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UK shouldn't take India relationship for granted: Cameron

Serenity: David Cameron has said he would like to return to the Golden Temple
PRIME minister David Cameron has said that Britain should not “for one moment take for granted” its “vital relationship” with India, while acknowledging there were irritants in the relationship recently over issues such as visas. Cameron, who has made two visits to India as prime minister since 2010, also spoke of his ambition to strengt...




Once-shunned Modi to meet Obama in Washington

INDIAN Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday (July 11) accepted an invite to meet US President Barack Obama in Washington in September, a statement said, as the two countries look to rebuild strained relations. US Deputy Secretary of State W More News »

India building world's highest railway bridge

INDIAN engineers are toiling in the Himalayas to build the world's highest railway bridge which is expected to be 35 metres taller than the Eiffel Tower when completed by 2016. The arch-shaped steel structure is being constructed over the More News »

India targets middlemen in food chain to control inflation

EVERY few weeks farmer Jay Narayan Singh hauls onions and potatoes in a hired lorry to a wholesale market an hour's drive from his home in the country's northern plains, only to sell his vegetables at a quarter of the prices retail consume More News »

Second man charged with murdering father of four

A 23-year-old has been charged with the murder of a father of four who died from a stab wound to the neck in Birmingham last week. Khalid Jan, from Sparkbrook, will appear in Birmingham Magistrates Court today, he is accused of killing 28-yea More News »
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Google sets sights on TVs, cars and watches

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