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You can view latest Delisted companies of BSE Exchanges.
Company NameDateRemarks
Aarya Global Shares 04/07/2018De-listed as per SEBI Guidelines, 2009
Aasheesh Securit 11/05/2018De-listed as per SEBI Guidelines, 2009
Aastha Broadcasting 11/05/2018De-listed as per SEBI Guidelines, 2009
Abacus Computer 11/05/2018De-listed as per SEBI Guidelines, 2009
Abee Info Consum 11/05/2018De-listed as per SEBI Guidelines, 2009
ABL Bio-Techno 04/07/2018De-listed as per SEBI Guidelines, 2009
Accentia Technologie 11/05/2018De-listed as per SEBI Guidelines, 2009
Acclaim Industries 11/05/2018De-listed as per SEBI Guidelines, 2009
Acropetal Technologi 04/07/2018De-listed as per SEBI Guidelines, 2009
Aditya Birla Nuvo 08/01/2018De-listed due to SoA with Grasim Industries Ltd.
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