MUMBAI, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Indian shares provisionally closed on Thursday at their highest levels since April 2011, after the government agreed to a vote on its decision to let foreign supermarkets set up shop in India, taking a major step towards ending a deadlock in the parliament. Rate-sensitive shares were leading the gains: ICICI Bank rose 4.9 percent, HDFC Bank gains 3.2 percent. Tata Motors added 4.46 percent, while DLF rose 1.8 percent. The BSE index provisionally ...
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