Articles by Geetha Pillai
MegaFon sets price range at $20 to $25 a share to raise at least $1.7bn.
US calls for caution while acknowledging Israel’s right to self-defence.
Xi Jinping confirmed as general secretary of Communist Party and chairman of military commission, an indication of power shift in China.
Aung San Suu Kyi is on a six-day visit to India, her first visit to the country in 25 years and is expected to meet school and college friends apart from political leaders.
Pentagon probing John Allen's emails to Jill Kelley, a friend of ex-CIA director David Petraeus.
The FBI teams carrying briefcases, plastic tubs and cardboard boxes reach Paula Broadwell's home.
Questions arise over David Petraeus's resignation, a week ahead of Benghazi US mission attack probe.
Natural gas explosion a line of inquiry, plane crash ruled out.
Powerful earthquake kills five construction workers and wrecks buildings.
FBI started probe on David Petraeus after agency tracked cyber complaint of threatening emails to Paula Broadwell, his biographer.
BBC Director General George Entwistle admits Newsnight report implicating senior Tory MP Lord McAlpine was wrong.
George Sabra, who took on Bashar al-Assad and his father Hafez al-Assad, to head anti-Assad group.
Majority of dead believed to be inmates
IAG plans to raise profits by at least €600m with restructuring plan.
Blasts at Neptune Technologies & Bioressources spark water and soil contamination fears.
EU and Japan found to be dumping steel tubes on China.
France's second largest bank, Societe Generale, posts 86 percent decline in profits.
Hu highlights, rich-poor divide, indiscipline and perils of lawlessness.
Hu Jintao stresses need for reform of political structure and making democracy more broad-based as once-in-a-decade leadership change gets under way.
Renminbi's ascendance as international reference currency depends on size and scale of new leadership's economic reforms.