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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