UK witnesses increase of 63 per cent student visas from India
The latest statistics released by the UK's Office for National Statistics (ONS) reveal that 30,550 Indian students received a Tier 4 Study Visa for the year ending September 2019, up from nearly 18,730 the previous year.
UK's Johnson promises Brexit for Christmas in manifesto
With less than three weeks before Britain heads to the polls on Dec. 12, the governin...
View: India’s economy needs PM Modi to reinvent himself — again
Modi has already reinvented himself once, from a business-friendly CM to a we...
UK shares skyrocket on Johnson's sweeping win
The export-heavy FTSE 100 index rose 1% as negative impact from strong sterling was offset by a rally in utilities, retailers, housebuilders and banking stocks.
India's apparel exports to EU face a duty disadvantage: Smriti Irani
India's exports of textile and apparel sector (including handicrafts) have increased from USD 39.3 billion (around Rs ) in 2017-18 to USD 40.4 billion in 2018-19," Irani said in a written reply to the Lok Sabha.
India seeks review of FTAs with ASEAN, Japan: Goyal
Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal said that eight rounds of negotiations have been held with South Korea for upgrading the existing comprehensive FTA.
Pound powers higher as expected Tory win clears Brexit doubts
Against the euro, sterling rose around 2 per cent to as high as 82.80 pence.
UK PM Johnson pledges to end Brexit uncertainty, says it has paralyzed economy
The date of Britain’s exit has been delayed three times.
Rice export prices drop to the lowest in five years
Iran used to buy a quarter of India’s annual basmati exports of 4-4.5 million tonnes.
Probe finds SKF, Schaeffler, Tata Steel units colluded on bearings prices
An investigation by the Competition Commission of India, which began in 2017, has concluded that Tata Steel, SKF & Schaeffler colluded on pricing of bearing. India's bearings market is worth $1.3 billion, according to ICRA Research. CCI can fine firms up to three times the profit made in each year of wrongdoing or 10% of revenue, whichever is higher.
Britain, European Union reach Brexit deal, Boris Johnson hails 'great new deal'
Britain and the European Union said Thursday that they have struck an outline Brexit deal after days of intense see-saw negotiations, though...
Boris Johnson promises Australian-style visa policy from January 2021
In a speech on the General Election campaign trail, Johnson called for people to vote for the Conservative Party to get Brexit done by the January 31 deadline and put all related changes in motion thereafter. The party has pegged its post-Brexit skills-based visa plans as one that would be equally applied to nationals of all countries.
UK's Nigel Farage offers Boris Johnson a deal if Brexit plan dropped
British eurosceptic politician Nigel Farage tried to ramp up pressure on Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday, saying his Bre...
US official denies knowing Ukraine aid linked to Biden probe
In public testimony before the House impeachment inquiry, Kurt Volker said he understands now, thanks to hindsight and the testimony of other witnesses, that Trump was using the aid to pressure Ukraine to investigate Biden's son, Hunter, and his role on the board of a Ukrainian gas company, Burisma.
UK PM Boris Johnson accepts Brexit delay, pursues election
"I have no discretion under the UK's European Union (Withdrawal) (No. 2) Act 2019, which was imposed on this government against its will, to do anything other than confirm the UK's formal agreement to this extension," Johnson said.
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