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  • US President Barack Obama speaks during a press conference during the G-20 Summit in Hangzhou.

    Rodrigo Duterte used a Filipino phrase to describe what he'd say to Obama if the U.S President raised human rights issues in their talk.

  • What lies ahead for the RBI's new governor

    Tackling inflation and financial sector reforms are priorities for incoming RBI Governor Urjit Patel, says Brookings Institution's Eswar Prasad.

  • The departure of Raghuram Rajan from India’s central bank raises stability fear, the Financial Times reports.

  • NEW DELHI, Sept 2- India is unlikely to give French naval contractor DCNS a proposed order for three new submarines, in addition to the six it is already building in the country, following the leak of secret data about its capabilities, Indian defense officials said. Details of the Scorpene submarine were published in the Australian newspaper last month,...

  • *For table of results see:. NEW YORK, Sept 2- Wall Street's biggest banks are sticking to bets that the U.S. Economists in Friday's poll assigned a median probability for a rate hike at the Sept. 20-21 meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee, the Fed's monetary policy-setting body, of just 35 percent.

  • NEW DELHI, Sept 2- India is unlikely to give French naval contractor DCNS a proposed order for three new submarines, in addition to the six it is already building in the country, following the leak of secret data about its capabilities, Indian defence officials said. DCNS had offered to build three more submarines to help India replace its ageing Soviet-era fleet,...

  • NEW DELHI, Sept 2- India is unlikely to give French naval contractor DCNS a proposed order for three new submarines, in addition to the six it is already building in the country, following the leak of secret data about its capabilities, Indian defence officials said. DCNS had offered to build three more submarines to help India replace its ageing Soviet-era fleet,...

  • The mustard variety has been developed by a group of New Delhi scientists over the past decade, and Environment Minister Anil Madhav Dave said India would also come up with other GM food as its population increases and arable land shrinks. "Naturally if Indian scientists do some research for India, that is an advantage. India's money is staying within India. "

  • *Some Western brands struggling in India, China. NEW DELHI/ DETROIT, Sept 2- Ford Motor Co has shelved plans to produce a new compact car family designed mainly for emerging markets like India and China, industry sources said, reflecting disappointing sales of mainstream models in the world's fastest growing car markets. India and China were expected to be the main...

  • *Some Western brands struggling in India, China. NEW DELHI/ DETROIT, Sept 2- Ford Motor Co has shelved plans to produce a new compact car family designed mainly for emerging markets like India and China, industry sources said, reflecting disappointing sales of mainstream models in the world's fastest growing car markets. India and China were expected to be the main...

  • Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi told CNBC that he was willing to sacrifice political popularity in order to reform India.

  • Modi said the government's strategy to not use "short cuts" had helped boost economic growth in Asia's third-largest economy.

  • A major workers' strike underscores challenges Indian PM Narendra Modi faces in passing crucial reforms to make India's economy more competitive

  • *Australia seen among countries who may benefit. SINGAPORE/ NEW DELHI, Sept 2- Wheat traders and industry representatives in India expect the country to step up international purchases significantly over the coming months, providing a potential boost to global prices languishing near 10- year lows. India has already bought about 600,000 tonnes of wheat in...

  • *Australia seen among countries who may benefit. SINGAPORE/ NEW DELHI, Sept 2- Wheat traders and industry representatives in India expect the country to step up international purchases significantly over the coming months, providing a potential boost to global prices languishing near 10- year lows. India has already bought about 600,000 tonnes of wheat in...

  • *Graphic: India's Jobs Market http://tmsnrt.rs/2bU1OcW. NEW DELHI, Sept 2- It's been two years since India emerged as the world's fastest-growing major economy, but the rapid expansion has done little to improve the lot of Ashok Kumar. He is the sole breadwinner for the 13 people in his extended family and his monthly salary is stuck at $150.

  • *Leading global food delivery sites face off in Australia. *Australia restaurants growing faster than retail spending. SYDNEY, Sept 2- After three decades running McDonald's Corp restaurants, Tony Plunkett thought he knew everything about flipping burgers for a profit, and last year went out on his own with a start-up franchise in the Australian city of...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 1- If there is one subject at the forefront of the 2016 U.S. election, it is immigration. As immigrants, my family brought nothing with us, even though we had been wealthy landowners in Iran. "I got a 75- cent- per-hour raise.

  • NEW YORK, Sept 1- If there is one subject at the forefront of the 2016 U.S. election, it is immigration. As immigrants, my family brought nothing with us, even though we had been wealthy landowners in Iran. "I got a 75- cent- per-hour raise.

  • NEW YORK, Sept 1- If there is one subject at the forefront of the 2016 U.S. election, it is immigration. As immigrants, my family brought nothing with us, even though we had been wealthy landowners in Iran. "I got a 75- cent- per-hour raise.