Government reforms help raise India ratings

International rating agency Moody's has upgraded the India's local and foreign currency issuer ratings from Baa3 to Baa2, also changing the outlook on the rating to stable from positive. The agency has claimed the Modi government's implementation of several reform programmes to be the cause. The upgrade came after a gap of 13 years, with the last upgrade ironically also coming under a NDA-regime led by Atal Behari Vajpayee.

UK’s National Indian Students and Alumni Union announces partnership with National Union of Students

The National Indian Students and Alumni Union (NISAU), the UK’s apex national organisation representing students, alumni and young professionals of Indian origin hosted “Ideas for India” a unique event on Tuesday 14 November celebrating the...

Mo Bro's flourishing grooming brand

Sometimes, disasters can help you in achieving greater things in life. In 2014, three brothers' disastrous attempt of growing facial hair led them to co-found Mo Bro's, which creates accessories and products for styling, maintaining and grooming...

Government reforms help raise India ratings

International rating agency Moody's has upgraded the India's local and foreign currency issuer ratings from Baa3 to Baa2, also changing the outlook on the rating to stable from positive. The agency has claimed the Modi government's implementation...

Happy To Be Wrong

We have a relatively small rental department, which has been born off the back of our sourcing business; we manage several properties in central London, and a few outside.

England players to donate cash to bankrupt Samoan Rugby Union

England’s players have decided to donate part of their match fees to bankrupt Samoan Rugby Union

Sizzling Saina surprises Sindhu

Shuttlers Saina Nehwal and HS Prannoy stunned hot favourites PV Sindhu and Kidambi Srikanth to emerge champions in the 82nd Senior National Badminton Championship at Nagpur last week

Leading Lights with Rani Singh

Lekshmi Menion; Using British Beauty Knowledge to help Indians

  • 13 Nov 2017

One UK graduate has taken something British women often take for granted and used her passion for the topic to enhance the lives of others. Meet Lekshmi Menon, beauty expert to the underprivileged. 

One to One with Keith Vaz MP

Peter Harding

  • 15 Nov 2017

Peter Harding is the Chief Operating Officer of Lucozade Ribena Suntory Ltd (LRS).

Motherhood has not changed my work life: Kareena

Motherhood is definitely one of the momentous times of a woman's life, and while it turns everything upside down for normal people, actress and diva Kareena Kapoor Khan said her professional life has not been affected much.

SRK & Anushka find a new obsession

Actors and co-stars Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma have found a new obsession, and it is a humbling game called Ludo

Narita Bahra: Redefining the Bar

Move over Ally McBeal, Bahra’s arrived with all the millennial substance and grit. Working for a leading Barristers Chambers - 2 Hare Court – named as premier chambers in the UK, the vivacious yet incisive criminal defence lawyer is a head-turning,...

Dr Manoj Joshi: On Climate Modelling, Exploring Mars and Appreciating Academia

In honour of World Space Week, which took place from the 4th – 10th October last week, Asian Voice spoke to Dr Manoj Joshi, a prolific Senior Lecturer at the University of East Anglia, specialising in Climate Dynamics. Joshi moved to the area...


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