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India, UK note ‘good progress’ on 2030 Roadmap, reaffirm FTA commitment

India, UK note ‘good progress’ on 2030 Roadmap, reaffirm FTA commitment

Image Source : INDIA IN THE UK (X) Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra with his British counterpart Sir Philip Barton. London: Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra, who was on an official two-day to the United Kingdom, took part in the annual India-UK Strategic Dialogue with his counterpart, Sir Philip Barton, Permanent Under-Secretary at the Foreign, Commonwealth and...

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UK imposes strict controls on Indian spice imports amid contamination concerns

UK imposes strict controls on Indian spice imports amid contamination concerns

First Published May 16, 2024, 2:41 PM IST Amid mounting concerns among global food regulators, the United Kingdom has imposed additional control measures on all spice imports from India. This development comes in the wake of contamination allegations against two brands, prompting heightened scrutiny of Indian spice exports. Last month, Hong Kong stopped sales of...

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Whisky, aged and young, at heart of 2 trade pact parleys

Whisky, aged and young, at heart of 2 trade pact parleys

Whisky isn’t whisky unless it spends at least three years in a cask, believe some countries — a belief that has become one of the contentious issues holding up at least two trade deals in which India is the other party. UK says that a spirit cannot be called whisky if it is not matured...

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France, India, Russia, UK warn citizens not to travel to ‘Israel’

France, India, Russia, UK warn citizens not to travel to ‘Israel’

Several countries, including France, India, Russia, Poland, and the United Kingdom, have cautioned their citizens against traveling to “Israel”, the occupied Palestinian territories, and neighboring areas following threats of potential Iranian retaliation. Debris is cleared away after an Israeli attack on the Iranian embassy compound in Damascus, Syria, on Monday. (AFP) Several nations such as...

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Several countries issue travel warnings over Israel-Iran tensions

Several countries issue travel warnings over Israel-Iran tensions

Countries including France, India, Russia, Poland and the United Kingdom have warned their citizens against travelling to Israel, the occupied Palestinian territories and, in some cases, the wider region amid threats of an Iranian attack in response to a strike this month on its consulate in Damascus. Iran has threatened reprisals against Israel over the...

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Toyam Sports partners with World Championship of Legends

Toyam Sports partners with World Championship of Legends

Last Updated : Feb 26 2024 | 10:04 AM IST Toyam Sports (TSL) announced its partnership with the World Championship of Legends (WCL) through its subsidiary, Pacific Star Sports (PSS). This noteworthy partnership signifies TSL’s substantial investment in the upcoming T20 cricket league, scheduled to take place at Edgbaston, United Kingdom, from July 3 to...

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London’s Bold Move: UK-India infrastructure bridge set to redefine global investment landscape

London’s Bold Move: UK-India infrastructure bridge set to redefine global investment landscape

In a diplomatic chess game where negotiations on the UK-India Free Trade Agreement have hit some stumbling blocks, London’s Lord Mayor, Michael Mainelli, in an interview with CNBC-TV18, talks about the game-changing initiative that could tilt the balance in favor of robust economic partnerships. The UK-India Infrastructure Bridge – a dynamic project with the potential...

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Where America’s clothes go to die: Shocking images lay bare the West’s fast fashion shame – with mountains of trash that can be seen from SPACE causing an environmental disaster around the world

Where America’s clothes go to die: Shocking images lay bare the West’s fast fashion shame – with mountains of trash that can be seen from SPACE causing an environmental disaster around the world

America is the largest exporter of used clothing in the world, sending its rejected items to far flung countries where they are burnt, languish in dumps or pollute seas. The US exported $834 million worth of used clothing – over $100 million more than the second biggest exporter, China, in 2021, according to the latest...