Xi Jinping warns no one can 'dictate' China's path, 40 years on from reforms
Without directly referring to the United States, Xi said China "poses no threat" to any country but warned that it would not be pushed around.
Bitcoin climbs above $3,400, headed for biggest daily rise in nearly 3 weeks
The original cryptocurrency jumped as much as 11 per cent on the...
Bank of Baroda to shut three African branches by June
The bank in a regulatory filing said that as per the government guidelines for rational...
China blue-chips end down, Shanghai up as investors await govt meeting
MSCI's Asia ex-Japan stock index was firmer by 0.3 per cent.
Hong Kong stocks fall as China posts weak consumer, factory data
Around the region, MSCI's Asia ex-Japan stock index was weaker by 1.35 per cent.
Tumultuous year raises India Inc dependence on foreign banks
Some Indian companies are stomaching the recent uptick in loan rates.
China’s year of adversity has cost its equity investors $2 trillion in 2018
Some of China’s most downtrodden stocks are those of companies that make hardware.
Turning tyranny into a client: How McKinsey is helping the rise of authoritarian regimes like China & Russia
McKinsey’s role in China is just one case of its extensive — and at times contentious — work the world over.
Air India suspends 2 pilots after Delhi-Hong Kong flight 'descended rapidly' on Oct 20
The incident happened when the Boeing 787-8 aircraft -- carrying 207 people, including 10 crew members -- was approaching the Hong Kong International Airport.
International vacations in trend for Indian tourists this holiday season
As a result, the growth in international traffic is outpacing growth in traffic to domestic destinations.
India beat Pakistan to reach final of Emerging Teams Asia Cup
The Delhi duo added 126 runs for the fourth wicket after India suffered a few early blows, while chasing 173.
Executive's arrest, security worries stymie Huawei's reach
Australia and New Zealand have barred Huawei Technologies Ltd. as a supplier for fifth-generation networks.
China’s rich rush to shelter $1 trillion from new taxes
Wealthy Chinese are rushing to shelter assets and income in overseas trusts before new tax rules go into effect next month, including provisions that target offshore holdings.
Jawaharlal Nehru’s red rose to international socialism: Tracing the symbolism of flower
Almost every official portrait or statue of Nehru across India shows Nehru wearing a rose it.