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After Hermes saris, Louis Vuitton bags and Porsche cars, it is now demand for Washington apples, New Zealand kiwis, and China pears that is adding a new sheen to India's booming consumption story.
India's central bank could limit gold imports by banks in "extreme circumstances," it said on Wednesday, as it put forward measures to help the world's biggest consumer of gold rein in purchases and battle a record-high current account deficit.
Saurabh Mukherjea, Head of Equities at Ambit Capital tells CNBC's Cash Flow which sectors will benefit from India's economic recovery.
Laura Papi, IMF's Mission Chief to India believes the country's central bank should continue its fight against inflation, which she deems critical for restoring confidence and attracting investment.
Nepal and India kicked off a historic joint tiger census on Tuesday, sending out experts to count the number of endangered Royal Bengal tigers living in their shared border region. The Global Post reports.
Arvind Subramanian, Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics says it is time for China and India to take the initiative to bring about a new international regime on climate change.
Activity in India's service sector expanded at the fastest pace in a year last month, driven by rising foreign orders, but businesses were a little less optimistic about the future, a survey showed on Tuesday.
James Hogan, CEO at Abu Dhabi's Etihad airways, tells CNBC that India is a huge market with considerable opportunity for long-haul travel and one Etihad is keen to enter into.
Many Muslims are rejecting the suggestion made by Jamaat-e-Islami Hind and argue that it runs counter to recent trends in the Indian Muslim community. The Christian Science Monitor reports.
The company must chart a tough course: quickly launch cheaper handsets to woo lower-end subscribers while restoring its tattered brand among the countries' status-conscious.
A sharp rise in the cost of onions – a vegetable of volatile price that is credited with toppling two Indian governments since 1980 – has sent jitters through the Congress-led coalition government of Manmohan Singh, the prime minister. FT reports.
Iran's crude exports to its biggest customer, Asia, fell by a quarter in 2012 and shipments this year are expected to drop by at least 12 percent under U.S. sanctions pressure, but ample alternative supplies will keep refiners flush with oil.
India's finance minister is putting welfare, defense and road projects on the chopping block in a last-ditch attempt to hit a tough fiscal deficit target by March, risking short-term economic growth and angering cabinet colleagues.
Richard Iley, Chief Economist, Asia, BNP Paribas says the debt situation in China is "pretty bad." He explains why.
Tony Stringer, MD & COO, Global Sovereigns and Supranationals, Fitch Ratings says concerns over India's structural issues and pace of reforms must be addressed before Fitch can raise its outlook on India.
Martin Lakos, Division Director at Macquarie Private Wealth talks about the focus on emerging markets particularly Mexico, India and Thailand.
Leif Eskesen, Chief Economist for India and ASEAN at HSBC tells CNBC's Cash Flow why he thinks the RBI will cut rates by 25 bps to 7.75 percent.
Pablo Goldberg, Global Head of Emerging Markets Research, HSBC expects the Reserve Bank of India to cut its repo rate by 25 bps. He says there is not enough room for aggressive easing.
India's central bank is widely expected to make a modest cut in interest rates later on Tuesday to support an economy set for its slowest growth in a decade, with a deeper cut unlikely due worries over the fiscal and external deficits and inflation.
Beef is a delicacy in Bangladesh, but Hindu-majority India refuses to sell their sacred cows. The demand is so high, however, that a dangerous $920 million cow smuggling trade has popped up. CSM reports.