India: Political Pulse & Road to Reforms

Divisive politics return as Modi eyes make-or-break state vote

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MUZAFFARNAGAR, India At a campaign rally in a north Indian city, a visibly drunk election worker from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's nationalist party climbs unsteadily onto the stage after being called to speak.

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Facebook India MD Kirthiga Reddy resigns

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Facebook Inc's India managing director, Kirthiga Reddy, said on Friday she is resigning.

Perera hat-trick in vain as India level T20 series

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Sri Lanka all-rounder Thisara Perera claimed a hat-trick but could not deny India a series-levelling 69-run victory in the second Twenty20 in Ranchi on Friday.

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Wall Street Weekahead - Late-day buying could be start of turnaround

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NEW YORK As U.S. stocks continue to struggle in 2016, equities are showing some signs selling pressure may be reaching an end.

India prods steelmakers to use local coal to cut $4 bln import bill

12 Feb 2016

NEW DELHI India is asking the country's big steelmakers to consider converting local medium-quality coal into premium coking coal to slash an annual import bill of more than $4 billion for buying that grade from countries such as Australia and South Africa.

A Reuters graphic showing GDP of various Indian states

Rahul Gandhi's New Innings

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Gujarat Model

Gujarat Model

Modi's Gujarat growth model might not work across India.  Full Article 

Poilitical Predictions

Poilitical Predictions

BREAKINGVIEWS - India braces for last year of political stability.  Full Article 

What's on Modi's Mind

What's on Modi's Mind

Modi draws business praise, avoids talk of higher office.  Full Article 

Delhi Too Far

Delhi Too Far

BREAKINGVIEWS - Modi's Gujarat win doesn't mean he will rule India.  Full Article 

Concerns over Aadhar

Concerns over Aadhar

India risks backlash hurrying through Aadhaar project.  Full Article 

Banking in Rural India

Banking in Rural India

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