Rising for the third straight session, benchmark Sensex gained about 44 points to close at over two-week high of 26,394.01 on gains in select bluechips.
SYDNEY, Nov 29 (Reuters) – The U.S. Securities and Exchange
Commission is investigating a $3 billion impairment charge
booked by miner Rio Tinto in 2013 on the value of a
Mozambican coal asset, two sources familiar with the matter said
The West Bank might not be a typical holiday destination, but it has many historic attractions — including one that has just been restored.
S. Korean President Says She's Open To Stepping Down, But Doesn't Resign
South Korean President Park Geun-hye — facing demands for her ouster because of a corruption scandal — announced she is willing to shorten her term at the discretion of the National Assembly and "step down afterwards," throwing an already tumultuous …
South Korea's president offers to resign if demanded by lawmakers
Park Geun-hye, Embattled South Korean President, Says She's Willing to Resign
South Korean President Resignation: All You Need To Know About Scandal Surrounding Park Geun-Hye
Fitch Ratings has lowered India`s GDP outlook for the current year to 6.9 percent from the 7.4 percent estimated earlier.
How Fidel Castro was at the heart of Middle East politics
Over the weekend, Algeria declared eight days of mourning to honor the passing of Cuban leader Fidel Castro, who died on Friday. In a statement, ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika said Castro's death “is a great loss for the Algerian people.” Though …
The Dream of a Free Cuba
Cuban Entrepreneurs Now Expect Faster Economic Reforms
Leftist allies fly in to pay tribute to Cuba's Castro at mass rally
In this Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016, file photo, players of Brazil’s Chapecoense celebrate at the end of a Copa Sudamericana semifinal soccer match against Argentina’s San Lorenzo in Chapeco, Brazil. (AP) Authorities in Colombia said Tuesday that 76 of the 81 passengers aboard a plane carrying a Brazilian soccer team were killed when the […]
'Bigg Boss', an Indian version of international series 'Celebrity Big Brother', features celebrities locked inside a house for three months under constant camera surveillance.