India’s central bank considers P2P rules

Supervision may help industry fill gaps left by state-owned banks

India blocks visas for Chinese dissidents

New Delhi denies it is bowing to pressure from Beijing

Ravleen Ruppal pictured on her stand at The Jewellery and Watch Show, Birmingham NEC
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The British-Indian wedding jewellery revolution

The enthusiasm of British Indians for giving gold to newly-weds continues but tastes are changing

NEW DELHI, INDIA - APRIL 24: Chief Justice of India TS Thakur speaks during the inauguration of the Joint Conference of Chief Ministers and Chief Justices of High Courts, at Vigyan Bhawan, on April 24, 2016 in New Delhi, India. During the conference, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that he understood the Chief Justice's concern and added that going forward, he hoped that the Government and the Judiciary could work together to find solutions to these issues. Thakur, got emotional while saying that criticism of judiciary for delay is unfair. (Photo by Sushil Kumar/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

India’s top judge begs for reinforcements

Average Indian judge rules on 2,600 cases a year

Death among India’s endangered vultures

Fewer numbers meant rats and feral dogs multiplied and rabies in humans soared, writes Victor Mallet

Indian court issues Mallya arrest warrant

‘King of good times’ suffers fresh setback in battle over loans

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India: Water wars

Mismanagement of the vital resource threatens to hit industry and the broader economy

World Bank gives $2.5bn to female education

Michelle Obama to unveil project to help 62m access schooling

Good morning Gurugram: India renames city

Relabelling of Gurgaon prompts storm of support and mockery

India scrambles to ease severe drought

Authorities send out water train as cricket grounds turn to sewage

Indian fund houses must reveal top pay

Regulator forcing disclosure of executives’ remuneration

More than 100 killed in Indian temple fire

Thousands gathered for fireworks display to mark Hindu new year

India’s Bihar state outlaws alcohol

First minister Nitish Kumar fulfils election pledge

India trims rates amid economic headwinds

Wave of favourable conditions belies lingering problems

Walk in the park is a tale of two cities

Delhi Notebook: ‘Gardens’ show the best and worst of the country

BJP seeks boost from India state elections

PM Modi’s party has had little presence in 5 states going to the polls but hopes it can make gains

Modi fails to exploit India’s great chance

Inclusive growth is best answer to communal and caste tensions

Women’s cricket bowls to victory in India

Whether we have reached a turning point in the sport remains to be seen, writes Supriya Nair

Maternal health & child mortality

Three births: FT reporters on three continents follow the fates of women and their babies in a compelling multimedia format

Shock but no rancour at Port Talbot

Workers expected to be given time to turn round plant after improved performance

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