‘The Norwegian sovereign wealth fund could be a natural investor in India’s infrastructure’

Sony Kapoor, MD of think tank Re-Define, makes a case for closer India-EU relations »

Scotland votes to stay but will receive more power

PM David Cameron promises Scottish Parliament more powers over tax, welfare »

Scotland’s tryst with destiny

The Scottish independence referendum features a curious mix of emotion and economics »

Scotland may just decide to break free

The referendum on independence could go the ‘Yes’ way, with the poorer Scots backing it the most »

‘Indian retail is still too ambiguous for most international players’

There’s lack of clarity on whether the Govt is embracing organised retail as a sector, says former HyperCITY CEO Mark Ashman »

The rising death toll of ‘illegal’ migrants

Europe should reform its stringent immigration policies that force desperate millions to seek tragic measures to migrate »

Great Games do not a country make

The Glasgow Games have left Scotland on a high, but economics is likely to decide the independence vote »

Standard Chartered faces renewed scrutiny by US anti-money laundering regulator

Scrutiny on bank’s anti-money laundering controls could lead to more fines »

Vodafone’s India revenue rises 10% in June quarter

The company gained 3.3 million customers in India in the quarter to June, while data usage through mobiles rose sharply – up 102 per cent. »

UK to push for easing retail FDI norms

Deputy PM to lead high-level team to India next month »
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