Forces behind Pulwama attack will pay heavy price: PM Modi

In a hard-hitting speech, prime minister Narendra Modi said the 'blood of the people is boiling' and forces behind the act of terrorism will be definitely be punished. Warning that Pakistan cannot weaken India by orchestrating attacks such as the one on CRPF jawans in Pulwama, Modi said that those responsible will pay "a very heavy price" and security forces have been given a free hand to deal with terrorists.

Forces behind Pulwama attack will pay heavy price: PM Modi

In a hard-hitting speech, prime minister Narendra Modi said the 'blood of the people is boiling' and forces behind the act of terrorism will be definitely be punished. Warning that Pakistan cannot weaken India by orchestrating attacks such as...

British PM Theresa May has no intention of extending EU negotiations

Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay has downplayed the possibility of Prime Minister Theresa May seeking an extension to the negotiation period with the bloc in order to avoid a no-deal Brexit. Responding to questions on the BBC's flagship radio...

RIL may sell Jio infra assets to reduce debt

According to reliable sources, Brookfield Asset Management, one of the world’s top infrastructure and private equity investors, is in talks to buy controlling shares in Reliance Jio’s telecom towers and fibre assets valued at over $15 billion

Vodafone-Idea reports highest quarterly loss of £500.5 mn

Following stiff competition from Reliance Jio, Vodafone-Idea – India's largest telecom company - reported second-successive quarter of losses, despite working out business synergies and cost optimisation after their merger in August last year

Sindhu signs megha sponsorship deal worth £5 mn

Olympic and World Championship silver medalist P V Sindhu has signed a record sports sponsorship deal in the tune of £5 million with Chinese sports brand Li Ning

Indian team likely to travel to Pak for Davis Cup tie

India’s Davis Cup team, which has been drawn to play an away Asia-Oceania Zone Group 1 tie against Pakistan in mid-September, will in all likelihood be allowed to travel to the neighbouring nation by the Indian authorities, sources said

Leading Lights with Rani Singh

Leading Lights with Rani Singh : Navin Singh Khadka

  • 14 Feb 2019

The British media is still a place with few South Asians in powerful positions, but some plough their furrow and break through by working hard across different topics and by expanding their skill-base. 

One to One with Keith Vaz MP

One to One with Keith Vaz : Tom Hendryk

  • 14 Feb 2019

Tom Hendryk was born in Evington, Leicester and was a member of St Paul's Roman Catholic School where he found his love for performing. 

Salman set to play detective in remake of Korean hit 'Veteran'

Salman Khan has been in the industry for almost three decades donning different genres and now, the 53 year old is set to play a detective in a Bollywood remake of Korean hit 'Veteran'.

AR Rahman's new post features an interesting hashtag

Oscar-winning music composer AR Rahman was recently criticised for allegedly “forcing” his daughter Khatija to wear a niqaab at an event.

Dr Amit Patel: the Enlightened Leading the Blind

Amit Patel, a medical doctor, lost his vision at the professionally ripe age of 32, but now works to enlighten the public about what life is like when you have a sight impairment. He recently made headlines when the camera he had fitted around...

Subhash Thakrar: Keeping Business Booming

Chartered accountant, and business magnate, Thakrar, is truly a guardian of British-Asian entrepreneurship.



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