India maintains opposition to WTO deal

US warns of crisis as New Delhi demands food subsidies agreement

Jailed Indian tycoon seeks ‘deal room’

Roy is negotiating to sell NY Plaza hotel to raise funds

WTO scrambles to rescue Bali deal

India threatens to withhold support ahead of deadline

Anti-capitalists take too much for granted

India’s ‘untouchables’ are being emancipated by economic growth, writes Devesh Kapur

A few Brics short of a firewall

Principles guiding the new development bank are unclear

India to sell off $2.9bn ONGC stake

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

China’s shadow hovers over $100bn Brics bank

Fears grow over Beijing’s hegemonic role in the grouping

WTO rules against US on state companies

Duties on Chinese and Indian goods broke regulations

India’s budget seen as missed opportunity

State subsidy bill debate kicked into long grass

The new Director-General of the World Tr

India threatens to block WTO trade deal

World Trade Organisation’s reputation faces further damage

India and China – clash of the titans

Sentiment towards China has weakened but optimism over India is sky high

Vodafone reaffirms India tax row strategy

UK telco looks to international arbitration after Modi setback

BJP appoints leader facing criminal charges

India PM’s confidant named president of ruling party

Osborne unveils India projects credit line

Chancellor launches commercial push in Delhi

India to tap FDI for railway modernisation

Upgrade of colonial-era network to cost at least $93bn

The economic challenge for Modi

Indian PM must use his popularity to implement change

Osborne praises new Indian PM

Modi walks a fine line with maiden budget

Cuts to fuel and food subsidies likely to prove unpopular

Hague and Osborne to visit new Indian PM

Senior ministers will seek to boost trade ties with Britain

Modi plans land law reform to lift growth

Acquisition process seen as hurdle to development