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Cuomo delivers casino funds to 3 western NY cities

Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Seneca Indian President Barry Snyder Sr. celebrated the end of a four-year dispute over gambling rights Wednesday by handing out oversized checks for casino funds that were withheld from three western New York cities during the conflict. Full story

China, India gain upper hand as potash cartel crumbles

MUMBAI/BEIJING (Reuters) - Agriculture in China and India will be the biggest winner after Russia's Uralkali <URKAq.L> <URKA.MM> walked away from one of the world's two big potash cartels, paving the way for consumers to demand hefty price cuts. Full story

India pledges rupee action as currency nears fresh low

MUMBAI/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India stepped up its defense of the ailing rupee on Wednesday, proposing to relax overseas borrowing rules and curb some imports in order to ease a huge current account gap, while the central bank re-emphasized its commitment to stabilizing the currency as it neared a re Full story

India's Strides responds to FDA, continues shipments to U.S

MUMBAI (Reuters) - Strides Arcolab, the latest Indian drug firm to draw U.S. regulators' scrutiny over manufacturing practices, has answered June queries by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on its drug factories, the firm's chief executive said on Wednesday. Full story

India vows not to cross 'red line' on fiscal deficit target

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's finance minister vowed on Wednesday that the government would meet its fiscal deficit target of 4.8 percent for the 2013/2014 fiscal year. Full story

India's Congress Party agrees to create new state in south

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's ruling Congress party approved on Tuesday the creation of a new southern state, a move that has revived deep political divisions and raised fears of violence in the area, home to global firms including Google. Full story

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