There has been uproar in the Indian parliament over a controversial bill to approve the new state of Telangana in southern India.
Mr Mallya, once the self-proclaimed "King of Good Times", made his fortune in the liquor business and controls a conglomerate spanning beer, airlines, fertilisers and engineering.
The funding will see CDC, one of the oldest and largest DFIs globally, pick up an undisclosed stake in the Gurgaon-based venture.
Microsoft's board on Tuesday named Hyderabad-born Satya Nadella as chief executive of the legendary tech giant
Income inequality is rising in India, where the net worth of its billionaires has jumped 12-fold in 15 years, enough to eliminate absolute poverty twice over in the country
Indian Americans, who have the highest income among America's multicultural groups, save much of their higher household income for their children's college education.
Palaniappa Chettiar has always been goal oriented, and when he turned 97 three years ago, he set himself a new one.
The UPA may deny quid pro quo, but the majority of the Jain minority isn’t complaining
Media are weighing the chances of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) making a lasting impact on the national political scene in India
From Istanbul to Brasilia to Mumbai comes a crescendo of complaints about dollar imperialism.
The list of India-origin executives heading global corporations is growing every year
Decorated with colourful trinkets, transporting goods of all sizes and often having men sitting precariously atop them, legs dangling out of the vehicle, trucking in India is often a misunderstood.
Discrimination of various kinds - racial, ethnic, linguistic etc - is very much a worldwide phenomenon, including in ''the greatest country on earth''
Devyani Khobragade, the Indian diplomat whose December arrest led to a major international dispute, holds no immunity from US prosecution
For Delhi residents the backdrop of rush-hour traffic is causing noise pollution so serious that experts are warning of serious health consequences.
Some 15 million Indians travelled abroad in 2013, but that is tipped to reach 50 million by 2020.
Krispy Kreme was the latest to open a new store.Burger King will open its first branch in the first half of this year
India's intelligence agencies have now given their backing to proposals that would allow tourists to apply online and then wait only three days before receiving the green light,
Saying good-bye to all worldly comforts, a lovelorn US-born woman came all the way to Haryana's Popra village to marry her Facebook friend and play the role of a doting Indian wife.
Describing the current US immigration system as "completely backwards", Indian-American Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal said the country needs a system of "high walls and a broad gate".
On a small farm, about 200km (125 miles) north-east of Mumbai, Murlidhar Gunjal plucks cherry tomatoes off vines, while some of his workers pick rosemary and thyme from a herb garden.
Some questions about how the government views and review the fashion industry
Did Mahatma Gandhi have a premonition of his death just hours before he was shot at by Nathuram Godse
Former New Zealand bowler Simon Doull has criticised India for their poor performance in New Zealand and their team selection policy.
Over 2 million records chronicling the lives of British individuals who went to India since the time of the East India Company are now available online
Zimbabwe's central bank said it would add the Indian Rupee to the basket of currencies to be circulated in the country.
The makhani dal, was invented by none other than Kundan Lal Gujral, the founder of the Moti Mahal chain.
An Indian-origin woman banker has arrested in Britain as part of an ongoing anti-terrorism operation in London.
The ageing of the workforce is partly the result of the industry's push to offer higher-value services and break the linear correlation between headcount and revenue growth
India has lifted its ban on Airbus superjumbo planes, allowing the world's largest passenger jet into New Delhi, Mumbai and two other cities equipped to handle the aircraft.
The Thai police said on Monday that they suspected the managing director of Tata Motors, India’s biggest automaker, had committed suicide by jumping from a hotel room in Bangkok.
India's central bank has unexpectedly raised interest rates in an attempt to rein in stubbornly high consumer prices in a crucial election year.
We can’t function without “the workers” and they can’t eat without us. It’s the time-honoured paternalistic/parasitic dance of the Indian class system
Rahul Gandhi probably has more nicknames to his credit than Sushilkumar Shinde has had blonde moments in his political career.
The 'Big Three' - India, Australia and England - need approval of seven of the 10 Board members to have complete control over international cricket. Board of Control for Cricket in India also wants an ICC event every two years in India.
There was mehndi for female guests, bhangra dancing, and tandoori dinner. There were sarees galore, Nehru jackets, and the reigning greeting for the night was 'namaste'.
Facebook is likely to lose 80 % of its users and getting largely abandoned by 2017
An Indian-origin engineer claims to have developed a 3D printer that can print food and pizza for astronauts on long missions.
As many as 163 Vedic pandits, who were brought to the US from north Indian villages, have disappeared from the Maharishi Vedic City in Iowa during the past year
When Neel Kashkari announced he was running for governor last week, he became the latest Californian of Indian descent to step onto the political stage.