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Gay athletes compete to fight homophobia in conservative Nepal
PM's fuel price hike boosted inflation to 10-month high of 7.8 percent in August, killing industry's hopes for a rate cut.
Suzlon Energy's trouble making payments on $200 million debt raises concerns about the heath of India's debt-laden firms
There's growing skepticism about the developing world's "reluctant entrepreneurs," who start businesses only because they can't find a job, writes the Economist
India is world's child marriage capital, accounts for most of the world's hungry, and fails spectacularly at curbing malnutrition.
'Where we are currently, I think we need someone to take care of general people more than big business.'
Venture capital meets microfinance at the innovative nonprofit Be! Fund.
Incidents of abuse highlight flaws in India's regulation of clinical trials
A college friendship with Pakistani hippies suggests the US president is cooler than we thought, at least according to a new play.
Leveraging mobile phones, India's FINO has built a customer base of 50 million paan wallahs, rickshaw pullers and vegetable vendors
Experts go back and forth about whether cash is better than food, but the poor people themselves vote for cash.
Indians living abroad pumped $66.13 billion into the economy last year, compared with only $46.84 billion in foreign direct investment
New US film blames Monsanto for rash of Indian farmer suicides
India's rural development minister draws the ire of religious groups with the self-evident claim that the country needs toilets more than temples.
Indian immigrants play key roles in Silicon Valley start-ups, says new study
Promising to create jobs in the US, Indian firms face competition from American IT firms
Second wave of economic reforms was expected after government weathered the pullout of Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress.
India's new "census towns" are adding an entirely new demography to the consuming class, writes Mint's Cordelia Jenkins
Politicians of every stripe are fighting for India's "middle class." But who are they, anyway?
They might not have long hair or head bang, but they love Iron Maiden all the same.