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A major Chinese media outlet uploaded a video containing derogatory depictions of Indians amid escalating tensions.
The world's two biggest emerging economies are at direct odds on their shared border.
Indian and Chinese soldiers were involved in an altercation in the western Himalayas on Tuesday, Indian sources said.
Prime property in central London has lost its attractiveness among global investors due to the uncertainty over the country’s future relationship with the European Union.
Only a strong economy will keep Washington as a global center of gravity, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
India's consumer inflation is expected to have picked up in July after easing for three straight months, with food prices back on the rise.
Microsoft is trying to solve problems in India, including a low-cost method for patients to remember taking their anti-tuberculosis drugs.
Roland Folger, CEO of Mercedes-Benz India, discusses how a proposed hike in the "cess" tax to 25 percent impacts the automaker's long-term investments in the country.
Hyperloop, the transportation system envisioned by billionaire Elon Musk, could come to an Asian country in the next few years, says a CEO.
A tech fund backed by Japan's SoftBank Group has picked up one of the biggest stakes in India's leading homegrown online retailer Flipkart.
Indian movie production house Eros is in early talks with Apple, Amazon and Netflix to sell its film and music library, a source said.
A notable group of CEOs and executives started a new organization devoted to strengthening relations between the two largest democracies in the world.
Here's a question for pyromaniacs: Do they really believe it would be good for America if the Fed followed their advice? Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Gold was near two-week lows on Monday, with the dollar strengthening after stronger-than-expected jobs data in the U.S.
A nationwide survey found many business owners struggling to cope, with 80 percent calling for cuts to taxes and charges, the SCMP reports.
China's Foreign Ministry said India has been building up troops and repairing roads along its side of the border amid a tense stand-off.