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M’sia inks breakthrough air pact with India

MORE planeloads of passengers from Malaysia will fly into India every week under a new air pact, the first to be signed between the two countries in half a century.


Biggest mobile-phone plant masks Modi’s ‘Make in India’ struggle

Despite a sleek marketing campaign, the world isn’t quite ready to 'Make in India’.


Why Najib’s India visit is significant

Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman explores the impact of Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak’s visit to India and traces the history of bilateral ties.


Go-slow India may dilute China-championed Asia trade pact

NEW DELHI: India’s foot-dragging on a China-championed Asia trade pact has increased the risk the deal gets diluted or delayed.


Report: Tata Sons plans to raise stake in AirAsia India

PETALING JAYA: Indian conglomerate Tata Sons is reportedly planning to raise its stake in AirAsia India to become the controlling shareholder in the budget carrier.


Samsung opens world’s largest phone factory in India

Samsung Electronics has formally opened a new factory in India, which the South Korean tech group says is the world's biggest mobile phone manufacturing plant, part of its plans to expand production in the world's fastest growing major mobile phone market.


Funding? SEs in India look overseas

Social enterprises — businesses aiming to tackle social problems — say it’s difficult to raise funds locally in India because people either donate to charity or they expect a quick return from their investment.


No to gazetting ‘Little India’ name

THE Selangor government has turned down an application by the Entrepreneurs Association of Little India Klang to gazette Klang’s Jalan Tengku Kelana business enclave as “Little India”.


India’s Sanskrit speakers seek to revive ‘dead’ language

NEW DELHI: In a tiny flat in a rundown alley in New Delhi, Rakesh Kumar Misra is working against the odds to bring India’s ancient Sanskrit language to the country’s millions.


In India, Google races to parry the rise of Facebook

Google retains only a slight lead over Facebook in the competition for digital ad dollars in the crucial India market, sources familiar with the figures say, even though the search giant has been in the country far longer and has avoided the controversies that have dogged its rival.