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Raghuram Rajan, the acclaimed governor of the Reserve Bank of India, has said he will not seek re-appointment and step down after his term ends in September. What does this decision mean for the Indian economy?
The purpose of the visit to Hungary was to meet heads of units of SME financing in banks in order to identify the basis for the application of international practices in financing these projects in Central and Eastern Europe
Amazon chief executive Jeff Bezos has pledged an additional $3 billion (2.6 billion euros) in investments in India, banking on exponential growth in the online shopping sector in the Asia’s third largest economy.
During talks with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi, US President Barack Obama has praised India’s work on its nuclear reactors. Activists meanwhile called on Obama to address human trafficking in India.
The number of Hindus living in Bangladesh continues to shrink as many of them leave to seek refuge in neighboring India. Experts blame it on religious persecution and systematic oppression against the minority community.
A Congolese teacher was recently beaten to death in New Delhi. There have been several cases of violence against Africans over the years, but what’s embarrassing is the Indian government’s response, writes Shivam Vij.
Dabur is the fourth largest consumer goods company in India, producing herbal and cosmetic products
India’s top court has ruled that tobacco companies must display larger health warnings on cigarette packs, giving a boost to the government’s latest move to reduce smoking and curb tobacco-related illnesses. DW examines.
All the shows will be held between 19 and 25 April. India was chosen to be the honorary guest at the festival
India hosts the world’s biggest “color clash” every spring, as people across the country chase and cover each other with different colored powders. The Holi festival has now become a global phenomenon.
The barbaric rape and setting fire to a 15-year-old girl in India is just the latest in a continuous series of rapes across the country. Repeated cases of gang rape in India are not isolated incidents, but rather a reflection of widespread gender discrimination in the country. It is difficult to equate India’s rapid economic and technological development with such …
A strong earthquake has shaken Afghanistan and Pakistan, as well as northern India. Dozens have been injured across the region, although no fatalities have been reported as of yet.
Those pictures are not just street photography, they are a new form of documenting history, says artist
President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi met with UAE leaders
Pundits often point to US as model for Europe – but they should be looking east instead
India is the second largest destination for Egyptian exports, with bilateral trade volume reaching $5bn, says Indian Ambassador to Egypt
The Indian Embassy held a celebration of Indian Technical & Economic Cooperation in Cairo
Engineering students in India have developed an algorithm that can help detect multiple sclerosis, a chronic disease that affects the nervous system at an early stage
Secretary General of the Arab League tells India not to forget about Palestine
Indian representative invited President Al-Sisi to the ‘India-Africa Forum Summit’ in October
Egypt was confirmed to join the China-backed bank in April and became one of the 57 founding members