A series of green bond listings on the London Stock Exchange to raise funds for Indian infrastructure projects dominated the bilateral relationship in recent months. India, UK to ink pact in urban transport sector India and the UK will sign a pact soon for cooperation in policy planning, technology transfer and institutional organisation in the urban transport sector. India’s Transport Minister, Nitin Gadkari, met UK’s Transport Secretary Chris Grayling in London recently and discussed a draft memorandum of understanding (MoU) [...]
With more than 100 Indian companies active in the region, Malawi offers a much wider market for India in the years to come. One of the country’s leading investment promoters makes his pitch for Indian business. Malawi has had a cordial long-standing bilateral relationship with India which dates back to 1964, when Malawi gained its independence from the British. Malawi has a functioning Mission in Delhi, which it opened in February 2007. Since then, there have been nine major Head [...]
The Indian health sector is booming as it scouts around for the best alliances across Europe. These pacts will prove crucial in the country's quest to meet stringent global standards of the future.
The year 2015 will go down in history as one that laid the groundwork for the promised “acchhe din” (good times), with enough concrete indicators that the Indian economy is set for a bounce. A series of far reaching measures taken by the Narendra Modi government is slowly beginning to bear fruit. The most important of these is the decision to front load the government’s capital expenditure, especially in the roads and highways, railways and rural infrastructure sectors
India Inc. took stock of the recent visit by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the UK with a high-profile summit to assess the impact on India-UK relations. “This visit has truly been a vibrant illustration of the partnership and the commitment we have to India… the UK will remain the place for India to come to within Europe,” was the message from Priti Patel, Britain’s employment minister.