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Uber to Invest $1 Billion in India

blogs.wsj.com — NEW DELHI-Uber Technologies Inc. said it would invest $1 billion in India in the next nine months as it seeks to further expand its business in its largest market outside the U.S. in terms of cities in which it operates.

Uber to Invest $1 Billion in India

wsj.com — NEW DELHI-Uber Technologies Inc. said it would invest $1 billion in India in the next nine months as it seeks to further expand its business in its largest market outside the U.S. in terms of cities in which it operates. Amit Jain, the company's India president, said that strong growth in that country made Uber "extremely bullish" and the...
Jul 31, 2015

Uber to invest $1 billion in India to expand its business, aims for a million trips a day in the next nine months. wsj.com/articles/uber-…

The Most Accident-Prone Place in India Will Surprise You

blogs.wsj.com — India is getting more accident prone. The latest figures on accidental deaths in India, published by the National Crime Records Bureau this week, show that the rate of fatal accidents has increased 11.3% in the past year, compared with a 0% rise the year before.
Jul 24, 2015

The Most Accident-Prone Place in India Will Surprise You on.wsj.com/1CTUrdi via @WSJIndia

Jul 24, 2015

If the roads don't kill you the lightning can. 20 tragic ways people die by accident in India. on.wsj.com/1LAHKqG pic.twitter.com/LpV2xIOWjB

Joe Biden’s Mumbai Relations

blogs.wsj.com — In a speech meant to demonstrate the close relationship between the U.S. and India, Vice President Joe Biden invoked his family ties to the country on Monday night. "There are five Bidens in India, in Mumbai," Mr. Biden told a gathering at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, a Washington-based think tank.
Jul 14, 2015

Joe Biden recounts the story of his relatives in India on.wsj.com/1O37Fos via @WSJIndia

Jul 14, 2015

Turns out there's a whole branch of Bidens living in Mumbai: Joe Biden’s Mumbai Relations on.wsj.com/1O37Fos

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India’s Use of the Death Penalty Rises

blogs.wsj.com — New figures on the use of the death penalty in India show the punishment is being awarded more often than at the start of the century and give a state-by-state breakdown of where it was used most by courts in that time.

Bobby Jindal: India Is Desperate for American Leadership

blogs.wsj.com — Bobby Jindal, the Indian-American candidate for the 2016 presidential election in the U.S., has said that India is "desperate and hungry for American leadership" and an administration run by him would work closely with it and other non-aligned countries.

Indian Court Lifts Ban on Uber in Delhi

wsj.com — NEW DELHI-An Indian court on Wednesday lifted a ban on Uber Technologies Inc. in Delhi, the capital of one of the ride-hailing company's most important markets outside the U.S. The judge said Uber should be allowed to operate while the San Francisco-based company seeks a license from the Delhi Transport Department.

5 Charts That Show What’s Behind Modi’s Central Asia Tour

blogs.wsj.com — Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the start of "a new era in our relations with Central Asian republics" as he embarked on a tour of five countries in the region beginning in Uzbekistan on Monday. Here's a look at the way trading relations between India and the five "stans" have changed since the mid-'90s.
Jul 07, 2015

RT @cjcmichel: New York Times had "Kyrzbekistan." WSJ now has "Kyrghyztan." What are these mystical places. blogs.wsj.com/briefly/2015/0…

Jul 07, 2015

RT @cjcmichel: New York Times had "Kyrzbekistan." WSJ now has "Kyrghyztan." What are these mystical places. blogs.wsj.com/briefly/2015/0…

Uber Expanding to Seven More Cities in India

wsj.com — Market high on its priority list despite regulatory speed bumps NEW DELHI-Uber Technologies Inc. is expanding its operations in India to offer ride-hailing services in seven more cities, as it seeks to grow its presence in a market that is high on its priority list but where it has faced regulatory speed bumps.

How Much Apple Music Costs in India

blogs.wsj.com — Apple Music has arrived in 100 countries, including India where the new streaming service is available at among the cheapest rates globally. At 120 rupees ($1.89) for a month's-worth of music streaming, Apple Inc. has opened its online music library to Indians at a price almost 10 times lower than the entrance fee for customers in the U.S., where a 30-day subscription costs $9.99.
Jul 01, 2015

RT @WSJ: Take a look at the cost of Apple Music compared to the price of an iPhone 6 worldwide. on.wsj.com/1gaCNaE pic.twitter.com/V4zY8Qt8jo

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Jul 30, 2015

RT @EricBellmanWSJ: Forget 3-D printers, we had a roti printer on display today. Enjoy a long-delayed demo here. on.wsj.com/1LSQkQf pic.twitter.com/9mgiEOVePS

Jul 29, 2015

RT @HadleyFreeman: Sometimes American friends & family ask what living in Britain is like. "This," I'll say, "this is what it's like": http…

Jul 24, 2015

If the roads don't kill you the lightning can. 20 tragic ways people die by accident in India. on.wsj.com/1LAHKqG pic.twitter.com/LpV2xIOWjB

Jul 19, 2015

RT @Phil_Baty: There is no educational future in a Little England. Why international students are so important timeshighereducation.co.uk/blog/why-are-i…

Jul 15, 2015

RT @WSJAsia: Why are potentially dangerous mistakes going unreported on flights in Asia? on.wsj.com/1DdCbGt pic.twitter.com/LuIREvEEzu

Jul 14, 2015

Stampede kills 27 in Andhra Pradesh. A piece from the archives on why India is prone to deadly stampedes. blogs.wsj.com/indiarealtime/…

Jul 14, 2015

RT @HeathaT: The Modi government "is hell bent on destroying civil society"—Jairam Ramesh qz.com/451631 via @qzindia

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