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Vedanta’s $20 billion chip, display unit to start production in two years

  Oil-to-metals conglomerate Vedanta chairman Anil Agarwal has said that the firm will finalise a location for its $20 billion (£15.9bn) semiconductor and display plants in...

Tata Motors looks to buy Ford India plant in electric vehicle push

  Indian automaker Tata Motors Ltd has signed an agreement to potentially buy a Ford Motor manufacturing facility in the western state of Gujarat as...

How the state can help UK’s housing market

  AS prime minister Boris Johnson successfully delivered Brexit and won the 2019 election, 2020 started with great hope and optimism. However, the outbreak of Covid-19 came...

India-UK FTA could be ready by Diwali: Piyush Goyal

  THE way things are progressing between the two negotiating teams, a free trade agreement (FTA) between India and the UK could be ready by Diwali without the need...

Tesla won’t manufacture in India unless allowed to sell, service cars: Elon Musk

  American electric carmaker Tesla, which has been seeking reduction in import duties to sell its vehicles in India, will not manufacture its products locally...

Hinduja Group set to redevelop heritage structure in India for over £700m

  Having demonstrated its expertise after redeveloping the iconic Old War Office (OWO) in London, the Hinduja Group has similar projects in the pipeline across...

Vistara launches more flights to Coimbatore

  INDIAN airline Vistara on Friday (20) started daily direct flights between the capital Delhi and Coimbatore in southern India, the company said in a...

PM Modi’s 3Ts mantra for resilient supply chains at Indo Pacific Economic Framework meet...

INDIAN prime minister Narendra Modi on Monday (23) joined US president Joe Biden in the launch of a US-initiated trade framework aimed at deeper...

Jet Airways likely to resume operations in July

  INDIA’s Jet Airways can now resume commercial flights as the directorate general of civil aviation (DGCA) on Friday (20) granted Air Operator Certificate (AOC)...

Ukraine war puts Indian diamond polishers out of work

INDIA’S huge diamond-polishing industry has furloughed around 250,000 of its roughly two million workers because of sanctions on Russia hitting supplies, a trade union...