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Sensex crosses 75000 mark, was at 25000 when Modi govt came to power in 2014: How 10 years of Modi rule has been a...

The historic milestone aligned with Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led NDA government at the Centre for the last ten years. When Narendra Modi first became Prime Minister in 2014, the Sensex celebrated the historic verdict by surging roughly 1400 points to exceed the 25,000 mark. Now, ten years later, as PM Modi is vying for a third term in the forthcoming Lok Sabha Elections of 2024, the Sensex has crossed the landmark 75,000 mark.

India overtakes Hong Kong to become fourth-largest stock market, Sensex up 500 points

The strong inflow of funds from foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) lately also supported the stocks to march towards all-time highs.

Sensex and Nifty soars as early trends predict BJP victory in UP, Uttarakhand and Manipur

Nifty 50 of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) also soared 388.75 points (2.38%) and traded at 1634.10 at 11:17 am on Thursday.

BSE Sensex reaches 60,000 for the first time, surges 134 per cent in the last 18 months

The last 10,000 point rally, from 50,000 to 60,000-mark, came in just 8 months, the fastest ever since the launch of Sensex in March 1986

Those who blamed Modi for market crashes must congratulate him for Sensex at 50,000

As market crosses 50,000 points, will those who blame him for crashes credit him for bullish trend?

SENSEX crosses 50,000 mark for the first time in history, Nifty nears 15000

This is also the fastest 10,000 point climb for the SENSEX.

‘Modi hai to mumkin hai’: Congress leader Jitu Patwari hails PM Modi as Sensex recovers after Friday morning crash

Many people on Twitter contemplated whether Jitu Patwari is also planning to jump the ship

Sensex plunges during initial trading, trading halted in Nifty for 45 minutes after it hits lower circuit limit

The Sensex has plunged to 3090.62 points and is currently under 30,000 points at 29,687.52.

IRCTC to launch IPO on September 30, expects to raise Rs 500-600 crore

The government is looking to offload up to 20 million shares in IRCTC, following that the government's stake in IRCTC will come down by 12.5 per cent and expected to make Rs.500-600 crore.

Tax rates slashed for corporates, Sensex soars by 1300 points after big announcements by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman

FM Sitharaman made these announcements while addressing the media ahead of GST council meet in Goa.

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