The two leaders spoke on the phone Tuesday as Mr. Trump dials around the world in the first days of his new job By Corinne Abrams Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted Wednesday that he had a "warm"
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Zhou says central bank has room for more monetary policy moves SHANGHAI—China’s top central banker sought to reassure China’s trading partners that Beijing won’t drastically weaken the Chinese currency
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By Vibhuti Agarwal An intense heat wave in parts of India has claimed over 550 lives as weathermen forecast “high temperatures” to continue for a few more days. The deaths were recorded mostly in India’s
Adapting to Local Tastes, Chain Downplays Doughnuts, Adds Veggie Burgers By Preetika Rana Preetika Rana The Wall Street Journal Biography @Preetika_Rana firstname.lastname@example.org NEW DELHI—Diksha Sharma visits
By Santanu Choudhury and Joanna Sugden UPDATE: India's satellite entered Mars orbit on Wednesday morning. Read more here. If India’s Mangalyaan space probe successfully enters an orbit around Mars on the
By Raymond Zhong Raymond Zhong The Wall Street Journal Biography @zhonggg Google+ Raymond.Zhong@wsj.com India today doesn't look quite like the economic dynamo that, just a few years ago, some predicted