The top business-related India stories from Reuters this week

Sat Nov 24, 2012 4:51pm IST

People stand in front of the Indian parliament building on the opening day of the winter session in New Delhi November 22, 2012. REUTERS/B Mathur

People stand in front of the Indian parliament building on the opening day of the winter session in New Delhi November 22, 2012.

Credit: Reuters/B Mathur

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

Reform drive could hit rocks in parliament session. Read here

Hindustan Copper share sale raises 8.1 billion rupees. Read here

Wal-Mart India unit suspends CFO, others pending probe. Read here

Ranbaxy recalls generic Lipitor in United States. Read here

Govt restricts what IKEA can sell in India - reports. Read here

India approves policy to cap prices of 348 drugs. Read here

Fiscal deficit could reach 5.5-5.6 pct in FY13: source. Read here

Subbarao overruled advisors to keep rates steady. Read here

India's uphill battle against "black money" in real estate. Read here

The secret at the world's most expensive bank. Click here

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