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Bharti Airtel share price gains after CLSA retains 'buy'

Motilal Oswal, too, has a 'buy' on the stock, with the target at Rs 650 against CLSA's Rs 715 per share.

Bharti Airtel share price gains after CLSA retains buy
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Motilal Oswal, too, has a 'buy' on the stock, with the target at Rs 650 against CLSA's Rs 715 per share.

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