from Breakingviews:

Ambani towers pact sets up Indian telco comeback

December 7, 2015

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from Breakingviews:

Global taxi app alliance will test faith in Uber

December 4, 2015

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from Breakingviews:

Essar buyout exposes Indian stock market weirdness

December 2, 2015

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from India Insight:

Glimpses of Indian Buddhist art

December 1, 2015

First Sermon, Kushana period, circa 2nd century C.E (north-west part of undivided India) Indian Museum, Kolkata

First Sermon, Kushana period, circa 2nd century C.E., Loriyan Tangai (north-west part of undivided India)

from Breakingviews:

Indian sale makes Bain Capital rare buyout hero

November 27, 2015

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from Breakingviews:

Asian online giveaways echo past internet follies

November 23, 2015

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from Breakingviews:

Coal India offers cheap and dirty play on reform

November 19, 2015

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from Breakingviews:

Bankruptcy overhaul could tame India’s tycoons

November 18, 2015

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from Breakingviews:

Hadas: The BRICs are dead. Long live the BRICs!

November 11, 2015

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from Edward Hadas:

The BRICs are dead. Long live the BRICs!

November 11, 2015

Brazil, Russia, India, China – BRIC. The acronym was pushed as a hot investment idea in the heady 2000s. Back then, before the financial crisis, steady economic growth was expected to last forever in rich and poor countries alike, with poor countries growing much faster. Jim O’Neill, then of Goldman Sachs, simplified the theme for the investing masses. The four biggest developing economies were on the smooth road to riches, and investors could hop on for a profitable ride.