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I write about money, markets, & management, for The Wall Street Journal in India.I write about money, markets, & management, for The Wall Street Journal in India.

India Asks U.K. to Deport Vijay Mallya

blogs.wsj.com — India's foreign ministry has written to the U.K. High Commission in Delhi asking that Vijay Mallya be deported from the U.K., so that he can answer questions in investigations against him, according to a statement by the Ministry of External Affairs.

Why Most Indian Business School Degrees Don’t Mean Much in the Real World

blogs.wsj.com — Close to half million students graduate from Indian business schools every year, but most lack marketable skills despite the degree, according to a new study by Delhi-based trade group Assocham. India has 5,500 registered B-schools, which produce around 520,000 graduates a year, according to Assocham.

India-Born Billionaires Top the U.K. Rich List

blogs.wsj.com — The Indian-born Hinduja brothers held on to their spot as the second-richest people in the U.K. in 2016, according to a ranking by The Sunday Times. London-based Srichand and Gopichand Hinduja are estimated to have wealth of 13 billion pounds, or nearly $19 billion, according to the U.K. newspaper.

India Frustrates Two Billionaire Hinduja Brothers

wsj.com — MUMBAI-Two of the billionaire brothers who run U.K. conglomerate Hinduja Group say they want to buy distressed assets in India but find that banks and founders holding the projects are reluctant to let go.

How India Is Frustrating Two Billionaire Hinduja Brothers

blogs.wsj.com — MUMBAI-Two of the billionaire brothers who run U.K. conglomerate Hinduja Group say they want to buy distressed assets in India but find that banks and founders holding the projects are reluctant to let go.

What Bollywood Star Amitabh Bachchan Said About ‘Panama Papers’ Report

blogs.wsj.com — Indian actor Amitabh Bachchan denied any connection to four shipping companies registered in tax havens, in response to a report published Monday by The Indian Express newspaper based on the so-called Panama Papers.

India Launches Probe After ‘Panama Papers’ Reports

blogs.wsj.com — India's government has begun a probe into the offshore accounts of hundreds of its citizens following a report by an international media consortium over documents the group said were leaked from a law firm in Panama.

Blackstone to Buy Mphasis From Hewlett Packard Enterprise

wsj.com — SINGAPORE-Blackstone Group LP said Monday it is buying Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co.'s majority stake in Indian outsourcing firm Mphasis Ltd. for as much as $1.1 billion. In what it says is its biggest acquisition by Blackstone in India, the world's largest private-equity firm is buying a 60.5% stake from HP Enterprise for 430 rupees ($6.49) a share, and will make a tender offer for another 26% in the company to comply with local...

India Can’t Find Love for Its Offshore Rupee Bonds

wsj.com — MUMBAI-India's attempt to diversify and deepen its corporate debt market has fallen flat, thanks to lack of demand and bad timing. Last fall, Prime Minister Narendra Modi indicated to a gathering of 60,000 people at London's Wembley Stadium that after James Bond, and Brooke Bond tea, a new type of bond was coming to markets: bond, rupee...

Why India Can’t Find Love for Its Offshore Rupee Bonds

blogs.wsj.com — MUMBAI-India's attempt to diversify and deepen its corporate debt market has fallen flat, thanks to lack of demand and bad timing. Last fall, Prime Minister Narendra Modi indicated to a gathering of 60,000 people at London's Wembley Stadium that after James Bond, and Brooke Bond tea, a new type of bond was coming to markets: bond, rupee bond.
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Feb 29, 2016

@EricBellmanWSJ on Budget tradition: everyone makes gr8 demands, few demands r met, stil evryone calls it "balanced" on.wsj.com/1OGWfVC

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How will Indian stocks perform in 2016? Don't bank on Wall Street analysts to tell you on.wsj.com/1mdaT13

Dec 09, 2015

Beijing's response to being named top-polluted city: issue a red alert. Delhi's response to the same: Meh on.wsj.com/1lNZdkK

Dec 02, 2015

Why "say" anything when you can "bark" "beseech" "spew" "snivel"...a fun article on words on.wsj.com/1Q7knFI

Oct 13, 2015

We fact-check a list of steps that PM @narendramodi says India has taken to make it easier to do biz here on.wsj.com/1R8ce28


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