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.
Chabahar port in southern Iran provides war-torn Afghanistan a crucial connection to Indian goods and Iranian oil. However, experts say that sanctions relief for the port is motivated more by politics than economics.
The Indian rupee has turned out to be Asia's worst-performing currency this year as the nation's economy struggles with rising oil prices, a widening current account deficit and broader emerging market concerns.
Production of the Tata Nano, dubbed the "world's cheapest car," has been discontinued after selling only three cars in June. Launched as an affordable option for India's middle class, the car's "cheap" image backfired.
Police are hunting three men after an infant was murdered and her mother raped in India. Sex crimes have become a focus of public attention in India since a gang of men raped and killed a student in New Delhi in 2012.
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