The paucity of ideas in India's economic policymaking showed up last week when some controls on foreign exchange outflows were brought back 71 years after the British Raj first introduced them because of World War II. The... more ››
NEW DELHI, India — Five Indian soldiers and one Pakistani civilian lie dead, victims of skirmishes on the disputed Kashmir border.
But the real target of the violence may well be Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, as... more ››
“Just who do you think you are?” is a question that Sampat is used to hearing. At times, she acts like she is running a small detective agency; on other occasions, she behaves like a police officer patrolling Bundelkhand, a... more ››
Since its inauguration in 2008, the Indian Premier League, India’s biggest sporting and television spectacle, has often been on the front rather than the sports page of Indian newspapers. “Rich, fast and... more ››