DVR shares of Tata Motors up on report indexes may include such shares

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Tata Motors' Differential Voting Rights shares (DVR) jump 5.9 percent.

DVR shares boosted after a report in the Times of India newspaper that Indian exchanges may consider admitting such shares on their benchmark indexes, traders say.

The index committees of the top bourses are talking with relevant market participants before arriving at a decision, the report said, citing people familiar with the matter.

This could narrow DVR shares' discount to regular shares, traders add.

Both BSE and NSE were not immediately reachable for comment.

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