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India's moon mission lifts off, hopes to probe lunar south pole

10:35am EDT

SRIHARIKOTA/BENGALURU, India India launched a rocket into space on Monday in an attempt to safely land a rover on the moon, its most ambitious mission yet in the effort to establish itself as a low-cost space power. | Video

Reliance Industries' profit rises as Jio, retail cushion refining hit

Jul 19 2019

MUMBAI/BENGALURU Reliance Industries Ltd's June-quarter profit rose 7%, as double-digit growth in the Indian conglomerate's retail and telecoms businesses helped offset its worst oil refining margins in 18 quarters.

First LGBTI job fair held in India after gay ban lifted

Jul 13 2019

BENGALURU An LGBTI job fair, billed by organizers as the first such event in India, attracted more than 250 people on Friday looking for employment with companies including Intel, Goldman Sachs and Uber.

Row between founders hits shares in IndiGo parent

Jul 10 2019

BENGALURU/MUMBAI An escalating dispute between IndiGo's co-founders sparked falls in its parent firm's shares on Wednesday as investors fretted about the potential impact on India's largest airline.

India's blue-chip, small-cap shares on dual path as economy cools

Jul 04 2019

BENGALURU India's blue-chip shares are vastly outperforming those of smaller companies as investors avoid risky bets in a slowing economy, with the gap between the two groups at its widest in more than a decade.

GRAPHIC-India's blue-chip, small-cap shares on dual path as economy cools

Jul 04 2019

* Divergence between Nifty 50 and Nifty Smallcap 100 at 14-yr high

RPT-India's space startups ignite investor interest

Jun 23 2019

* Rapid growth of low earth orbit satellites fuelling space boom

India's space startups ignite investor interest

Jun 23 2019

MUMBAI From companies building palm-sized satellites to those aiming to propel satellites into space using cleaner fuels, a new wave of space technology startups are mushrooming in India, catching the attention of investors keen to join the space race.

Trade tensions kick Asian business confidence to 10-year low: Thomson Reuters/INSEAD

Jun 18 2019

MUMBAI Confidence among Asian companies in the June quarter fell to its lowest since the 2008-09 financial crisis, as a U.S.-China trade war disrupts global supply chains and shows little sign of easing soon, a Thomson Reuters/INSEAD survey found.

Modi proclaims a cleaner India, but the reality may be more murky

May 17 2019

KOPPAL/SHIKRAWA, India Every morning around dawn, dozens of people gather by the dusty banks of a stream snaking through Shikrawa village, two hours south of India's capital, New Delhi, to do the same thing: defecate in the open.

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