Beef killing butchers Indian tolerance

The shocking response to a terrible murder speaks of the rise of politics of hatred

Film: Bollywood explores gritty themes

India’s biggest film industry is deviating from the traditional star-driven fare — and is rewarded at the box office

India’s female students claim the streets

University argues that curfews on women are necessary to ensure safety, writes Amy Kazmin

India bends to call for climate action

New Delhi finally sets out plans for UN summit on global warming

Nepalis claim India is blockading fuel

New Delhi accused of trying to force rewrite of constitution

Silicon Valley trip shows Modi delusions

Impressive parts of US economy are led by people ‘made in India’, but few show signs of going home

Indian farmer killed over beef dispute

Latest vigilante attack on people linked to cattle slaughter

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Strong demand shapes Mumbai skyline

Developments in the city are reaching for the sky — and so are the prices

Indian satellite firm to pay $562m damages

Row put spotlight on flagship space programme

India slashes rates by 50 basis points

RBI move raises hopes of revival in private sector investment

Didi Kuaidi buys stake in India’s Ola

Taxi app deal is the latest in a growing alliance among Uber rivals

UN obsession with global poverty targets

Helping world’s poor has to be more than an accounting exercise

India’s women-only travel agencies

The popularity of single-sex tours reflects the entrenched conservatism of Indian society

Indian real estate company fined $1.1bn

Pearls raised $8.3bn from 58m investors who hoped to get rich

Modi embraces modernity — just not at home

Beef and public kissing bans suggest a less than modern outlook

ADB lowers Asia economic growth forecasts

Development bank warns of fallout from China and India challenges

Indian streets with an identity crisis

Renaming roads is thankless task even when politics not involved

Jaitley hints at deal on RBI independence

Finance minister signals deal with central bank as he calls for rate cut

Indian job ad receives 2.3m applicants

PhDs and postgraduates among those chasing 368 civil service posts

Modi phenomenon weathers economic storm

More than two-thirds of Indians hold favourable view of PM

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