* BSE falls 0.48 pct; NSE falls 0.6 pct * Volumes in F&O segment reach $76 bln, setting record * Trading may turn cautious in last few days of 2012 (Adds details on derivatives expiry; tweaks headline) By Manoj Dharra MUMBAI, Dec 27 (Reuters) - Indian shares fell as recent gainers such as Reliance Industries were hit by profit-booking, while IT stocks fell due to concerns about their outlooks on a day in which the expiry of derivatives led to record volumes in the futures ...
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