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Sensex, Nifty end higher; Reliance boosts
REUTERS - Indian shares ended higher on Monday as telecom stocks rallied after Reliance Industries Ltd's Jio unit raised data tariffs last week, raising hopes it would usher more pricing discipline across the profit-challenged sector.
Bangladesh says Rohingya arrivals 'untenable' as thousands arrive daily
GENEVA (Reuters) - Nearly 1 million Rohingya refugees have fled violence in Myanmar, an "untenable situation" for neighbour Bangladesh, the country's U.N. envoy said on Monday, calling on Myanmar to let them return.
Hindustan Zinc second-quarter profit rises 34 percent
REUTERS - Hindustan Zinc Ltd , India's biggest zinc miner, posted a 34 percent rise in second-quarter profit on Monday, boosted by higher output and increase in metal prices.
Insight: China's recyclers eye looming electric vehicle battery mountain
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - After years of dismantling discarded televisions and laptops, a Shanghai recycling plant is readying itself for a new wave of waste: piles of exhausted batteries from the surge of electric vehicles hitting China's streets.
Japan's Abe to push pacifist constitution reform after strong election win
TOKYO (Reuters) - Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, buoyed by a huge election win for lawmakers who favour revising Japan's post-war, pacifist constitution, signalled a push towards his long-held goal on Monday but will need to convince a divided public to succeed.
Philippines declares battle with Islamist rebels over in Marawi City
MARAWI CITY/CLARK, Philippines (Reuters) - The Philippines on Monday announced the end of five months of military operations in a southern city held by pro-Islamic State rebels, after a fierce and unfamiliar urban war that has marked the country's biggest security crisis in years.
Analysis: Trump's tougher stance could backfire by boosting Iran's Guards
ANKARA/LONDON (Reuters) - Iran’s elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, a military force with political clout and an industrial empire, stands to benefit from heightened tension between Washington and Tehran, officials and analysts said.
Islamic State killed at least 128 people in Syrian town, says monitor
BEIRUT (Reuters) - The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Monday that Islamic State killed at least 128 people in a Syrian town in central Homs over a three-week period before the Syrian army recaptured it on Saturday.
Twelve big cities to buy zero emissions buses, extend green areas
OSLO (Reuters) - Twelve major cities including London, Paris, Los Angeles and Cape Town promised on Monday to buy only zero-emissions buses from 2025 and to make major areas free of fossil fuel emissions by 2030 to protect the environment.
Cricket: Opener Vijay back in India squad for Sri Lanka tests
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Opening batsman Murali Vijay returned to India's squad for the first two tests against Sri Lanka next month after missing the matches against the same opponents earlier this year with a wrist injury.