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India’s central bank is ramping up its supervision of the country’s commercial lenders and shadow banks
One of the richest Indian families has its eye on Jet Airways
Indians will have to deal with higher oil prices as polling ends and global supply remains curtailed
Sensex clocks highest one-day gain in 10 years as Indian markets celebrate results of exit polls
Infrastructure lending in India just hit a six-year high, and it might be because of telecom sector
SEBI and RBI to tighten credit agencies’ biz models, to avoid another IL&FS
After months of discussions, Pakistan finally gets a $6 billion bailout from the IMF
Jet’s partner Etihad submits a conditional bid for the cash-strapped airline — and wants to remain a minority owner
In a rebuke to China, India and three other countries conduct naval drills in South China Sea
LIC executives are being investigated by India’s corporate fraud agency for their role in the IL&FS crisis
India’s financial crime agency is investigating Etihad’s 2014 investment in Jet’s loyalty programme
The US thinks that the RBI’s public credit bureau will squeeze out India’s private players
The creditors of Anil Ambani’s cash-strapped Reliance Communications are finally making it undergo bankruptcy proceedings
India’s public policy think tank is reportedly planning an index to rank the annual performance of judges
A sharp hike in fuel prices is likely as elections come to a close
Pakistan has made an IMF economist the head of its central bank as it negotiates a bailout with the fund
The concept of ‘citizenship’ is dividing voters in this large east Indian state
Bowing to pressure, PepsiCo withdraws its lawsuit against four Indian potato farmers
India’s market regulator finally slapped a fine on the National Stock Exchange for giving preferential access to certain brokers
One of India’s most valuable companies has been hit with a second lawsuit for improper use’ of a software provider’s source code
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