Benchmark indices ended the day flat after the relentless rally seen in the last few days as markets took a breather and some profit booking was seen at higher levels.
Global cues were also subdued with European markets seeing some profit booking, while buying was restricted after sharp gains of the last 1 week.
Shares in ITI jumped a huge 16 percent after reports that the Cabinet had approved sale of assets of the company. On the other hand NBCC lost 9 percent on equity dilution concerns after the government cleared stake sale in the company.
Shares in Gati fell after the Secunderabad court restrained Gati from pursuing corporate action like merger, declaring dividends, disposing of assets. The stock ended the day lower by 5 per cent.
Shares in Kwality rose more than 3 per cent after reports that the company has raised Rs 520 crore from KKR.
Meanwhile, markets across Asia ended the day lower, while most of Europe was trading with marginal gains.