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The number of Indian students going to the UK for higher studies has seen a dramatic drop, it has fallen by 50% in the past four years.
Manchester United has reported a 39.3% increase in overall July-to-September revenue to £123.6m.
Why India is increasing its UK investments
Defence giant BAE Systems is to cut up to 371 jobs as the firm slows production of its Typhoon jet fighters.
As India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits the UK, here is a guide to the trade and investment links between India and the UK.
Ahead of the Indian Prime Minister's visit, the High Commissioner tells the BBC that to encourage investment, Indian businesses should be allowed to bring in the skilled staff they need.
One of Australia's biggest lenders, ANZ, is compensating 200,000 customers A$13m ($9.3m; £6.1m) after it failed to apply bonus payments to some saver accounts.
Shares in Asia mostly lacklustre on Thursday as investors continued to worry about a possible rate rise in the US and an ongoing slowdown in China.
Dubai is getting bigger, brasher and louder
Does being difficult get you to the top?
Property will become "even more unaffordable" over the next five years creating a critical need for a house building programme, surveyors say.
There are fears hundreds of tax office jobs across Wales could be at risk ahead of an announcement by Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs on Thursday.
US department store firm Macy's has said it is cutting its profit outlook for the year after a drop in sales in the third quarter.
Unemployment in the UK falls to a seven-year low of 5.3% in the three months to September, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) confirms.