The India-UK partnership, which has evolved with India’s changing role in the global development landscape, could be key for both India and the world. Last month, as part of Prime Minister Modi’s visit to the UK, it was announced that the already strong India-UK research partnership will continue to grow with investments focused on issues of global importance including technology, agriculture, clean energy, global health, and the environment.
In the context of India’s thriving partnership with the African continent and the two countries’ reaffirmed commitment to responsible global leadership, particularly in vulnerable commonwealth member states, the India-UK cooperation could open up several new opportunities.
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Ashwajit Singh, Vice Chairman and MD of the IPE Global group
Constantino Xavier, Fellow, Carnegie India
Dhiraj Nayyar, Head, Economics, Finance & Commerce, NITI Aayog
Rachel Glennerster, Chief Economist, DfID
Vikrom Mathur, Senior Fellow, ORF
The timing of this event is from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.