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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

Question of change or continuity hovers over Indian central bank

MUMBAI/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The economist rock star? The bureaucrat? The incumbent? Full story

Rupee's plunge drives up offshore debt costs for India Inc

MUMBAI (Reuters) - The Indian rupee's slide to record lows is squeezing mid-sized companies that borrowed offshore when times were good, with a slowing economy now making it even harder for them to generate the extra funds needed to cover dollar payments. Full story

Indian rupee, markets draw cold comfort from relaxed FDI rules

MUMBAI/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's relaxation of foreign investment rules, aimed at drawing funds needed to turn around slowing economic growth and support a crumbling rupee, barely lifted markets on Wednesday due to doubts whether long-term inflows would materialize anytime soon. Full story

India makes risky bet with rupee defense

MUMBAI (Reuters) - India's boldest attempt yet to prevent a rout in the rupee delivered only a modest lift in the currency but shares slumped and bond yields jumped as investors worried that policymakers might overplay their hand and damage economic growth. Full story

Retirement homes in vogue as Indians live longer and prosper

PUNE, India (Reuters) - The Athashri retirement community offers the over-55 crowd Western-style amenities such as a clubhouse, gym, library and pool but with a distinctly Indian twist: a temple on site where residents worship Ganesh, the elephant-headed god followed by many Hindus in Maharashtra st Full story

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  Five children among 10 killed in India collapse

A building collapse in Mumbai killed at least 10 people, according to the Associated Press. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown.

  Five killed in Mumbai building collapse

At least five people were killed after a portion of a four-story residential building collapsed in Mumbai, India. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.

  Pakistan’s lead prosecutor in Bhutto assassination case killed

The Pakistani prosecutor investigating the assassination of the country's former Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto, has been shot and killed.  Chaudry Zulfikar Ali had also been involved in the investigation into the Mumbai massacre in 2008. His killing comes at a tense time as Pakistan prepares for na

  Building collapses in India, 41 dead, dozens missing

At least 41 people are dead after a building collapsed in Mumbai, India, with dozens more missing in the rubble. The building was under construction when it collapsed. Families had moved into the unfinished structure.

  Wall collapse kills five people in Mumbai

Five people were killed after a wall of a house collapsed due to an explosion in a chemical factory compound in Mumbai, India. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.

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