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India's wholesale inflation eased 0.39 percent in January, a second fall in three months, aided by a drop in fuel prices, data showed Monday.
 
Indian factory output eased in January to a three-month low as new business slowed down, a key survey showed Monday, suggesting more steps are needed from the government to boost growth.
 
Modi promises 'unlimited' reforms in India
Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised "truly unlimited" reforms Sunday in his bid to transform India's economy into a global powerhouse as he showcased his long-time fiefdom to global political and business leaders.
 
India's cabinet on Monday approved an executive order to make it easier to acquire land for the power generation, housing and defense industries, a move aimed at kick-starting stalled infrastructure projects.
 
Rise in corporate fraud over the next two years could outpace corporate India's efforts to mitigate it, according to the findings of the Deloitte India Fraud Survey Report.
 
India keeps its interest rates on hold despite requests to ease policy
India's central bank kept interest rates unchanged on Tuesday despite growing calls to ease monetary policy, saying a reduction would be "premature."
 
India and the United States said Thursday they have resolved a row over food subsidies that has been blocking a landmark global trade agreement for months.
 
India said Saturday it was freeing diesel prices from government control, marking another step to ease the state's grip on the economy and propel reforms by the new pro-business government.
 
India promises investors more red carpet, less red tape
Prime Minister Narendra Modi pledged Thursday to slash red tape and harness the benefits of a huge young population as he launched a campaign to attract global business to manufacture in India.
 
India's jet-set tycoons suffer huge fall from grace
They were famed for their jet-set lifestyles and the names of their companies were emblazoned on airplanes, Formula One cars and the shirtfronts of cricket teams.
 
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