UK Edition – 14 Feb-27 Feb 2020
UK Edition – 14 Feb-27 Feb 2020
Staying ahead of the trade curveSaloni Shah
UK’s Deputy Trade Commissioner for South Asia urges UK businesses to deepen engagement with India as it is quickly racing [...]
Developing products for the transport of tomorrowSaloni Shah
Mandhir Singh is the Chief Operating Officer of Castrol, part of London-headquartered BP. In this interview with ...
The time for action is nowSaloni Shah
Looking forward to the COP26 in Glasgow towards the end of the year, the Lord Mayor of the City of [...]
The “Living Bridge” effect on UK-India tiesSaloni Shah
A first-of-its-kind research into the Indian diaspora’s influence on UK-India relations throws up not only some solid tax and revenue [...]
The UK Edition celebrates the massive Diaspora Effect as Boris Johnson’s Cabinet reshuffle throws up an unprecedented top team of Indian-origin ministers. A range of expert views, interviews and analyses make up the rest of the edition.
Air corridors to help fulfill potential of India’s ties with Central AsiaSaloni Shah
Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar has said India is exploring air corridors between India and five ‘Stans’ of Central Asia [...]
Suited to the teaSaloni Shah
Prime Minister, Boris Johnson’s reshuffle of his top team spells good news for Indian-origin MPs.
Indian economy is just getting warmed upSaloni Shah
Global rating agency Standards & Poor’s new projections confirms the future for India’s economy looks bright, despite...
Trump’s visit signals a closer geostrategic clinchSaloni Shah
Trump’s upcoming visit to India promises a closer bilateral alliance over the Indo-Pacific region and the rise of China.
Don’t cloud Modi’s progressive agendaManoj Ladwa
The shrill debate around the Indian government’s recent decisions on Kashmir and citizenship has clouded a slew of measures that [...]
India’s brain gain: A new trajectory for talentSaloni Shah
The previous ‘brain drain’ trend of young Indians migrating overseas for a better quality of life is now indicating a [...]
As Brexit recedes into history, time for a new chapterSaloni Shah
In the words of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Brexit is receding into history and therefore it is time for [...]
Diversity makes good business senseSaloni Shah
The CEO of the UK’s leading digital venture builder expounds on the need for diversity and inclusion in workplaces and [...]
Decoding Budget 2020 for start-upsSaloni Shah
Start-ups featured as the stars of the Indian Budget tabled in early February, with several new announcements that address funding, [...]
Jaishankar’s Tunisia trip is important for its timingSaloni Shah
The Indian External Affairs Minister’s recent visit to Tunisia highlights India’s commitment to engaging with both larger and smaller economies [...]
Tunisia – A pool of talent in the MediterraneanSaloni Shah
The African nation invites Indian investors to partake in its growth journey with a wide array of financial advantages and [...]
Providing reliable, efficient and environmentally conscious service across the UK’s rail networkSaloni Shah
Anit Chandarana is the Chief of Staff at Network Rail, the owner and developer of Britain’s rail infrastructure. In this interview,..
Tata Motors bucks post-Brexit auto industry trend in UKSaloni Shah
The Tata Group owned Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) made a return to profit amid an overall gloomy outlook for the [...]
Air India sale to boost Modi government’s reformist credentialsSaloni Shah
India’s national carrier, which failed to find a buyer when it was put on the block two years ago, is [...]
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