In this exclusive interview, Lord Karan Bilimoria, Chancellor of the University of Birmingham, President of the UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) and Co-Chairman of the International Students APPG shares his thoughts on UK India ties in education and the importance of recognising international students as future ambassadors for their alma mater.
NEWS IN BRIEF
Baba Kalyani is the Chairman and Managing Director of Bharat Forge, one of India's giants in the manufacturing space. In [...]
INDIA, AFRICA’S FRIEND IN NEED
When the world emerges from the Covid-19 crisis there will be a greater need to improve and upgrade healthcare infrastructure. And Indian healthcare companies will have a lot to offer Africa in that respect.
India has opportunistically bought and stored cheap oil. As it actively ramps up strategic petroleum reserves from its current base of 9 days to 90 days cover, private players can find ways to benefit in this ten-fold capacity buildout.
CHECK AND CHECKMATE
The Indian Prime Minister’s hard-nosed strategy of building bridges with the West is paying rich dividends; the US and Germany highlighted Beijing’s growing diplomatic isolation by blocking an insidious Chinese proposal to blame India for the June 29 terror attack on the Karachi Stock Exchange.
As the world battles Covid-19 with no clear end in sight, the proposal for an enhanced regulatory framework under the new bill will boost the ease of doing business in [...]