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India's economy is emerging from the "twin shocks" caused by demonetization and the introduction of the goods and services tax, says Sonal Varma of Nomura.
The Indian rupee has been depreciating since the start of 2018 and hit its lowest in 15 months against the U.S. dollar on Monday.
Carlyle Group is set to close its biggest-ever Asia private equity fund at $6.5 billion, people with direct knowledge of the matter said.
People have to realize that globalization in the last three decades has "positively benefited all countries," says Rajnish Kumar of the State Bank of India.
Rajnish Kumar, chairman of SBI, told CNBC loan loss provision had a large impact on the bank's profitability.
Xiaomi posted 114.62 billion yuan in revenue for 2017, up 67.5 percent from the year before.
Amazon has offered to purchase a 60 percent stake in Flipkart, CNBC TV-18 reported.
Longtime basic income advocates say we're closer than ever to adopting the program, as fears of automation mount.
The 17th-century Red Fort in Delhi is already part of the government-led scheme for historical sites.
A "normal" relationship between India and China will only be possible if the two countries can agree on a solution to their long-running border dispute, says Manoj Joshi of the Observer Research Foundation.
The Sino-Indian summit could be a new departure for neighbors who realize there is no alternative to a constructive political, economic and security engagement, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
The Virgin Group CEO wants to see hyperloop become a reality, and he wants it fast, he told CNBC from Dubai on Sunday.
Modi has spent the past 24 hours in the central Chinese city of Wuhan for informal meetings with President Xi Jinping.
The decision by the Reserve Bank of India, announced late on Friday, came close on the heels of weak investor interest in two recent auctions that led to a spike in sovereign debt yields.
Honor is a Huawei brand that wants to achieve a 50-50 split in its China business and overseas expansions, its president said.
India, Indonesia and the Philippines would be hit hard if investor pulled their capital for better returns in the U.S., said Sat Duhra, a portfolio manager at Janus Henderson.
George Zhao of Huawei mobile phone unit Honor says his company is attempting to duplicate its success in China in select international markets over the next three years.
There is a lot of noise in the markets right now that could lead to corrections which represent buying opportunities, says Ken Wong of Eastspring Investments.
U.S. tech companies might be relying more on H-1B workers, according to a new study. This as the study finds Indian outsourcing firms may be losing their stronghold on H-1B skilled worker visas.
More people in India are using digital payments thanks to the government's United Payments Interface, says Caesar Sengupta of Google.