India's Finance Secretary on economy, Rupee ahead of elections
India Secretary of Finance Subhash Chandra Garg discusses foreign investment, the strength of the rupee, and India's economy ahead of elections in the nation.
Kenya's tea industry takes advantage of India-Pakistan's brewing tensions
Kenya's tea industry takes advantage of India-Pakistan's brewing tensions.
Boeing's lost $24 Billion in market cap in two days
Boeing’s crisis of confidence continues with a growing number of countries and airline carriers suspending flights of the 737 Max 8 aircraft. The suspensions include the governments of the EU, China, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, India and Malaysia. But not the U.S. yet.
India refuses to negotiate for release of captured pilot: Official
An Indian government official said the nation will not negotiate or talk with Pakistan over the fate of a captured air force pilot as Pakistan Prime Minister said he is ready to talk with India Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
India considers action against Pakistan after suicide attack
India was weighing its options for retaliation against Pakistan after a Kashmir terror attack killed over 40 Indian paramilitaries. Mobs attacked Kashmiris in India and some TV channels called for going to war.
Kashmir: Indian soldiers killed in clashes with militants
A gunbattle with militants in disputed Kashmir has left four Indian troops dead. It comes just days after the worst attack on government forces in the region's history, to which India promised a "jaw-dropping" response.
Kumbh Mela Hindu festival begins in India
The largest religious gathering on earth and is set to take place at the confluence of the Ganges, Yamuna and the mythical Saraswati rivers. India's Hindu nationalist-led government has actively promoted the festival.
Extreme poverty is on the rise in Africa's most populous country
Poverty is widespread in Nigeria despite decades of high oil revenues. In June 2018, the country overtook India in a global extreme poverty ranking.