India's economy could grow faster than China's in 2018 if reforms continue.
Investors are watching India but are not jumping in with both hands and feet yet, says Vik Mehrotra, CEO and CIO at Venus Capital.
China is using sovereign debt to gain political leverage over developing countries, according to Brahma Chellaney from the Center for Policy Research.
Five months since its implementation, July's complex goods and services tax continues to weigh on small Indian firms
India's PM Narendra Modi will keep policies on track despite a better showing in Gujarat by the Congress party, says Bidyut Chakrabarty of Delhi University.
Irfan Nooruddin a professor at Georgetown University says India's Gujarat state elections showed PM Narendra Modi has work to do.
But punishment for Modi's ruling BJP will only be short-lived, one asset manager told CNBC.
India is looking to buy an empty airport in southern Sri Lanka to counter Beijing's growing presence in the country.
India's fiscal deficit is expected to be larger than the official target of 3.2 percent to GDP this fiscal year.
More Indians support military rule — a potential indicator that nationalist politics are evolving in the world's largest democracy.
Increased tax compliance and access to credit in India could see the country reap massive rewards.
Arun Jaitley told CNBC the worst of the fallout from demonetization and goods and services tax reform is long over.
Unsuccessful reform efforts and a lack of action on key areas of the economy are hindering India's growth, says Andrew Freris, CEO of Ecognosis Advisory.
The White House has to help New Delhi on the issues that it cares about, experts say.
As Beijing invests millions in the region, New Delhi is looking to defend its sphere of influence.
Executives across India Inc had a message to the government: It's time for more game-changing reforms.
Demonetization has made supply chains in India better-connected, and GST reforms lead the push toward a cashless society, says Dipali Goenka, CEO of Welspun India.
Troubles in India's banking sector are holding back economic progress, said Srivatsan Rajan, chairman of Bain & Company India.
New Delhi wants to buy unmanned aerial vehicles from the U.S. — a move likely intended to monitor Chinese activity in the Indian Ocean.
Indian economic growth may be mired at a three-year low, but a new World Economic Forum study shows it's becoming more competitive.