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Obama's re-election viewed as “safe” by financial analysts and foreign policy experts.
Hawkish on US, Khan makes pleasant noises in India but waffles on Lashkar's Hafiz Saeed
Indian analysts cautious about US future due to impending "fiscal cliff"
Finance Minister Chidambaram "not likely to bring in any kind of additional burden for companies in the form of any kind of tax in the next budget," says official.
As farmers protest against more trials of genetically modified crops, an official committee has suggested a 10-year moratorium
With 4 deaths over the past 5 days, Indians question the safety of Noida expressway
Left out of rhetoric, India must wait and see how next US president treats Iran sanctions, Af-Pak withdrawal, and climate change, says Sumit Ganguly
6 Indian-origin candidates have India closely watching this US election
India's Center for Science and Environment launches website to clear "grey haze, marred by non-transparency and half-truths."
At huge weekend rally, Gandhis finally back PM on need for economic reforms.
American Paul Wilkes has transformed poorly funded orphanages into “Homes of Hope.”
Target of $1 trillion investments in infrastructure over the next five years “must be met at any cost," Indian PM tells cabinet.
Playboy plans PG-13 clubs and cafes for an India that can't handle cheerleaders.
Indian anti-corruption crusader Arvind Kejriwal alleges billionaire Mukesh Ambani routinely manipulates government policy for his company's profit.
After politicians, anti-corruption crusader Arvind Kejriwal takes aim at India's tycoons
India has spent $2 billion to clean up Delhi's Yamuna River over the past 20 years. And it's dirtier than ever.
Allegations against government allies are too laughable to investigate, naturally. But when an opposition leader comes under the lens, they unleash the sniffer dogs.
Reliance honcho Mukesh Ambani remains richest Indian, with a net worth of $21 billion, mostly from the oil and gas business.
Stories of the days of Morgan and Carnegie sound "eerily familiar" in India, writes Brown University's Ashutosh Varshney
About 37% of Indian deaths are still caused by "poor country" diseases like TB and malaria, while 53% stem from "rich country" problems like heart failure and diabetes.