British PM David Cameron seeks 'special' relationship with India

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And the British PM is back in India with a huge business delegation while some are stuck in wondering where Indians shit and pee.

It's more like Britain is desperate to have something going with India. Wonder when many in ARRSE realize why Britain is desperate for a "special" relationship with India
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MUMBAI: British Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday began his India visit seeking a "special relationship" between the two countries, saying it is "about the future and not the past" for which sky is the limit.

"I want Britain and India to have a special relationship...this is a relationship about the future, not the past," Cameron said in his first public engagement here-- an interaction with the staff of Hindustan Unilever, the Indian unit of British consumer products' giant, Unilever.

Describing India as one of the "great phenomena" of the century, Cameron, who is on a three-day visit to India, his second since assuming office in May 2010, said the enormous growth of the country is going to make it the third largest economy by 2030.

"I am heading the biggest-ever business delegation to leave British shores. India's rise is going to be one of the great phenomena of the century and it is incredibly impressive to see the vibrancy of your democracy, the great strength of your diversity and the enormous power of your economy that is going to be one of the top three economies by 2030," he said.

"As far as I am concerned, sky is the limit.. it's about business, economy and trade. But it is also about culture, politics, diplomacy. India is going to be one of the leading nations in this century and we will be partners and that's why I am here today," he said.

Britain wants to be India's partner of choice, the visiting premier said, adding the two countries have a lot in common such as history, language, culture.

"You are the largest democracy in the world, and we are the oldest," he said.

He also said both India and Britain face the extraordinary challenge of fighting terrorism.


http://m.timesofindia.com/india/Bri...ationship-with-India/articleshow/18557114.cms
 
#2
We don't wonder, we know you shit in the streets.

Cock.
 
#5
Would that be one of those Indian special relationships where someone rams an iron bar up your arse on the bus and leaves you to bleed to death?
 
#6
Standby for a relaxation of the work visa rules for students. Wolverhampton pol..Sorry Uni has seen a 70% drop in students coming from India apparently due to the fact they cannot stay after the course has ended and work to pay off the debts they have accrued.
Also All is not well with the deal with France for Rafale fighters, though that may be Indian bargaining tactics. It took us ages to sell them a few Hawks.
 
#7
I knew one of these Indian Twxxs would be along to educate us as if we don't have a news media to tell us where our prime minister is. They just can't keep away.
One of the main thrusts of the PM's visit is to get India to bring is rules on foreign investment at least into the twentieth century.
Now bugger off and play on an Indian site unless you can tell us how Pashtun Nationalis seduces his goats.
 
#9
Another special relationship, so having been sacked off by the US of A we are now grubbing a Chicken Tikka with those coves we looted and pillaged for centuries.
 
#10
What is your point?

You are the largest user of the Lee Enfield and we have the most spares.

You have some of the worst sanitation and hygiene whilst we have the best.

We have one of the highest standard of education facilities in the world and your piss poor facilities coupled with a high number of ill educated children need educating.

You need us too, we just need to stop giving you shit for free now you are so ****ing prosperous on the back of the Great Britain.

So man up and repay your debts pay your education with royalties instead of bludging off us you ****ing parasites.
 
#12
If we start to count the debts, we'd have to start from 1750 and the British loot of India
And you can pay us compounded interest on the roads, railways, post & telecommunications, sanitation works, public buildings, judiciary, education & health establishments, public safety, law & order, the aqueducts, gin & tonic....

Oh, and what do you mean by "India"? India, Pakistan East & West are all British creations, so say thanks for having someone else create a modern democratic nation state for you....


Please accept Mr Cameron as a national gift from us to you. He is pink and shiny, and will sit in a corner apologising for whatever imagined slight you can come up with...
 
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If we start to count the debts, we'd have to start from 1750 and the British loot of India
Can we have our: roads, sea ports, railways, language, legal system, democratic system of government, schools, universities and a slack handfull of mongooses back?
 
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Will Cameron be visiting the Indian Defence Academy of Silly Walks?


[video=youtube;6ImfIoX6zTM]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ImfIoX6zTM[/video]
 
#18
The Indians already have a Special Relationship - it is with the USA. The Indian middle-classes look to the US as the land of opportunity, not to the UK. And the Americans can absorb as many university students as the Indians are prepared to send them.
 
#19
And he is seeking Indian investment in Britain!! Holy Cow! People here think India has no money but the Brit PM sees a lot of money in India!!

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MUMBAI: Out to woo Indian businesses and students, British Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday announced his country would introduce same-day visa services for investors and said there would be no limit on the number of students from here studying there.

"We have the biggest visa operations anywhere else in the world right here in India. I announce that we are going to introduce for businesses a same-day visa service to those who want to come to our country and invest ..." Cameron told India Inc at Hotel Taj, the country's hospitality icon.

On the issue of Indian students in Britain, he said there is "no limit" on the number of Indian students who can come and study in universities there and also no cap on the length of time they can stay and work in graduate-level jobs after they qualified.

Cameron, who is accompanied by the largest-ever trade delegation, also said India should continue to reduce trade barriers to create better opportunities for British companies.

"Britain is looking to take down the (trade) barriers ... we want the Indian government to continue to open up trade barriers and make it easier to do business here ... We have to make sure that just as we welcome Indian investments into Britain, it is easier for British companies like banking, retail etc to invest in this vibrant and fast growing economy," he said.

The British premier also said there are great opportunities for Indian companies to invest in Britain.

"When I see Indian investment into Britian, I only see hope ... investment like Jaguar and Land Rover, which is a massive international success story ... We welcome that sort of investments," Cameron said, adding his country seeks to be the most investor-friendly market.

On his second state visit to the country in under three years, Cameron also called for the need to forge greater partnership with India as the British economy is starting to recover from recession.

"The time to forge partnership is now as the British economy has started to recover from difficulties of last two years and the Indian economy powers ahead (to become) one of the great powers," he said.

http://m.timesofindia.com/india/Sam...udents-UK-PM-Cameron/articleshow/18558565.cms
 
#20
And he is seeking Indian investment in Britain!! Holy Cow! People here think India has no money but the Brit PM sees a lot of money in India!!
It's just zzzzzz zzzzzzzzzzzzzz zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

sorry, the drone of your inane posting makes me fall asleep.
 
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