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British ministers on India visit

  • William Hague, George Osborne, Pawan Goenka, M&M

    George Osborne, Member of Parliament, Chancellor of the Exchequer, United Kingdom and Pawan Goenka, Executive Director, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. with the Mahindra e2o during a visit to company’s manufacturing facility in Mumbai. Osborne said that the Indian auto major M&M will invest 20 million pounds in UK to produce electric cars, which will be rolled out next year.

  • William Hague, George Osborne

    William Hague, UK Foreign Secretary and George Osborne, Britain's Chancellor speak during a meeting with Indian business leaders in Mumbai. The British ministers are on a three-day visit to India. Pointing on the scope for joint work on foreign policy front, Hague said, "We want to work with India to ensure growing global systemic instability does not become worse." Further, he reiterated UK's support for permanent seat for India in United Nations Security Council. As India grows it will have to carry more responsibility in the global affairs, he said.

  • William Hague, George Osborne

    George Osborne, Britain's Chancellor speaks during a meeting with Indian business leaders in Mumbai. The British ministers are on a three-day visit to India. George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer, said there is huge turnaround in sentiments about economic prospects of India in last seven weeks. Now the challenge is to turn the sentiments into conncrete plan to push the growth by newly elected Modi government. "Good days are coming for British India relations. The thrust will be on bilateral trade and jobs."

  • William Hague, George Osborne

    William Hague, UK Foreign Secretary speaks during a meeting with Indian business leaders in Mumbai. The British ministers are on a three-day visit to India. Outlining the priority for furthering the ties beween the two commonwealth nations, UK foreign affairs minister William Hague said the emphasis will be on developing strong economic ties for job growth and supporting exports from UK to India.

  • William Hague, George Osborne, Narendra Modi, Arun Jaitley

    William Hague, UK Foreign Secretary and George Osborne, Britain's Chancellor speak during a meeting with Indian business leaders in Mumbai. The British ministers are on a three-day visit to India. Osborne said he would meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and finance minister Arun Jaitley to take forward bilateral ties. He said the UK government will support efforts to develop rupee to become international currency and also announced the rupee denominated export credit finance to give boost to bilateral trade. Photos by Suryakant Niwate

  • Raghuam Rajan, George Osborne

    Britain's Chancellor George Osborne shakes hands with RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan (left) at Reserve Bank of India in Mumbai. UK today outlined three key areas for bilateral relations with emphasis on infrastructure development, education and research and development and foreign policy, especially on counter terrorism. Photo by Kamlesh Pednekar

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