"India strongly supports the shared multilateral commitment on completing the 15th GRQ by the 2019 Spring Meetings and no later than the 2019 Annual Meetings," Urijit Patel said.
“The applicant has not submitted any agreement or understanding among parties to substantiate the averment that AEL/Rewant Ruia has no management rights, special rights, or the ability to participate in the management of the applicant either currently or going forward,” Satish Kumar Gupta said.
Rising crude prices, strong dollar and trade deficit weighed on the markets.
Brokers said, besides continued capital outflows by foreign funds, profit-booking in recent gainers, rupee's fall below the 66-mark against the dollar and higher global crude oil prices, hurt trading sentiments.
The NSE Nifty was up 42.70 points, or 0.40 per cent, at 10,568.90 in early trade.
Earlier last year, the Central Board of Trustees had approved an accounting policy to credit exchange trade funds into the members account apart from cash component.
After trading in a narrow range during the early part of the day, the home currency drifted sharply in mid-afternoon deals to hit a fresh intra-day low of 65.51 before concluding the day at 65.49, revealing a steep loss of 29 paise.
The BSE IT index was the star performer, spurting 3.18 per cent, as a weak rupee boosted the appeal of software exporters. Globally, investor sentiment was tense on concerns of the US and Russia heading for a showdown in Syria.
In the cross-currency trade, the rupee bounced back against the euro to end at 80.53 from 80.85 and also recouped against the Japanese yen to finish at 60.93 per 100 yens from 61.16 on Wednesday.
The auction quota gives overseas investors the right to invest in debt up to the stipulated limit.
Global index provider MSCI termed the move by Indian bourses to restrict derivatives trading and data feeds overseas anti-competitive, and said such a move may lead to unnecessary disruption.
The 30-share index opened on a positive note, only to turn negative and trade 130 points, or 0.38 per cent, lower at 33,750.74.
Domestic institutional investors picked shares worth a net Rs 359.35 crore while foreign portfolio investors sold shares worth a net Rs 1,300.93 crore on Monday, as per provisional data.
The NSE Nifty breached the 10,400-mark, up 38.80 points, or 0.37 per cent, at 10,418.15.
The Sensex opened strong and continued to rise on persistent buying activity and hit a high of 33,846.50 but profit-taking at the fag-end trimmed gains to some extent and finally settled at 33,788.54, a gain of 161.57 points, or 0.48 per cent.
The BSE Sensex, which opened strong at 33,289.96, surged to the session's high of 33,637.46 soon after the RBI's policy announcement, before finally ending at 33,596.80, up 577.73 points, or 1.75 per cent.
The broader NSE Nifty, after scaling the day’s high of 10,279.85, slipped into the negative terrain to 10,111.30 before closing at 10,128.40, down by 116.60 points, or 1.14 per cent.
Rising for the third straight session, the 30-share index gathered another 98.15 points, or 0.29 per cent, to 33,468.78. Rupee edged 4 paise higher to 64.97 against the dollar in early trade on increased selling of the greenback by exporters.
In a relief to banks hit by treasury losses and bad loans, the RBI had on Monday allowed banks to spread provisions for bond losses in the third and fourth quarters of FY18 over the next four quarters.
The NSE Nifty was trading 29.95 points, or 0.29 per cent, lower at 10,181.85. On Wednesday, the rupee had ended 21 paise lower at 65.18 against the US currency on fiscal deficit concerns.