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Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh told Indian industry leaders to prove "the prophets of gloom as wrong". At the Confederation of Indian Industry he defended the country's long-term growth potential despite the current slowdown.
A disappointing trading update has marred the record of Jaguar Land Rover - owned by Indian carmaker Tata Motors - long seen as one of the strongest performers of the global auto industry. Lex's Stuart Kirk and Julia Grindell delve into the figures.
When commentators talk about developing countries, a burgeoning middle class is often cited as a crucial driving force. The FT's Kanupriya Kapoor talks to three very different people about their lives, work and aspirations to understand what being middle class means in India