Gauri Bhatia is a former editor for CNBC who was in charge of developing, editing and writing feature and news articles for the website. Earlier she worked as editor on the Asian editing desk at Platts, as an assistant editor with the Edge newspaper and as a copy editor with Dow Jones in Singapore.
The Chinese are investing big money in India through small-ticket, low-profile deals that are difficult to block.
The once-celebrated Indian start-up industry may be a deflating bubble.
No sport can compete with cricket in India. Despite controversies and scandals, the game continues to attract fans — and big money.
India's wealthy are less shy of talking money, taking risks and confronting sensitive legacy issues. Family offices step in.
PV Sindhu, India's Olympic silver medalist in badminton, has become the country's second-highest paid sports celebrity for endorsements.
Without backing from the family business or an inheritance, Indian women armed only with a big idea have won the funds to set up companies.
The free trade talks between India and the EU, which started in 2007, were close to ending in a deal that would be the "biggest" free trade agreement that the EU would have entered into, India's Commerce Minister Anand Sharma told CNBC in Singapore.
After a challenging year marked by slowing growth, speeding inflation, a major power blackout and the threat of a credit ratings downgrade to "junk," India can look forward to an "easier 2013," say economists at Deutsche Bank.