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PTI
London, March 19, 2017
NRI businessmen Hindujas have retained their position as the richest Asians in the UK in 2017 with an estimated wealth of 19 billion pounds, an increase of 2.5 billion pounds over last year, according to an annual ranking of the richest Asians in Britain.


PTI
London, March 19, 2016
The Hinduja brothers have emerged as the richest Asian-origin entrepreneurs in Britain for the fourth consecutive year with an estimated personal fortune of 16.5 billion pounds.


H S Rao
London, March 2, 2016
The Hinduja Group has formally acquired the 1,100-room Old War Office building in central London, once occupied by Britain's war-time prime minister Winston Churchill.


H S Rao
London, December 13, 2014
The heritage building at 57, Whitehall, close to the British Parliament, covers 580,000 sq feet spread over 7 floors connected by more than three km of corridors.


IANS
New Delhi, August 26, 2014
\"Britain should seize the opportunity of Narendra Modi's new leadership to make a practical demonstration of its support,\" Hinduja said at the backdrop of British Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg's visit to India.


PTI
Greater Noida, February 6, 2014
\"We are looking for various opportunities. Recession is the time when you can break opportunities to invest,\" Hinduja Group India Chairman A P Hinduja told reporters on the sidelines of Auto India at Greater Noida.


PTI
London, November 24, 2011
Lakshmi Mittal, the NRI steel tycoon with a fortune estimated at 15.5 billion pounds, is the most powerful Asian in Britain.


N. Madhavan
September 4, 2008
Truck market's distant No.2, Ashok Leyland is aiming for a larger share not just in India but also abroad. Problem: there are newer global rivals and tougher market conditions to negotiate. R. Seshasayee, MD, says that speed is the essence and all employees have been made to realise its importance. N.Madhavan reports.


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