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Economic Fugitives Not Welcome In UK: PM Johnson

Asked about the extradition of economic offenders Nirav Modi and Vijay Mallya to India, Johnson said "legal technicalities" have made it "very difficult"

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Russia Seeks Indian Investment In Its Oil And Gas Sector

The United States this week banned Russian oil imports and Britain said it will phase them out by year end, decisions expected to further disrupt the global energy market, where Russia is the second-largest exporter of crude

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Cairn Withdraws All Lawsuits Against India, To Get Rs 7,900 Cr Tax Refund

The critical lawsuit in a French court, which had attached Indian properties on the petition of Cairn, was withdrawn thereafter and the one in the Netherlands too was dropped.

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UK Blames ''Heavy-Handed'' EU For Brexit Deal Problems

The crisis straining U.K.-EU relations stems from trade arrangements for Northern Ireland, the only part of the U.K. that has a land border with the 27-nation bloc.

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AUKUS Alliance With Australia, Britain Not Against Any Country: White House

Unveiling the ambitious security initiative virtually, US President Joe Biden, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison in a joint statement said their move will promote stability in the Indo-Pacific and support of their shared values and interests.

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Britain's Economic Growth Slowed More Than Expected In July

The economy expanded 0.1% in the month, down from 1% in June. Economists had expected gross domestic product to increase by 0.5%, according to a survey conducted by Pantheon Macroeconomics.

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London Film Festival Welcomes Audiences Back To The Movies

About 37% of the features are directed by women — not yet parity, but up from a quarter four years ago and “heading in the right direction,” festival director Tricia Tuttle said.

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UK Warns Of ''Imminent'' Terrorist Attack At Kabul Airport

The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) said on Wednesday that the situation in the region remains “volatile”, with the advice being for British citizens and other evacuees to find a safe location and await further advice.

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$1.2bn Arbitration Award: Govt Says No Formal Proposal From Cairn To Settle Dispute

Cairn has identified USD 70 billion of Indian assets overseas for the potential seizure to collect the award, which now totals to USD 1.72 billion after including interest and penalty.

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Britain's NatWest Bank Faces Money Laundering Charges

NatWest had previously disclosed in its 2020 annual report an FCA investigation in relation to "certain money services businesses and related parties".

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Govt Should Ask UK To Cut Non-Trade Barriers On Indian Alcoholic Beverages: CIABC

Exports to the UK constitute only 0.2 per cent of India's total outward shipments of alcoholic beverages, whereas imports from the UK stood at 24 per cent of India's total import of alcoholic beverages.

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Britain's Burberry To Beat Forecasts After Sales Rebound

Shares in Burberry jumped as much as 10% in early deals to the highest level since Jan. 22, 2020. They were trading up 8.3% at 2,153 pence at 0859 GMT.

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UK's M&S Seeks To Turbocharge Online Sales With Guest Clothes Brands

M&S Chief Executive Steve Rowe said last year the group, still Britain's biggest clothing retailer by value, was shifting strategy and would sell other brands to broaden its appeal.

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UK Starts Probe On Apple's Alleged Anti-Competitive Behaviour

Apple charges a commission of up to 30% to developers on the value of transactions or any time a consumer buys their app.

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Women Finance Firm Directors Earn 66% Less Than Men In UK, Study Finds

Britain suspended the need for companies to report on the gender pay gap in their workforces due to the coronavirus pandemic, a step the government said would not derail attempts to pay men and women fairly.

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