SINGAPORE (Apr 15): The Tantallon India Fund closed up 9.08% in March with the broad market outperforming the large-cap index for the first time in months, underpinned by expectations of strong earnings growth for the small-and mid-cap universe and a surge in foreign portfolio inflows into the market. The focus is now completely on the next general election (slated for April 11 to May 22) and (rising) expectations of Prime Minister Narendra Modi managing to retain a parliamentary majority.

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