Articles By Ambrosia Sabrina
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Monday revised India's economic growth to 6.1 percent for 2012 from the previous April projection of 6.8 percent.
The Indian government on Sunday strongly reacted to US President Barack Obama's remarks over the deteriorating investment climate in India, noting that international lobbies kept him in the dark about the country's strong economic potential.
Less than a week after a molestation case in Assam provoked a national outcry comes another shocking incident where a young girl was allegedly molested by Army jawans in Shibsagar district.
Indian technology company Wishtel on Thursday rolled out a powerful iteration of its Ira Thing tablet for ₹6500 on Thursday.
Software service provider Infosys posted on Thursday a lower-than-expected 33 percent rise in net profits for its first quarter of 2012-13.
Facebook Inc. on Monday rolled out its application centre to India and six other countries, in a move that will help users gain access to a host of services offered by the new tool.
The World Bank, government of India, and the Bihar government on Monday signed an agreement for $100 million in additional funds for the ongoing development of rural development programme "Jeevika".
An Air India plane bound to New Delhi made an emergency landing at an airport in Pakistan following some technical difficulties on Monday morning.
The Foreign Secretaries of India and Pakistan began their second day of talks on Thursday, with the main focus directed at LeT terrorist Abu Jundal, who is currently placed in Indian police custody.
State-owned oil companies announced their decision to slash petrol prices by at least ₹2.46 per litre. The cut in petrol rates took effect on Thursday midnight.