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Hindustan Times
New Delhi, September 04, 2013
Raghuram Rajan, a suave, unflappable University of Chicago economist, will step into the eye of the storm roiling India’s economy on Thursday as the new governor of the Reserve Bank of India; India has slipped to 60th position in terms of its competitiveness globally; a local court reserved the decision on self-styled godman Asaram’s bail plea on Wednesday in connection with sexual assault charges slapped by a 16-year-old girl last month; and German luxury automobile manufacturer BMW on Tuesday launched its entry-level BMW 1-Series hatchback, with petrol and diesel variants priced between Rs. 20.90 lakh and Rs. 29.90 lakh.

Fault lines all over economy as Raghuram takes charge of RBI
Raghuram Rajan, a suave, unflappable University of Chicago economist, will step into the eye of the storm roiling India’s economy on Thursday as the new governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and chief defender of a nose-diving rupee. Read more:

India slips to 60th rank on competitiveness; Switzerland on top
India has slipped to 60th position in terms of its competitiveness globally, while Switzerland has retained its top rank. This is India's lowest ever rank and also 31 places below its peer emerging market China. Read more:

Court reserves decision on Asaram's bail for now
A local court reserved the decision on self-styled godman Asaram’s bail plea on Wednesday in connection with sexual assault charges slapped by a 16-year-old girl last month. Read more:

India's hatchback market gets a BMW tag, entry-level 1-Series priced at Rs. 21 lakh
German luxury automobile manufacturer BMW on Tuesday launched its entry-level BMW 1-Series hatchback with petrol and diesel variants priced between Rs. 20.90 lakh and Rs. 29.90 lakh. Read more: