The BSE Sensex closed at 10,860.04 Friday, down 18.70 points. The index reached an intraday record high of 10,951.38 before settling at the closing level. The gainers on the BSE Sensex included ONGC, which added 2.5% to reach Rs 1,221. Hindalco rose 2% to close at Rs 159.65, Tata Motors ( TTM) gained 2% to Rs 936.05, TCS was up 1.8% to settle at Rs 1,863, and Grasim Industries rose 1.4% to reach Rs 1923. Other gainers on the BSE were Zee Telefilms, which was up 6%. Mphasis BFL rose 6%, Dena Bank gained 5%, Aventis Pharma rose 5%, GTL rose 4.3%, and IPCL gained 4%. Suzlon Energy edged up 0.5% to Rs 1,289 on reports that the company has plans of investing more funds in its proposed plant in China to manufacture 600-megawatt wind-turbine generators. Wockhardt gained 0.1% to reach Rs 513.15 on reports that the company plans to raise up to $800 million to fund overseas acquisitions. The losers on the BSE Sensex were Tata Steel, which fell 1.7% to settle at Rs. 462, and L&T, which shed 1.6% to Rs 2,466.75. Infosys ( INFY) dropped 1.5% to Rs 2,877.40, Reliance Energy declined 1.5% to Rs 641.35, Satyam ( SAY) fell 1.5% to Rs 811.55, and Gujarat Ambuja lost 1.4% to Rs 97.80. Other losers on the BSE were Visual Soft, which dropped 14.4%. Ramco Systems declined 3.3%, Balaji Telefilms declined 3.3%, Alstom Projects fell 3.1%, and Asahi India lost 3%. KLG Systel lost 0.7% to Rs 114.75 after its board approved a borrowing program of up to $10 million.