India's stock markets fell on Friday, giving up gains from the previous session on weak global cues and caution ahead of a decisive U.S. jobs report due later in the day.
NEW DELHI - Maruti Suzuki India Ltd, India's top-selling carmaker, will take shareholders' vote for a new manufacturing plant in Gujarat after receiving the pending government approvals, its chairman said on Friday.
Cipla Ltd said on Friday it has agreed to buy two generics businesses in the United States in all-cash deals worth $550 million, as part of an effort to boost its presence in the world's largest generics market. Full Article | Track and analyse Cipla shares
Annual Monsoon rains have created heavy flooding in Assam and other northeast states that have left hundreds dead and displaced hundreds of thousands more until now. As the government continues to set up relief camps in many regions, lawmakers are visiting the hardest hit areas. Watch video
India's government has cancelled a licence that allowed Greenpeace International's Indian unit receive donations from abroad, the environmental group said on Thursday. PM Narendra Modi's govt suspended the group's licence in April and blocked foreign funds in many of its bank accounts. The govt said Greenpeace misreported funds and spent money to obstruct developmental projects. Story
A Pakistani court rejected a petition to send back to India a deaf-mute woman who lost her family when she wandered over one of the world's most militarised borders as a child, saying the two nations should resolve the issue diplomatically. Full Article | Slideshow
The distraught father of two Syrian toddlers who drowned with their mother and several other migrants as they tried to reach Greece identified their bodies on Thursday and prepared to take them back to their home town of Kobani. Full Article | Video: Aunt speaks out
A recent 60-year sentence, the harshest of its kind in Thailand's history, is part of a dramatic rise in arrests for offending the dignity of the monarch. The crackdown has been enabled by sweeping powers the military granted itself after a May 2014 coup. Full Article
Oh Baby! Justin Bieber's comeback is getting off to an emotional start with the Canadian pop sensation showcasing his sensitive side as he seeks to put his bad boy past firmly behind him. Full Article
According to David Axe, editor-in-chief of War Is Boring, the war in space won’t look anything like what Hollywood has long pictured. Listen to podcast