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Beleaguered Liquour Tycoon Vijay Mallya Sees No Grounds For Extradition To India

Vijay Mallya says Central Bureau of Investigation, at the behest of the government, converted the Kingfisher Airlines loans case into a criminal matter, but have absolutely no case against him

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India, UK Discuss Pending Deportation, Extradition Cases

India and the UK on Tuesday held discussions on various issues pertaining to pending cases relating to deportation and extradition

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Britain Will Leave EU Single Market As Theresa May Sets Aim For 'Hard Brexit'

Britain will quit the European Union's single market when it exits the bloc, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday, in a decisive speech that quashed speculation she would seek a compromise deal to stay inside the world's biggest trading bloc

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Theresa May Indicates Britain Will Seek 'Hard Brexit' In EU Talks

Britain will not seek a Brexit deal that leaves it "half in, half out" of the EU, Prime Minister Theresa May will say on Tuesday in a speech setting out her priorities for divorce talks which indicates she is prepared to leave the single market

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UK Offers Liberal Visa Scheme For Indian Businessmen

Eyeing India as a key trade partner after exiting from the European Union, the UK on Monday announced a first-ever easier visa regime for Indian businessmen that will come with swifter passage through British airports and access to EU

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India All Set To Rewrite Diplomacy With UK

The implications of Brexit have indeed put Britain’s economic fate at stake, but India is all set to cash-in on the situation during the visit of Theresa May by rephrasing its diplomacy

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UK Minister Priti Patel On India Visit To Tap Post-Brexit Avenues

India is among Patel's first major overseas visits within weeks of assuming charge as the UK's international development minister under the new Theresa May-led government

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Brexit Shockwaves Hit UK Consumers, Companies Brace For Slowdown

Shockwaves from Britain's vote to leave the European Union are reverberating through the economy, with surveys published on Thursday showing a dive in consumer confidence and a slowdown in construction

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Brexit, What Brexit? Global Shares Near 2016 Highs

Stock markets traded within sight of their highest levels this year on Wednesday as the prospect of stimulative economic policy across the developed world eased immediate concern over Britain's vote to leave the European Union

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Britain's Pro-Brexit Voice Nigel Farage Quits As Far-right Party Head

Nigel Farage, who campaigned for Britain to leave the European Union, on Monday quit as the leader of the anti-immigrant UKIP party, saying he wanted his 'life back' as he has fulfilled his political ambition of 'Brexit'

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India Slips To 75th Place In Terms Of Money In Swiss Banks; UK On Top

India was placed at 61st place last year, while it used to among top-50 countries in terms of holdings in Swiss banks till 2007. The country was ranked highest at 37th place in the year 2004

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Political And Economic Implications Of Brexit

The days ahead for the UK as well as for EU are uncertain and risk prone and require astute political leadership to resolve the crisis that the nation presently faces

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Brexit May Make UK Real Estate Cheaper For Indian Buyers

Indian investors may look at acquiring properties in UK, including in London, following devaluation of pound and fall in real estate prices due to Britain's exit from European Union, property consultants said

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Britain Votes To Leave EU In Historic Divorce

Britain has voted to leave the European Union, an outcome that would set the country on an uncertain path and deal the largest setback to European efforts to forge greater unity since World War Two

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'Leave' Scents Victory As European Union Vote Divides Britain

Britain's bitterly contested referendum on whether to quit the European Union was too close to call on Friday as partial results showed a deeply divided nation, while the pound was hammered on growing market fears of a 'Brexit'

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