Indian banks: wilful neglect

The country needs savings, investment – and bankruptcy laws

Vijay Mallya, chairman of UB Group, poses during a launch of his latest whiskey brand in New Delhi, India, on Saturday, Jan. 19, 2008. Mallya touches down at New Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport in his Airbus Corporate Jet on the afternoon of Jan. 19. Photographer: Namas Bhojani/Bloomberg News

Vijay Mallya feels Indian bankers’ ire

Anger at failure of wealthy to repay loans to state banks

Modi chides China as he embraces Japan

Summit with Abe seen as part of effort to counterbalance Chinese influence in Asia

India’s economic confidence returns

Growth bounce lifts spirits but it hides vulnerabilities

Hopes for coal rights rethink spark rally

Indian minister says companies should keep mines in production

Mallya declared ‘wilful defaulter’ by bank

Indian liquor baron opted not to repay loan, says UBI

Indian stocks rally to fresh highs

Output figures point to revival in growth

India and Japan send signal with bear hug

Modi-Abe friendship could reshape Asian geopolitics

BALASORE, INDIA - APRIL 11: Gujarat chief Minister and BJP prime ministerial candidate for Lok Sabha election Narendra Modi during a Bharat Bijay Samabesha rally, on April 11, 2014 in Balasore, India. Modi said, I will transform Odisha like I have changed Gujarat. (Photo by Arabinda Mahapatra/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

India grows at fastest rate in two years

Better than expected figures boost Modi

India’s Modi seeks bank accounts for all

Campaign to draw small savers into formal financial system

India presses Pepsi to cut sugar content

Modi government fights diabetes and cardiovascular disease

India coal ruling fuels confusion

Alarm at implications for power and banking industries

China and India balk at state sell-off

Beijing lacks urgency and Delhi fears losing family silver

Thames clean-up inspires Modi’s Ganges plans

London’s once filthy waterway may hold lessons for sacred river

India declares coal mining licences illegal

Ruling plunges battered resources sector into fresh uncertainty

Hindu nationalists flex muscles in India

Liberals alarmed by sway of fundamentalists

India to name Subramanian as adviser

Appointment of former IMF official comes at a crucial time

Kerala decides to ban the demon drink

Prohibition could hit tourism in India’s biggest-boozing state

Huffington Post to launch in India

Latest step in AOL-owned site’s international expansion

Climate change to slash south Asian GDP

Warning of 8.8% loss to economy if no action is taken