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As Brexit looms, it’s time for Britain to forge a new, equal relationship with India

There is an urgent need for the UK to recognise the shift in the balance of power towards a new global India and transform the relationship into a strategic alliance. A visit from Prince Charles is the perfect prompt

By Manoj Ladwa  

The Indian Prime Minister’s meeting with HRH Prince Charles this week is no ordinary meeting.

The two could hardly have come from more different backgrounds: Prince Charles was born the heir to the British throne; the Indian Prime Minister was born into a humble family that once sold tea on trains. His mother washed pots for a living.

Yet despite Narendra Modi’s remarkably less privileged background, his handshake with the Prince of Wales marks a…

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