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Women of India, Women of Britain, Women of the World

They nearly did it. The Indian cricket team nearly won the world cup in cricket. The women came a lot closer than the men.

How do you make money from Brexit? Remember how Soros made money - £1billion – from the collapse of Sterling? Again, that was because of Europe and Sterling being pegged to the German Mark.

A few years ago I wrote “I write to you having returned from India, Dubai, Malaysia and Singapore. I visited our High Commissions in Delhi, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. On my return I have just done a BBC interview. Let me tell you why I am optimistic...

A few years ago I wrote “I write to you having returned from India, Dubai, Malaysia and Singapore. I visited our High Commissions in Delhi, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. On my return I have just done a BBC interview. Let me tell you why I am optimistic...

The England and India Cricket team captains worry the red poppy to re-launch the initiative to commemorate the service in World War 1 of Indian soldiers on this the Centenary of the end of the War. As Britain has another conflict with Europe...

The US stock market is at near all time highs. Google is headed by an Indian. Microsoft is headed by an Indian. Adobe is headed by an Indian. Cognizant is headed by an Indian. Pepsi is headed by an Indian. It’s not the Indians, it’s the diversity...

With one of the world’s richest men, Warren Buffett’s company Berkshire Hathaway investing in Indian payment processing company Paytm, giving the latter a valuation of around $12 billion, you yourself may wonder how you get into investing in...

What works when it comes to investing? What does the research say? As British Asians become every more wealthy, they can still fall behind if they do not understand investments beyond property alone.

“Now I am become the death, the destroyer of worlds’. These were first words uttered in awe when man first saw the devastation of an atomic detonation. They were spoken by the scientist that led the Manhattan Project to create the atom bomb...



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