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Aditya Kalra

Foreign investors hope India dials back policy shocks after Modi win

3:28pm IST

NEW DELHI Foreign companies in India have welcomed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's election victory for the political stability it brings, but now they need to see him soften a protectionist stance adopted in the past year.

India antitrust probe finds Monsanto abused dominant position: sources

22 May 2019

NEW DELHI A probe by the investigations unit of India's antitrust body has found that Monsanto abused its dominant position as a supplier of genetically modified (GM) cotton seeds in the country, three sources with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters.

Exclusive: India watchdog probes allegations of anti-competitive conduct by Maruti - sources

21 May 2019

NEW DELHI India's antitrust regulator is looking into allegations that Maruti Suzuki, the country's biggest car maker, resorted to anti-competitive practices by controlling how its dealers discounted cars, three people aware of the matter said.

Modi’s jobs deficit: J&J’s largest India plant idle three years after completion

20 May 2019

PENJERLA/NEW DELHI, India It was supposed to be Johnson & Johnson's biggest manufacturing plant in India. It was to eventually employ at least 1,500 people and help bring development to a rural area near Hyderabad in southern India.

In India election, a $14 software tool helps overcome WhatsApp controls

15 May 2019

NEW DELHI/MUMBAI WhatsApp clones and software tools that cost as little as $14 are helping Indian digital marketers and political activists bypass anti-spam restrictions set up by the world's most popular messaging app, Reuters has found.

INSIGHT-In India election, a $14 software tool helps overcome WhatsApp controls

15 May 2019

* Software tools to misuse WhatsApp widely available in India

Exclusive: India orders anti-trust probe of Google for alleged Android abuse - sources

11 May 2019

NEW DELHI India's antitrust watchdog has ordered an investigation into Alphabet Inc's unit Google for allegedly abusing the dominant position of its popular Android mobile operating system to block rivals, two sources aware of the matter told Reuters.

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