Rebounding from previous declines, Indian equity markets ended the Tuesday trading session with gains amid mixed global cues.
The Sensex at the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) provisionally ended 291 points higher at 24,480, while the Nifty at the National Stock Exchange (NSE) ended 84 points up at 7435.
Broader markets outperformed the key benchmark indices. BSE MidCap index and SmallCap indices climbed around 1.8 per cent each.
Adani Ports, with a jump of 5.9 per cent, recorded the maximum gain in the Sensex-30 pack, while M&M, with a dip of 1.2 per cent, became the top loser.
On the currency front, at 67.62, the Rupee was trading five paisa higher against the US Dollar.