BOMBAY -- Bombay stocks dropped again Wednesday, falling for the seventh time in eight sessions.The BSE Sensex dropped 133 points to close at 8,929. The index is off 8.5% in the last week and down 27% over a month. Losers included ITC, down 6%, TCS, off 5.3%, and Tata Motors ( TTM), off by 4.9%. Among the gainers were Reliance Energy , which rose 2.6%, Bajaj Auto, which rose 2.1%, and Bharti Tele, which inched up 1.7%. Maruti dropped 2.5% despite plans to set up a venture to make components for Suzuki motorcycles and cars in India. Wockhardt gained 3.4% on U.S. tentative approval for Divalproex Sodium delayed release tablets, making it the company's first product to incorporate a novel drug delivery system to be cleared for sale in the U.S.
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