BSE Sensex surged to touch the day's high of 27,247.17.
Experts say the new regulatory framework has made it easier for SWFs to access Indian markets.
Sensex closes 1.81 pct higher, while Nifty gains 1.75 pct, marking their biggest daily gain since June 2.
“We are working on the guidelines for wilful defaulters. It will take some time,” Sebi chairman UK Sinha said at a CII conference.
The guidelines allow issuance of shares subject to certain conditions like entry route, sectoral cap, pricing guidelines and compliance with the applicable tax laws.
The National Stock Exchange index Nifty gained 39.10 points, or 0.49 per cent, to 7,972.
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The 30-share Sensex had lost 244.48 points in the previous session.
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BSE Sensex index closed 0.26 percent higher while the broader NSE Nifty index added 0.24 percent.
Sensex fell over 72 points to close below the 27,000 mark for the first time in nearly two weeks.
In previous session, Sensex closed at life-time peak of 27,319 after climbing to intra-day record of 27,354.
Pakistan and China are also placed at a better position than India on the parameter.
The National Stock Exchange index Nifty also gained 58.30 points, to trade at fresh high of 8,145.15.
Analysts maintain that overseas investors are betting on the Indian market on account of the reforms agenda.
The benchmark indices ended flat on Friday ahead of the US jobs data.
With a forward PE of 69, Just Dial, listed in June 2013, was the most expensive stock.
The 30-share index had gained over 705 points in the previous eight sessions.
A BofA-ML report said markets are likely to double from current levels in the next four years.
Nifty rose to hit 8,000 level for the first time while Sensex hit a new high of 26,812.
Both Sensex and the Nifty have gained about 26 per cent this year so far.
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The credit relates to around 18 GW of power capacity, 60% of the 30 GW that is based on captive coal.
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Sensex ended Monday’s session at a lifetime high close of 26,437.02 points.
Jet Airways shares fell as much as 5.1 pct after rating agency Icra downgraded its debt rating.
Markets hit new lifetime highs but SC ruling hit investor sentiment with Nifty ending in the red.
The m-cap of ONGC surged to Rs 3,65,191.10 crore, while that of SBI zoomed to Rs 1,88,405.19 crore.