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Bharat Petroleum Corp.'s refinery in the Mahul area of Mumbai, India | Bloomberg

Oil conspires with politics to drive Rupee toward record low

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the rupee face a similar predicament - old foes have re-emerged to keep them in check.
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China, India lead global solar expansion as costs fall

The two countries are also home to the world's largest operating utility-scale solar projects.
Narendra modi in the parliament for the budget session 2018

India’s budget threat back in focus after Modi loses Karnataka

The bonds have taken a knock this year, which were further fueled by wider budget targets, faster inflation and a global selloff of emerging market assets.
Tata Steel Ltd. bought insolvent Bhushan Steel Ltd.

First big bankruptcy success hands $5.2 billion for Indian banks

Tata Steel Ltd takes over insolvent Bhushan Steel Limited at a price of 352 billion rupees. This amount is equivalent to 63 percent of the 560 billion rupees claimed by Bhushan Steel's creditors.
Employees work at Anker's headquarters in Shenzhen Photographer

Amazon helps ex-Googler turn mom’s money into a billion Dollars

Steven Yang moved to Shenzhen with less than $1 million in seed capital. Now, Anker Innovations Technology has reached a deal to put products in almost 4,000 Walmart Inc. and 900 Best Buy Co. stores in the US.
RBI

Is India next to raise interest rates after Indonesia moves to curb market rout?

With Bank Indonesia raising interest rates, more economists are betting the Reserve Bank of India will do the same.
Developing countries have borrowed steadily over the past decade | IMF | Twitter

Worse than 2008? Here’s what the emerging market numbers show

According to the Bank for International Settlements, the U.S. dollar credit to non-bank borrowers in developing countries reached $3.7 trillion at the end of last year. 
A workers loads a steel sheet onto a truck in the Naraina steel and iron market area of New Delhi, India

India’s top steelmakers plan record output on strong demand

JSW and Tata Steel have planned to expand their own facilities, while aiming to snap up some of the distressed assets for sale under India’s new bankruptcy laws.
Abdul Gafur Khatri with his Rogan art piece "Tree of Life" at the Amazon seller workshop in Bhuj, India

Amazon India goes where no retailer has gone before for endangered art

After Walmart's $16 billion investment in Flipkart, the largest internet retailer's move of recruiting these unlikely suppliers is a sign of the fierce battle raging globally. 
global oil market

Trouble looms for India as shipping revolution to push oil prices to $90 a barrel

Changes that force vessels to consume lower sulphur fuels in 2020 will lead to a boom in middle distillate products, triggering crude demands.

OnCamera

A still from Total Dhamaal | Facebook

Total Dhamaal review: An exercise in mediocrity that would make mediocre look better

The third instalment in the Dhamaal series has all the animals and actors in the zoo but not one funny bone.
indus

Can India hurt Pakistan with new Indus dams or Modi govt hyping old project after Pulwama?

In wake of the Pulwama terror attack, union minister for water resources Nitin Gadkari tweeted Thursday that India will “stop its share of water which used to flow to Pakistan”.

Defence

FATF

FATF condemns Pulwama terror attack but doesn’t officially black list Pakistan

Pakistan has failed to demonstrate a proper understanding on funding of terrorist groups such as Jaish-e-Mohammed and Lashkar-e-Taiba, said the global terror finance watchdog.
National Interest

Suicidal Pakistan should know Modi may not be scared of its nuclear button

Pakistan has taken too much of a chance with Pulwama — with the wrong government in India, and at the wrong time.