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As the Fed reduces its balance sheet, one "bad story" from emerging markets could send exchange rates moving rapidly, says IMA Asia's Richard Martin.
New Delhi wants to buy unmanned aerial vehicles from the U.S. — a move likely intended to monitor Chinese activity in the Indian Ocean.
No sport can compete with cricket in India. Despite controversies and scandals, the game continues to attract fans - and big money.
No sport can compete with cricket in India. Despite controversies and scandals, the game continues to attract fans — and big money.
Indian economic growth may be mired at a three-year low, but a new World Economic Forum study shows it's becoming more competitive.
At the United Nations in New York, India denounced Pakistan as "the land of pure terror," Newsweek reports.
Arundhati Bhattacharya, chairman of the State Bank of India, discusses the fallout of the country's decision to scrap its 500 and 1,000 rupee banknotes.
Arundhati Bhattacharya, chairman of the State Bank of India, speaks about economic reform in her country.
Arundhati Bhattacharya, chairman of the State Bank of India, speaks about the launch of a new Indian bond index on the FTSE.
India's bad debt won't deprive investment projects of loans, and its GDP outlook remains bright despite a recent slowdown, says JPMorgan's Kalpana Morparia.
Nicolas Aguzin, CEO of J.P. Morgan Asia Pacific, addresses deleveraging in Chinese corporates and says he doesn't expect a lot of change out of the 19th party congress.
India wants to deport 40,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees amid concerns of terror threats, a move that could impact New Delhi's superpower aims.
It would be hard to imagine the implementation of Aung San Suu Kyi's remarks about allowing Rohingya back into Myanmar, says Evan Rees at Stratfor.
It's getting harder for U.S. business schools to attract international candidates.
India and Japan are picking up the pace as car sales in the U.S. and China stutter.
Japanese billionaire Taizo Son, founder and CEO of Mistletoe, says Southeast Asian start-ups can leapfrog their peers in developed markets.
The diamond industry is boosting marketing spending in the hope of winning over new consumers, Financial Times reports.
The internet giant wants to tap into the world's most populous nation.
If investors want to profit from Asia's credit market, they must be prepared to vary strategies, said Ilfryn Carstairs of Varde Partners.
Sachin Chaturvedi of Research and Information System for Developing Countries weighs in on what India's Asia-Africa Growth Corridor means for the region as Japanese PM Shinzo Abe visits.