* BSE ends down 0.73 pct; NSE falls 0.69 pct * Cement makers hit by profit-taking ahead * Maruti gains after unveiling new Alto model By Manoj Dharra MUMBAI, Oct 16 (Reuters) - Indian shares fell on Tuesday as Tata Motors retreated after monthly sales at unit Jaguar Land Rover disappointed, while Reliance Industries was pressured by profit-taking after quarterly earnings met forecasts. After surging 7.7 percent in September, India's benchmark BSE index has fallen 1 ...
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