Modi sets out climate change duty for rich states

Warning sets huge task for summit

Dal shock hits India as pulse prices soar

Prices overtook grains in 2015 for first time since 2010

India budget faces civil service pay blow

Setback for Modi’s plans to cut deficit and boost infrastructure

RBI hit as 17,000 staff take ‘mass leave’

India central bank workers strike over reforms and pensions

One-way traffic: children hold cloths over their faces as pollution covers New Delhi

Pollution in India: Gasping for air

Citizens turn to the courts amid claims the government is failing to clean up New Delhi’s toxic atmosphere

21st October 2015, Noida, India. Mr Vijay Shekhar Sharma (born 1978), founder and CEO of Paytm in an office at the company HQ in Noida, Delhi, India on the 21st October 2015 Paytm is an acronym for "Pay Through Mobile". It's an Indian e-commerce shopping website launched in 2010, owned by One97 Communications which initially focused on Mobile and DTH Recharging. The company is headquartered in Noida, India. It gradually provided recharging and bill payment of various portals including electricity bills, gas bills, as well as telephone bills. Paytm entered India's e-commerce market in 2014, providing facilities and products similar to businesses such as Flipkart,, Snapdeal. In 2015, it added booking bus travel. Today,it is India's most popular online destination for prepaid mobile and DTH recharges and shopping, and its Android and iOS apps have been ranked among the most popular apps. In three years since the founding, the company created a user base of 25 million wallet users and 10 million app downloads. PHOTOGRAPH BY AND COPYRIGHT OF SIMON DE TREY-WHITE + 91 98103 99809 email: photographer in delhi
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Vijay Sharma, Paytm: an Alibaba for India

Indian founder building own version of the Chinese online empire

Infosys forecasts tough third quarter

Indian IT outsourcer blames seasonal trough for narrower margins

Troubles at home overshadow Modi visit

Critics complain of religious intolerance and economic drift

UK boosts India ties ahead of Modi visit

Reports suggest financial sector agreements are in pipeline

India toll collectors balk at green tax

Delhi’s efforts to reduce pollution held hostage by contractor

India tries to reinvigorate Africa ties

India wants to halt drift in relations with African trade and aid

India chemists dispense nationwide strike

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Modi struggles to unleash investment

Indian capex has dipped amid economic uncertainty

India’s public banks the weakest link

Rate cut threatens margins of stressed lenders

Rajan urges IMF and World Bank reforms

Indian central bank governor calls for emerging market needs to be met

India slashes rates by 50 basis points

RBI move raises hopes of revival in private sector investment

ADB lowers Asia economic growth forecasts

Development bank warns of fallout from China and India challenges

Jaitley hints at deal on RBI independence

Indian finance minister signals compromise with central bank

India seeks to solve inflation puzzle

CPI-WPI divergence fuels debate between monetary doves and hawks

Delhi’s dangerous dream of overtaking China

India’s overly inflated statistics are breeding a false sense of security