India’s economic confidence returns

Growth bounce lifts spirits but it hides vulnerabilities

BALASORE, INDIA - APRIL 11: Gujarat chief Minister and BJP prime ministerial candidate for Lok Sabha election Narendra Modi during a Bharat Bijay Samabesha rally, on April 11, 2014 in Balasore, India. Modi said, I will transform Odisha like I have changed Gujarat. (Photo by Arabinda Mahapatra/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

India grows at fastest rate in two years

Better than expected figures boost Modi

India’s Modi seeks bank accounts for all

Campaign to draw small savers into formal financial system

China and India balk at state sell-off

Beijing lacks urgency and Delhi fears losing family silver

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India to name Subramanian as adviser

Appointment of former IMF official comes at a crucial time

Kerala decides to ban the demon drink

Prohibition could hit tourism in India’s biggest-boozing state

Dramas to match scenery at Jackson Hole

Labour market dynamics to play central role for monetary policy

Modi prioritises factories and sanitation

Indian PM tells world to ‘come, make in India’ in speech

Review: Defying the Odds – The Rise of Dalit Entrepreneurs

Book offers insights into India’s tough paths to upward mobility

India faces conflicting pressures on food

Modi struggles to please both consumers and farmers over prices

Rajan sounds alarm on asset bubbles

RBI chief says world at risk of new crisis

India holds rates in inflation fight

Central bank ignores calls from business to ease policy

Mumbai housing still domain of the rich

Academic says average earners need 580 years to buy flat

Business presses India over trade deal

ICC ‘deeply concerned’ over trade agreement objections

India struggles with infrastructure dream

Modi must deal with previous stalled projects

India maintains opposition to WTO deal

US warns of crisis as New Delhi demands food subsidies agreement

India’s ‘cereal economy’ ruffles WTO

New Delhi wants resolution to subsidies dispute

India to sell off $2.9bn ONGC stake

Sale is first test of PM’s ability to hold deficit at 4.1% of GDP

WTO rules against US on state companies

Duties on Chinese and Indian goods broke regulations

India threatens to block WTO trade deal

World Trade Organisation’s reputation faces further damage