India executes Mumbai bomber

Use of death penalty questioned after hanging of Yakub Memon

India to bury central bank controversy

New Delhi to entrench RBI direction of monetary policy

India mourns ex-president ‘Missile Man’

Kalam had key role in satellite and military projects

Tributes to empire’s forgotten warriors

In north-east India lie those who fell while world’s attention was on Europe, writes Victor Mallet

New Delhi should loosen grip on rates

India must not suffer more government meddling in monetary policy

India flags curb in RBI’s rate powers

Proposed financial code may remove governor’s veto rights

A bus on a muddy Indian highway
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Asian Highway One mired in muddy reality

Obstacles block India’s plans for modern regional gateway

Opposition smells blood on India reforms

Congress vows to block land bill

GREATER NOIDA, INDIA - JUNE 7: Manju (C), wife of soldier Jagveer Singh mourns the death of her son after his body arrived, who was killed in Ambush in Manipur, at Muradghadi Village, on June 7, 2015 in Greater Noida, India. A group of rebels using rocket-propelled grenades and automatic weapons ambushed a military convoy in a remote area of Chandel district, about 120 kilometres (75 miles) southwest of north eastern Manipur's state capital Imphal on Thursday, killing at least 21 soldiers and wounding more than dozens in the latest major attack in the region in recent months. (Photo by Nitin Kanotra/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

Killings show frailty of north-east India

Violence in Manipur and Nagaland add to a history of troubles

Graft probe bans IPL teams for 2 years

Blow for sponsors and broadcasters of lucrative Indian Premier League

Scams, deaths and the Indian civil service

About 2,000 held and hundreds in hiding as scandal grips nation

India private equity pursues record 2015

Strong first half underlines sector’s long-awaited recovery

UK Muslims unhappy over Modi visit

Cameron keen to boost trade as threat of protests looms

India: Land in demand

As the country shifts from an agrarian to an industrialised economy, selling farmland fairly is a priority

Spate of deaths reignites India scandal

Call for BJP figures to resign after at least 26 witnesses in vast public appointments scam die

Crackdown on Indian madrassas exposes rift

Muslims say government is pursuing fundamentalist Hindu agenda

Cricket mogul tests Modi government’s image

Political scandal begins to linger near to BJP

India departs from monk-like tradition

Colonial past led to preference for molasses-based alcohol

Human rights group hits out at World Bank

Opponents of projects intimidated by governments, claims report

India infrastructure: Built on debt

Plans to improve roads and rail hampered by weak balance sheets

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