower-than-average rollover of futures positions to the May series indicates caution among the market participants.  
 
  Vadra Made Gains of Rs 50 cr According to Dhingra Panel  
  Vadra's lawyer says no wrong was committed; people familiar with the inquiry say it calls for investigation Robert Vadra, sonin-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi and brother-in-law of party vicepresident Rahul Gandhi, made unlawful profits of `. 50.5 crore from a land deal in Haryana in 2008 without spending a single paisa, the Justice SN Dhingra Commission is said to have concluded.  
 
  Kupwara Army Camp Attacked  
  CAPTAIN, TWO JAWANS, TWO MILITANTS AND A CIVILIAN KILLED First fidayeen attack of 2017 similar to Nagrota and Uri attacks; Army seizes three AK-47 rifles from the spot, third militant manages to escape Five injured soldiers have been shifted to the Army's base hospital in Srinagar Six people, including three Army men, two militants and a civilian, were killed in a fidayeen attack on an Army camp and subsequent civilian protests in Panzgam area near the Line of Control in Kupwara district of north Kashmir.