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India’s Demonetisation: 99% banned notes returned to Central Bank

India’s Demonetisation: 99% banned notes returned to Central Bank

Government initially pegged 4-5 trillion rupees not to return.

India withdrawing troops from disputed frontier, ending military standoff with China

India withdrawing troops from disputed frontier, ending military standoff with China

The Indian government statement came ahead of the 9th BRICS Summit being hosted by China next week.

India’s top court champions right to privacy

India’s top court champions right to privacy

The top court of India has ruled that individual privacy is a fundamental right.

India celebrates 70th Independence Day

India celebrates 70th Independence Day

In August 1947, British India won independence after a long protracted struggle and split into two new states - India and Pakistan.

Oxygen runs out at Indian hospital, over 60 children dead

Oxygen runs out at Indian hospital, over 60 children dead

The state government has ordered a probe into the incident.

BRIC tourists to South Africa recover in 2016, below 2013 levels

BRIC tourists to South Africa recover in 2016, below 2013 levels

The number of BRIC tourists to South Africa rose by 29.9% in 2016 to 259,444.

Want “fair” trading ties with India: Trump tells Modi

Want “fair” trading ties with India: Trump tells Modi

India has been concerned by President Trump's reform of the H1B visa system that has traditionally benefited Indian tech firms.

India leads global growth in OECD report

India leads global growth in OECD report

BRICS' Russia and Brazil will in 2017 emerge from weak growth and head strong into 2018, the report says.

India’s GDP growth slumps

India’s GDP growth slumps

Experts believe the central bank will keep interest rates at 6.25 per cent despite the latest economic data.

Indian Premier Modi to attend economic forum in Russia

Indian Premier Modi to attend economic forum in Russia

Delhi and Moscow have close economic and political ties.