The Indian government has indicated that it may soon make a decision on whether British law firms will be allowed to practice in India, according to local press reports on talks between top government officials and legal authorities in India and the U.K. (Hat Tip: WSJ Law Blog.)

A Hindustan Times report published Tuesday stated that Salman Khurshid, India’s Minister of Law and Justice, had a productive meeting with U.K. Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State Kenneth Clarke.

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