Archive: India

"The Indian authorities have a lot to answer for. But so too do the British."

The untold story of how Britain turned a blind eye to a Sikh massacre

Recent declassified records reveal why the British government remained silent during a dark moment in Indian history

Opinion Former Articles

  • Rio Tinto and iGATE Patni open world-leading innovation centre in India

    Rio Tinto and iGATE Patni today opened a state-of-the-art innovation centre in Pune, India to support global growth and development of Rio Tinto’s industry-leading Mine of the Future™ programme.

  • CIOT: Pioneering Indian International Taxation Examination Launched

    The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) is launching a new Examination Paper in Indian International Taxation, the first to be offered by a professional tax body anywhere in the world. The new paper will be of interest to tax professionals across the world, including in India itself, who deal with Indian international tax issues. These include specialists from professional services firms, multinational corporations, tax authorities and academics.

  • ESRC: The challenges and opportunities in China and India

    Multinational firms are increasingly locating their innovation activities in China and India. But what are the challenges and opportunities of managing research and development centres in these countries? More importantly, how will these trends impact on the long term competitiveness of the economies of Western European countries and North America?

  • India is developing fast but many remain poor

    UK to end aid to India

    The government will not be making any fresh commitments of aid to India and all donations will cease altogether by 2015, the international development secretary confirmed today.

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