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  • India names special envoy for China border talks

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India on Monday named its powerful national security adviser as a special envoy on China, opening the way for resumption of talks on the disputed border, where tensions have risen in recent months over border patrols and stiffer...
  • Bangladesh arrests nine in crackdown on militant groups

    By Ruma Paul DHAKA (Reuters) - Bangladesh has arrested four members of an outlawed militant group, including the chief of its women's wing, as well as five suspects in a southern city, police said on Sunday, as authorities stiffen a crackdown on...
  • Under Modi, Israel and India forge deeper business ties

    By Tova Cohen and Ari Rabinovitch TEL AVIV (Reuters) - At the UN General Assembly in New York last September, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu set aside time for a critical meeting. But it wasn't President Barack Obama he was keen to see. It was...
  • Smaller teams see progress in money talks

    By Alan Baldwin ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Formula One's smaller teams felt at least a penny had dropped on Saturday after meeting the sport's commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone and rights holders CVC to discuss demands for more money. Sauber, Force India...
  • Obama will visit India again as ties expand

    By David Brunnstrom WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama will attend India's Republic Day celebrations in January as chief guest, a sign of steadily expanding ties between two countries that share concerns about China's growing power in...
  • Company denies rat poison in pills linked to India sterilization deaths

    Company denies rat poison in pills linked to India sterilization deaths
    The company at the center of a probe into why more than a dozen women died after being sterilized in India has denied that the antibiotic tablets it manufactured were contaminated with a chemical compound commonly found in rat poison. Preliminary tests...
  • Fears grow in India about Hindu 'Modi-fication' of education

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indians were flying airplanes, carrying out stem cell research and may even have been using cosmic weapons 5,000 years ago, according to the chairman of India's leading historical organization.Professor Y. Sudershan Rao, the head...
  • Factbox: Modi picks up pace on economic reform, opposition remains

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi is increasing his focus on economic reforms including raising the cap on foreign investment in the insurance sector and changes to tax and labor rules that could accelerate recovery, but he...
  • Memento's Artscope Kicks In Sales on Fest Winner 'Court' (EXCLUSIVE)

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - A Memento Films Intl.'s Artscope label pick-up for world sales, Chaitanya Tamhane's "Court" has begun to clinch initial sales, rolling off a Venice Lion of the Future Award and a Venice Horizons Award for best film, plus...
  • Long 'to do' list for India's Modi as clock ticks on reform

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a long list of pro-growth measures to implement over the next four months, but time may have already run out to breathe enough life into the economy to meet the tough 2014/15 fiscal deficit...
  • Book Talk: Ten years on, India's Bhagat prepared to face critics

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's biggest-selling author in English is often dismissed as persona non grata by literary critics, but that doesn't faze Chetan Bhagat. Ten years on as a professional writer, the banker-turned-author says he is better prepared...