Rough ride for next India central bank head

Raghuram Rajan’s successor will still be subject to pressure from government

India child labour law raises concerns

Loophole allows under-14s to work in ‘family based’ enterprises

India – Sikh jokes are no laughing matter

Notebook: Faith’s followers go to court to stop ‘Santa-Banta’ humour in Bollywood and on the web

India reform is unfinished business

Modi needs to shake-up regulatory bodies, the police and the legal process, writes Gaurav Dalmia

India eyes oil demand growth top spot

Industrialisation drive piques interest of energy companies

Africa reaches for the stars

Ignore the cynics – space exploration is vital despite the continent’s down-to-earth problems

Media muzzled amid violence in Kashmir

TV and newspapers shut down as part of efforts to control unrest

India’s Modi seeks to realise tax reform

Government hopes to push through goods and services tax bill

A company handout photograph shows Cairn India Ltd.'s heated and insulated pipeline from Barmer to coastal Gujarat , made available to the media on Friday, July 17, 2009. Cairn Energy Plc, the U.K.-listed explorer focusing on India, said its Rajasthan field will begin oil output by the end of September, in line with its schedule. Source Cairn India Ltd. via Bloomberg

Cairn seeks $1bn in New Delhi tax wrangle

UK oil group was barred from selling residual stake in Cairn India

Kashmir rebel’s death shatters uneasy calm

Killing of social media star prompts worst protests in six years

EM companies ‘going backwards’ on transparency

Chinese firms accused of failing to tackle the threat of corruption and tax evasion

India considers new financial year

Aim is to focus government spending to avoid monsoon disruption of infrastructure projects

Indian business welcomes UK trade deal

Industry group says agreement ‘would be almost made in heaven’

Modi expands India government headcount

Headcount rises as BJP tries to widen appeal

Indian tech start-ups in hiring freeze

Country’s internet groups rein in costs as flow of funding slows

India’s civil servants get 23% pay rise

Windfall is aimed at boosting private consumption

India’s RBI warns on rise in bad loans

Pressure mounts for banking-sector recapitalisation

India and Pakistan unite in mourning

A centuries-old mystical tradition unites divided nations

India accentuates the positive on Brexit

Lawmakers and business look to bilateral deal to boost trade

Indian flight reforms face uphill battle

Efforts to open up air travel fail to address underlying problems