Participatory Notes investors put in Rs 1.51 lakh cr in 2012
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- Dhowan takes over as Navy Chief, superseded Sinha resigns
- Congress releases CD of Uma Bharti calling Narendra Modi 'Vinash Purush'
- India to pay Russia for arms, ammo it sells to Afghanistan
FIIs, the key driver of Indian markets, poured in USD 24.4 billion into Indian equities in 2012, about USD 5 billion below from the record purchases two years ago.
P-notes have been accounting for about 15-20 per cent of
total FII holdings in India since 2009, lower than 25-40 per cent of such holdings in 2008.
It was as high as over 50 per cent at the peak of Indian stock market bull run during a few months of 2007.
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- An entire society in Kothrud could not vote
- Chaos, anger across city over missing names
- Mulayam pushes third front, says will stake claim to PM post
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- AAP biggies focus on Vishwas, Kejri seats, other units suffer