All stories by Frank Jack Daniel
Modi eyes Silicon Valley on US trip as euphoria fadesRediff.com24 Sep 2015
Western businesses and diplomats in Delhi privately say Modi's reputation as a man of action has been hurt by setbacks on economic reform.
Despite an expected delay, FM keen to roll out GST by April 2016Rediff.com9 Sep 2015
Addressing a business conference, Jaitley said it was important to stay on the path of reform and build momentum to achieve higher economic growth.
Stung by opposition, Modi seeks consensus on reformRediff.com20 Jul 2015
The proposed changes making it easier for government and businesses to buy farm land are now likely to be implemented by states, not by the central government
India rushes to break impasse on Canada investment pactRediff.com13 Apr 2015
The size of bilateral trade is only $6 billion a year.
Test for reform zeal of Modi in make-or-break budgetRediff.com28 Feb 2015
Modi's government sees itself in a sweet spot with spare cash.
The man Modi chose to revive Indian economyRediff.com5 Jan 2015
Eminent free market economist Arvind Panagariya has been appointed to run Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's new Policy Commission, set up to modernise economic strategy after decades of Soviet-style central planning.
Appointment of chief economic adviser hits Modi hurdleRediff.com2 Oct 2014
Arvind Subramanian, a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, was informally recommended to the post by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.
India seeks 'visible outcomes' on food subsidiesRediff.com25 Jul 2014
India will find it difficult to support new global customs rules without "an assurance and visible outcomes" that a permanent solution is being negotiated over its concerns about public food stockholdings, the trade minister said on Friday.
Britain offers 1 bn pound credit line for Indian infrastructure projectsRediff.com9 Jul 2014
George Osborne and British foreign secretary William Hague are on a two-day visit to India to bolster trade and investment ties with Asia's third-largest economy.
India vows action, warns hoarders after May inflation spikeRediff.com17 Jun 2014
The rupee sank below 60 rupees to the dollar and government bonds had their biggest single-day fall in a month on Monday as higher-than-expected May inflation compounded worries about the impact of violence in Iraq on the price of oil, which India imports.