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May sees off pro-EU rebellion, wins vote for 'smooth' Brexit

Jun 21 2018 | 6 hrs ago

As the government won the vote 319 to 303, the Prime Minister dubbed it as a crucial step in delivering a smooth Brexit

May faces new battle in parliament over Brexit

Jun 20 2018

May faces a showdown with rebels in her Conservative party after refusing to accept demands for parliament to have a “meaningful vote” on Brexit.

British shares dip as UK corporate woes add to trade war fears

Jun 19 2018

UK shares fell on a global selloff prompted by fears of a full-blown trade war between the U.S. and China, and disappointing domestic corporate news including a profit warning by Debenhams.

'UK still plans to end sale of new diesel, petrol cars by 2040'

Jun 19 2018

Britain still plans to end the sale of new diesel and petrol cars by 2040 and will set out more detail as soon as this week, a government source told Reuters.

Setting up new showdown, May rejects Brexit proposal

Jun 19 2018

PM May will not accept a proposal to hand parliament more control over Brexit, setting up a showdown with MPs who want to prevent Britain from crashing out of the European Union without a deal.

Britain stops short of criticising US immigration policy

Jun 19 2018

Britain responded to an outcry over the U.S. separation of immigrant parents and children by saying it was happy with its own rules not to separate families and that child welfare was a top priority.

Britain has lost the war on cannabis: Former Conservative leader

Jun 19 2018

Britain has lost the battle to drive cannabis off the streets so it should consider legalizing the drug, a former leader of Theresa May’s Conservative Party said.

Parliament rejects Prime Minister May's Brexit laws

Jun 19 2018

Rejection of the Prime Minister’s plans spells an imminent confrontation with pro-EU MPs later this week

PM May's Brexit plans set for defeat, teeing up Wed showdown

Jun 18 2018

May’s Brexit plans face rejection by parliament’s upper chamber, setting the stage for a high-stakes confrontation with rebel lawmakers which could rock her govt.

UK PM May says need to ensure parliament does not overturn Brexit

Jun 17 2018

May said it was important to ensure that parliament could not block Brexit, defending her approach to passing the legislation that will end Britain’s membership of EU.

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Wins bid for Connaught Place in Delhi

Taj Group wins 33-year lease for Connaught Hotel in E-auction

Offered to share 31.8% of annual revenue earned with civic body


Have not received any notice from ED on FEMA violations


U.S. to levy tariff on Indian welded pipes

U.S. imposes anti-subsidy duties of upto 500% on welded pipes from India

China, South Korea, & Turkey to also face duties from U.S.

U.S. imported large-diameter welded pipes worth $294.7 Mn from India in 2017

U.S. International Trade Commission scheduled to make a final decision By Dec 20

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