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Spy thriller ‘Raazi’ steals show at Bollywood’s Oscars

Raazi's Alia Bhatt in her acceptance speech says the award still seems surreal to her.

London overtakes India’s Mumbai in Rupee trading

Rupee trading in United Kingdom soared to US$46.8 billion in April. 

Booming Bollywood comes home for ‘Oscars’ 20th edition

With nearly 1,800 titles released in 2018, the South Asian country is the biggest film industry in the world in terms of movies made.

‘More than 30’ feared trapped in Mumbai building collapse

Rescue operations are hampered by narrow lanes in the area.

Deutsche’s layoffs have already started in Asia

Deutsche Bank plans to cut more jobs in Asia and reduce it to another 25% by month end.

16 maut tembok runtuh di Mumbai akibat hujan lebat

Seramai 13 orang maut di wilayah Malad dan ramai lagi dikhuatiri masih terperangkap dalam runtuhan, manakala 3 terbunuh termasuk kanak-kanak 3 tahun selepas dinding sekolah runtuh.

At least 15 dead as wall collapses in monsoon-hit Mumbai

At least 15 people are killed in India's financial capital of Mumbai when a wall collapses during torrential monsoon downpours.

Son of Asia’s richest man getting married in lavish spectacle

Akash Ambani, the son of Asia's richest man, Mukesh Ambani, is marrying Shloka Mehta in tremendous fashion, at a ceremony in Mumbai.

Pakistan bans groups linked to Mumbai attack suspects

Prime Minister Imran Khan has ordered officials to accelerate action against the banned groups.

Kohli’s third straight ton in vain as West Indies level series

Kohli compiled 107 to bring up his 38th century in the format but his dismissal ended India's hopes of chasing down 284 for victory.

Asian markets cautious after US volatility

US and European markets meandered on Tuesday, with investors nervous after 10-year US Treasury bond yields surged above 3.0% and the IMF sounded a cautious note on the global economy.

Lebih 600 lubang jalanan ditutup oleh bapa ini

Ibu kota yang menjadi pusat kewangan dan Bollywood dengan populasi penduduk lebih 20 juta orang mempunyai lebih 27,000 lubang jalanan.

Indian man fills potholes out of love for dead son

Bilhore has been featured in countless Indian newspaper articles and received several awards.

Weak Rupee to cost India US$9.5 billion more to repay foreign...

India's short-term debt obligations, which included non-resident deposits as well as overseas commercial borrowings by companies, totalled US$217.6 billion in 2017.

RCom closes US$429 million fibre sale to Jio as deadline looms

Monday’s filing comes on the heels of announcements last week about completing the sale of transmission nodes to Reliance Jio for 20 billion rupees.

Nirav Modi-linked US firms tied to India fraud by examiner

The examiner, John J. Carney, found evidence that Firestar Diamond Inc, A. Jaffe Inc and Fantasy Inc senior officers and directors had knowledge of and involvement in the criminal conduct alleged by Indian officials.

Heavy rains hit India’s Mumbai for fourth day, disrupt rail, air...

Weather officials forecast heavy to very heavy monsoon rains in the city and its surroundings over the next two days and urged people to stay indoors.

India’s richest man unveils broadband plan

India's richest man Mukesh Ambani, who turned the country's mobile market upside down by offering free voice calls for life, is zeroing in on a new market -- broadband internet.

Mumbai’s Victorian Gothic and Art Deco buildings win UNESCO status

The majority of them, built on reclaimed land between the early 1930s and early 1950s, are clustered together in the south of the coastal city where they stand in stark contrast to Victorian Gothic structures.

Mumbai light plane crash kills five

There were four passengers on the 12-seater aircraft when it crashed shortly into the construction site shortly after 1.30 pm (0800 GMT), said Mumbai disaster management spokesman Tanaji Kamble.

Indian Rupee falls to a record low against the dollar

Overseas investors have reduced holdings of rupee-denominated government and corporate bonds by US$6.1 billion, and pulled US$785 million from equities since the beginning of 2018

Indian blockbuster spotlights slum dwellers’ struggle for land rights

Residents of Mumbai's sprawling Dharavi slum face down a powerful politician eying their community for a real estate development in an Indian blockbuster, which puts a rare spotlight on urban poor's land rights.

‘It looks like new:’ Mumbai slums get colourful makeover

Mumbai's slums are getting a colourful makeover thanks to an organisation that aims to change how people perceive deprived areas in India's financial capital.

Pakistan condemns ex-PM Sharif over comment on attack on India

Former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif claimed that Islamist militants who killed 166 people in India in 2008 had come from Pakistan.