India ready for world's biggest religious festival
India is all set for Kumbh Mela, the biggest religious festival in the world, beginning on January 15.
Protestors and police clash in Kerala
Protestors clashed with police the day after 2 women entered the Sabarimala temple complex in Kerala, India.
India to infuse $6 Billion in state-run banks
India is set to infuse about 420 billion rupees ($6 billion) in state-run banks by mid-December to help them meet tighter regulatory requirements, a government official said.
India’s central bank signals truce with government
India’s central bank signaled a compromise with the government by agreeing to study a demand for sharing a part of its capital. Mohan Guruswamy, a former finance ministry official and now chairman of the Centre for Policy Alternatives in New Delhi, weighs in with Haslinda Amin on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Smartphones mean big business in India
India’s booming mobile communications industry could soon rival China's as big brands move into the country.
India: Citizens' list update sparks fear in Assam state
About 4 million out of 30 million people in the Indian state of Assam have been left off a draft list of citizens, sparking anxiety over their fate. Advocates of the update of the National Register of Citizens say it is needed to identify illegal immigrants.
India bows to U.S. on Iranian oil
India has bowed to U.S. pressure and will not buy any Iranian oil in November when President Trump's new sanctions come into effect.
Two militants killed in ongoing encounter in Indian Kashmir
At least two militants were killed in an ongoing encounter between security forces and militants in Anantnag region of Indian Kashmir on Friday (August 24).