Violence tests India-Africa relationship

Modi’s hopes of ‘partnership for prosperity’ suffers blow after attack on Tanzanians in Bangalore

Apple should not be too excited over India

Tech group’s products cost more than most Indian consumers are willing to pay

India keeps top GDP place with 7.3% rise

Oil price fall aids economy but analysts question data reliability

Facebook’s Free Basics hits snag in India

Regulator effectively bans social network’s online access plan

Delhi Notebook: India’s wedding syndrome

The government manages one-off events but not longer-term projects, writes Victor Mallet

Terror: The globalisation of extremism

A surge in Isis-claimed attacks suggests the ideology is extending its influence to Asia

Bengal struggles to regain economic vigour

State government hails progress in push to arrest 30-year decline

Indian coal goes from shortage to glut

State miner told to whittle back stocks as inventories grow

NEW DELHI, INDIA - NOVEMBER 3: People commute amidst smog on a cold morning on November 3, 2015 in New Delhi, India. Air quality in surrounding areas of Delhi has dropped dramatically due to practice of burning of crop residues. According to reports, satellite image from NASA’s Earth Observing System Data and Information System (EOSDIS) website recently showed fire spots, which denote blazes on the ground, all across Punjab and parts of northern Haryana. Deterioration in air quality is aggravating respiratory problems. (Photo by Sonu Mehta/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)
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Middle-class Indians and the Delhi Metro

The answer to chronic pollution is better public transport, writes Amy Kazmin

India’s optimism hit by economic gloom

Modi faces dilemma on spending and fiscal target

China property group moves into India

Dalian Wanda to invest $10bn in ‘industrial new city’ in Haryana

India should seize its chance to shine

Modi’s drive for reform must not be allowed to drift into inertia

Student’s suicide poses problem for Modi

Prime minister’s party leaders accused of helping to drive PhD student to his death

Mixed results for Delhi pollution push

City’s ‘odd even’ car-licence trial did not produce blue skies

Students eye Asia’s public policy expertise

MPP courses in the region offer experience of its fast-growing markets

Globalisation 2.0 — an optimistic outlook

There is an optimistic outlook in which reformers prevail

India internet: Laying the foundations

For Modi’s government, technology offers a way to propel the country out of poverty

Indian comedian jailed after mocking guru

Religious leader known for flamboyant outfits evocative of Elvis Presley’s 1970s wardrobe

Make or break year for Modi’s India dream

Buoyant GDP figures contradicted by glum caution on the ground

A city where the sun doesn’t shine

The air is so bad that readings often surpass the official index of the US, writes Victor Mallet

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