The Bombay Stock Exchange 30-share Sensex on Monday pared its early morning gains and moved up by 105.54 points or 0.77 per cent from Friday's close.
The BSE which opened 179 points up in the morning trade on the back of strong global cues amid continued political uncertainty was quoted at 13,740.94 at 1015 hrs, a rise of 105.54 points or 0.77 per cent from its last weekend's close.
The broader S&P CNX Nifty of the National Stock Exchange also up 26.45 points at 4,118.70 at 1015 hrs from its previous close.
Marketmen said there was continued uncertainty on the political front even as the Congress-led UPA government was confident of winning the trust vote in Parliament on July 22.
Asian indices were up by 1.58 per cent to 3.54 per cent about during morning trading. The Nikkei, however, was down 0.65 per cent.
They said Foreign Institutional Investors were heavy buyers in key stocks and were believed to be accumulating frontline shares at the current levels.