Roughly half of all Indian public-school students drop out before eighth grade, and most of the dropouts are from lower-caste, Muslim or tribal communities, according to a new report from Human Rights Watch.
Former army chief Vijay Kumar Singh allegedly used the Technical Support Division (TSD), a clandestine collective of handpicked military intelligence personnel, to settle scores on both sides of the contentious Line of Control (LOC) between Pakistan and India.
Channel News Asia Role of foreign policy in India's general elections Channel News Asia NEW DELHI: As campaigning picks up pace in India ahead of the general elections, political parties have focused exclusively on domestic issues, with foreign...
Hindustan Times What Sri Lanka Reveals About Indian Democracy Support Carnegie Endowment for International Peace India's boycott of a summit in Sri Lanka suggests New Delhi is eyeing a more values-based approach to foreign policy, one that will be...
Economic Times India has the biggest long-term potential: Luca de Meo, Audi AG Economic Times German luxury carmaker Audi AG is betting on India's rapidly growing working population to drive its annual global sales to 2 million by 2020.
AFP Indian shares hit new peak on foreign buying AFP "Foreign institutional investors are buying, expecting the new government post-elections to be a stable and reform-focused one," an equity analyst told AFP requesting anonymity.
Economic Times World's largest charter plane company eyes VistaJet India entry Economic Times NEW DELHI: The huge spurt in demand for hiring business jets in India has now prompted the world's largest charter company to have a subsidiary here.
Around 75 professors and other academics of Indian origin working at some of Britain's prestigious institutions such as Cambridge and Oxford universities and London School of Economics today issued an open letter, sharply attacking Narendra Modi and saying, "The idea of Modi in power fills us with dread".
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Thursday reiterated that internal factors played a much larger role in pulling down India's economic growth in recent years than external ones."External factors have generally been much less important
Economic Times India poses barriers to American trade: USTR The Hindu Indian policies pose barriers to American trade and the US will keep pressing India to remove obstacles to smoothen business relation, says a USTR report.
India's Rupee Rebounds as Improving Economy Seen Luring Inflows Bloomberg Inflation in Asia's third-largest economy is easing and industrial production is picking up, reports showed this month, while India is less exposed than many other Asian...
TABLE-Details of Indian govt borrowings in 2013/14 Reuters Mar 21 (Reuters) - The Indian government plans to raise 5.95 trillion rupees through market borrowings in the fiscal year 2013/14 which starts April 1, the central bank said.
The Express Tribune India trade: Parliament to hold debate only after cabinet's nod The Express Tribune The federal government has decided to hold a debate on Pak-India trade liberalisation in parliament only after the cabinet gives approval and...
Indian companies are improving their high financial leverage and boosting their credit profiles by sale of equity and assets or using their free operating cash flows to reduce debt because the weak economy and high interest rates in the country.
India one of the best performing markets globally this month Business Standard (blog) “The Indian market is taking a bit of a breather here after a strong rally and also discounting the weak data emerging out of China.
India.com A fourth of Indian business graduates land jobs in United States India.com Washington, March 19: About one in four business school graduates in India find jobs in America, second only to China, which sends 38 percent of its alumni to the...
Disruption in the Indian handset market is inevitable Financial Express ZTE recently launched a series of mid-range smartphones and the brand targets to capture 20% share in the Indian smartphone market in the next few years.
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