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  • Kerry to woo Modi's India, but quick progress unlikely

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry travels to India this week as Washington tries to revitalize ties it sees as a counterbalance to China's rising power, but rapid progress is unlikely, despite the reformist reputation of India's...
  • Factbox: India's food stockpiling and WTO stand-off

    (Reuters) - India threatened to block a worldwide reform of custom rules last week, saying it wants an agreement on food subsidies and stockholding to run parallel to the trade facilitation pact. With grain silos spilling over, exports on the rise and an...
  • Rural votes, old traumas drive India's WTO brinkmanship

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - With grain silos spilling over, exports on the rise and an avowed market champion for prime minister, India's threat to trash a global trade deal in the name of food security appears puzzling. But government officials say Prime...
  • Dining scene: From tuna tartare to bagarey baigan

    Dining scene: From tuna tartare to bagarey baigan
    Sapphire Indian Cuisine 500 Via De Palma, Suite #79, Boca Raton, 561-362-2299, SapphireBoca.com Owner Raju Brahmbhatt, a veteran restaurateur from New York City and New Jersey who grew up in western India, wants to dispel notions that his native...
  • India's Ipca halts shipments to U.S. from local plant after FDA concerns

    MUMBAI (Reuters) - India's Ipca Laboratories Ltd said on Thursday it has voluntarily suspended shipments to the United States from one of its drug ingredient manufacturing plants after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) expressed concerns...
  • India faces crisis over dwindling numbers of girls, U.N. says

    NEW DELHI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The dwindling numbers of Indian girls, caused by the illegal abortion of millions of babies, has reached "emergency proportions", fuelling an increase in crimes such as kidnapping and trafficking, the United...
  • India battles to contain 'brain fever' as deaths reach almost 570

    NEW DELHI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Almost 570 people in India have died after contracting encephalitis, commonly known as "brain fever", health authorities said on Friday, warning the death toll may rise with more people still at risk. Outbreaks of...
  • Modi's BJP puts political twist on local Indian sex abuse case

    BANGALORE India (Reuters) - A local sexual abuse case took on national political overtones on Monday as students from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party accused a state government run by the country's main opposition of inaction. Hundreds of students...
  • India keeps world guessing in countdown to landmark trade deadline

    SYDNEY/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India will firm up its position regarding a landmark global trade pact shortly before a Thursday deadline, a senior official said on Monday, setting up a nail-biting showdown over a deal it says should safeguard a $12...
  • Late monsoon starts Indian farmer's "journey to hell"

    SHAMLI India (Reuters) - Indian farmer Asghar Bhura scrapes a living by growing sugarcane, but this year's late monsoon has left his tiny plot parched and he will earn nothing from his harvest. Bhura will have to go and work for a big grower to feed...
  • Restaurant run by Indian convicts wins praise for politeness, hygiene

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - As India's capital baked in a heat wave, banker Gaurav Gupta sat down for lunch at a new air-conditioned restaurant, to be greeted by a smiling waiter who took his order for a traditional "thali" meal of flat bread, lentils,...