The recent rally in the index is being attributed to a change in its sectoral weightages.
Markets regulator Sebi last week directed Indian companies to temporarily stop issuing rupee denominated bonds also known as masala bonds.
The department of public investment and management (DIPAM), which will set up the ETF, will consider all options before taking a final decision.
On Tuesday, the Sensex ended flat at 32,228.27 after scaling a new high of 32,374.30. The Nifty hit 10011.30 in intra-day trade, an alltime high, but
Experts advised traders to remain cautious and not to get carried away and wait for a breakout.
Revenues from operations grew by 7.5% to Rs 8612.91 crore in the period under review.
Provisions for the bank jumped to Rs 112 crore against just Rs 35 crore last year.
The consolidated revenues of the company touched Rs 84.11 crore, up 21 % from a year earlier.
Sebi has engaged HDFC Realty to assist it for sale of these 16 properties.
Total income of the company increased by 5% YoY to Rs 4306.60 crore during the quarter under review.
The Fed will likely be less confident about the robustness of the economic recovery.
The company said its revenue for the quarter rose 27 per cent YoY to Rs 18,203 crore.