India's Holy Cow Vigilantes

Muslims are being killed over beef, and India's credibility is at stake—along with a $10 billion beef, buffalo and leather industry.

A New Kind of Bollywood Film

Midway through Vishal Bhardwaj's 2009 movie Kaminey (Scoundrels), the hero is captured by thugs looking to recover $2 million in stolen cocaine. As the goons torture him to find out where he's hidden the drugs, they run into a problem: he stammers so badly that they can't get a word out of him.

Indian Companies Still Torn By Family Feuds

For some time now, Indian firms have been growing in competitiveness; companies like Tata, Reliance, and the Aditya Birla Group now rival giant Western multinationals like General Electric and Procter & Gamble.

The Negotiator

 Kamal Nath has become not only the voice of India in trade circles, but an advocate of the developing world.

The World's Cheapest Wheels

When Tata Motors set out to build a $2,500 car, people said it couldn't be done. This week the company will unveil its vehicle of the future.

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