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The only objectionable part of May's visa policy is its favour for the rich in India.
According to a recent report, something as trivial as the colour of shoes being worn by a candidate can result in them being refused an investment banking job in London. In addition to the shoes a person is wearing, their clothing, accent, and mannerisms are also major factors in determining whether they get accepted.
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The advisory was part of an in-flight magazine.
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India may emerge as the "must invest destination" among emerging markets for strategic and financial investors in the wake of global uncertainty.
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The British have shocked the financial, political and business establishments of the world by voting to leave (52%) the European Union in the referendum of 23 June 2016. Here's an analysis, in simple terms, of the implications of this outcome.
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Too many cooks spoil the broth, and this seems particularly true in the case of the European Union (EU). The Brexit debate, on whether or not Britain will leave the European Union, has raised questions on where the EU's economy is headed. After years of stress post-2008, most major economies have got back on their feet, but not the EU. It remains a meaningful economy, but its continued woes are a definite cause for concern.
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The Government on Monday told the Supreme Court that India should not stake a claim to the famed Kohinoor diamond as 'it was neither stolen nor forcibly taken away.' Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar, ap...
Britain's Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has initiated a criminal inquiry into Tata Group’s steel-making busine in the country and is examining documents pertaining to around 500 customers of the Indian...
"Al-Nakba" is an Arabic word meaning "the catastrophe". Sixty-eight years ago, on 29 November, 1947, the UN Security Council rolled out Resolution 181 on Palestine, putting wheels on a runaway train that continues to mow down Arabs and Jews alike. By legitimising Israel's declaration of independence a year later, this resolution marked the first Nakba of November for Palestinian Arabs. The second Nakba of November took place 73 years before 1947, with the birth of one Chaim Weizmann in a small village near Pinsk, Russia...
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From the times of the colonial Raj to modern India, Britain has always shown a strong appetite for Indian goods, with huge conglomerates such as Tata group and Reliance all making large indents across the British market. However, there still remains a stop gap in the connectivity of home-grown Indian brands in the British mass-market.
LONDON/NEW DELHI — Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday left for a a three-day visit to Britain which will start with talks with his British counterpart David Cameron who has described the trip as...
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He's 21. She's 68. They're in love and the villain in the story, as this Indian Expre exclusive finds, is the Delhi High Court, who finds the age difference between them 'questionable.' What however...
Sikhs in Britain will now have the right to wear a turban at majority of workplaces and be exempted from legal action for failing to to wear safety helmets in le hazardous industries, the British gov...
Nevertheless, neither Britain nor France were naive in their carving up of old Ottoman territory. They required a stable Middle-East for trade, not a strong one. Both were fine with the natives squabbling amongst themselves and needing their protection. They would happily maintain the status quo. Even if this sectarian soup ever spilled over, it would still be "manageable chaos."