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Dented Theresa May Channels Loser Hillary Clinton
May's unbending approach for a hard Brexit may have to be softened.
John Elliott: Does India’s Modi Deserve to be Reelected?
The new law on the slaughter of cows and buffalos is not so much an animal welfare as a religious issue.
John Elliott: Mehta’s Rickshaw Woman Fetches $3.56 million
It had been in an Indian collection and was being auctioned for the first time.
John Elliott: May and Modi Benefit From Ineffectual Opponents
Weak Corbyn and the ineffectual Gandhis guarantee the success of "strong" leaders.
John Elliott: When India and China Compete, India Always Loses
They spare over neighboring allies, and are at odds over their shared border and the Dalai Lama.
John Elliott: British Ministers Run Into a Brick Wall in India
The U.K. no longer rates as one of India's leading foreign relationships, and they made little impression.
John Elliott: Hindu Hard-Liners in India Threaten Meat Eaters
There have been attacks on butchers selling lamb and kebab restaurants, and a Kentucky Fried Chicken shop was forced to close.
Modi Picks Hard-line Hindu Priest to Govern Uttar Pradesh
Charges against him include attempt to murder and incitement to violence.
India’s Modi Sweeps Four States in a Landslide
BJP set to take power from Rahul Gandhi's Congress party in Goa and Manipur.
Anxious Modi Saturates Varanasi Ahead of Election
The India PM has imported a large number of ministers from Delhi to impress voters.
Ethics Trouble at the Top of India’s Blue-Chip Companies
At Tata and Infosys, former chairmen are appalled by their successors.
John Elliott: India’s Modi Faces the Voters’ Verdict
The Indian prime minister's reforms are put to the test in five states.
Booklovers and Art Collectors Rush to India
Organisers worried that India's banknote ban would limit cash and restrict sales.
Indian Budget Aims to Make Amends for Modi’s Banknote Ban
The cancellation of Rs500 and Rs1,000 notes led to widespread hardship.
Who is the New Man at the Top of Tata?
Ratan Tata's stepbrother has for the second time been passed over for the top job.
Indian Art Prices Dip on Fear of Modi, Trump and Brexit
Modi has led India into unnecessary economic problems.
Battle for Control Triggers Turmoil at the Top of Tata
Mistry is accused of moving too fast to close Corus in the U.K.
Amma, Tamil Film Star Turned Politician, Dead at 68
When her home was raided, 400 pairs of diamond-studded gold bangles were found.
Cameron Says No Regrets as He Pockets Six Figure Fee
Ousted PM insists he was right to call Brexit referendum that ended his career.
Why Are India Judges Wasting Time on the National Anthem?
The Indian Supreme Court has ruled that cinemas must play the anthem before every screening.
A Train Crash and Black Cash Trip India’s ‘Post-Truth’ Moment
People have been seen carrying suitcases into a bank while everyone else is kept outside.
Modi’s Assault on Black Money Leaves Indians in Despair
Rarely can a country's leader have caused such chaos impacting an entire population.
Stubborn May Taught Hard Trade Lessons in India
Bottom line: She can't run a strict visa regime while expecting open doors for goods and services.
What Spurred The Coup At the Top of Tata?
Cyrus Mistry is out, but no one seems exactly sure why.
South Asian Art Sales Bounce Back in London
Francis Newton Souza's "The Deposition" sold for 80 times its 1998 price.