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It was close, but China's passport power is suddenly far ahead of India's

January 16th 2018 9:00PM
Up until 2016, an Indian passport offered easy entry to more countries and territories than a Chinese passport. But the coin has flipped. A global ranking of passport power shows China in 75th place, an all-time high, while India came in at 86, on par with Cambodia and the Central African Republic in ...

A dissonance between Modi's warmth and India's UN vote

January 16th 2018 6:00PM
Netanyahu attributed the vote partly to a need by Modi to take into consideration the sentiments of the country's large Muslim population, which today numbers more than 170 million people, making India the country with the world's second-largest Muslim population. In addition, Netanyahu said, India ...

India May Be Facing Its Own Subprime Problem

January 16th 2018 5:37PM
Delinquencies are rising in the affordable housing sector, a pet project for Prime Minister Narendra Modi that's touted as a main growth driver for Asia's third-largest economy. Most of these were loans below 200,000 rupees ($3,100) made to some of the poorest Indians, whose incomes are now under ...

With an eye on China, India is looking to buy more US-made advanced sub-hunting planes

January 16th 2018 5:15PM
India's Naval Chief Adm. Sunil Lanba told India Strategic magazine that aerial-surveillance capability was an important part of navy operations, and the country's Defense Ministry has said the P-8I is able to provide "a punitive response and maintaining a watch over India's immediate and extended areas ...

Researchers: More Green Power Could Lessen India's Water, Electricity Problems

January 16th 2018 3:56PM
Water shortages have disrupted India's power plants for years and are likely to worsen as power demands grow and climate change brings more frequent droughts — a reality that is adding urgency to government plans to boost use of renewable energy, analysts said. Most of India's energy comes from ...

Persecution is Rising in India, but Christianity Standing Strong

January 16th 2018 3:45PM
Open Doors has officially released its 2018 World Watch List, and India ranks number 11 out of the top 50 countries where Christian persecution is at its worst. "Persecution of Christians is rising in India. More than ever before, the growth of radical Hinduism in the nation is fueling violent attacks, with ...

India: Millions of Workers in Informal Sector to Strike Nationwide Demanding Rights

January 16th 2018 2:37PM
17 to demand the Indian government workers' rights and benefits like a raise in minimum wages, setting a basic employees' state insurance and provident fund as part of their social security, including monthly pensions and implement the 45th International Labor Organization's recommendations.

Making sense of India's unusual tactics

January 16th 2018 1:30PM
Shami had bowled seven overs for 26 runs and three wickets in the first session, keeping India alive in the contest. South Africa's lead at lunch was 201 with five wickets in hand. To stay in the contest, India needed to roll South Africa over. You would have wanted to see the bowlers likeliest to take ...

Did India lose the plot in the middle session?

January 16th 2018 12:56PM
The middle session of the fourth day was one such moment for this Indian team. Whatever had happened in the past could have been forgotten. It was here, it was now. It was in this session that we would get to know a lot about this team. All the bowling errors of the first morning had been made up for ...

Afghanistan Test will rob India of preparations ahead of England tour

January 16th 2018 12:11PM
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) once again fitted in an unscheduled and out-of-turn series, announcing on Tuesday that it will host Afghanistan's first-ever Test at Bangalore from June 14, leaving the India team less than a week before it flies to Ireland and England for the long summer.

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January 16th 2018 12:03PM
Images from Day 4 of the second Test between South Africa and India in Pretoria on Tuesday. | PHOTOS: Lethal Lungi leaves India in a twist.

India Boosts Oil, Gas Resource Estimate Ahead Of Bidding Round

January 16th 2018 12:00PM
Big Oil has so far shunned India's exploration areas, preferring to focus on proven basins with better economics. So India amended its acreage bidding rules last year, introducing the so-called Open Acreage Licensing Policy (OALP) in which oil companies were allowed to carve out acreage they ...

India will still believe they can make history despite Kohli's dismissal

January 16th 2018 11:37AM
JOHANNESBURG - India start the fifth day, with their hopes of creating history teetering. They require another 252 runs to win this second Test, to achieve a target that's higher than any which has been successfully chased here, and tie the series, on a surface their batsmen cannot trust. An awful lot has ...

Ngidi leaves India reeling in 287 chase

January 16th 2018 11:31AM
AP Photo. India 307 and 35 for 3 (Pujara 11*, Ngidi 2-14) need another 252 runs to beat South Africa 335 and 258 (de Villiers 80, Elgar 61, Shami 4-49, Bumrah 3-70). With one day left to play at SuperSport Park, South Africa are seven wickets from taking an unassailable 2-0 lead, and India are a distant ...

Early losses leave India in a spot of bother

January 16th 2018 11:15AM
Surprisingly, the team-management did not have the confidence to send Rohit Sharma, who had been picked over Ajinkya Rahane, out to bat in a demanding situation. Parthiv Patel walked out instead. In the first session, the impressive Mohammed Shami, scalping four, kept India in the match after A.B. ...

India crashes to 35-3, facing series defeat in South Africa

January 16th 2018 10:42AM
CENTURION, South Africa (AP) — India crashed to 35-3 in the second test against South Africa on Tuesday, leaving the world's top-ranked team heading for a first series defeat since 2015. South Africa quick bowlers Kagiso Rabada and Lungi Ngidi blasted through India's top order at the end of Day 4, ...

Ngidi pushes India to brink of series defeat

January 16th 2018 10:41AM
JOHANNESBURG - New fast bowling discovery Lungi Ngidi plunged India into deep trouble as they struggled in pursuit of a victory target of 287 on the fourth day of the second Test against South Africa at SuperSport Park on Tuesday. India were 35 for three at the close, having lost both openers and the ...

India vs South Africa: India lose Virat Kohli and openers, stare at a series defeat

January 16th 2018 10:41AM
Debutant Lungi Ngidi grabbed the wickets of Kohli and Rahul while Kagiso Rabada dismissed Vijay to rock the Indian second innings and place South Africa in ... It will be a tall task, if not an impossible one, for India as 249 is the highest total chased down successfully by any side at the Centurion, a feat ...

Cricket: India on verge of series defeat to South Africa

January 16th 2018 10:30AM
India crashed to 35-3 in the second test against South Africa on Tuesday and was facing a first series defeat since 2015. South Africa quick bowlers Kagiso Rabada and Lungi Ngidi blasted through India's top order, crucially including the wicket of captain Virat Kohli, to leave the top-ranked team still 252 ...

2nd Test Day 4: India staring down the barrel in record chase

January 16th 2018 10:27AM
NEW DELHI: In a Test match, that goes the full distance of five days, more often than not day four proceedings determine the outcome. South Africa, starting the day with a sizable lead of 118 over India, had the edge, but Mohammed Shami's three-wicket burst in the first session and Ishant Sharma with a ...