India's startup bubble has already burst
India's great startup boom has come to an end.

India, Russia commit to boost bilateral trade
A joint statement was issued after the meeting of PM Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin at the ongoing BRICS summit. Both the leaders reiterated their commitment to further easing of business.

Indian firm wants to supply garment-textile machines for Vietnam
HCM City (VNA) – Numerous Indian firms are seeking opportunities to export their garment-textile machines to Vietnam.

India, Vietnam enhance IT partnership
HCM City (VNA) – Vietnamese and Indian businesses discussed new cooperation plans, including the establishment of joint ventures in information technology, during a workshop in Ho Chi Minh City on October 6.

Vietnam-India trade hit 3.47 bln USD in eight months
Hanoi (VNA) – Two-way trade between Vietnam and India hit 3.47 billion USD in the eight months of this year, up 1.23 percent year-on-year, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s Vietnam Trade Office in India.

Remittances to India to decline by five per cent in 2016: World Bank
This is attributed mainly due to weak economic growth in remittances-source countries and cyclic low oil prices.

India is youngest startup nation with 72% founders below 35 years: Sitharaman
New Delhi, July 23 (IANS) Start-ups are the next big economic force in India, the world's youngest startup nation with 72 per cent founders below 35 years of age, Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said here on Saturday.

Vietnamese gem, gold firms look to India
HCM City (VNA) - Indian and Vietnamese gem and jewellery companies, which met on August 23 at an event organised by the Indian consulate in HCM City, agreed there is much potential for bilateral cooperation.

India’s central bank holds interest rates
India’s central bank on Tuesday (7/6/2014) held its key interest rate at a five-year low, citing in inflationary fears ahead of the imminent monsoon rains.

Jeff Bezos announces $3 billion investment in Indian business in the presence of PM Narendra Modi
BENGALURU: Amazon announced a massive top-up for its India investment, mounting pressure on homegrown rivals Flipkart and Snapdeal and putting on notice China's Alibaba which looks poised to be a major rival in one of the world's most lucrative retail battlegrounds.