Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund India Factsheet February 2014

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Published on April 5, 2014

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Find out how Equity, Debt and Balanced Schemes of Franklin Templeton India Mutual Fund have performed from the latest Fact Sheet for March 2014.

February 2014 Franklin Templeton Investments Monthly Fact Sheet

Contents www.franklintempletonindia.com Franklin Templeton Investments 2 Market Update . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 EQUITY Franklin India Bluechip Fund (FIBCF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Templeton India Growth Fund (TIGF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Franklin India Prima Plus (FIPP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Franklin India Prima Fund (FIPF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Franklin India Flexi Cap Fund (FIFCF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Franklin India High Growth Companies Fund (FIHGCF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Franklin Asian Equity Fund (FAEF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Franklin India Opportunities Fund (FIOF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Franklin Build India Fund (FBIF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Templeton India Equity Income Fund (TIEIF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Franklin India Taxshield (FIT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Franklin India Smaller Companies Fund (FISCF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Franklin India Index Fund (FIIF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Franklin Infotech Fund (FIF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 FT India Feeder - Franklin U.S. Opportunities Fund (FTIF-FUSOF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 HYBrId FT India dynamic PE ratio Fund of Funds (FTdPEF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 FT India Life Stage Fund of Funds (FTLF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 FT India Balanced Fund (FTIBF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Templeton India Pension Plan (TIPP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 InCOmE & LIQUId FT India monthly Income Plan (FTImIP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Templeton India Corporate Bond Opportunities Fund (TICBOF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Templeton India Income Opportunities Fund (TIIOF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Templeton India Income Fund (TIIF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Templeton India Income Builder Account (TIIBA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Templeton India Ultra-short Bond Fund (TIUBF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Templeton India Government Securities Fund (TGSF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Templeton India Short-Term Income Plan (TISTIP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Templeton Floating rate Income Fund (TFIF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Templeton India Low duration Fund (TILdF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Templeton India Treasury management Account (TITmA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Annexure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Scheme Performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 SIP Returns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 Dividend/Bonus History/Fund Managers Industry Experience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39

www.franklintempletonindia.com Franklin Templeton Investments 3 EquityMarketSnapShot K.n.Sivasubramanian,CIO-FranklinEquity Global Globalequitymarketsrebounded,helpedbysignsofcontinuationof accommodative monetary policies by leading central banks even as economicdatawasmixed,especiallyintheUS.CentralbanksintheUS and UK emphasized they would rely on a broad set of economic indicatorstoshapemonetarypoliciesandwillbeinnohurrytowind downstimulus.TheMSCIaCWorldIndexclosedthemonthup4.65%, ledbyrobustgainsintheUSaswellasEuropeanmarkets.Emerging marketsalsomanagedtofarewell,withtheMSCIEmergingMarkets Indexrisingmorethan3%inFebruary.However,theRussianmarkets and currency registered sharp losses amidst increased tensions with Ukraine. Commodity prices witnessed a strong uptick during the month,helpingtheReuters/JefferiesCRBIndexcloseuparobust6.75% inFebruary.GoldpricesroseonthebackofweaknessintheUSdollar, andalsoduetoitssafe-havenappeal,asgeo-politicaltensionsmounted. Crudeoilpricesalsosurgedduringthemonthasrecentharshweather conditionsintheU.S.isexpectedtohavebolstereddemand.Monthly Monthly change (%) Monthly change(%) MSCI AC World Index 4.65 Xetra DAX 4.14 FTSE Eurotop 100 4.23 CAC 40 5.82 MSCI AC Asia Pacific 2.25 FTSE 100 4.60 Dow Jones 3.97 Hang Seng 1.14 Nasdaq 4.98 Nikkei -0.49 S&P 500 4.31 KOSPI 2.00 Macro/Policy:India’stradedeficitnarrowedby2.4%YoYinJanuaryto $9.9 bn, helped by a 18% decline in imports, while exports grew by 3.8%YoY.Industrialproductionrecordednegativegrowthforthethird consecutivemonth,ledbycontinuedweaknessinmanufacturingactivity. Industrial output declined by 0.6%YoY in december, compared to a revised 1.3% fall recorded in the previous month. This was clearly reflectedintherelativelyweakQ4GdPreading-datareleasedintheend ofthemonthshowedthatGdPgrowthinIndiacameinslightlylower thanexpected,at4.7%YoYinthethirdquarterofFY14,comparedtoa growthof4.8%YoYregisteredinthepreviousquarter.Coresectoroutput (comprisingofeightcoresectorindustries)grew1.6%YoYinJanuary, slowingdownfroma2.1%YoYgrowthregisteredinthepreviousmonth. In a bid to boost the economy, excise duty rates on select consumer durablesandcapitalgoodswerereducedto10%from12%,intheinterim budget.Excisedutyoncarswasreducedby4-6%.Thefinanceminister alsoannouncedthatcurrentaccountdeficitinFY14isnowseenat$45 bn,comparedtolastfiscal’s$88bndeficit. OUTlOOK Economicnewsflowhasbeenmixedinrecentmonthswithdomestic growth environment continuing to be sluggish and export growth helpingIndiaontheexternalfront.atthispointoftime,wehavelittle hardevidencetotellusthatthereisgoingtobeasignificantrecovery. But if economic policies are anything to go by, particularly two elements- theconcertedeffortofthegovernmenttocutfiscaldeficit as well as RBI’s steps to curb inflation, have sown the seeds of optimism.Itisonlyaquestionoftimebeforeoneseestheseeffortsto startbearingfruits.Goingbythedirectionofthepolicy,thisshould eventuallyleadtorecoveryofeconomicgrowth,whichwilleventually leadtosignificantgrowthincorporateprofits. also,overthelastcoupleofyears,marketshaveexhibitedabi-polar tendency and have generally backed companies who are delivering growth, and punished the companies that are unable to deliver growth.Someofthesectorswhichhaverecentlydeliveredgrowth— likeconsumergoods,healthcareandITetc.haveseenexpansionin valuation;whereastheoneswhicharemorecyclicallyorientedlike banks, telecom, automobile, cement, etc., have underperformed. Goingforward,ifeconomicrecoveryshapesup,thenthebi-polarity could gradually disappear, and markets will start valuing some of thosedepressedsectorsrelativelybetter. Monthly change (%) S&P BSE Sensex 2.96 CNX Nifty 3.08 CNX 500 2.98 CNX Midcap 3.52 S&P BSE Smallcap 2.90 TempletonEquityView:IndiaStandingOut. ChetanSehgal,CIO-India,EmergingMarkets Indiahasnowstartedemergingasarelativelysafehavenamongstthe emergingmarkets.FirstwastheperceivedexitfromFragile5clubof countries – a set of countries with current account issues. now its politicalstabilityhascometothefore,withtheprospectofasmooth power transition in May, which makes it stand apart from the turbulencethathasbeenwitnessedinotherregions. IndianequitymarketsregisteredhealthygainsinFebruary,helpedbya strongrallyinglobalmarkets,andalsowiththingsimprovingonthe externalandinflationfront.Capitalgoodsandautostocksstoodout,as theybenefitedfromexcisedutycutsannouncedintheinterimbudget. Healthcare,bankingandconsumerdurablestocksalsomanagedtoclose the month with healthy gains. Metal stocks were under pressure, as recenteconomicdataoutofChinahasbeenweak.FIIflowsintoIndian equitiesaggregatedtoanet$420mnduringthemonth. IndIa

www.franklintempletonindia.com Franklin Templeton Investments 4 FixedIncomeMarketSnapShot SantoshKamath,CIO-FixedIncome afterastrongstarttotheyear,therallyinTreasurybondyieldsstalled asinvestorsfavouredriskassets.TherewasachangeofguardattheUS Federal Reserve, but comments from the new chairperson indicate continuityinpolicystance(measuredpaceoftaperingandlowinterest rates for an extended period of time notwithstanding the 6.5% unemploymentratethreshold).Inthecurrenciesspace,theUSdollar indexdeclinedalmost2%inthemonthofFebruary,assomerecentsoft economicdataandharshweatherconditionshaveraisedsomequestions on the pace of US recovery. Meanwhile, emerging market currencies stabilized,aftertheinitialboutofvolatilitywitnessedinearly2014. InIndia,bondyieldshardenedinFebruary,onthebackofhigherthan expected cut-off yields in some recent auctions, weak appetite for governmentdebtaheadofthefiscalyearclosing,andconcernsabout liquidityaheadofaseasonallytightmonth.However,thehardeningof domesticbondyieldswascheckedwithpositiveannouncementsonthe fiscaldeficitfrontintheinterimbudget,andalsowithbothconsumer and wholesale price inflation moderating recently. Meanwhile FII inflowsintoIndiandebtwererobustinFebruary,atanet$2.5bn— bringingtheYTdnetinflowsin2014toinexcessof$4bn. MarketScenario Yields: Government bond yields rose in February, especially at the longerendoftheyieldcurve.The10-yeargiltyieldrose10bpsduring themonth,whileboththe5-yeargiltyieldandthe30-yeargiltyield edgedupby3bpsoverthesameperiod.However,the1-yeargiltyield fell19bpsinFebruary.asaresult,thespreadbetweenthelongand shortendofthecurve(1/30yeargilts)widenedto56bpsattheendof Februaryfrom34bpsattheendofpreviousmonth. Forex:Therupeemanagedtotideovertheinitialturmoilintheemerging marketcurrenciesquitewell,andstrengthenedalmost1.5%againstthe dollarinFebruary.Overseasweaknessinthedollar,strongFIIinflows especiallyintothedebtsegment,andimprovementintradeandcurrent accountdeficitdatahelpedthelocalcurrencytoappreciate. liquidity/borrowings: Systemic liquidity within the banking system improvedinFebruary.TheRBIalsoannouncedthatitwillconductterm- repo auctions in March to ensure adequate liquidity in the banking system, during the advance tax outflows next month. average repo volumesinFebruarywereRs.31,322croresvis-à-visRs.36,093crores inJanuary.Theovernightcallmoneyratealsofellto7.75%attheendof February, from 8.80% at the end of the previous month. However, higher-than-expectedcut-offyieldsattwostatedevelopmentloan(Sdl) auctions conducted in February, did weigh on sentiments, and put upwardpressureonbondyields.Thecut-offyieldswerehigheraftera recentRBIreportrecommendedchangingthewaySdlsarevalued. MaCRO/POlICY a sharp fall in food prices helped both retail and wholesale price inflationtomoderatetomulti-monthlowsinJanuary.Consumerprice inflation eased to 8.79% in January, from 9.9% in december, while wholesalepriceinflationeasedtoof5.05%inJanuary,from6.16%YoY inthepreviousmonth.However,therewasanuptickincorewholesale priceinflationto3%,from2.8%inthepreviousmonth. Initsinterimbudget,thegovernmentannouncedthatfiscaldeficitwill becontainedat4.6%inFY14,comparedtoabudgetedestimateof4.8%. However, recent data shows that fiscal deficit for the april-January periodofFY14cameinatRs.5.33trillionrupees($86bn),or101.6%of thetarget,therebyputtingpressureonthegovernmenttocutspending. OUTlOOK TheRBIhasemphasizedthatthebestwayforacentralbanktogenerate growth in the long run is for it to bring down inflation. RBI also maintainsthatitpreferstodis-inflategraduallyratherthanabruptly— and therefore needs to use a balanced approach. The central bank’s increasedfocusonconsumerinflationisevident,andatthispoint,it aimstoreduceheadlineconsumerinflationto8%byearlynextyearand 6%byJan’16. Recentdatahaspointedtowardsamoderationofinflationandifthis continues in the coming months, the RBI may not need to tighten further. Whilst the rupee has stabilized and the external situation appears to be comfortable, we remain cautious. Economic growth remainssluggishandtherehasn’tbeenameaningfuldeclineinglobal commodityprices.Recentdevelopmentsonthefiscaldeficitfronthave beenencouraging,althoughitremainstobeseenhowmuchofitpans outasplanned,intheupcomingfiscalyear. Overall, we expect better visibility of interest rate direction in the comingmonths,dependingonincomingdata.Monetarypolicyactions are likely to be driven by both local as well as global factors. We continue to believe that accrual focused funds can help investors navigatethecurrentuncertainenvironment.Investorswithhigherrisk appetite and longer term horizon can look at long dated/gilt focused funds. 31-Jan-14 28-Feb-14 10 Year Gilt 9.06 9.16 Call rates 8.80/8.90% 7.75/7.80% Exchange rate (Rs./$) 62.68/69 61.75/76 RBI Repos (Average) Rs. Cr * 36,093 31,322 * Reflects borrowings only under the LAF window India’s low dependence on commodity exports for maintaining its currentaccount,andrelativelystrongcompetitiveedgeinareassuchas pharmaceuticals and software, makes it appear very resilient. In addition,therearealsomovestosolvethenon-performingassetissue, throughfiscalsupporttounderlyingassetsaswellasgreaterlending institution intervention.  SEBI has also set in place several rules for minority shareholder protection. The governance deficit has in many areasbeensoughttoberectifiedoverthepastfewmonthsandthenext governmentwouldnowneedtocarryforwardtheimprovementsfrom hereon.India’srelativestockmarketperformancehasimprovedover the past six months. However, it has been held back by relatively premiumvaluationsandlackofownershipheadroominmanylargecap stocksinthemarket.Thatneedstoberectifiedbythenewgovernment.

Franklin India Bluechip Fund FIBCF sector allocation - Total assets www.franklintempletonindia.com Franklin Templeton Investments 5 sIP - If you had invested `5000 every month in FIbCF... 1 year 3 year 5 year 7 year 10 year since jan 97* Total Amount Invested (Rs.) 60,000 180,000 300,000 420,000 600,000 1,020,000 Total Value as on Dec 31, 2013 (Rs) 63,984 204,432 391,598 603,024 1,235,897 9,080,225 Returns 12.52% 8.44% 10.59% 10.16% 13.84% 22.47% Total Value of B:S&P BSE Sensex 64,699 207,796 379,584 553,720 1,073,702 3,505,121 B:S&P BSE Sensex Returns 14.82% 9.55% 9.34% 7.77% 11.20% 13.16% Total Value of AB:CNX Nifty 64,193 205,486 375,176 550,415 1,052,462 3,426,092 AB:CNX Nifty returns 13.19% 8.79% 8.88% 7.60% 10.82% 12.93% Past performance may or may not be sustained in the future. Returns greater than 1 year period are compounded annualized. Dividends are assumed to be reinvested and bonus is adjusted. *The scheme became open end in January 1997. Load is not taken in to consideration. For SIP returns, monthly investment of equal amounts invested on the 1st day of every month has been considered. For scheme performance refer pages 29-36. *B: Benchmark, AB: Additional Benchmark As of February 28, 2014 INVesTMeNT sTyLe The fund manager seeks steady and consistent growth by focusing on well- established, large size companies TyPe oF sCheMe / INVesTMeNT objeCTIVe An open-end growth scheme with an objective primarily to provide medium to long-term capital appreciation. DaTe oF aLLoTMeNT December 1, 1993 FuND MaNager Anand Radhakrishnan & Anand Vasudevan NaV Growth Plan ` 241.9444 Dividend Plan ` 30.7578 Direct - Growth Plan ` 244.0898 Direct - Dividend Plan ` 31.0744 FuND sIze ` 4748.65 crores TurNoVer Portfolio Turnover 44.97% VoLaTILITy Measures (3 years) Standard Deviation 4.53 R-squared 0.88 Beta 0.87 Sharpe Ratio* -0.27 * Annualised. Risk-free rate assumed to be 8.58% (based on average of 3 month T-Bill Rate “during last 3 months”) exPeNse raTIo* : 2.14% exPeNse raTIo* (DIreCT) : 1.43% * includes service tax on Investment management fees MINIMuM INVesTMeNT/ MuLTIPLes For New INVesTors ` 5000/1 aDDITIoNaL INVesTMeNT/ MuLTIPLes For exIsTINg INVesTors ` 1000/1 LoaD sTruCTure entry Load Nil exit Load In respect of each purchase of Units - 1% if the Units are redeemed/switched-out within one year of allotment PorTFoLIo Company Name No. of Market Value % of shares ` Lakhs assets Company Name No. of Market Value % of shares ` Lakhs assets Auto Hero Motocorp Ltd 380000 7467.38 1.57 Bajaj Auto Ltd 250000 4856.75 1.02 Maruti Suzuki India Ltd 127102 2016.22 0.42 Banks HDFC Bank Ltd* 4300000 28702.50 6.04 ICICI Bank Ltd* 2700000 28179.90 5.93 Indusind Bank Ltd* 3700000 14705.65 3.10 Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd 1400000 9564.80 2.01 Yes Bank Ltd 2900000 8837.75 1.86 Federal Bank Ltd 9000000 6898.50 1.45 Union Bank Of India Ltd 3000000 3090.00 0.65 State Bank Of India 100000 1531.70 0.32 Cement Grasim Industries Ltd 550000 13958.45 2.94 ACC Ltd 670000 7393.12 1.56 Construction Project Larsen And Toubro Ltd* 1300000 14407.90 3.03 Consumer Non Durables Asian Paints Ltd 1500000 7094.25 1.49 Marico Ltd 2500000 5281.25 1.11 Hindustan Unilever Ltd 500000 2744.00 0.58 Ferrous Metals Jindal Steel & Power Ltd 2200000 5255.80 1.11 Finance HDFC Ltd 1200000 9820.20 2.07 Industrial Capital Goods Crompton Greaves Limited 3000000 3853.50 0.81 Siemens Ltd 500000 3092.75 0.65 Industrial Products Cummins India Ltd 1500000 7587.00 1.60 Minerals/Mining Coal India Ltd 3900000 9516.00 2.00 Non - Ferrous Metals Hindalco Industries Ltd 2700000 2837.70 0.60 Oil Oil & Natural Gas Corp Ltd 4800000 13994.40 2.95 Oil India Ltd 1700000 7696.75 1.62 Petroleum Products Reliance Industries Ltd* 3200000 25576.00 5.39 BharatPetroleumCorporationLtd 1900000 7175.35 1.51 Indian Oil Corp Ltd 2000000 4962.00 1.04 Pharmaceuticals Dr Reddy's Laboratories Ltd* 950000 27564.73 5.80 Cadila Healthcare 940000 9747.33 2.05 Cipla Ltd 1900000 7302.65 1.54 Lupin Ltd 700000 6954.15 1.46 Power NTPC Ltd 11000000 12386.00 2.61 Torrent Power Ltd 4580972 3806.79 0.80 Power Grid Corp Of India Ltd 4000000 3784.00 0.80 Software Infosys Ltd* 1230000 46988.46 9.90 Cognizant Technology (USA)* 270000 17289.61 3.64 Wipro Ltd* 2700000 16112.25 3.39 Tata Consultancy Services Ltd 400000 9091.20 1.91 Telecom - Services Bharti Airtel Ltd* 12000000 34500.00 7.27 Idea Cellular Ltd 1500000 1929.75 0.41 Total Equity Holding 465554.48 98.04 Debt Holdings Rating Market Value % of (Rs. in Lakhs) Assets Dr Reddy's Laboratories Ltd ICRA AA+ 104.98 0.02 Total Debt Holding 104.98 0.02 Total Equity Holding 465554.48 98.04 Total Debt Holding 104.98 0.02 Call,cash and other current asset 9205.35 1.94 Total Asset 474864.81 100.00 * Top 10 holdings This product is suitable for investors who are seeking* * Investors should consult their financial advisors if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. **Please refer back cover for Product Label Guidelines Long term capital appreciation A fund that invests in large cap stocks HIGH RISK** (BROWN) Product Label

Templeton India Growth Fund TIGF sector allocation - Total assets www.franklintempletonindia.com Franklin Templeton Investments 6 sIP - If you had invested `5000 every month in TIgF … 1 year 3 year 5 year 7 year 10 year since Inception Total Amount Invested (Rs.) 60,000 180,000 300,000 420,000 600,000 1,040,000 Total Value as on Dec 31, 2013 (Rs) 63,537 198,330 369,016 567,206 1,141,104 6,363,255 Returns 11.10% 6.40% 8.21% 8.44% 12.34% 18.45% Total Value of B:S&P BSE Sensex 64,699 207,796 379,584 553,720 1,073,702 3,640,914 B:S&P BSE Sensex Returns 14.82% 9.55% 9.34% 7.77% 11.20% 13.07% Total Value of B:MSCI India Value 63,565 189,327 331,681 491,680 997,369 N.A B:MSCI India Value Returns 11.19% 3.31% 3.97% 4.44% 9.81% N.A Total Value of AB:CNX Nifty 64,193 205,486 375,176 550,415 1,052,462 3,565,835 AB:CNX Nifty returns 13.19% 8.79% 8.88% 7.60% 10.82% 12.87% Past performance may or may not be sustained in the future. Returns greater than 1 year period are compounded annualized. Dividends are assumed to be reinvested and bonus is adjusted. Load is not taken in to consideration. For SIP returns, monthly investment of equal amounts invested on the 1st day of every month has been considered. N.A. - Not Available. For scheme performance refer pages 29-36. *B: Benchmark, AB: Additional Benchmark As of February 28, 2014 INVesTMeNT sTyLe Templeton Equity Portfolio Managers adopt a long term disciplined approach to investing and use the widely known philosophy of ‘value investing’ TyPe oF sCheMe / INVesTMeNT objeCTIVe An open-end growth scheme withthe objective to provide long-term capital growth to its unitholders. DaTe oF aLLoTMeNT September 10, 1996 FuND MaNager Chetan Sehgal NaV Growth Plan ` 122.2881 Dividend Plan ` 45.2059 Direct - Growth Plan ` 123.2094 Direct - Dividend Plan ` 45.5843 FuND sIze ` 457.15 crores TurNoVer Portfolio Turnover 4.45% VoLaTILITy Measures (3 years) Standard Deviation 5.72 Sharpe Ratio* -0.26 R-squared 0.79** 0.82# Beta 1.04** 0.86# **S&P BSE Sensex #MSCI India Value * Annualised.Risk-free rate assumed to be 8.58% (based on average of 3 month T-Bill Rate “during last 3 months”) exPeNse raTIo* : 2.69% exPeNse raTIo* (DIreCT) : 2.08% * includes service tax on Investment management fees MINIMuM INVesTMeNT/ MuLTIPLes For New INVesTors ` 5000/1 aDDITIoNaL INVesTMeNT/ MuLTIPLes For exIsTINg INVesTors ` 1000/1 LoaD sTruCTure entry Load Nil exit Load In respect of each purchase of Units - 1% if the Units are redeemed/switched-out within one year of allotment PorTFoLIo Company Name No. of Market Value % of shares ` Lakhs assets Company Name No. of Market Value % of shares ` Lakhs assets Auto Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. 145000 2300.14 5.03 Tata Motors Ltd., 201365 410.58 0.90 Auto Ancillaries Balkrishna Industries Ltd. 200000 783.10 1.71 Banks ING Vysya Bank Ltd.* 671115 3658.92 8.00 ICICI Bank Ltd.* 340000 3548.58 7.76 Federal Bank Ltd. 2036775 1561.19 3.42 Cement Grasim Industries Ltd. 65000 1649.64 3.61 JK Cements Ltd. 241990 405.33 0.89 Chemicals Tata Chemicals Ltd.* 2151396 5757.14 12.59 Consumer Non Durables EID Parry India Ltd. 347210 443.39 0.97 Ferrous Metals MOIL Ltd. 84344 195.64 0.43 Finance BajajHoldingsandInvestmentLtd.* 518407 4887.80 10.69 Sundaram Finance Ltd.* 534827 3221.26 7.05 Tata Investment Corp. Ltd.* 639785 2679.10 5.86 Gas GAIL India Ltd. 60000 221.76 0.49 Hardware HCL Infosystems Ltd. 365326 101.38 0.22 Oil Oil & Natural Gas Corp. Ltd.* 940000 2740.57 5.99 Petroleum Products Reliance Industries Ltd.* 350000 2797.38 6.12 Pharmaceuticals Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd.* 100000 2901.55 6.35 Software Infosys Ltd.* 120000 4584.24 10.03 Total Equity Holding 44848.67 98.10 Total Equity Holding 44848.67 98.10 Total Debt Holding 0.00 0.00 Call,cash and other current asset 866.32 1.90 Total Asset 45714.99 100.00 * Top 10 holdings This product is suitable for investors who are seeking* * Investors should consult their financial advisors if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. **Please refer back cover for Product Label Guidelines Long term capital appreciation A fund that invests predominantly in large cap stocks – a value fund HIGH RISK** (BROWN) Product Label

, Franklin India Prima Plus FIPP This is a Simple and Performing scheme which is eligible for distributiion by new cadre of distributors. sector allocation - Total assets www.franklintempletonindia.com Franklin Templeton Investments 7 sIP - If you had invested `5000 every month in FIPP … 1 year 3 year 5 year 7 year 10 year since Inception Total Amount Invested (Rs.) 60,000 180,000 300,000 420,000 600,000 1,150,000 Total Value as on Dec 31, 2013 (Rs) 65,339 212,017 404,576 615,494 1,306,908 13,544,956 Returns 16.88% 10.92% 11.91% 10.73% 14.88% 22.04% Total Value of B:CNX 500 64,340 202,739 366,761 534,404 996,917 4,525,362 B:CNX 500 Returns 13.66% 7.88% 7.97% 6.77% 9.80% 12.77% Total Value of AB:CNX Nifty 64,193 205,486 375,176 550,415 1,052,462 4,245,673 AB:CNX Nifty returns 13.19% 8.79% 8.88% 7.60% 10.82% 12.22% Past performance may or may not be sustained in the future. Returns greater than 1 year period are compounded annualized. Dividends are assumed to be reinvested and bonus is adjusted. Load is not taken in to consideration. For SIP returns, monthly investment of equal amounts invested on the 1st day of every month has been considered. For scheme performance refer pages 29-36. *B: Benchmark, AB: Additional Benchmark As of February 28, 2014 INVesTMeNT sTyLe The fund manager seeks capital appreciation over the long-term by focusing on wealth creating companies (companies that generate return on capital in excess of their cost of capital) across all sectors. TyPe oF sCheMe / INVesTMeNT objeCTIVe An open end growth scheme with an objective to provide growth of capital plus regular dividend through a diversified portfolio of equities, fixed income securities and money market instruments. DaTe oF aLLoTMeNT September 29, 1994 FuND MaNager Anand Radhakrishnan & R. Janakiraman NaV Growth Plan ` 267.0358 Dividend Plan ` 23.7311 Direct - Growth Plan ` 268.9347 Direct - Dividend Plan ` 23.9163 FuND sIze ` 2006.02 crores TurNoVer Portfolio Turnover 31.19% VoLaTILITy Measures (3 years) Standard Deviation 4.45 R-squared 0.91 Beta 0.80 Sharpe Ratio* -0.13 * Annualised. Risk-free rate assumed to be 8.58% (based on average of 3 month T-Bill Rate “during last 3 months”) exPeNse raTIo* : 2.34% exPeNse raTIo* (DIreCT) : 1.67% * includes service tax on Investment management fees MINIMuM INVesTMeNT/ MuLTIPLes For New INVesTors ` 5000/1 aDDITIoNaL INVesTMeNT/ MuLTIPLes For exIsTINg INVesTors ` 1000/1 LoaD sTruCTure entry Load Nil exit Load In respect of each purchase of Units - 1% if the Units are redeemed/switched-out within one year of allotment PorTFoLIo Company Name No. of Market Value % of shares ` Lakhs assets Company Name No. of Market Value % of shares ` Lakhs assets Auto Eicher Motors Ltd 85000 4341.29 2.16 Auto Ancillaries Amara Raja Batteries Ltd 1200000 4728.00 2.36 Bosch Ltd 47000 4402.16 2.19 Balkrishna Industries Ltd 550000 2153.53 1.07 Banks ICICI Bank Ltd* 950000 9915.15 4.94 HDFC Bank Ltd* 1450000 9678.75 4.82 Indusind Bank Ltd* 1218700 4843.72 2.41 Federal Bank Ltd 5500000 4215.75 2.10 Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd 430000 2937.76 1.46 Yes Bank Ltd 900000 2742.75 1.37 Karur Vysya Bank 700000 2194.15 1.09 Cement Grasim Industries Ltd 150000 3806.85 1.90 ACC Ltd 200000 2206.90 1.10 Ramco Cements Ltd 900000 1597.05 0.80 Jk Lakshmi Cement Limited 1300000 1045.20 0.52 Chemicals Pidilite Industries Ltd 1160061 3322.41 1.66 Construction Project Larsen And Toubro Ltd 300000 3324.90 1.66 Consumer Durables Titan Co Ltd 400000 968.80 0.48 Consumer Non Durables Marico Ltd 1700000 3591.25 1.79 Asian Paints Ltd 400000 1891.80 0.94 Finance HDFC Ltd 460000 3764.41 1.88 ICRA Ltd 200000 3747.00 1.87 CRISIL Ltd 207515 2334.02 1.16 Credit Analysis & Research Ltd 320000 2328.80 1.16 Gas Gujarat State Petronet Ltd 3500000 2019.50 1.01 Industrial Products Cummins India Ltd 570000 2883.06 1.44 Greaves Cotton Ltd 2400000 1416.00 0.71 Media & Entertainment Jagran Prakashan Ltd 3400000 3037.90 1.51 Tv18 Broadcast Ltd 10000000 2220.00 1.11 Minerals/Mining Gujarat Mineral Dev Corp Ltd 2240000 2358.72 1.18 Coal India Ltd 730000 1781.20 0.89 Oil Oil & Natural Gas Corp Ltd 1270000 3702.69 1.85 Petroleum Products Reliance Industries Ltd* 1105000 8831.71 4.40 Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd 650000 2454.73 1.22 Chennai Petroleum Corp Ltd 808131 471.14 0.23 Pharmaceuticals Dr Reddy'S Laboratories Ltd* 355000 10300.50 5.13 Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd* 1130930 6267.61 3.12 Cadila Healthcare 400000 4147.80 2.07 Pfizer Ltd 248300 2798.96 1.40 IPCA Laboratories Ltd 305000 2706.27 1.35 Cipla Ltd 400000 1537.40 0.77 Power NTPC Ltd 2100000 2364.60 1.18 Retailing Trent Limited 15938 159.28 0.08 Software Infosys Ltd* 440000 16808.88 8.38 Cognizant Technology (Usa)* 90000 5763.20 2.87 Wipro Ltd* 833030 4971.11 2.48 HCL Technologies Ltd 150000 2364.00 1.18 Telecom - Services Bharti Airtel Ltd* 4480000 12880.00 6.42 Transportation Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd 5000000 3500.00 1.74 Unlisted Engineers India Ltd 576022 863.46 0.43 Quantum Information Services 38000 0.36 0.00 Numero Uno International Ltd 73500 0.01 0.00 Total Equity Holding 194692.49 97.05 Debt holdings rating Market Value % of (` in Lakhs) assets Dr Reddy's Laboratories Ltd ICRA AA+ 73.72 0.04 Total Equity Holding 194692.49 97.05 Total Debt Holding 73.72 0.04 Call,cash and other current asset 5835.97 2.91 Total Asset 200602.18 100.00 * Top 10 holdings This product is suitable for investors who are seeking* * Investors should consult their financial advisors if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. **Please refer back cover for Product Label Guidelines Long term capital appreciation Primarily a large cap fund with some allocation to small/mid cap stocks HIGH RISK** (BROWN) Product Label

Franklin India Prima Fund FIPF sector allocation - Total assets www.franklintempletonindia.com Franklin Templeton Investments 8 sIP - If you had invested `5000 every month in FIPF … 1 year 3 year 5 year 7 year 10 year since Inceptio Total Amount Invested (Rs.) 60,000 180,000 300,000 420,000 600,000 1,205,000 Total Value as on Dec 31, 2013 (Rs) 67,489 227,143 446,239 659,869 1,213,002 14,687,852 Returns 23.90% 15.70% 15.88% 12.68% 13.49% 21.21% Total Value of B:CNX 500 64,340 202,739 366,761 534,404 996,917 4,790,913 B:CNX 500 Returns 13.66% 7.88% 7.97% 6.77% 9.80% 12.24% Total Value of CNX Midcap 64,062 192,922 355,576 526,706 1,003,246 N.A CNX Midcap Returns 12.77% 4.55% 6.73% 6.37% 9.92% N.A Total Value of AB:CNX Nifty 64,193 205,486 375,176 550,415 1,052,462 4,531,091 AB:CNX Nifty returns 13.19% 8.79% 8.88% 7.60% 10.82% 11.78% Past performance may or may not be sustained in the future. Returns greater than 1 year period are compounded annualized. Dividends are assumed to be reinvested and bonus is adjusted. Load is not taken in to consideration. For SIP returns, monthly investment of equal amounts invested on the 1st day of every month has been considered. For scheme performance refer pages 29-36. # CNX Midcap index has been included as additional benchmark for Franklin India Prima Fund (FIPF) effective May 20, 2013 *B: Benchmark, AB: Additional Benchmark As of February 28, 2014 INVesTMeNT sTyLe The fund manager seeks aggressive growth by focusing primarily on mid and small cap companies. TyPe oF sCheMe / INVesTMeNT objeCTIVe An open-end growth scheme with an objective to provide medium to long- term capital appreciation as a primary objective and income as a secondary objective. DaTe oF aLLoTMeNT December 1, 1993 FuND MaNagers R. Janakiraman & K. N. Sivasubramanian (W.e.f. 3rd of March 2014, Roshi Jain will be the new fund manager on the scheme instead of K.N. Sivasubramanian) NaV Growth Plan ` 354.7448 Dividend Plan ` 36.0677 Direct - Growth Plan ` 357.8608 Direct - Dividend Plan ` 36.4018 FuND sIze ` 991.35 crores TurNoVer Portfolio Turnover 34.76% VoLaTILITy Measures (3 years) Standard Deviation 4.58 R-squared 0.80 Beta 0.77 Sharpe Ratio* 0.06 * Annualised. Risk-free rate assumed to be 8.58% (based on average of 3 month T-Bill Rate “during last 3 months”) exPeNse raTIo* : 2.48% exPeNse raTIo* (DIreCT) : 1.50% * includes service tax on Investment management fees MINIMuM INVesTMeNT/ MuLTIPLes For New INVesTors ` 5000/1 aDDITIoNaL INVesTMeNT/ MuLTIPLes For exIsTINg INVesTors ` 1000/1 LoaD sTruCTure: entry Load: Nil exit Load: In respect of each purchase of Units - 1% if the Units are redeemed/switched-out within one year of allotment PorTFoLIo Company Name No. of Market Value % of shares ` Lakhs assets Company Name No. of Market Value % of shares ` Lakhs assets Auto Eicher Motors Ltd. 25000 1276.85 1.29 Auto Ancillaries Amara Raja Batteries Ltd.* 1112094 4381.65 4.42 Apollo Tyres Ltd. 1200000 1581.60 1.60 Bosch Ltd. 8994 842.41 0.85 Balkrishna Industries Ltd. 71121 278.47 0.28 Exide Industries Ltd. 26000 28.77 0.03 Banks Yes Bank Ltd.* 992564 3024.84 3.05 Federal Bank Ltd.* 3758735 2881.07 2.91 IndusInd Bank Ltd. 616440 2450.04 2.47 ING Vysya Bank Ltd. 297571 1622.36 1.64 Karur Vysya Bank Ltd. 392184 1229.30 1.24 Cement ACC Ltd. 166303 1835.07 1.85 JK Cements Ltd. 767185 1285.03 1.30 Chemicals Pidilite Industries Ltd.* 1490142 4267.77 4.30 Deepak Fertilizers & Petrochemicals Corp. Ltd. 718058 846.59 0.85 Construction Sobha Developers Ltd. 340000 996.37 1.01 Construction Project Voltas Ltd. 1391598 1857.78 1.87 Sadbhav Engineering Ltd. 700000 634.90 0.64 Consumer Durables Bata India Ltd. 211269 2234.91 2.25 Consumer Non Durables Marico Ltd. 558105 1179.00 1.19 Berger Paints India Ltd. 240000 507.60 0.51 Engineering Engineers India Ltd. 926526 1388.86 1.40 Ferrous Metals Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. 215000 513.64 0.52 Fertilisers Coromandel International Ltd. 700489 1442.31 1.45 Finance Repco Home Finance Ltd. 481318 1584.74 1.60 ICRA Ltd. 84511 1583.31 1.60 Crisil Ltd. 122708 1380.16 1.39 Sundaram Finance Ltd. 197642 1190.40 1.20 Credit Analysis and Research Ltd. 50000 363.88 0.37 Gas Petronet LNG Ltd. 746800 901.76 0.91 Industrial Capital Goods Thermax Ltd. 301033 2094.89 2.11 Crompton Greaves Ltd. 1150000 1477.18 1.49 Alstom T&D India Ltd. 300000 556.95 0.56 Industrial Products Finolex Cables Ltd.* 4236345 3293.76 3.32 Supreme Industries Ltd. 477830 2047.02 2.06 FAG Bearings (India) Ltd. 117894 2039.92 2.06 Greaves Cotton Ltd. 3408207 2010.84 2.03 Carborundum Universal Ltd. 1026913 1330.37 1.34 Cummins India Ltd. 50000 252.90 0.26 Media & Entertainment Jagran Prakashan Ltd. 1840992 1644.93 1.66 Navneet Education Ltd. 2566201 1393.45 1.41 Minerals/mining Gujarat Mineral Development Corp. Ltd. 1877513 1977.02 1.99 Pesticides Bayer Cropscience Ltd. 87628 1294.27 1.31 PI Industries Ltd. 429975 1093.00 1.10 Petroleum Products Bharat Petroleum Corp. Ltd. 168000 634.45 0.64 Hindustan Petroleum Corp. Ltd. 131319 347.27 0.35 Pharmaceuticals IPCA Laboratories Ltd.* 376986 3345.00 3.37 Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd.* 589699 3268.11 3.30 FDC Ltd. 965593 1241.27 1.25 Lupin Ltd. 50000 496.73 0.50 Software Mindtree Ltd.* 234912 3850.79 3.88 Eclerx Services Ltd.* 210000 2791.64 2.82 Infosys Ltd. 50000 1910.10 1.93 HCL Technologies Ltd. 115000 1812.40 1.83 Telecom - Services Bharti Airtel Ltd. 962167 2766.23 2.79 Textile Products Himatsingka Seide Ltd. 821201 461.51 0.47 Transportation Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd.* 3996549 2797.58 2.82 Gateway Distriparks Ltd. 316861 439.64 0.44 Unlisted Him Techno 170000 0.02 0.00 Total Equity Holding 94260.66 95.08 Debt Holdings Rating Market Value % ofAssets (Rs. in Lakhs) Coromandel International Ltd. CRISIL A1+ 92.67 0.09 Total Equity Holding 94260.66 95.08 Total Debt Holding 92.67 0.09 Call,cash and other current asset 4782.14 4.82 Total Asset 99135.47 100.00 * Top 10 holdings This product is suitable for investors who are seeking* * Investors should consult their financial advisors if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. **Please refer back cover for Product Label Guidelines Long term capital appreciation A fund that invests in mid and small cap stocks HIGH RISK** (BROWN) Product Label

Franklin India Flexi Cap Fund FIFCF This is a Simple and Performing scheme which is eligible for distributiion by new cadre of distributors. sector allocation - Total assets www.franklintempletonindia.com Franklin Templeton Investments 9 sIP - If you had invested `5000 every month in FIFCF … 1 year 3 year 5 year 7 year since Inception Total Amount Invested (Rs.) 60,000 180,000 300,000 420,000 530,000 Total Value as on Dec 31, 2013 (Rs) 66,634 212,784 404,599 613,745 912,952 Returns 21.10% 11.17% 11.91% 10.65% 11.93% Total Value of B:CNX 500 64,340 202,739 366,761 534,404 764,368 B:CNX 500 Returns 13.66% 7.88% 7.97% 6.77% 8.08% Total Value of AB:CNX Nifty 64,193 205,486 375,176 550,415 804,450 AB:CNX Nifty returns 13.19% 8.79% 8.88% 7.60% 9.19% Past performance may or may not be sustained in the future. Returns greater than 1 year period are compounded annualized. Dividends are assumed to be reinvested and bonus is adjusted. Load is not taken in to consideration. For SIP returns, monthly investment of equal amounts invested on the 1st day of every month has been considered. For scheme performance refer pages 29-36. *B: Benchmark, AB: Additional Benchmark As of February 28, 2014 INVesTMeNT sTyLe The fund manager will invest in companies based on a research driven, bottom-up stock selection process, irrespective of their market capitalization and sectors. TyPe oF sCheMe / INVesTMeNT objeCTIVe An open-end diversified equity fund that seeks to provide medium to long- term capital appreciation by investing in stocks across the entire market capitalization range. DaTe oF aLLoTMeNT March 2, 2005 FuND MaNagers K.N. Sivasubramanian, Anand Vasudevan & Roshi Jain (W.e.f. 3rd of March 2014, R. Janakiraman will be the new fund manager on the scheme instead of K.N. Sivasubramanian) NaV Growth Plan ` 37.8879 Dividend Plan ` 12.6655 Direct - Growth Plan ` 38.1542 Direct - Dividend Plan ` 12.7572 FuND sIze ` 1557.71 crores TurNoVer Portfolio Turnover 62.33% VoLaTILITy Measures (3 years) Standard Deviation 5.00 R-squared 0.91 Beta 0.90 Sharpe Ratio* -0.19 * Annualised. Risk-free rate assumed to be 8.58% (based on average of 3 month T-Bill Rate “during last 3 months”) exPeNse raTIo* : 2.31% exPeNse raTIo* (DIreCT) : 1.74% * includes service tax on Investment management fees MINIMuM INVesTMeNT/ MuLTIPLes For New INVesTors ` 5000/1 aDDITIoNaL INVesTMeNT/ MuLTIPLes For exIsTINg INVesTors ` 1000/1 LoaD sTruCTure entry Load Nil exit Load In respect of each purchase of Units - 1% if the Units are redeemed/switched-out within one year of allotment PorTFoLIo Company Name No. of Market Value % of shares ` Lakhs assets Company Name No. of Market Value % of shares ` Lakhs assets * Top 10 holdings Auto Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd 325000 3163.71 2.03 TVS Motor Company Limited 2000000 1718.00 1.10 Hero Motocorp Ltd 75000 1473.83 0.95 Maruti Suzuki India Ltd 78036 1237.89 0.79 Auto Ancillaries Amara Raja Batteries Ltd* 1700000 6698.00 4.30 Balkrishna Industries Ltd 500000 1957.75 1.26 Apollo Tyres Ltd 600000 790.80 0.51 Banks ICICI Bank Ltd* 1050000 10958.85 7.04 Yes Bank Ltd* 3197192 9743.44 6.25 Federal Bank Ltd 5206345 3990.66 2.56 HDFC Bank Ltd 450000 3003.75 1.93 Indusind Bank Ltd 400000 1589.80 1.02 Karur Vysya Bank 354664 1111.69 0.71 State Bank Of India 46000 704.58 0.45 Cement Grasim Industries Ltd* 175000 4441.33 2.85 ACC Ltd 194655 2147.92 1.38 Orient Cement Ltd 2623250 992.90 0.64 Construction Consolidated Construction Consortium Ltd 240192 4.76 0.00 Construction Project Larsen And Toubro Ltd* 600000 6649.80 4.27 Sadbhav Engineering Ltd 1327273 1203.84 0.77 Consumer Durables Titan Co Ltd 600000 1453.20 0.93 Consumer Non Durables Kaveri Seed Co Ltd 400655 2205.61 1.42 Berger Paints India Ltd 200000 423.00 0.27 Ferrous Metals Jindal Steel & Power Ltd 1096007 2618.36 1.68 Finance Credit Analysis & Research Ltd 200000 1455.50 0.93 Gas Petronet Lng Ltd 1275100 1539.68 0.99 Industrial Products Greaves Cotton Ltd 2500000 1475.00 0.95 Cummins India Ltd 50000 252.90 0.16 SKF India Ltd 20000 134.84 0.09 Minerals/Mining Coal India Ltd 500000 1220.00 0.78 Petroleum Products Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd 900000 3398.85 2.18 Pharmaceuticals Dr Reddy'S Laboratories Ltd* 300000 8704.65 5.59 Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd* 1200000 6650.40 4.27 Cipla Ltd 750798 2885.69 1.85 Power NTPC Ltd 3000000 3378.00 2.17 Torrent Power Ltd 2305963 1916.26 1.23 Software Infosys Ltd* 450000 17190.90 11.04 Cognizant Technology (Usa)* 115000 7364.09 4.73 Wipro Ltd 600000 3580.50 2.30 Eclerx Services Ltd 155395 2065.74 1.33 HCL Technologies Ltd 50000 788.00 0.51 Telecom - Services Bharti Airtel Ltd* 4800000 13800.00 8.86 Idea Cellular Ltd 500000 643.25 0.41 Transportation Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd 5000000 3500.00 2.25 Total Equity Holding 152227.72 97.73 Total Equity Holding 152227.72 97.73 Total Debt Holding 0.00 0.00 Call,cash and other current asset 3543.50 2.27 Total Asset 155771.22 100.00 This product is suitable for investors who are seeking* * Investors should consult their financial advisors if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. **Please refer back cover for Product Label Guidelines Long term capital appreciation A fund that invests in stocks of companies across the market cap range HIGH RISK** (BROWN) Product Label

Franklin India High Growth Companies Fund FIHGCF www.franklintempletonindia.com Franklin Templeton Investments 10 sector allocation - Total assets sIP - If you had invested `5000 every month in FIhgCF … 1 year 3 year 5 year since Inception Total Amount Invested (Rs.) 60,000 180,000 300,000 390,000 Total Value as on Dec 31, 2013 (Rs) 66,752 223,184 424,514 577,657 Returns 21.48% 14.47% 13.85% 11.92% Total Value of B:CNX 500 64,340 202,739 366,761 489,451 B:CNX 500 Returns 13.66% 7.88% 7.97% 6.89% Total Value of AB:CNX Nifty 64,193 205,486 375,176 502,573 AB:CNX Nifty returns 13.19% 8.79% 8.88% 7.69% Past performance may or may not be sustained in the future. Returns greater than 1 year period are compounded annualized. Dividends are assumed to be reinvested and bonus is adjusted. Load is not taken in to consideration. For SIP returns, monthly investment of equal amounts invested on the 1st day of every month has been considered. For scheme performance refer pages 29-36. *B: Benchmark, AB: Additional Benchmark As of February 28, 2014 INVesTMeNT sTyLe The fund manager seeks high growth by focussing on companies/sectors with high growth rates or potential. TyPe oF sCheMe / INVesTMeNT objeCTIVe An open-end diversified equity fund that seeks to achieve capital appreciation through investments in Indian companies/sectors with high growth rates or potential. DaTe oF aLLoTMeNT July 26, 2007 FuND MaNager K. N. Sivasubramanian/ Roshi Jain (W.e.f. 3rd of March 2014, R. Janakiraman will be the new fund manager on the scheme instead of K.N. Sivasubramanian) NaV Growth Plan ` 15.8470 Dividend Plan ` 13.8384 Direct - Growth Plan ` 15.9462 Direct - Dividend Plan ` 13.9275 FuND sIze ` 503.08 crores TurNoVer Portfolio Turnover 41.19% VoLaTILITy Measures (3 years) Standard Deviation 5.18 R-squared 0.90 Beta 0.92 Sharpe Ratio* -0.06 * Annualised. Risk-free rate assumed to be 8.58% (based on average of 3 month T-Bill Rate “during last 3 months”) exPeNse raTIo* : 2.67% exPeNse raTIo* (DIreCT) : 2.17% * includes service tax on Investment management fees MINIMuM INVesTMeNT/ MuLTIPLes For New INVesTors ` 5000/1 aDDITIoNaL INVesTMeNT/ MuLTIPLes For exIsTINg INVesTors ` 1000/1 LoaD sTruCTure entry Load Nil exit Load In respect of each purchase of Units - 1% if the Units are redeemed/switched-out within one year of allotment PorTFoLIo Company Name No. of Market Value % of shares ` Lakhs assets Company Name No. of Market Value % of shares ` Lakhs assets * Top 10 holdings Auto Maruti Suzuki India Ltd.* 110000 1744.93 3.47 Tata Motors Ltd., 475000 968.53 1.93 Auto Ancillaries Amara Raja Batteries Ltd.* 500000 1970.00 3.92 Banks ICICI Bank Ltd.* 375000 3913.88 7.78 IndusInd Bank Ltd.* 450000 1788.53 3.56 HDFC Bank Ltd. 250000 1668.75 3.32 Axis Bank Ltd. 125000 1582.38 3.15 ING Vysya Bank Ltd. 225000 1226.70 2.44 Federal Bank Ltd. 1600000 1226.40 2.44 Yes Bank Ltd. 200000 609.50 1.21 Cement JK Lakshmi Cement Ltd. 1761447 1416.20 2.82 Orient Cement Ltd. 2750000 1040.88 2.07 Orient Paper & Industries Ltd. 1545000 202.55 0.40 Chemicals Pidilite Industries Ltd.* 850000 2434.40 4.84 Construction Simplex Infrastructure Ltd. 310000 294.50 0.59 Consolidated Construction Consortium Ltd. 2540628 50.30 0.10 Consumer Durables Bajaj Electricals Ltd. 113996 279.92 0.56 Consumer Non Durables Berger Paints India Ltd. 425000 898.88 1.79 VST Industries Ltd. 16941 271.08 0.54 Gas Petronet LNG Ltd. 1000000 1207.50 2.40 Industrial Products Cummins India Ltd. 200000 1011.60 2.01 Media & Entertainment Jagran Prakashan Ltd. 1500000 1340.25 2.66 Pesticides Bayer Cropscience Ltd. 60000 886.20 1.76 Petroleum Products Bharat Petroleum Corp. Ltd. 225000 849.71 1.69 Pharmaceuticals Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd.* 75000 2176.16 4.33 Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd. 250000 1385.50 2.75 Lupin Ltd. 105000 1043.12 2.07 IPCA Laboratories Ltd. 75000 665.48 1.32 Unichem Laboratories Ltd. 300000 654.15 1.30 Cipla Ltd. 150000 576.53 1.15 Software Mindtree Ltd.* 175000 2868.69 5.70 Tata Consultancy Services Ltd.* 80000 1818.24 3.61 Infosys Ltd.* 47500 1814.60 3.61 Telecom - Services Bharti Airtel Ltd.* 1025000 2946.88 5.86 Transportation Gateway Distriparks Ltd. 725000 1005.94 2.00 Total Equity Holding 45838.82 91.12 Debt Holdings Rating Market Value % ofAssets (Rs. in Lakhs) Coromandel Iinternational CRISIL A1+ 33.14 0.07 Total Equity Holding 45838.82 91.12 Total Debt Holding 33.14 0.07 Call,cash and other current asset 4436.51 8.82 Total Asset 50308.47 100.00 This product is suitable for investors who are seeking* * Investors should consult their financial advisors if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. **Please refer back cover for Product Label Guidelines Long term capital appreciation A fund that invests in stocks of companies/ sectors with high growth rates or above average potential HIGH RISK** (BROWN) Product Label

Franklin Asian Equity Fund FAEF sector allocation - Total assets www.franklintempletonindia.com Franklin Templeton Investments 11 sIP - If you had invested `5000 every month in FaeF … 1 year 3 year 5 year since Inception TTotal Amount Invested (Rs.) 60,000 180,000 300,000 360,000 Total Value as on Dec 31, 2013 (Rs) 63,955 219,182 412,916 516,444 Returns 12.43% 13.21% 12.73% 11.90% Total Value of B:MSCI Asia (ex Japan) 65,147 224,309 433,182 539,375 B:MSCI Asia (ex Japan) Returns 16.26% 14.82% 14.67% 13.34% Total Value of AB:CNX Nifty 64,193 205,486 375,176 464,668 AB:CNX Nifty returns 13.19% 8.79% 8.88% 8.41% Past performance may or may not be sustained in the future. Returns greater than 1 year period are compounded annualized. Dividends are assumed to be reinvested and bonus is adjusted. Load is not taken in to consideration. For SIP returns, monthly investment of equal amounts invested on the 1st day of every month has been considered. For scheme performance refer pages 29-36. *B: Benchmark, AB: Additional Benchmark As of February 28, 2014 INVesTMeNT sTyLe The fund manager seeks long term appreciation by focussing on Asian Companies/Sectors (excluding Japan) with long term growth potential. TyPe oF sCheMe / INVesTMeNT objeCTIVe An open-end diversified equity fund that seeks to provide medium to long term appreciation through investments primarily in Asian Companies / sectors (excluding Japan) with long term potential across market capitalisation. DaTe oF aLLoTMeNT January 16, 2008 FuND MaNager Roshi Jain & Neeraj Gaurh (dedicated foreign securities fund manager) NaV Growth Plan ` 14.2909 Dividend Plan ` 13.1096 Direct - Growth Plan ` 14.3869 Direct - Dividend Plan ` 13.2036 FuND sIze ` 136.23crores exPeNse raTIo* : 2.84% exPeNse raTIo* (DIreCT) : 2.31% * includes service tax on Investment management fees TurNoVer Portfolio Turnover 40.29% VoLaTILITy Measures (3 years) Standard Deviation 3.50 R-squared 0.88 Beta 0.89 Sharpe Ratio* 0.12 * Annualised. Risk-free rate assumed to be 8.58% (based on average of 3 month T-Bill Rate “during last 3 months”) MINIMuM INVesTMeNT/ MuLTIPLes For New INVesTors ` 5000/1 aDDITIoNaL INVesTMeNT/ MuLTIPLes For exIsTINg INVesTors ` 1000/1 LoaD sTruCTure entry Load Nil exit Load In respect of each purchase of Units - 1% if the Units are redeemed/switched-out within one year of allotment * includes service tax on Investment management fees PorTFoLIo Company Name No. of Market Value % of shares ` Lakhs assets Company Name No. of Market Value % of shares ` Lakhs assets * Top 10 holdings Auto Hyundai Motor Co (South Korea)* 2529 360.30 2.64 Dongfeng Motor Group (China) 305000 256.05 1.88 Tata Motors Ltd 41670 173.78 1.28 Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd 7000 68.14 0.50 P T Astra International (Indonesia) 107500 39.95 0.29 Auto Ancillaries Cheng Shin Rubber Industry (Indonesia) 54252 87.63 0.64 Nexen Tire Corporation (South Korea) 4500 37.55 0.28 Minth Group (Hong Kong) 24000 29.70 0.22 Banks Woori Finance Holdings (South Korea) 41868 293.37 2.15 China Merchants Bank (Hong Kong) 234535 255.03 1.87 Chinatrust Financial Holding Co (Taiwan) 531411 212.68 1.56 Kasikornbank PCL (Thailand) 63000 207.39 1.52 Yes Bank Ltd 38329 116.81 0.86 Siam Commercial Bank (Thailand) 30000 86.48 0.63 ICICI Bank Ltd 7649 79.83 0.59 Indusind Bank Ltd 16432 65.31 0.48 BK Central Asia (Indonesia) 84000 45.93 0.34 Cement Siam Cement (Thailand) 18000 145.91 1.07 Construction ChinaOverseasLand&Investment(HongKong)* 274700 457.94 3.36 China Resources Land (Hong Kong) 46936 65.82 0.48 AP Thailand (Thailand) 20000 1.90 0.01 Construction Project Larsen and Toubro Ltd 13000 144.08 1.06 Samsung C&T Corp (South Korea) 2163 79.12 0.58 Consumer Durables Giant Manufacturing Co (Taiwan) 28000 118.36 0.87 TITAN CO LTD 46601 112.87 0.83 Nestle Lanka (Sri Lanka) 11400 108.78 0.80 Osim International (Singapore) 80000 94.90 0.70 Lock & Lock (South Korea) 3776 37.77 0.28 Consumer Non Durables Dairy Farm International Holdings (Singapore)* 81770 466.28 3.42 Nestle (Malaysia) 25509 322.75 2.37 L'occitane International SA (Hong Kong) 209125 284.92 2.09 Samsonite (Hong Kong) 138000 234.47 1.72 SA SA International Hldg (Hiong Kong) 130000 75.36 0.55 China Huishan Dairy (Hong Kong) 250000 53.57 0.39 Gourmet Master Co (Taiwan) 1575 7.34 0.05 Finance AIA Group (Hong Kong)* 217374 659.57 4.84 Meritz Fire & Marine Insurance (South Korea)* 47590 416.49 3.06 Singapore Exchange (Singapore) 82000 276.53 2.03 Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing (Hong Kong) 20725 199.67 1.47 Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd 35000 86.92 0.64 Credit Analysis & Research Ltd 3564 25.94 0.19 Gas China Resources Gas Group (Hong Kong) 50000 108.94 0.80 Hardware TaiwanSemiconductorManufacturing (Taiwan)* 522683 1155.59 8.48 Samsung Electronics (South Korea)* 1140 894.27 6.56 Sapphire Technology (South Korea) 5081 128.53 0.94 Silergy Corp (Taiwan) 18000 85.49 0.63 Geovision (Taiwan) 18000 71.85 0.53 Samsung SDI (South Korea) 730 63.46 0.47 SIMM Tech Co (South Korea) 15297 52.22 0.38 Flexium Interconnect (Taiwan) 22043 41.15 0.30 Lenovo Group (Hong Kong) 50000 33.10 0.24 Industrial Capital Goods SingaporeTechnologiesEngineering(Singapore) 94570 176.15 1.29 Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (South Korea) 4500 85.96 0.63 Haitian International (Hong Kong) 20000 26.80 0.20 Media & Entertainment Jagran Prakashan Ltd 106527 95.18 0.70 BEC World (Thailand) 95700 91.96 0.68 Surya Citra (Indonesia) 300000 45.00 0.33 Minerals/mining Gujarat Mineral Dev Corp Ltd 86503 91.09 0.67 Non - Ferrous Metals Korea Zinc Co (South Korea) 538 106.68 0.78 Oil Ezion Holdings (Singapore) 158400 174.69 1.28 Petroleum Products PTT PCL (Thailand) 45020 250.99 1.84 PetroChina (Hong Kong) 355000 231.61 1.70 Formosa Plastic Corp. (Taiwan) 71621 112.89 0.83 Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd 10000 37.77 0.28 Indian Oil Corp Ltd 15000 37.22 0.27 Pharmaceuticals PT Kalbe Farma (Indonesia) 1619500 125.57 0.92 Power China Shenhua Energy (Hong Kong) 86040 145.15 1.07 Retailing CJ O Shopping Co (South Korea) 600 144.62 1.06 Techtronics Industries (Hong Kong) 50000 82.35 0.60 CP All PCL (Thailand) 42100 31.44 0.23 Software Baidu INC (ADR)* 4733 525.46 3.86 Cognizant Technology (USA)* 6203 397.21 2.92 Daum Communication (South Korea) 3330 135.55 0.99 Travelsky Technology (Hong Kong) 41000 25.57 0.19 Telecom - Services BHARTI AIRTEL LTD* 144159 414.46 3.04 Singapore Telecommunications (Singapore)114000 201.16 1.48 Textile Products Shenzhou International (Hong Kong) 15000 32.50 0.24 Total Equity Holding 13352.82 98.02 Total Debt Holding 0.00 0.00 Call,cash and other current asset 270.31 1.98 Total Asset 13623.13 100.00 This product is suitable for investors who are seeking* * Investors should consult their financial advisors if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. **Please refer back cover for Product Label Guidelines Long term capital appreciation A fund that invests in stocks of Asian companies /sectors (excluding Japan) HIGH RISK** (BROWN) Product Label

Franklin India Opportunities Fund FIOF sector allocation - Total assets Type of scheme / Investment objective An open-end equity fund which seeks to achieve capital appreciation through investments in companies engaged either directly or indirectly in infrastructure-related activities. Franklin Build India Fund FBIF sector allocation - Total assets www.franklintempletonindia.com Franklin Templeton Investments 12 As of February 28, 2014 INVesTMeNT sTyLe The fund manager seeks long term capital appreciation by focusing on companies that operate in the space where India has a strong competitive advantage, companies that are globally competitive and those that are grossly undervalued or have high growth potential Type of scheme / Investment objective An open-end diversified growth scheme, with an objective to generate capital appreciation by capitalizing on long - term growth opportunities in the Indian economy. DaTe oF aLLoTMeNT February 21, 2000 FuND MaNager Mr R. Janakiraman & Mr Anil Prabhudas FuND sIze ` 260.50 crores TurNoVer Portfolio Turnover 74.53% exPeNse raTIo* : 2.76% exPeNse raTIo* (DIreCT) : 2.36% * includes service tax on Investment management fees MINIMuM INVesTMeNT/ MuLTIPLes For New INVesTors ` 5000/1 aDDITIoNaL INVesTMeNT/MuLTIPLes For exIsTINg INVesTors ` 1000/1 LoaD sTruCTure entry Load: Nil exit Load: In respect of each purchase of Units - 1% if the Units are redeemed/switched-out within one year of allotment PorTFoLIo - ToP 10 hoLDINgs Company Name No. of Market Value % of shares ` Lakhs assets Company Name No. of Market Value % of shares ` Lakhs assets Auto Ancillaries Amara Raja Batteries Ltd.* 303420 1195.47 4.59 Banks HDFC Bank Ltd.* 281393 1878.30 7.21 ICICI Bank Ltd.* 170699 1781.59 6.84 Yes Bank Ltd.* 386818 1178.83 4.53 Construction Project Larsen & Toubro Ltd.* 150000 1662.45 6.38 Pharmaceuticals Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd.* 34948 1014.03 3.89 Lupin Ltd.* 100000 993.45 3.81 Software Infosys Ltd.* 40567 1549.74 5.95 Wipro Ltd.* 223529 1333.91 5.12 Telecom - Services Bharti Airtel Ltd.* 492366 1415.55 5.43 Total Equity Holding 25364.81 97.37 Total Debt Holding 0.00 0.00 Call,cash and other current asset 684.73 2.63 Total Asset 26049.54 100.00 Volatility Measures (3 years) Standard Deviation 4.93 R-squared 0.91 Beta 0.90 Sharpe Ratio* -0.24 * Annualised. Risk-free rate assumed to be 8.58% (based on average of 3 month T-Bill Rate “during last 3 months”) As of February 28, 2014 INVesTMeNT sTyLe The fund manager seeks long term capital appreciation by focusing on companies taking advantage of multiple themes – infrastructure, resources, financial services, social development and agriculture. DaTe oF aLLoTMeNT September 4, 2009 FuND MaNager Anand Radhakrishnan & Roshi Jain FuND sIze ` 59.70 crores exPeNse raTIo* : 3.17% exPeNse raTIo* (DIreCT) : 2.17% * includes service tax on Investment management fees TurNoVer Portfolio Turnover 52.72% MINIMuM INVesTMeNT/ MuLTIPLes For New INVesTors ` 5000/1 aDDITIoNaL INVesTMeNT/ MuLTIPLes For exIsTINg INVesTors ` 1000/1 LoaD sTruCTure entry Load NIL exit Load In respect of each purchase of Units - 1% if the Units are redeemed/switched-out within one year of allotment PorTFoLIo - ToP 10 hoLDINgs Company Name No. of Market Value % of shares ` Lakhs assets Company Name No. of Market Value % of shares ` Lakhs assets Auto Maruti Suzuki India Ltd.* 13500 214.15 3.59 Auto Ancillaries Amara Raja Batteries Ltd.* 50000 197.00 3.30 Banks ICICI Bank Ltd.* 41500 433.14 7.26 IndusInd Bank Ltd.* 55000 218.60 3.66 Cement JK Lakshmi Cement Ltd.* 250000 201.00 3.37 Chemicals Pidilite Industries Ltd.* 70000 200.48 3.36 Oil Oil & Natural Gas Corp. Ltd.* 85000 247.82 4.15 Pharmaceuticals Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd.* 7500 217.62 3.65 Software Mindtree Ltd.* 17500 286.87 4.81 Telecom - Services Bharti Airtel Ltd.* 100000 287.50 4.82 Total Equity Holding 5530.10 92.64 Total Debt Holding 0.00 0.00 Call,cash and other current asset 439.51 7.36 Total Asset 5969.61 100.00 Growth Plan ` 33.5983 Dividend Plan ` 12.8782 Direct - Growth Plan ` 33.7808 Direct - Dividend Plan ` 12.9511 NaV Growth Plan ` 14.1506 Dividend Plan ` 11.5027 Direct - Growth Plan ` 14.2689 Direct - Dividend Plan ` 11.6061 NaV This product is suitable for investors who are seeking* * Investors should consult their financial advisors if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. **Please refer back cover for Product Label Guidelines Long term capital appreciation A fund that takes concentrated stock or sector exposures based on four themes HIGH RISK** (BROWN) Product Label This product is suitable for investors who are seeking* * Investors should consult their financial advisors if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. **Please refer back cover for Product Label Guidelines Long term capital appreciation A fund that invests in Infrastructure and allied sectors HIGH RISK** (BROWN) Product Label

Templeton India Equity Income Fund TIEIF sector allocation - Total assets www.franklintempletonindia.com Franklin Templeton Investments 13 As of February 28, 2014 INVesTMeNT sTyLe Templeton Equity Portfolio Managers adopt a long term disciplined approach of investing and use the value style of investing along with focus on stocks with attractive dividend yields, both in India and overseas. TyPe oF sCheMe / INVesTMeNT objeCTIVe An open-end diversified equity fund that seeks to provide a combination of regular income and long-term capital appreciation by investing primarily in stocks that have a current or potentially attractive dividend yield. DaTe oF aLLoTMeNT May 18, 2006 FuND MaNager Chetan Sehgal & Vikas Chiranewal (Dedicated for investments in foreign securities) NaV Growth Plan ` 23.4062 Dividend Plan ` 12.5821 Direct - Growth Plan ` 23.5574 Direct - Dividend Plan ` 12.6677 FuND sIze ` 891.67 crores exPeNse raTIo* : 2.46% exPeNse raTIo* (DIreCT) : 1.96% * includes service tax on Investment management fees TurNoVer Portfolio Turnover 12.20% VoLaTILITy Measures (3 years) Standard Deviation 4.34 R-squared 0.76 Beta 0.73 Sharpe Ratio* -0.19 * Annualised. Risk-free rate assumed to be 8.58% (based on average of 3 month T-Bill Rate “during last 3 months”) MINIMuM INVesTMeNT/ MuLTIPLes For New INVesTors ` 5000/1 aDDITIoNaL INVesTMeNT/ MuLTIPLes For exIsTINg INVesTors ` 1000/1 LoaD sTruCTure entry Load: Nil exit Load: In respect of each purchase of Units - 1% if the Units are redeemed/switched-out within one year of allotment PorTFoLIo Company Name No. of Market Value % of shares ` Lakhs assets Company Name No. of Market Value % of shares ` Lakhs assets Auto Tata Motors Ltd 550682 1122.84 1.26 Banks ICICI Bank Ltd* 490000 5114.13 5.74 Ing Vysya Bank Ltd* 907500 4947.69 5.55 Cement Grasim Industries Ltd* 171002 4339.86 4.87 JK Cements Ltd 1450000 2428.75 2.72 Chemicals Tata Chemicals Ltd* 3200000 8563.20 9.60 Consumer Non Durables Eid Parry India Ltd 665896 850.35 0.95 Uni-PresidentEnterprisesCorp(Taiwan) 641300 664.28 0.74 Embotelladora Andina Sa (Chile) 200000 375.45 0.42 Ferrous Metals Moil Ltd 84343 195.63 0.22 Finance Sundaram Finance Ltd* 1530000 9215.19 10.33 Bajaj Holdings And Investment Ltd* 782484 7377.65 8.27 Tata Investment Corp Ltd 827863 3466.68 3.89 IS Yatirim Menkul Degerler As (Turkey) 328520 116.02 0.13 Gas Gail India Ltd 300000 1108.80 1.24 Hardware HCL Infosystems Ltd 693129 192.34 0.22 Industrial Capital Goods Chongqing Machinery And Electric Company (Hong Kong) 18780000 1411.45 1.58 Industrial Products Shanghai Prime Machinery Company (Hong Kong) 20286000 1703.05 1.91 Minerals/Mining Anglo American Plc (South Africa) 60000 942.03 1.06 Coal India Ltd 200000 488.00 0.55 Oil Lukoil - Adr (Russia)* 130000 4494.65 5.04 Oil & Natural Gas Corp Ltd* 1450000 4227.48 4.74 Petroleum Products Reliance Industries Ltd 340000 2717.45 3.05 Pharmaceuticals Dr Reddy's Laboratories Ltd 50000 1450.78 1.63 Power China Coal Energy ( Hong Kong ) 1000000 317.42 0.36 Retailing GS Home Shopping (South Korea) 20000 3013.36 3.38 LG Fashion (South Korea) 50000 806.84 0.90 Semiconductors Novatek Microelectronics Corporation (Taiwan) 677438 1927.64 2.16 United Microelectronics Corporation (Taiwan) 3000000 755.38 0.85 Software Travelsky Technology (Hong Kong)* 7334000 4573.79 5.13 Infosys Ltd* 100000 3820.20 4.28 Transportation Cosco Pacific (Hong Kong) 4534552 3770.58 4.23 Total Equity Holding 86498.95 97.01 Total Debt Holding 0.00 0.00 Call,cash and other current asset 2667.73 2.99 Total Asset 89166.68 100.00 * Top 10 holdings sIP - If you had invested `5000 every month in TIeIF … 1 year 3 year 5 year 7 year since Inception Total Amount Invested (Rs.) 60,000 180,000 300,000 420,000 460,000 Total Value as on Dec 31, 2013 (Rs) 64,334 210,664 409,617 625,134 719,965 Returns 13.64% 10.48% 12.41% 11.17% 11.43% Total Value of B:S&P BSE 200 64,209 203,322 370,637 541,641 613,723 B:S&P BSE 200 Returns 13.24% 8.07% 8.39% 7.15% 7.38% Total Value of AB:CNX Nifty 64,193 205,486 375,176 550,415 624,630 AB:CNX Nifty returns 13.19% 8.79% 8.88% 7.60% 7.83% Past performance may or may not be sustained in the future. Returns greater than 1 year period are compounded annualized. Dividends are assumed to be reinvested and bonus is adjusted. Load is not taken in to consideration. For SIP returns, monthly investment of equal amounts invested on the 1st day of every month has been considered. For scheme performance refer pages 29-36. *B: Benchmark, AB: Additional Benchmark This product is suitable for investors who are seeking* * Investors should consult their financial advisors if in doubt about whether the product is suitable for them. **Please refer back cover for Product Label Guidelines Long term capital appreciation A fund that focuses on Indian and emerging market stocks - a value fund taking into account dividend yield of stocks HIGH RISK*

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