The duo discussed the implementation of the ‘2030 Roadmap’ of the India-UK Enhanced Trade Partnership (ETP) to pave way for a Free Trade Agreement
During a virtual summit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson held a wide-ranging discussion on important global, regional and bilateral issues.
The investments confirmed by Downing Street on Monday evening form part of an Enhanced Trade Partnership (ETP), which the two leaders will formally sign off during their talks today
Announcing the summit, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said PM Modi and his British counterpart Boris Johnson will unveil a 10-year roadmap to further expand India-UK ties
Boris Johnson was to spend a few days in India starting April 26 as part of a planned itinerary, however, with the pandemic crisis in India the itinerary has had to be reworked.
Look forward to visiting India later this year and strengthening our friendship, the British Prime Minister said in a video message
The mass murder, genocide and persecution of minorities in Pakistan must be stopped, the letter notes, urging UK to issue an inquiry
India-UK FTA would help in removing the customs duty disadvantages faced by domestic players in Britain, according to a trade expert
India Pride Project had informed the High Commission last year about the missing artefacts
Extradition of economic offenders was one of the key issues discussed in the Foreign Secretary's recent visit to the UK.
British PM Johnson's Conservative Party secured a majority in the House of Commons.
Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar described the Labour Party's move as an attempt at "pandering to vote-bank interests."
Responding to the tweet by India in the UK, London Mayor Sadiq Khan condemned the violent protests, saying it was 'unacceptable'.
Violent clashes took place outside the Indian High Commission when thousands of people converged there for pre-planned protests and counter-demonstrations on Thursday.
The former Mayor of London and former Foreign Secretary, 55, has earlier referred to himself as the son-in-law of India.
Mallya, who has been on bail on an extradition warrant since his arrest in April last year, is fighting extradition to India on charges of fraud and money laundering.
The 47-year-old minister, after resigning, released a statement apologising for his inappropriate behavior.
"Very welcome to London, Prime Minister," May said as she greeted Modi, who arrived in a Tata Motors' Range Rover.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses a function to commemorate the ‘Samvidhan Divas’, at Parliament, in New Delhi.PTI Photo/Manvender Vashist
Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla addresses a function to commemorate ‘Samvidhan Divas’, at Parliament, in New Delhi.PTI Photo/Manvender Vashist
President Ram Nath Kovind addresses a function to commemorate the ‘Samvidhan Divas’, at Parliament, in New Delhi.PTI Photo/Manvender Vashist
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia and other leaders take a pledge on the 72nd National Law Day during the state BJP working committee meeting in Bhopal.PTI Photo
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses a function to commemorate ‘Samvidhan Divas’, at Parliament, in New Delhi.PTI Photo/Manvender Vashist
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