BOMBAY, Aug 29 (Reuters) - India's second-largest truck maker Ashok Leyland Ltd said on Thursday it has bagged two orders totally worth 340 million rupees ($7.0 million) for export of buses to Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. Its shares were up 3.66 percent at 101.85 rupees at the Bombay Stock Exchange after the news, while the benchmark exchange index was up 0.11 percent. ($1 = 48.5 Indian rupees)
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