India, Feb. 8 -- Indian benchmark indices continued to trade in red in afternoon session due to selling in frontline blue chip stocks and weak cues from global markets. The sentiment remained dull with disappointing third quarter number by Tata Motors. The company reported a consolidated net loss of Rs 26,960 crore for the third quarter of this fiscal due to asset impairment in its British arm Jaguar Land Rover (JLR). Investors failed to take any sense of relief with a report that India has jumped eight places to 36th position on the International Intellectual Property (IP) Index, which analyses the IP climate in 50 global economies, this year. India's eight-point jump in 2019 from 44th position in 2018 is the highest increase among 50 nati...