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  • Ukrainian president slams India over Crimean leader visit

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko lashed out at India on Friday over a visit by the leader of Crimea, the former Ukrainian territory annexed by Russia, who accompanied President Vladimir Putin's annual summit delegation this week. India does not...
  • Women's safety in focus as Uber rivals race across Southeast Asia

    A co-founder of GrabTaxi, Uber's biggest competitor in Southeast Asia, remarked earlier this year that safety is so central to the online taxi booking business that some of his drivers feel like they are tracked at every moment - even when they go to...
  • India Hindu group plans religious conversions at Christmas

    A Hindu priest-turned-lawmaker vowed on Friday to convert hundreds of Muslims and Christians to Hinduism on Christmas Day, despite a police investigation into an earlier round of conversions. Religious conversions in multi-faith India are threatening...
  • Exclusive: India to reap $12 billion-plus budget windfall from oil slide - sources

    A plunge of nearly half in oil prices could help Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley reap a fiscal windfall of at least $12 billion when he presents his 2015/16 budget in February, two government sources told Reuters. The savings would come in the...
  • Investments in Uber's Indian rivals uncertain after taxi app ban

    A ban on online taxi services in India, following the arrest in New Delhi of an Uber driver accused of rape, has brought uncertainty to the millions of dollars of international investment pumped into Uber's Indian rivals Ola and TaxiForSure. Ola raised...
  • India on alert after oil spill in Sundarbans

    Authorities on India's eastern coast are on alert after a tanker and another vessel collided, spilling more than 350,000 liters of furnace oil into the waters of the Sundarban tidal mangrove forests in neighboring Bangladesh. "We are taking all...
  • Only emerging market reformers will keep investors as tide turns

    Emerging markets' popularity with investors is ebbing as a strong dollar lures money away and commodity prices fall, but some governments promising tough economic reforms may stem the flow of capital leaving. India and Indonesia currently look the most...
  • Bayer fails to block generic cancer drug in India's top court

    German drugmaker Bayer has failed in a last-ditch attempt to block the sale of a cheap generic version of its cancer drug Nexavar in India, after the country's Supreme Court ruled against it on Friday. The decision, which upholds earlier rulings, will be...
  • India, wise up and clear the air

    India, wise up and clear the air
    What's the world's most polluted city? If you guessed Beijing, you're wrong. It's New Delhi, according to a World Health Organization study released this year. India disputes the results, claiming New Delhi's air is no dirtier than Beijing's (and much...
  • Outcast Russia turns to Cold War ally India for new billions in trade

    Russian President Vladimir Putin traveled to India on Thursday for a one-day summit during which billions of dollars' worth of economic agreements were signed on energy, precious stones and military equipment and India pledged to retain Russia as its most...
  • In global climate talks, some major polluters drag their feet

    Recent commitments by the world's major polluters to cut emissions have added fresh momentum to international climate talks, but foot-dragging persists among the next tier of polluters, including India, Brazil, Canada and Australia. Representatives of...