The top Reuters India stories of the week

Sun Nov 18, 2012 9:27am IST

1 of 4. Bal Thackeray waves towards the media as he arrives to cast his vote at a polling centre during the Maharashtra state elections in Mumbai October 13, 2009.

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Our weekly round-up of the best of Reuters' India coverage:

-- Shiv Sena founder and president Bal Thackeray dies at 86. Read <reut.rs/QkrNtv>

-- India investigates Wal-Mart over stake in local unit. Read <reut.rs/Qhxvwd>

-- Exclusive: Officials concede deficit target looks doubtful. Read <reut.rs/QjLLVd>

-- October inflation surprises; slowest in 8 months. Read <reut.rs/XHeQfe>

-- 2G auction well short of govt goal. Read <reut.rs/QdiOKA>

-- Subbarao: a hawk flying solo against inflation. Read <reut.rs/UmdIH5>

-- India IT outsourcing growth seen at lower end of forecast. Read <reut.rs/Xx5Qco>

-- India's Oct exports fall 1.6 pct, imports jump 7.37 pct. Read <reut.rs/Q7mg9I>

-- India's ambitious plan to cut red tape gets tangled in ... red tape. Read <reut.rs/UiqQgu>

-- BREAKINGVIEWS - Diageo's India splash won't get Kingfisher flying. Read <reut.rs/UAlSBY>

-- Suu Kyi asks India to stand by democracy in Myanmar Read <reut.rs/TPrsfg>

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Vodafone Tax Dispute

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Banking Sector

Banking Sector

India's laggard state lenders face tough sell on capital raising plan  Full Article 

Trade Deal

Trade Deal

WTO postpones trade deal by a day after last-minute objection.  Full Article 

Falling Oil Prices

Falling Oil Prices

Saudis signal no push for oil cut as market to "stabilise itself"  Full Article 

Raising Stake

Raising Stake

Nippon Life to raise stake in Reliance Capital fund unit  Full Article 

Sterilisation Camps

Sterilisation Camps

Sterilisation targets remain in all but name, critics say  Full Article 

Share Buyback

Share Buyback

Samsung Electronics to buy back $2 billion in shares  Full Article 

Microsoft in China

Microsoft in China

Microsoft to pay China $140 million for 'tax evasion'   Full Article 

Flashback: 26/11

Flashback: 26/11

The three-day attack in November 2008 left 166 dead.  Slideshow 

Reuters India Mobile

Reuters India Mobile

Get the latest news on the go. Visit Reuters India on your mobile device  Full Coverage