U.S. demands Russia explain American’s detention on spying charges

The United States wants an explanation for why Russia detained a former U.S. Marine on spying charges in Moscow and

State oil firms have stopped taking margin hit on petrol and diesel sales

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Indian state-owned fuel retailers have stopped absorbing a government-mandated cut of 1 rupee (0.014 U.S. cents)

Afghanistan’s neighbours fear refugee crisis if U.S. pulls out

 Afghanistan’s neighbours, caught off-guard by reports of U.S. plans to withdraw thousands of troops, have begun preparing for the risk

Modi, Chinese President Xi ready to improve bilateral ties

India and China agreed to consult each other on regional and international issues, the Indian side said after a phone

Former Microsoft and GM CFO in mix to replace Gary Cohn

  President Trump needs a new director for his National Economic Council after Gary Cohn resigned. There’s one candidate in

Venmo Users: You’re About to Be Able to Use the App to Shop Online

PayPal announced a massive expansion for use of its Venmo payments app popular with millennials. The app grew as a

Venezuela is blaming Trump for missed debt payments

Venezuela didn’t pay its bills last week. It also owes a lot more money very soon as it spirals further

Ethnic unrest leaves world’s tea drinkers thirsty for $1,800 Darjeeling brew

MUMBAI/KOLKATA (Reuters) – Ethnic unrest in India’s Darjeeling hills has wiped out the harvest of the world’s most expensive tea,

Modi heads to Israel, lifting the curtain on close ties

NEW DELHI/TEL AVIV (Reuters) – Narendra Modi begins a first visit to Israel by an Indian prime minister on Tuesday,

U.S. approves sale of drones to India – General Atomics

The United States government has approved the sale of a naval variant of the Predator drone made by General Atomics