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Before and after Rajan: Liberal right is seeing Modi in a diff...

Before Raghuram Rajan and After Raghuram Rajan — for a large section of the Indian liberal right, their support for Narendra Modi and his government will be divided into these two phases. The post Before and after Rajan: Liberal right is seeing Modi in a ... First, 5 days ago

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India is seeing decline in crony capitalism: Ruchir Sharma

 MSN News US1 hour ago India disappoints both optimists pessimists: Ruchir Sharma  Moneycontrol.com22 hours ago

All may not be lost for struggling Nokia, BlackBerry

Just a few years ago, seeing an Indian youth with a Nokia or an office-goer with a BlackBerry device on the road was a common sight. In 2009, about 70 per cent of smartphones sold globally had operating systems offered by BlackBerry and Nokia and the two ...
 Prokerala1 hour ago

Stop seeing India through the prism of Pakistan: Modi

New Delhi, June 27 (IANS) Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday asked the media to stop seeing India through the prism of Pakistan. "I want to tell the media to stop looking at everything in India through the prism of Pakistan," Modi told Times ...
 Yahoo! India1 day ago

Mallya seen at book launch event attended by India's UK envoy

The High Commissioner upon seeing Mallya walk in actually at the mid of the event, got up and left Vijay Mallya, who has been declared a proclaimed offender by a Mumbai court in a money laundering case, has been spotted at a book launch event at London School of Economics this week that was attended by the Indian envoy. Social media was in a frenzy after it emerged that Indian High Commissioner Navtej Sarna, who was one of the special guests at the event on Thursday evening to mark the launch ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Doves Ascendant in India on Brexit After Hounding Rajan on Rates

The debate over India's room to cut interest rates, which saw the central bank governor pilloried by populist politicians, is swinging in favor of the doves after Britain's vote to exit the European Union. Nomura Holdings Inc., which wasn't ...
 Bloomberg14 minutes ago

Just 17, he could become India's F1 sensation

Still too young to drive on Indian roads, 17-year-old Jehan Daruvala, a speedster from Mumbai, could become India's first Formula One sensation, says Ranjita Ganesan. Photograph: Jehan Daruvala/Facebook Jehan Daruvala doesn't like to lose, not even in Ludo. To maintain his body clock based on the hours in England, the 17 year old, who divides his time between London and Mumbai, stays up late playing the board game with his grandmother. Any time he loses, he calls for a re-match which sometimes ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago

India Central Bank Sees Sharp Rise in Bank Risk on Bad Loans

Risks to India's banking industry have sharply increased since September as surging bad loans drag lenders profitability to the lowest since at least 1999, according to the Reserve Bank of India. Banks return on assets fell to 0.4 percent at the ...
 Bloomberg1 hour ago Risks to banking sector see sharp increase  Deccan Herald12 hours ago

Bosch India climbs over 4% on buyback proposal

NEW DELHI: Shares of Bosch India jumped over 4 per cent in Wednesday's trade after the auto component maker said its board would meet on July 1 to consider buyback of shares. The stock rose 4.26 per cent to hit a high of Rs 22,444 on BSE. This was ...
 Economic Times1 hour ago

Biggest India Fund Managers See Monsoon Rains Outweighing Brexit

Indian money managers clung to equities during the worst selloff in four months, speculating the elements that powered this year's stocks rally are strong enough to withstand global turmoil from the Brexit vote. Local funds bought a net 1.15 ...
 Bloomberg1 hour ago For India's Money Managers, Recovering Economy Outweighs Brexit  La Repubblica3 hours ago
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