University challenge: Forging fresh UK-India education bonds Charanjit Singh
by AMARJIT SINGH INDIA’S love of a higher education in the UK spans centuries. After all, the ties of shared history, culture and language bind us together, making a compelling case for the Indian student to consider Britain as a natural home for their university education. The father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi; the first prime minister of independent India, Jawaharlal Nehru; and subsequent prime ministers, including Indira Gandhi and Dr Manmohan Singh, show the natural progression from university to leadership. If we want proof of business prowess, there is Dorabji Tata, of the Tata Group, and Anil Ambani, chairman…
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