March 7: Pictures of the day

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron arrives at the Conservative spring forum, in Cardiff.

India's unpredictable and non-transparent business climate could derail the growth of trade ties between Britain and Asia's third largest economy, British Prime Minister David Cameron has warned his Indian counterpart.

Regulatory delays over London-listed Cairn Energy's $9.6 billion asset sale to Vedanta Resources, and legal wrangling over India's $2.6 billion Vodafone tax demand were raised by Cameron in the letter sent to Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh last month.

Cameron, who visited India last year intent on securing big-ticket business deals, is keen on fostering substantial trade ties with the emerging power to boost economic growth in Britain, still struggling from the effects of the global recession.

Pictures by Reuters

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