India flirts with double-digit growth

Bullish finance ministry survey issued on eve of budget

India plans $137bn rail investment

Five-year plan to transform the country’s huge but ageing network

Clean-up follows bungled Indian break-in

Corporate arrests seen as effort to boost anti-corruption image

Indian farmers balk at land law reforms

Modi treads on India’s most explosive political minefield

Clothes make the man, and Indian nation

While Bollywood sets the trends, politicians are expected to look modest, writes Avantika Chilkoti

Pachauri resigns from climate change body

UN panel chairman fights sexual harassment claims

Doubts grow over Rahul Gandhi’s future

Critics hit at leave of absence during budget session

India corporate espionage scandal deepens

Police target high-profile groups for first time since election

IPL tests cricketers’ price versus ability

Stats also reveal that overseas cricketers can lift run-rate for relatively little cost

India’s indebted companies seek new dawn

Suzlon’s asset sales have given hope to other highly leveraged groups

China protests at Modi visit to disputed area

Beijing summons Indian ambassador over prime minister’s trip

Climate change leader in harassment claim

IPCC chairman Pachauri withdraws from meeting

Political row hits Indian university plan

Nobel laureate accuses Modi of blocking second term as chancellor

Reliance in India corporate spying probe

Delhi police arrest five over alleged sale of energy documents

Modi urges ‘new era’ for Indian defence

Local state arms companies criticised for low output

Modi should do more to lift India growth

Do not take the country’s rebased GDP statistics too seriously

Common man takes helm in New Delhi

Central government meddling may make it difficult for new chief minister to implement plans

Ganges adds to spread of drug-resistant bugs

Antibiotic resistance on rise in south Asia, warn scientists

India reveals shortlist for coal auctions

Jindal Steel and Adani among those eligible to bid for 100 licences

Delhi rout sends powerful message to Modi

Voters think PM is losing touch with concerns of ordinary people

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