India

Trouble in the Air

This winter, the air quality in Delhi plummeted so low – with record levels of the tiniest and the deadliest particles that can enter the lungs and other organs – that even the National Capital Territory’s chie... Read More...

Economic Outlook 2017: India

India will be hoping for stability in 2017 after it was put through the wringer last year, with a number of natural disasters, including widespread floods and earthquakes. In addition, the country suffered a bl... Read More...

Tata Insider Takes Over Indian Conglomerate

India’s Tata group today began rebuilding its seriously damaged image as India’s most respected and stable conglomerate when it announced the appointment of Natarajan Chandrasekaran, 53, who heads the highly su... Read More...

US Tilts to India

The growing convergence on military and defense matters between Washington, DC and New Delhi has been one of the highlights of bilateral ties under President Barack Obama and nationalist PM Narendra Modi.  E... Read More...

Asia in 2016: India

Landmark economic reforms introduced in India last year contrasted sharply with rising extremism, suggesting that the rapidly growing country is still battling old demons of religious divisiveness, rigidity and... Read More...

Bitter Battle Starts Over India’s Tata Group

The Tata group, India’s largest conglomerate, faces an unpredictable new year with a battle developing for control of what has always been regarded as India’s most stable and respected business group. The end g... Read More...

Modinomics Bites Christies Sale

Christie’s high-profile annual art auctions in Mumbai just managed pm Dec. 19 to overcome growing concern about the direction of the Indian economy. They yielded a respectable but unexciting sales total of US$1... Read More...

India Gets its Guns – 30 years late

The 30-year gap between India’s last purchase of artillery and its buy last week of 145 M777 ultralight howitzers from the United States has its roots in the trauma of the infamous Bofors scandal of 1986, which... Read More...