The Indian government has passed a series of reforms to lift manufacturing and boost investments. So are they working? What do entrepreneurs make of them? Our correspondent Sonia Phalnikar visited a factory near Delhi to find out.
The attacks on Saudi Arabia’s oil production facilities could mean a large chunk of its oil exports are sidelined for weeks. But the price spike that has followed may not last, as global demand has changed.
India-administered Kashmir has remained cut off from the outside world ever since New Delhi decided to end the region's autonomy and imposed a near-total communications blackout. DW managed to speak to some Kashmiris.
New Delhi construction is fueling the devastation of India's ancient Aravali Hills, impacting water, desertification and air pollution.
The US and India are trying to deepen their ties in the face of multiple security challenges in the "Indo-Pacific" region. But New Delhi faces the tough task of balancing India's security and economic interests.
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