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Indian stocks plunged on Thursday after the government said the army carried out strikes across the Line of Control at terror launch pads in Pakistan-controlled part of Kashmir. The BSE Sensex lost 465 points, or 1.64%, to close at 27,827.53 points after opening higher on Thursday morning.
The healthcare sector has witnessed consolidation in the pharmaceuticals and the diagnostics space and the multispecialty hospital side is also expected to see some activity as
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