Britain has been urging India to abandon its historic lack of interest in what is formally called the Commonwealth of Nations and help revitalise the grouping.
A significant lesson for Britain as it prepares to leave the EU is that it cannot run a strict visa regime and at the same time expect open doors for goods and services.
The successful sale underlines one of the key points about the South Asian modern art market: works generally do best if they have a strong provenance and are new to the market.
Hopefully, in future, the critics will be more constructive and open to debate than the crowd that failed to shut down JLF SouthBank last weekend.
India’s MNCs must learn to take it slowly in small bites and avoid being swept along by a desire for size rather than precise business logic.
Sometimes it appears that the Narendra Modi government does not want to succeed with its economic policies
Auctions of Indian art have become a year-round affair, but the outcomes depend on good works and enough high-spending buyers