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Power Grid Corporation of India Limited is a transmission company engaged in the power transmission business with responsibility for planning, implementation, operation and maintenance of Inter-State Transmission System and operation of National and Regional Load Dispatch Centers. The Company's segments include Transmission, Telecom and Consultancy. The Transmission segment includes extra high voltage/high voltage (EHV/HV) networks and grid management. It also owns EHV alternating current (AC) and HV direct current (HVDC) sub-stations. The Consultancy segment includes planning, design, engineering, load dispatch, procurement management, operation and maintenance, financing and project management. The Telecom segment includes transmission infrastructure, enterprise services and topologies. It owns and operates over 129,350 circuit kilometers of EHV transmission lines. It has approximately 210 sub-stations. Its Smart Grid enables real time monitoring and control of power system.
Saudamini, Plot No.2, Sector 29
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Mohammed Taj Mukarrum
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Chief Executive Officer - POWERGRID Himachal Transmission Limited
Compliance Officer, Company Secretary
Vinod Kumar Singh
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Indian shares ended marginally higher on Monday after oscillating all day as consumer and pharmaceutical gains were offset by losses in metals, auto and public sector banks.
Indian shares closed lower for the first time in four sessions on Tuesday, as private banks and technology stocks dropped, with default risks surrounding China Evergrande Group denting sentiment further.
Indian shares dropped more than 1% on Tuesday after three straight sessions of gains, weighed down by losses in tech stocks and private banks and concerns about China Evergrande Group's debt crisis.
Indian shares were flat on Wednesday as losses in power transmission firms, including NTPC and Power Grid Corp, were countered by telecom stocks on hopes that measures on the telecom sector will be discussed at a cabinet meeting.
Gains in information technology stocks propelled Indian shares to record closing highs on Thursday, ahead of data expected to show a slowdown in monthly inflation.
Energy stocks helped Indian indexes edge higher on Thursday, while small and midcap firms regained some footing, as investors shifted focus to monthly domestic inflation data due later in the day.
Indian shares opened slightly higher on Thursday, driven by energy shares, with investors eyeing domestic retail inflation data for July due later in the day.
Indian food delivery firm Zomato Ltd surged 65.8% in its stock market debut on Friday, giving the startup a valuation of 988.49 billion rupees ($13.28 billion) and setting the stage for other domestic startups that are waiting in the wings with listing plans of their own.
Losses in energy and financial stocks pulled Indian shares down from record highs on Wednesday, with investors cautious ahead of key U.S. inflation data due later in the week.
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Indian shares ended lower on Wednesday, dragged down by market heavyweight Reliance Industries, and tracking broader global markets that fell on the possibility of a Democratic sweep in Senate runoffs in Georgia.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's appeal to citizens to switch off lights across India on Sunday to mark the coronavirus fight is generating a lot more work and some tough challenges for India's power sector workers.
Indian shares rose modestly on Monday as blue-chip stocks moved in a tight range, with Power Grid Corp and GAIL Ltd gaining about 1.5% each.
Indian shares settled lower for a fourth straight session on Tuesday, weighed down by losses in financial stocks, with State Bank of India closing at an over one-month low.
Indian shares ended higher for a second day on Wednesday, with Vedanta and Power Grid Corp of India leading the gains, while investors awaited cues from the federal budget due next week.
Indian shares inched higher on Wednesday in thin trade as investors stayed on the sidelines ahead of a key U.S.-India meeting later in the day and federal budget next week.
Indian shares edged lower on Thursday as investors remained on the sidelines ahead of the outcome of the central bank's policy meet later in the day.
Indian shares rose on Thursday ahead of May derivative contracts' expiry, with Bharti Airtel Ltd and NTPC Ltd leading gains, as investors awaited appointments for key ministries at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony.
Indian shares inched higher on Monday, boosted by gains in utility and financial stocks, as cheer over Prime Minister Narendra Modi's return for a second term in office continued to buoy investor sentiment.
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