Reliance and BP plans remain uncertain

India’s gas price rise below what companies were hoping for

A bittersweet rebirth for India’s Jews

Mumbai’s Jewish community is small but resilient, writes James Crabtree

Modi to axe diesel subsidies

PM’s continues push to modernise India’s economy

Patchy cover and state underfunding compound India’s poverty

Reliance on the private sector increases the financial burden for patients

Modi accelerates economic reform drive

Indian prime minister acts after state election victories

BJP has won state elections, say polls

Exit results point to victory in Maharashtra and Haryana

Windfall for India as global growth slows

Stars align to provide economic boon

Modi counts on populism to woo Indians

Indian premier pushes to win majorities in state elections

Spectacular fall for India’s ‘Mr Sahara’

Sahara group and its jailed founder face uncertain future

Xiaomi hires ex-Google manager for India

Chinese company ramps up efforts to expand into new markets

India car sales fall in September

Unexpected drop of 1% puts brakes on four months of growth

India’s challenge on corporate taxation

Foreign investors need a more stable and predictable regime

Anti-slavery fighter saves 80,000 children

Nobel laureate is ‘unassuming and exceptionally determined’ pacifist in the footsteps of Gandhi

Malala and Satyarthi win Nobel Prize

Pakistani schoolgirl and Indian children’s activist share award

Infosys positive ahead of strategy update

Indian IT bellwether reports stronger margins and bonus share issue

Zuckerberg plays the long game in India

Patchy internet poses big challenge in second-largest market

India warns Pakistan over Kashmir clashes

Heaviest fighting since 2003 has seen 17 civilians killed

The renaissance of India microfinance

Microlending recovers from 2010 crisis that threatened its destruction

India’s start-ups are pulling in Silicon Valley’s big hitters

Number of high-profile investments buoy expectations

Thinking globally

The most vigorous growth in the country’s higher education sector is coming from the many private universities that are courting foreign students