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India’s information and broadcasting ministry is discarding an important clause on paid news from its new press regulations bill

India’s largest fuel retailer is undertaking its biggest share buyback since 2001 in order to help the central government meet its disinvestment target

Sri Lanka's political crisis takes a decisive turn as the ousted Prime Minister wins a key majority vote in Parliament

India’s retail inflation rate just hit its lowest point since June 2017, raising the prospects of a rate cut and more handouts to farmers

The Indian government just appointed the man who oversaw one of its most controversial economic policies as the new head of the central bank

Here are some reasons why India’s ruling party lost to its main rival in three very important state elections

The extradition of Vijay Mallya: The Indian government has secured a key victory but a lot more work remains

The resignation of the governor of India’s central bank sends a clear indication about the erosion of institutional autonomy under the Modi administration

As national elections near, Bangladesh's government is reportedly locking up workers from the opposition party

India’s currency and stock markets are in for a rocky week as an upset for the country’s ruling party looms in some state elections

India just approved a new policy with the aim of doubling agricultural exports by 2022

The Indian government is selling a majority stake in Rural Electrification Corp in a deal that will create a power financing giant

India might revive tea exports to Iraq as sanctions on trade with Iran loom

India’s central bank chooses to keep interest rates on hold, unveils a new pricing policy for retail and small business loans

India’s markets regulator could soon allow the direct listing of Indian companies on foreign stock exchanges

The Indian government has instituted a panel to make the country’s 57-year old income tax law ‘more comprehensible’

India’s top environmental tribunal has ordered the Delhi government to pay ₹250 million to the national pollution control agency so it can tackle the city’s air problem

Hindustan Unilever and GlaxoSmithKline’s domestic consumer unit are merging in what is said to be India’s largest consumer goods deal ever

India’s Prime Minister Modi achieves symbolic victory by securing the G20 summit hosting gig in the country’s 75th year of independence

WhatsApp is trying to make payment services available to all its users in India

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