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NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. investors, buoyed by optimism about India\'s economy and booming stock market, have been moving money into exchange-traded funds that focus solely on that country.
JAIPUR (Reuters) - The reformist government that many Indians and free-market flag-bearers had hoped would emerge after this year\'s election isn\'t in New Delhi - at least not yet. It\'s a dusty day\'s
VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran and six powers failed on Monday for a second time this year to resolve their 12-year dispute over Tehran\'s nuclear ambitions, and gave themselves seven more months to overcome
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel resigned on Monday, leaving under pressure as President Barack Obama faces critical national security challenges, including fighting Islamic
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The role of U.S. troops in Afghanistan will shift in 2015 to training Afghan security forces and counter-terrorism activities, White House spokesman Josh Earnest said on Monday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union\'s top official for digital markets said on Monday he was concerned that big tech companies may be abusing dominant positions, but he also said investigations
KATHMANDU (Reuters) - Nepal has given an Indian company permission to build a 900 megawatt hydropower plant, government officials said on Monday, as the Himalayan state looks to ease chronic energy
Hagel resigns as U.S. defense secretary  (24 November 10:48 pm) 
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel resigned on Monday, the first major change to President Barack Obama\'s Cabinet since his Democrats were routed in midterm elections three
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - (Refiles to correct name, paragraph 4)
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has resigned, a U.S. defense official said on Monday. Nathan Frandino reports.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The main opposition Congress party signalled on Monday it could support government legislation to liberalise the insurance industry, a long-delayed reform expected to help
VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran and six powers failed for a second time this year on Monday to resolve their 12-year dispute over Tehran\'s nuclear ambitions and gave themselves seven more months to overcome
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has resigned, a U.S. defence official said on Monday, adding that President Barack Obama had accepted his resignation.
VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran and six powers failed for a second time this year on Monday to resolve their 12-year dispute over Tehran\'s nuclear ambitions and gave themselves seven more months to overcome
VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran and six world powers will extend through the end of June 2015 talks on Tehran\'s nuclear programme after failing to clinch a final agreement that could end a 12-year atomic
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU lawmakers will likely vote on Thursday on a motion proposing the break-up of Google and other Internet technology companies, increasing political pressure on the bloc’s
VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran and major world powers are likely to extend their talks over the Tehran\'s disputed nuclear programme until July 2015, and aim to reach agreement on the \"political pieces\" by
KABUL (Reuters) - Two U.S. soldiers were killed when their vehicle was hit by a bomb in the Afghan capital Kabul on Monday, officials and sources said.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Injured Australia captain Michael Clarke has ruled himself out of a two-day tour match against India, placing his selection for next week\'s first test in fresh doubt.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The United States wants to step up its trade dialogue with India, Trade Representative Michael Froman said on Monday, after the resolution of a global trade dispute paved the way
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India is targeting up to $1 billion of private investment by 2017 to build rail lines linking ports and national networks to ease growing congestion, which has delayed coal
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India on Monday named its powerful national security adviser as a special envoy on China, opening the way for resumption of talks on the disputed border, where tensions have
Afghan volleyball blast kills dozens  (24 November 05:49 pm) 
Survivors undergo hospital treatment after a suicide blast at a volleyball match in Afghanistan which killed at least 45 people. Paul Chapman reports
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The United States wants to step up its trade dialogue with India, Trade Representative Michael Froman said on Monday, after the resolution of a global trade dispute paved the way
Banker murder trial adjourns to July  (24 November 03:50 pm) 
The trial of a British banker charged with killing two women in Hong Kong is adjourned until July for prosecutors to study evidence. Paul Chapman reports