* BSE falls 0.07 pct; NSE ends down 0.08 pct * Modi win engenders hopes for India's sluggish economy-poll * Central bank to keep rates on hold-poll By Indulal PM MUMBAI, May 30 (Reuters) - Indian shares fell on Friday to mark their first weekly fall in four, as blue-chips such as State Bank of India declined after foreign investors sold shares for a fourth consecutive session, while caution was also seen ahead of GDP data and the ...
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