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Indian equity benchmarks closed higher on Thursday for a fourth straight session, buoyed mostly by gains in Airtel and information technology stocks, while investors awaited the country’s central bank decision on interest rates on Friday.

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Dear Trader… Indian equity benchmarks closed higher on Thursday for a fourth straight session, buoyed mostly by gains in Airtel and information technology stocks, while investors awaited the country’s central bank decision on interest rates on Friday. Buying in frontline stocks such as Bharti Airtel, HCL Tech and Tech Mahindra were aiding sentiment, while selling in SBI, Indusind Bank and ICICI Bank kept the gains in the markets in check.

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