It was a lacklustre session for the market on Tuesday despite positive global cues. Investors looked for more triggers, especially after digesting Geopolitical tensions and Infosys crisis. The 30-share BSE Sensex opened sharply higher after two-day fall but immediately wiped out more than half of gains and remained rangebound for rest of the session. It rose 33 points to close at 31,291.85 after losing 537 points in previous two consecutive sessions. The 50-share NSE Nifty closed higher but failed to hold 9,800 level, up 11.20 points at 9,765.55.