外文标题：British ministers to visit India; meet Modi, Sushma
NEW DELHI: British ministers William Hague and George Osborne will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj when they visit India July 7 and 8.
Secretary of state for foreign and commonwealth affairs William Hague and chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne will jointly call on Prime Minister Narendra Modi July 8, a ministry of external affairs statement said Saturday.
The two ministers will hold delegation level talks with Swaraj at the Hyderabad House July 8.
“Both sides will discuss bilateral, regional and global issues of mutual interest,” the statement added.
Osborne will also hold economic and financial dialogue with finance minister Arun Jaitley.
They are also scheduled to visit Mumbai.
Mzuri Asante (India)
Send the Brits back home
Business interests. They think Indians as penny wise and pound foolish
Tell them to restore Diwali holiday for Hindus living in UK. All UK schools must be tolerant and include Diwali holiday in their yearly curriculum. Stop discrimination against Hinduism in UK.
KIM D (Unknown)
UK Ruled India once upon a time !! Modiji hope you can convey this message to them and ask them to have a new view for new Generation of Indians ~!
Brittish canvassing of INDIA must be for their selfish interests which hopefully INDIA is very much COGNIZANT especially their “CHARM OFFENSIVES”to trip gullible INDIAN POLITICIANS&BUREAUCRATS.
Anu Gosavi (Anu Gosavi)
There is nothing left to steal from India. I can not stand UK. They still think that we are second class citizens.
bonkim2003 (Location) replies to Anu Gosavi
But 60% of Indians don’t have clean water and toilets.
F you (New Zealand)
INDIA SHOULD BREAK AWAY FROM UK , MUCH BETTER OFF WITH GERMANY ENGLISH RACIST AND STILL HOLD COLONIAL RULER MENTALLITY — CONGRESS TOOK ORDERS FROM ENGLAND AND RULED INDIA ACCORDING TO THE NEEDS OF ENGLAND FOR 60 YEARS — STOP SENDING ROYALTIES TO QUEEN
bonkim2003 (Location) replies to F you
What are you doing in New Zealand? Applying for asylum?
gaurav lasod (Unknown)
good opportunities to increase trade between both countries
Amongst all of the colonial powers, England was probably the fairest. We should welcome them but not be beguiled by their tact and diplomacy. Let’s learn from them, they are a very learned and progressive people.
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India should boycott Britain until they apologise and compensate the genocide perpetrated during colonial regime and ofcourse return our stolen artefact including Kohinoor diamond. Until then no trade trade deal with Britain, happy to know our fighter jets are being sourced from France. Britis are cunning but not intelligent.
Vinod Bajaj (Jumari Tallaya)
Please do not read too much into this. Every time there is a change in the government these visits do happen to get to know counterparts. Nothing to do with ModiJi’s carishma or charm.
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They are short of cash perhaps and UK needs more Indian investments there we guess!
Monica (New Delhi)
Will India serve mango to the British delegation?
Vijay Bali (BHARAT)
good all foreign country ministers calling on Modi