Ficus ingens (Miq.) Miq., Ann. Mus. Bot. Lugduno-Batavi 3: 288 1867. (syn: Ficus caffra (Miq.) Miq. ….; Ficus ingens var. tomentosa Hutch.; Ficus ingens var. tristis Warb.; Ficus ingentoides Hutchinson; Ficus katagumica Hutchinson; Ficus kawuri Hutchinson; Ficus ovato-cordata De Wild.; Ficus pondoensis Warb.; Ficus schimperiana Hochst. ex Miq.; Ficus stuhlmannii var. glabrifolia Warb.; Ficus xanthophylla Steud. ex Miq.; Urostigma caffrum Miq.; Urostigma ingens Miq.; Urostigma xanthophyllum Miq.);       
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Ficus For ID : Muscat : 29FEB16 : AK-15 : 15/15 : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)
Ficus tree seen in Muscat on the 17th Oct,2013.

A small tree, probably cultivated with leaves slightly smaller than Ficus bengalensis and pink fruits.

Ficus callosa

To me it does not seem to match with images of figs at

In Ficus benghalensis there are prominent bracts, but in images leaves much resemble to this species.
This should be Ficus altissima Blume (Council Tree), since receptacles are pinkish in tinge. 

I’m extremely sorry for early response, for the flora of Muscat it was really important to go through Flora of Africa except Indian and after going through Flora of Africa this species resembles more to Ficus ingens (Miq.) Miq., rather than any Indian Ficus species. Receptacles are not sessile in images, short pedunculate and pink in colour.

This should be Ficus ingens (Miq.) Miq.