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  • India to supply Vietnam with naval vessels amid China disputes

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India will soon be supplying naval vessels to Vietnam, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Tuesday, the first significant military transfer to Hanoi at a time when it is embroiled in a territorial dispute with China. The...
  • India: Taste your way through a remarkable food culture

    India: Taste your way through a remarkable food culture
    If you crave the full-flavored tastes of Indian cuisine, you might be attracted to a new Pacific Delight Tours' itinerary that explores the rich spice mixes and regional flavors of the subcontinent. Culinary Journey through India has a four-night...
  • Rousseff's win in Brazil raises questions about EM reforms

    LONDON (Reuters) - Pledges of reform in emerging markets have encouraged investors this year, but Brazil's vote against any change at the top of its government is raising questions over whether the reforms will be delivered in hyped-up markets like...
  • Japan's SoftBank kicks off $10 billion India online spree, buys stake in Snapdeal

    MUMBAI (Reuters) - Japanese telecom and media group SoftBank Corp has set its sights on Indian e-commerce in its aggressive expansion drive, saying it will invest about $10 billion in the booming sector as it took a strategic stake in one of its rising...
  • China's Xiaomi to set up India customer data center to deflect privacy concerns

    MUMBAI (Reuters) - Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Inc said on Monday it plans to set up a data center in India next year to store local user data, as the fast-growing company seeks to deflect concerns about privacy that could hamper its efforts to expand...
  • Modi takes tea, but no questions, in first press event as PM

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi took tea, but no questions, on Saturday at his first staged meeting with the Indian press since coming to power five months ago, underscoring the delicate relationship he has with the fourth...
  • 'Court' Judged Best Film at Mumbai Festival

    "Court" has won best film, plus awards for director Chaitanya Tamhane and a special jury mention for its ensemble cast at the 16th Mumbai Film Festival's international competition. Mexican film "Gueros," directed by Alonso Ruiz Palacios, won the grand...
  • Azevedo asks for ideas as WTO hits a brick wall

    GENEVA (Reuters) - World Trade Organization chief Roberto Azevedo will begin consulting with WTO ambassadors on Wednesday to try to work out how to pick up the pieces after global trade negotiations appeared to suffer a final defeat on Tuesday. "Whether,...
  • Cruising overseas? Don't forget to factor in the visa fees

    Cruising overseas? Don't forget to factor in the visa fees
    Question: We signed up on Oceania for a cruise to India and the east coast of Africa. We subsequently got a bill for $716 per person for visa fees for four countries — India (where we will spend five days), Kenya (10 hours), Tanzania (nine hours)...
  • State elections in India give boost to Modi

    India’s governing Hindu nationalist party was declared the winner Sunday in two state assembly elections, giving a boost to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s economic reform agenda. The strong showing by the conservative Bharatiya Janata...
  • India unveils Subramanian as chief economic adviser

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - U.S.-based economist Arvind Subramanian became chief economic adviser to the Indian government on Thursday, confirming the appointment of the development economist whose candidacy first emerged in August. Subramanian, a senior...