Bombay stocks closed higher Monday, as power and metal stocks rose. The BSE Sensex rose 1.3% to close at 10,732. Tata Power rose 5.4%, while NTPC, largest power generating company in India, added 4%, and India's largest integrated private sector power utility company Reliance Energy tacked on 3.1%. Among the metal stocks, Hindalco jumped 5.9%, and Tata Steel gained 4.3%. Reliance Communications Ventures, the telecom arm of the Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group, rose modestly in its debut. One of India's pharma majors, Hyderabad-based Aurobindo Pharma, gained 1.4% on the news that the company has secured product approval from Health Canada for citalopram hydrobromide tablets of 20 milligrams and 40 milligrams. Power distribution equipment manufacturer Havells India rose 4.8% on reports that it got an export contract from Eaton Electrical Group for supply of domestic switchgear in Asia Pacific, which would bring in revenue of $10 million over two years. The major losers on the BSE Sensex were telecom major Bharti Tele, down 1.3%, carmaker Maruti Udyog, down 1%, and Grasim, down 0.8%. More modest losers included Hindustan Lever, software exporter Wipro ( WIT) and drug maker Dr. Reddy's ( RDY).