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For more analysis on UK Prime Minister Cameron's visit to India, we're joined by our current affairs commentator Professor Xie Tao. Welcome, Professor Xie.
Q1: Britain is trying to increase its military trade with India, which traditionally buys most of its weaponry from Israel, the United States and Russia. And it will allow the export of civil nuclear technology and expertise to India for the first time. Why is this the case?
Q2: As Indians are currently Britain's single largest ethnic group, many say that greater ties with India will play well abroad and at home for Cameron. What's your take?
India has signed a 1.1 billion U.S. dollar deal with Britain to procure 57 Hawk trainer jet planes from BAE Systems. <Full story>