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G-20 Deal Reached
Negotiators from the world's leading economies haggled all night over seemingly technical details regarding how to measure global economic imbalances. They eventually produced a 53-word sentence intended to appease all sides—and open to interpretation by all sides.
Italy Claims G-20 Support on Debt
Video: G20 Compromise on Measuring Imbalances
G-20 Move Toward Early-Warning System
Trichet: Deal Won't Undercut Central Banks
German Minister: No Targets on Indicators
China Agrees to Scrutiny of Yuan Policy
Weekend of Violence Leaves Scores Dead in Afghanistan
Bahrain Calm With Talks to Resume Monday
Bahrain's political crisis continued to cool down as seven opposition groups working to present protesters demands said they would meet to coordinate a response to the government's call for dialogue.
Photos: Protesters Celebrate
Video: Soldiers Appear to Fire at Protesters
Bahrain Family Finds Bumps on Middle Path
Gulf Stock Markets Slide
Death Toll Surges in Libya
Cricket World Cup
India Real Time
Heard on the Street
What’s News —
Bernanke Defends U.S. Policies
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke fired his most pointed rebuttal yet at foreign critics who say the U.S. central bank's easy money policies are breeding inflation and asset bubbles abroad.
Heard: G-20 Flies Under Market Radar
India, Brazil to Press China on Yuan
Central Bank Watch
India Shares End Lower After Five Days
Indian shares closed lower Friday as investors used gains in the past five sessions to take profit, as analysts warned the stock market could fall further next week.
India's Steel Authority Plans a $3-Billion Mongolia Plant
State-run Steel Authority of India is looking to set up a 3-million metric ton steel plant in Mongolia, as part of plans by India's largest steelmaker by local capacity to expand overseas.
Indian Steelmakers Step Up Their Game
Sony Expects TV Sales in India to Grow 70%
The head of Sony Corp.'s India operations said the company expects growth of more than 70% in flat-panel television sales in India, as it keeps up with expanding demand.
Regulators Eye Apple Anew
U.S. antitrust enforcers have begun looking at the terms Apple set this week for media companies who want to sell their content on the iPad and other devices.
News Hub:Apple Eyed by Antitrust Regulators
digits:Apple's Terms Raise Antitrust Questions
Tech-Spawned Commerce Faces Scrutiny
France Focuses on Food at G-20
India, Brazil to Press China on Yuan
China Raises Reserve Requirement
India Won't Stick to Cairn Deadline
India Releases New Consumer Price Index
The World Cup is not just about the teams - it's also about their supporters. Cricket fans across the subcontinent are gearing up for the tournament too - whether its with face paint, cup-shaped hairdos or special prayers. Some photos.
Director Vishal Bhardwaj's latest work "7 Khoon Maaf" (Seven Sins Forgiven), based on Ruskin Bond's story "Susanna's Seven Husbands," hits India screens Friday. Some snapshots.
Cricket World Cup
Sehwag Star of Opener Victory
India unleashed the full power of its famed batting lineup on Saturday as Virender Sehwag hammered a stunning 175 to lead his side to victory over Bangladesh in the opening game of the World Cup.
ICC Defends Team Numbers
Holding Out for a World Cup Hero
Cricket World Cup: Score Kya Hai?
India Real Time
Taking Comic Books Seriously
Think comic books are just good for a giggle? Think again, with the help of Comic Con, India's first comic books convention, taking place in Delhi over the weekend.
Review Round-Up: '7 Khoon Maaf'
India Career Journal
Career Journal: Seven Tips on Balancing Work and Family
Instead of feeling guilty about not spending enough time with your family, try simple techniques to improve the quality of your family time, says Prerna Sodhi.
Editors' Picks
Christie Ducks Questions on Wisconsin Union Battle
How High Can the Art Market Go?
Back on Island, Koreans Find Ruin
Pakistanis Call for Death Penalty for American
Clinton Pushes Afghanistan Diplomacy
Amateur Video Shows Army Firing Into Crowd
digits: Google Android Steals the Mobile Show
India: Twenty Years Later
Economic opening, starting in 1991, may have created wealth in India. But it hasn't created a political constituency for reform.
Mr. Singh's Lament
Maximum Money
Luxury Housing Boom Takes a Breather
Sales of $1 million apartments in India have slowed just as Donald Trump wants to enter the market. Buyers can negotiate better deals, says Shefali Anand, India personal finance writer.
When the Laptop Is the Accessory
Walt Mossberg reviews the Atrix 4G, an Android smartphone that acts as the brains of a small laptop device.
Video: Mossberg Reviews the Atrix
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said the Obama administration would support—but not seek to direct--pro-democracy forces across North Africa and the Persian Gulf.
Diageo is close to buying Turkish spirits company Mey Icki for between $2 billion and $2.5 billion, a deal that would give the U.K. alcohol giant access to a vast distribution network Turkey.
The WTO will issue a preliminary report concluding that China has no legal right to impose export restrictions on nine raw materials, say trade diplomats and lawyers familiar with the case.
The euro zone needs tighter rules on fiscal policy to fortify the single currency and an effective mechanism for crisis management, Italian central-bank governor Mario Draghi says.
China Shares Slip; Japan Edges Up
The Shanghai Composite fell for the first time in seven sessions as investors fretted about more efforts to cool the economy. Korea;s Kospi snapped a three-day losing streak.
Why Companies Are Hoarding Cash
CME, Deutsche Börse Explored Tie-Up
Obama Talked R&D; With Tech Chiefs
Research spending and technology exports were some of the menu items Thursday evening when President Obama sat down for dinner with Apple's Steve Jobs, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and other corporate chieftains.
As Obama Visits, Intel Touts New Plant
Impact From Nokia Shift
The authorities are increasingly resorting to public violence.
Life & Style
Among China's newly-minted rich set, the latest must-have plaything is an expensive riding pony.
Analysis and insights from The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones Newswires on the daily news in the world's largest democracy.
India Plots Revenge Against Bangladesh's Tigers
What They Said: Singh's Media Briefing
India This Evening: Lanka Releases 136 Indian Fishermen
Taking Comic Books Seriously
Review Round-Up: '7 Khoon Maaf'
The Numbers Guy
Behind the Information Overload Hypes
A closer look at studies analyzing the glut of information people face every days suggests the avalanche of words and images isn't as massive as feared.
Numbers Guy Blog: World's Information Explosion
Check Out India Real Time – in Hindi
Read the India Real Time blog's take on India's daily mix of politics, culture and other happenings in Hindi.
Cricket World Cup Kicks Off
Making West is West
Most Popular on Facebook
Most Popular In India
Region's Protests Spread to Morocco
Boomers Find 401(k) Plans Fall Short
G-20 Deal Reached
The Cricket Craze
Bahrain Calm With Talks to Resume Monday
Most Read Articles Feed
India's Best Airports
Airports in New Delhi, Hyderabad and Mumbai ranked high in a survey conducted by Airports Council International, the Geneva-based trade body of the world's airports. Some photos.
Ask ECO:Nomics Presented by Shell
Remixing Business presented by Capgemini
Mechanics of Passion presented by Cartier
Compare current broker offers on MarketWatch.com
Davos Update sponsored by Thomson Reuters
Inside the Wall Street Journal Digital Network
Stocks to Watch: Stocks in focus Tuesday: Wal-Mart, H-P
Obama has lost control of agenda: Soros
Iceland vetoes U.K., Dutch deposit deal
Chuck Jaffe: Inflation, rate fears put income investors on edge
ETF Investing: Investors pull money from gold ETFs
China Real Time Report
Beijing Goes on the Hunt for Hidden Lending
New Shanghai Apple Store Will Be Biggest in China
Will Massive Debt Derail China's High Speed Train Plans?
New Data, But No New Light, on China Property Prices
China Watch: Cucumbers on the Pill, New Wikileaks Revelations
Chinese Chukkers: Latest Must-Have is Polo Pony
All Things Digital
Video: Obama Visits Intel In Oregon, And A Silicon Lovefest Ensues [NewEnterprise]
Twitter Suspends UberTwitter and Twidroyd Apps for Violating Policies [eMoney]
Jack Griffin's Time Inc. Legacy, Encased In Plastic [MediaMemo]
Mobilized Vacation Notice [Mobilized]
Antitrust Advocacy Group Says Google-ITA Merger Could Be "Unregulatable Monopoly" [eMoney]
Shopping for Growth Stocks at Value Prices
Time to Toss Junk-Bond Funds?
Which Stocks Will Rise? Ask Google (By the Numbers)
Stocks Close at 2½-Year High (Market Update)
With Stock Picking, Mind Your Own Business (Tradecraft)
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