India, Feb. 11 -- Indian markets ended sharply lower on Friday led by heavy losses in Tata Motors and renewed concerns over US-China trade tiff. Today, the start of new week is likely to be weak amid mixed global cues. Traders will be concerned about the International Monetary Fund warning governments to gear up for a possible economic storm as growth undershoots expectations. It said the bottom-line they see an economy that is growing more slowly than they had anticipated. There will be some cautiousness with asserting India's fast economic growth is not without generation of jobs, Economic Affairs Secretary Subhash Chandra Garg said the country actually faces shortage of capital more than the scarcity of jobs. However, traders may take so...