The data comes from the DfID, who publish Statistics on International Development annually. The last published data was in Nov. 2016, and included data about 2015 (when £186m was spent on bilateral aid to India.)
At the time of writing, the 2017 report, that would contain the data for 2016, hasn't been released. It would normally be released at the end of November, or the start of December.
The provisional report on 2016 spending doesn't break down spending per country, although I note that total spending on Asia remained the same proportion as in 2015, and as the total budget had increased this means a real-terms increase in spending.
About 80% of the aid budget is spent by DfID and about 2/3 of that is bilateral aid, from one government to another. The remaining 1/3 goes through multinational agencies such as Unicef.
The commitment, as I understand it, only applied to direct bilateral aid, and not all spending in India, such as technical support, which could be increased.