India Oil Demand Rises From 4-Year Low as Cash Ban Impact Fades
Non-banking financing companies were at risk of seizing up after landmark defaults last year by IL&FS Group.
Mumbai home prices fall 6.8 percent last year after a 5 percent decline in 2017.
DLF expects many of its smaller peers to go belly-up as creditors cut financing after a shock default.
India’s burgeoning logistics sector is gaining favor with property developers and investors.
BJP MLA and Lodha Group founder is the nation’s richest real estate developer after the company’s sales increased 22 percent.
IL&FS seizure could limit developers’ funding channels.
India Is Cutting Imports of Iranian Oil to Zero in November
India’s plans to build more than 84,000 kms of roads by 2022 under threat.
India’s property market won’t recover meaningfully unless developers find solutions for the stranded projects.
India’s harbors have become clogged up with coal, reflecting the infrastructure’s ability to cope with an expanding economy.
Consumers brace for price rise as truckers strike prolongs for eight days.
Outstanding loans from banks to realty developers have been little changed at 1.8 trillion rupees for two years.
RIL plans to roll-out Internet connectivity to homes, merchants and businesses of all sizes.
This onetime hilltop paradise is becoming for some a hell on earth.
Rising interest rates threaten to get in the way Blackstone’s India IPO plans.
Oil's Fastest Growing Buyer Guzzles Iran Crude Before Sanctions
How will India progress when it sees 39 crimes against its women every hour?
India’s Women Are Being Driven Out of the Workforce
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Gas prices are set at few of the global trading hubs, but there’s a problem for the world’s four biggest consumers.